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Rr tag closing report

RR-TAG Closing Report

Authors:

Date: March, 2013

Notice:This document has been prepared to assist IEEE 802.18. It is offered as a basis for discussion and is not binding on the contributing individual(s) or organization(s). The material in this document is subject to change in form and content after further study. The contributor(s) reserve(s) the right to add, amend or withdraw material contained herein.

Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC


Overview

Overview

  • This document reports on the regulatory matters considered and outputs from the March, 2013 meeting.

  • Specific documents/actions were approved by the RR-TAG in response to the regulatory proceedings reviewed and inputs from various WGs.

  • The RR-TAG is input driven. The attendance varies depending on the topics & documents being considered. At this particular meeting we approved five documents, two of which were actually letters from IEEE 802.16 to various other forums.

  • As was begun at the September meetings final approval of documents were held on Thursdays during AM1 and AM2. Some find that we still need the afternoon sessions to complete our work in a more thorough manner.

  • Partly as a result of the reduced time 802.18 approved holding a conference call on April 19th to complete comments on FCC docket 13-49, on 5GHz U-NII and Part 15 rules.

Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC


Fcc and itu r items approved in march

FCC and ITU-R Items Approved in March

  • The RR-TAG approved and then submitted to the EC for their approval two 802.16 inputs which included US FCC addresses

    • 18-13/0036r0, to the IETF, with cc: to the Broadband Forum and the FCC. This was a letter to update the FCC on activities of this project. It seems that three IETF members are also members of the FCC Staff and are involved and working with the IETF hence the FCC is copied here.

    • 18-12/0037r1, to the Broadband Forum in response to a liaison from them dated March 8ththat dealt with performance, measurements and architecture. Much like Doc. 18-13/0036 the Broadband Forum also has FCC staff participation so the FCC was “cc” on this contribution.

Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC


Itu r items considered in march

ITU-R Items Considered in March

  • The RR-TAG approved and submitted for EC approval three contributions to the ITU-R.

    • 18-13/0034r01, a further update from IEEE 802.16 to ITU-R WP5D regarding Recommendation ITU-R M.1457.

    • 18-13/0035r02, a further update of the Wireless Man RIT contained in Recommendation ITU-R M.2012 for meeting y2. This is a part of the continuing updates from IIEEE 802.16 to ITU-R WP 5D.

    • 18-13/0038r03, a contribution to ITU-R WP5A on the possible expansion of the 5 GHz wireless expansion in ITU-R.

      All five of these documents are available on IEEE 802.18’s Mentor Web Site.

Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC


Rr tag items for may

RR-TAG Items for May:

  • Further responses to ITU-R on Question ITU-R 236/1 for WP1A’s meeting in June, 2013. .

    • Contributions must be received by May 28th

    • It is recommended that the IEEE 802 contributions be completed by end of the March, 2013 Plenary.

  • Consideration of any other contributions to the revision of Recommendation ITU-R M.1450

  • Further contributions to ITU-R, FCC, especially as regards white spaces and licensed use by Progeny and others of the 902 – 928 MHz frequency band and to other regulatory bodies as needed.

  • Don’t forget that for the most part you can maintain your voting rights in your home group when you participate in the RR-TAG (and, of course, log your attendance correctly!).

Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC


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