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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) Submission Title: [PC Meeting Minutes Sept03] Date Submitted: [Sept. 16, 2003] Source: [Glyn Roberts] Company: [STMicroelectronics, Inc] Address: [1060 East Brokaw Road, San Jose, CA 95131]

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Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs)

Submission Title: [PC Meeting Minutes Sept03]

Date Submitted: [Sept. 16, 2003]

Source: [Glyn Roberts] Company: [STMicroelectronics, Inc]

Address: [1060 East Brokaw Road, San Jose, CA 95131]

Voice:[1-408-806-8772], FAX: [1-408452-0278], E-Mail:[glyn.roberts@st.com]

Re: []

Abstract: [WG15 PC Meeting Minutes for September 2003]

Purpose: [Inform WG PC activities in Sept 03 meeting]

Notice: This document has been prepared to assist the IEEE P802.15. 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.

Release: The contributor acknowledges and accepts that this contribution becomes the property of IEEE and may be made publicly available by P802.15.

publicity committee 802 11 15
Publicity Committee 802.11/.15

Glyn Roberts, PC Chair 802.15

Brian Mathews, PC Chair 802.11

meeting summary
Meeting Summary
  • Reports from industry trade groups
    • WiFi Alliance – Bill Carney
    • WiMedia Alliance - Glyn Roberts
    • SG15.1a/BT SIG – Tom Siep
  • Review 802.11h and 802.15.1a press release text
  • Open discussion of external communication issues
  • Discuss Singapore seminars
industry reports
Industry Reports
  • Bluetooth SIG/15.1Rev.a update:
    • V1.1 + incorporation of: bug fixes, updates & IEEE Inputs
    • Schedule: first Letter Ballot: Nov 03, Sponsor Ballot: May 04
  • WiMedia Alliance:
    • Definition in process of a certifiable “common platform” suitable for WiMedia application profiles and third party entities (possible examples: Wireless USB, Wireless 1394 and Digital Home)
    • Next face-to-face in San Francisco, October 14 - 16
  • WiFi Alliance update:
    • 213 Members, 24 since there last face-to-face
    • 881 products certified, 1000 likely by end of October
    • 93% b, 2% a, 3% a+b, 2% b+WPA, <1% g (but growing fast)
    • Next member meeting: New Orleans, Dec 8 to 11
press release discussions
Press release discussions
  • 11h, (Spectrum Managed 802.11a) Brian to see Carl Stewart re. FCC requiring DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection).
  • 1a release will be drafted by T. Siep and G. Roberts
  • Questions raised if IEEE should make a press release to clarify the relationship between IEEE and FCC. This responds to some confusion created by 15.3a members contacting FCC, not the IEEE. This could take some heat off FCC and IEEE.
external communications
External communications
  • Discussion of possible branding of the Working Group &/or Task Group activities. Goal would be to more clearly communicate the difference between WiFi and 802.11, or between WPA and 802.11i as examples. Possibly just better articulation of the different groups' activities on the 802.11 homepage ala the .15 tutorial.
  • Question was asked if there is any plan to issue a release in response to the Chinese government announcement about WAPI (instead of WEP). Wi-Fi has assigned a central point to coordinate any response. There are currently no plans for an IEEE 802.11 response.
seminars
Seminars
  • Tuesday night Singapore IME/12R seminar on UWB
  • SITF Standards: Friday noon
  • 12R/IDA event: Saturday morning