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  1. RR-TAG Opening Report Authors: Date: November 12, 2012 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

  2. Overview • This document reports on the regulatory matters considered and outputs from the November, 2012and January, 2013meetings. • 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. E.g. one session in Atlanta had 25 people from different WGs helping draft an output. • As was begun at the September meetings final approval of documents will be done on Thursdays during AM1 and AM2. Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC

  3. FCC Items Considered in November • The RR-TAG approved and then submitted to the EC for their approval two inputs to theUS FCC in November • 18-12/117r1, Draft request to FCC for a Public Notice requesting comments to Progency M-LMS testing. This was a letter to update the FCC on activities of this project. The letter is available in final form on the FCC web site. • 18-12/114r2, Draft comments to FCC Wireless Microphone Refresh Proceeding. These comments are available in final form on the FCC web site. • The RR-TAG began work on documents 18-12-0109r1, comments in response to the FCC regarding the TV Band Auction NPRM. After considerable discussion in 802.18 it became apparent that an agreement could not be reached at that time and it was decided to convene conference calls to progress the response. • Conference callas were held on December 3rd and December 6th. • At that time it was possible to complete the comments which were then approved by 802.18 and subsequently by a 10 day EC ballot and filed with the FCC. These commends are available in their final form on the FCC web site. Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC

  4. ITU-R Items Considered in November • The RR-TAG approved and submitted for EC approval two contributions to the ITU-R. • 18-12/116r0, Report to External Organizations on P802.16.3 Progress. Note: While this document was not addressed to the ITU-R it was considered at the same time that the other IEEE 802.16 contribution for ITU-R was. It was not totally clear at that time if this letter would be sent to the ITU-R WP5D or not, and it was not. • 18-12/118r1, Draft LS to WP 5D: Comments on Working Doc toward a PDNR on the use of IMT for broadband PPDR. • Both contributions were submitted and presented by the 802.18 chair at the Janaury, 2013 meeting of WP5D in Geneva. • The only WGs involved with these liaisons was IEEE 802802.16. Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC

  5. FCC Items Considered in Janaury • The RR-TAG approved and then submitted to the EC for their approval two inputs to theUS FCC in November • 18-12/117r1, Draft request to FCC for a Public Notice requesting comments to Progency M-LMS testing. This was a letter to update the FCC on activities of this project. The letter is available in final form on the FCC web site. • 18-12/114r2, Draft comments to FCC Wireless Microphone Refresh Proceeding. These comments are available in final form on the FCC web site. • The RR-TAG began work on documents 18-12-0109r1, comments in response to the FCC regarding the TV Band Auction NPRM. After considerable discussion in 802.18 it became apparent that an agreement could not be reached at that time and it was decided to convene conference calls to progress the response. • Conference callas were held on December 3rd and December 6th. • At that time it was possible to complete the comments which were then approved by 802.18 and subsequently by a 10 day EC ballot and filed with the FCC. These commends are available in their final form on the FCC web site. Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC

  6. FCC Items Considered in Janaury • The RR-TAG approved and then submitted to the EC for their approval or review three items for theUS FCC in January • 18-12/117r1, Draft request to FCC for a Public Notice requesting comments to Progency M-LMS testing. This was a letter to update the FCC on activities of this project. The letter is available in final form on the FCC web site. • 18-12/114r2, Draft comments to FCC Wireless Microphone Refresh Proceeding. These comments are available in final form on the FCC web site. • 18-13/03r1 Report to External Organizations (the FCC, IETF, the Broadband Forum, and other relevant organizations) on P802.16.3 Progress • The RR-TAG began work on documents 18-12-0109r1, comments in response to the FCC regarding the TV Band Auction NPRM. After considerable discussion in 802.18 it became apparent that an agreement could not be reached at that time and it was decided to convene conference calls to progress the response. • Conference callas were held on December 3rd and December 6th, at which time it was possible to complete the comments which were then approved by 802.18 and subsequently by a 10 day EC ballot and filed with the FCC. Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC

  7. ITU-R Items Considered in January • The RR-TAG approved and submitted for EC 5 day review one contributions from IEEE 802.16 to the ITU-R. This documents had been previously approved by the EC at the November, 2012 Plenary and simple improvements made since then.. • 18-12/118r3 LS to WP 5D: Comments on Working Doc toward a PDNR on the use of IMT for broadband PPDR. • This document was presented by the IEEE-SA Liaison to the January/February meeting of ITU-R WP5D which deals with IMT and IMT-Advanced. Much of the material contained in it was included in the ongoing PPDR work in WP5D. Michael Lynch, MJ Lynch & Associates LLC

  8. RR-TAG Items for March: • 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. • The RR-TAG agenda can be found on the RR-TAG’s Mentor web site as Document 18-13-0013-08. • 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