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802.11 Review of July 2012 Proposed Pars. Authors:. Date: 2012-07-16. Abstract. This slide contains the review of the PARS that were under consideration for the 2012 July Plenary in San Diego . The response to the comments are added in the slide after the respective comment.

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802 11 review of july 2012 proposed pars

802.11 Review of July 2012 Proposed Pars

Authors:

Date: 2012-07-16

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Abstract

Abstract

This slide contains the review of the PARS that were under consideration for the 2012 July Plenary in San Diego.

The response to the comments are added in the slide after the respective comment.

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Pars under consideration july 15 20 2012 san diego ca usa

PARs under consideration July 15-20, 2012, San Diego, CA USA

  • 802.16q, amendment for multi-tier networks, PAR and 5C

  • 802.16.3, new standard for mobile broadband network performance measurements, PAR and 5C

  • 802.3bm, amendment for 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s Operation Over Fiber Optic Cables, PAR and 5C

  • 802.3bn,  amendment for Ethernet Passive Optical Networks Protocol over Coax Networks, PAR and 5C

  • 802.11aj, amendment for Enhancements for Very High Throughput to support one or more of the Chinese 40-50 GHz and 59-64 GHz frequency bands, PAR and 5C

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


1 802 16q amendment for multi tier networks par and 5c

1. 802.16q, amendment for multi-tier networks, PAR and 5C

  • In 8.1 an item number is required when adding an extra explanation : “(Item number and Explanation)”

  • The statement is not really an Explanation of any item, but rather a statement of an additional requirement that could be part of the Scope of the project statement. This may also be addressed in the 5C similar to how 802.16 responded in that case about conformance in 802.16.3.

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Response from 802 16q

Response from 802.16q

In 8.1 an item number is required when adding an extra explanation : “(Item number and Explanation)”

  • Item numbers have been added to the Explanations in the Explanatory Notes section. The new text is as follows:

  • "[5.5] The 'variety of overlaid smaller cells' includes micro cells, pico cells, and femto cells.

  • [5.2.b] A 'multi-tier network' is a wireless Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) comprised of macro cells, micro cells, pico cells, and femto cells, typically controlled by the same operator.

  • [5.2.b] The enhancements specified by this amendment are limited to licensed-band operation."

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Response from 802 16q cont

Response from 802.16q (cont)

• The statement is not really an Explanation of any item, but rather a statement of an additional requirement that could be part of the Scope of the project statement. This may also be addressed in the 5C similar to how 802.16 responded in that case about conformance in 802.16.3.

  • The following sentence has been removed from Section 8.1 of the PAR Document and appended to Section 5.2.b of the PAR Document:

  • "This amendment shall comply with IEEE Std 802, IEEE Std 802.1D, and IEEE Std 802.1Q."

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


802 11 review of july 2012 proposed pars

2. 802.16.3, new standard for mobile broadband network performance measurements, PAR and 5C “Mobile Broadband Network Performance Measurements”

  • 4.2 or 4.3 may have an incorrect date – general rule of thumb is that it takes about 6 months for the fastest start of Sponsor Ballot to submittal to RevCom...

  • Spell out first use of acronyms in 8.1 – IETF, ITU-T, lmap…

  • In 5C -3 please add the “(a)” and “(b)” to indicate the response to the specific questions (similar to what was done in 16q).

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Response from 802 16 3

Response from 802.16.3

  • Agreed

  • Agreed

  • Agreed

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


3 802 3bm amendment for 40 gb s and 100 gb s operation over fiber optic cables par and 5c

3. 802.3bm, amendment for 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s Operation Over Fiber Optic Cables, PAR and 5C

  • The 5C that was used is not the currently approved set of 5Cs that are required by 802 EC OM (see 11.5.2). Please update and respond accordingly.

  • The title of the PAR and the 5C is different… The 5C document does not reference the PAR. Some note to tie the two together should be made.

  • In response to page 11 of the 5C document:

You’re Welcome!!

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Response from 802 3bm

Response from 802.3bm

  • The 5C that was used is not the currently approved set of 5Cs that are required by 802 EC OM (see 11.5.2).

    • Accepted. Please see the attached 5C document. PG6, and all questions updated per latest 802 EC OM requirements.

  • The title of the PAR and the 5C is different… The 5C document does not reference the PAR. Some note to tie the two together should be made.

    • Accepted. Please see the attached 5C document. PG4

  • In response to page 11 of the 5C document:

    • Thank you again. :);)

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


4 802 3bn amendment for ethernet passive optical networks protocol over coax networks par and 5c

4.802.3bn,  amendment for Ethernet Passive Optical Networks Protocol over Coax Networks, PAR and 5C

  • 8.1 please add an item number reference for the statement for which the acronym definition is being given.

  • The title in the 5C seemed a bit different than the PAR title. Should it be Coax or Coax Networks?

  • The 5c does not actually reference the PAR.

  • In the 5C – Economic Feasibility:

    • What is OLT and CNU?

  • The 5C that was used is not the currently approved set of 5Cs that are required by 802 EC OM (see 11.5.2). Please update and respond accordingly.

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Response from 802 bn

Response from 802.bn

  • Delete the current explanatory note under 8.1

  • Delete the last word (Networks) from the PAR title.

  • Expand acronyms OLT and CNU in the Economic Feasibility

  • response

  • Use the Compatibility criterion as recorded in 802 EC OM 11.5.2, and add the following statement to the response:

    • – The PAR for P802.3bn mandates that the amendment shall comply with IEEE Std 802, IEEE Std 802.1D, and IEEE Std 802.1Q.

  • Add a statement to the PAR, under 8.1 Additional Explanatory Notes:

    • – Item 5.2.b: The amendment will comply with IEEE Std 802, IEEE Std 802.1D, and IEEE Std 802.1Q.

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


802 11 review of july 2012 proposed pars

5.802.11aj, amendment for Enhancements for Very High Throughput to support one or more of the Chinese 40-50 GHz and 59-64 GHz frequency bands, PAR and 5C

  • PAR Group did not take formal action on this PAR and 5c.

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


Response by 802 11 to other wg feedback

Response by 802.11 to other WG Feedback

  • 802.11 made changes to the PAR and 5Cs in response to that feedback:

  • Here is the PAR (on the correct "New" PAR form):

  • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/12/11-12-0948-00-cmmw-ieee-802-11-cmmw-sg-par-in-nescom-form.pdf

  • Here is the updated 5C (correcting to the 5C in the currently approved OM):

  • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/12/11-12-0141-07-cmmw-ieee-802-11-cmww-sg-5c.doc

  • Here is 802.11 response to the feedback received:

  • https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/dcn/12/11-12-0937-03-cmmw-the-comments-on-802-11aj-par-and-5c.ppt

Jon Rosdahl (CSR)


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