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IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks. TG1 Working Agenda 8Nov99 to 12Nov99 Hyatt Regency Kaua'i, 1571 Poipu Road Koloa, HI USA. Contents. Kaua’i Objectives TG1 Motions Motion #1 - Vice Chair WG Motions Motion #2 - LB #1 Commencement
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IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks TG1 Working Agenda 8Nov99 to 12Nov99 Hyatt Regency Kaua'i, 1571 Poipu Road Koloa, HI USA Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Contents • Kaua’i Objectives • TG1 Motions • Motion #1 - Vice Chair • WG Motions • Motion #2 - LB #1 Commencement • Motion #3 - Electronic or empower Tel-Aviv for Comment Resolution • Motion #4 - OR Status for Bluetooth Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Kaua’i Objectives • 1. PROVIDE A MOTION TO SUBMIT THE DRAFT TO WG LETTER BALLOT #1 • 2. PROVIDE A MOTION TO REVIEW THE COMMENTS FROM WG LB #1 ON OR BEFORE 10-14JAN00 INTERIM • 3. PROVIDE AN UPDATE ON TG1 • 4. PROVIDE AN OVERVIEW OF THE IEEE DRAFT DERIVED FROM THE BLUETOOTH SPECIFICATION(S) <TUTORIAL #3 • 5. PROVIDE A MOTION TO WG TO INVOKE "OR" STATUS FOR BSIG, IF APPROVED FWD TO SEC AS A MOTION • 6. DRAFT TG1 OPERATING RULES AND PROVIDE A MOTION RESULT TO WG, WG APPROVAL • 7. PROVIDE A MOTION TO REPLACE PARVIZ KERMANI WITH CHATSCHIK BISDIKIAN Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks Motions Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
TG1 Vice Chair Motion 1: I move to replace Parviz Kermani with Chatschik Bisdikian as IEEE P802.15 TG1 Vice Chair. Forward to WG. Requires 50% (Procedural) Moved:Tom Siep Second:Mike McInnis All in Favor:16 All Opposed: 0 Abstaining: 0 Passed Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
1 Mr. Houman Alborzi voter 2 Mr. Dimitri Alexandrou voter 3 Mr. Simon Baatz (Simon) voter 4 Mr. Edul Batliwala (Edul) voter 5 Mr. Alan Bien (Alan) voter 6 Dr. Chatschik Bisdikian voter 7 Mr. Dave Carlson (Dave) voter 8 Mr. Harshal Chhaya (Harshal) voter 9 Mr. Wm. Caldwell Crosswy voter 10 Mr. William Cruz (Bill) voter 11 Mr. Richard Ditch (Rich) voter 12 Mr. Richard Eckard (Dick) voter 13 Mr. Kurt Fischer (Kurt) voter 14 Mr. Matthias Frank (Matthias) voter 15 Mr. Ian Gifford (Ian) voter 16 Ms. Nada Golmie (Nada) voter 17 Mr. Allen Heberling (Allen) voter 18 Mr. Robert Heile (Bob) voter 19 Mr. John Paul Jones (John) voter 20 Dr. Srinivas Kandala voter 21 Dr. Parviz Kermani (Parviz) voter 22 Mr. Stuart Kerry (Stuart) voter 23 Mr. Patrick Kinney (Pat) voter 24 Mr. Bruce P. Kraemer (Bruce) voter 25 Dr. Yunxin Li (Yunxin) voter 26 Mr. Daniel R. McGlynn voter 27 Mr. Michael D. McInnis (Mike) voter 28 Dr. Akira Miura (Akira) voter 29 Dr.Thomas Müller (Thomas) voter 30 Mr. Peter Murry (Peter) voter 31 Mr. Erwin R. Noble (Erwin) voter 32 Mr. Mike Paczonay (Mike) voter 33 Mr. Arto Palin (Arto) voter 34 Dr. Davis Pan (Davis) voter 35 Mr. Ivan Reede (Ivan) voter 36 Mr. Carlos A. Rios (Carlos) voter 37 Mr. Brian E. Roan (Brian) voter 38 Mr. Karlheinz Schwarz voter 39 Dr. Stephen J. Shellhammer voter 40 Mr. Thomas Siep (Tom) voter 41 Mr. Nick Stapleton (Nick) voter 42 Mr. Steve Torp (Steve) voter 43 Dr. Fujio Watanabe (Fujio) voter = Resignation prior to the LB #1 Start The Current P802.15 Working Group is comprised of 42 voting members: Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Draft Posted 4ov99, WG Voter’s need to review and understand: • Before a draft is submitted to WG letter ballot it shall in addition have met the following requirements: • It must be complete with no open technical issues. • It must be made available on the web site a week before the meeting before it is to be discussed. All changes made to the draft after the initial posting shall be presented for review during the closing plenary immediately prior to the vote for approval to go to WG ballot. • It must be formatted according to the IEEE style specified the WG templates • It must be approved for submittal to WG ballot at the 802.15 WG closing plenary. • For a WG letter ballot to be considered valid the abstention rate must be less than 30%. • When present, state diagrams shall take precedence over text. Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Santa Rosa - Vote on TG1 Draft Processing Motion: To empower the TG1 Chair and Vice Chair to release the Bluetooth submission on behalf of TG1 to the 802.15 WG and to make a motion to the 802.15 WG to submit the Draft to Letter Ballot. Already Approved Requires 75% Moved:Tom Siep Second:Chatschik Bisdikian All in Favor:16 All Opposed:1 Abstaining:0 Passed Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Santa Rosa - Motion Analysis • “To empower the TG1 Chair and Vice Chair to release the Bluetooth submission on behalf of TG1 to the 802.15 WG...” • Done. 4Nov99 • “...and to make a motion to the 802.15 WG to submit the Draft to Letter Ballot.” • Need to do. TG1 Recommends Wednesday, 10Nov99 during the Full WG Session. Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Pre Letter Ballot Analysis • 4Nov99 TG1 Posts Draft • Thursday 4Nov99 to Wednesday 10Nov99 (7 Days) • 10Nov99 LB #1 Motion To Commence • Wednesday 10Nov99 to Thursday 9Dec99 (30 Days) or • Thursday 11Nov99 to Friday 10Dec99 (30 Days) Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Post Letter Ballot Analysis • 10Dec99 LB #1 Motion Ends 11pm EST • Process and Consolidate Comments • Monday 13Dec99 to Thursday 16Dec99 (4 Days) • 17Dec99 Distribute LB #1 Voting Results and, if any, Comments • Comment Resolution? • 20-24Dec99?, 27-31Dec99?, 3-7Jan00? • 10-14Jan00 Interim Meeting in Tel-Aviv? • Recirculation LB? Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
LB #1 Motion 2: I move to submit the contents of document IEEE P802-15/D0.6 to Sponsor Ballot [default recirculation ballot]; Draft_0-6.zip, available via: http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/15/private/LB1/LB1.html Requires 50% (Procedural) Moved:? Second:? All in Favor: All Opposed: Abstaining: Passed or Failed? Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
LB #1 Interim Empowerment Motion 3: I move to empower the P802.15 to conduct LB #1 Comment Resolution during the Interim Meeting in 10-14Jan00 in Tel-Aviv, Israel Requires 50% (Procedural) Moved:? Second:? All in Favor: All Opposed: Abstaining: Passed or Failed? Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
What does the organizational representative (OR) membership category mean? • Participation in IEEE standards development traditionally was on an individual basis. In addition, a spokesperson for the consensus of an organization, committee, segment of industry, or similar group could participate. OR status indicates that the representative is acting for the organization and not as an individual. The term of an organizational representative is granted for the life of the project described in the Project Authorization Request (PAR) (including reballots), and the IEEE-SA Standards Board reserves the right to terminate this voting privilege. • Please note that individual companies are not considered organizations. The IEEE-SA has corporate/entity members who can participate in the standards process, including balloting on standards projects earmarked for corporate/entity balloting. Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.
Bluetooth IEEE-SA OR Status Motion 4: I move to approve the Bluetooth SIG IEEE-SA Organizational Representative (OR) and/or IEEE 802 WPAN Ballot Group membership request. Forward to SEC. Requires 50% (Procedural) Moved:? Second:? All in Favor: All Opposed: Abstaining: Passed or Failed? Ian Gifford, M/A-COM, Inc.