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C802.20-03/10. 802.20 Closing Slides. Mark Klerer – Jerry Upton Vice-Chairs. Requirements Correspondence Group Ground Rules. Drive towards a consensus correspondence group contribution for July Plenary Session

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    1. C802.20-03/10 802.20 Closing Slides Mark Klerer – Jerry Upton Vice-Chairs

    2. Requirements Correspondence Group Ground Rules • Drive towards a consensus correspondence group contribution for July Plenary Session • Build document from ground-up considering contributions from previous meetings and PAR and 5C • Participation open to everyone • Keeping multiple alternatives in text is OK • Correspondence group participants reserve the right to contribute separately • Contributors are expected to provide text that they would like included including a brief rationale of why they want the change • Correspondence Group Chair: Khurram Sheikh (Sprint) • E-mail list: stds-80220-requirements

    3. Channel Modeling and Traffic Correspondence Group Ground Rules • Drive towards a consensus correspondence group contribution for July Plenary Session with final model set by September Interim Session • July set to be based on channel types and traffic types as known at that time based on the work of the requirements correspondence group. • Participation open to everyone • Build document from ground-up considering contributions from previous meetings, PAR, 5C and requirements working group. • Keeping multiple alternatives in text is OK • Correspondence group participants reserve the right to contribute separately • Contributors are expected to provide text that they would like included including a brief rationale of why they want the change • Correspondence Group Chair: Glenn Golden (Flarion Technologies) • E-mail list: stds-80220-ch-models

    4. Evaluation Criteria Correspondence Group Ground Rules • Drive towards a consensus correspondence group contribution for September Interim Session • Work to be based on requirements as defined by the requirements correspondence group and utilize the channel models and traffic models specified by the channel modeling correspondence group. • Build document from ground-up considering contributions from previous two meetings and work of other correspondence groups. • Keeping multiple alternatives in text is OK • Correspondence group participants reserve the right to contribute separately • Contributors are expected to provide text that they would like included including a brief rationale of why they want the change • Correspondence Group Chair: Farooq Khan (Lucent) • E-mail list: stds-80220-eval-criteria

    5. Document Formats for used in 802.20 • PDF files are mandatory • Use light background and dark text • If possible, please convert files to PDF prior to submitting • Optionally PPT, DOC and ZIP files may also be provided. ZIP files shall contain only PPT, DOC or PDF files. • Contributions proposing draft text for inclusion in a standard shall provide that text in DOC format

    6. Document Numbering/Naming in 802.20(Interim Plan) • For the time being we retain the existing numbering system with the following enhancement: • A suffix will be added to: • distinguish between different file types of the same document • distinguish between a submitted document and an associated presentation • New document numbering/naming plan will be discussed in the context of the file naming conventions proposed for the electronic system being proposed by 802.11/.15 (See IEEE 802-03/11)