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Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11 Nov 2008 Closing Plenary Reports Authors: Name Adrian Stephens Submission Date: 2008-11-14 Company Intel Corporation Address Phone email +44 792 008 4900 (mobile) [email protected] Slide 1 Adrian Stephe

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This document is a digest of the closing reports of all 802.11 sub-groups for presentation at the November 2008 closing plenary meeting. Submission Slide 2 Adrian Stephe Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Editors Meeting (November) Date: 2008-11-11 Authors: Name Company Address Phone

email Peter Ecclesine Cisco Systems 170 W. Tasman Dr San Jose, CA 95134 +1 408 527 0815 [email protected] Submission Adrian Slide 3 Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1by Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract / Agenda

Roll Call / Contacts / Reflector Publication Work Plan Alignment Process to the new amendments (11w & 11n) Amendment Ordering / ANA Status / Draft Snapshots Lessons Learned Numbering of Annexes Baseline Text Dependencies Conference Calls Editorial Streamlining Projects Submission Slide 4 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November 802.11 Editors Present

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Roll Call P802.11n Amendment (HT) Adrian Stephens P802.11p Amendment (WAVE) Wayne Fisher P802.11s Amendment (MESH) P802.11u Amendment (IW) -- Necati Canpolat P802.11v Amendment (WNM) Emily Qi P802.11y Amendment (CBP) Peter Ecclesine P802.11w Amendment (SEC) Nancy Cam-Winget P802.11z Amendment (TDLS) Menzo Wentink, pro tem P802.11aa Amendment (VTS) Hang Liu 802.11 Editors Not Present P802.11T Recommended Practice (WPP) Tom Alexander Also present: Clint Chaplin, Jon Rosdahl, Bill Marshall

IEEE Staff present Michelle Turner staff editor for 802, [email protected] IEEE Staff not present and always welcome! Kim Breitfelder manager publishing, [email protected]? Michael Kipness our staff liaison, [email protected]? Note: editors request that an IEEE staff member should be present at least during Plenary meetings Submission Slide 5 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Volunteer Editor Contacts

TGn Adrian Stephens [email protected] TGp Wayne Fisher [email protected] TGs TGT Tom Alexander [email protected] TGu Necati Canpolat [email protected] TGv Emily Qi [email protected] TGw Nancy Cam-Winget [email protected] TGz Menzo Wentink [email protected] (permanent editor position open) TGmb Not yet determined TGaa Hang Liu [email protected] Editor Emeritus: TGk Joe Kwak [email protected] TGr Bill Marshall [email protected] TGy Peter Ecclesine [email protected] Submission Slide 6 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1

Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Reflector Updates Each editor is expected to be on the reflector and current. If you didnt receive the meeting notice from the reflector, please send email to [email protected] To be updated: None All present receiving reflector traffic No email address changes requested Submission Slide 7 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0

IEEE Publication Status IEEE 802.11-2007 published and for sale on IEEE web Published in June 2007 Combines all existing amendments and includes maintenance work by TGma Publications completed for 802.11k, 802.11r and 802.11y 11n has gone through Mandatory Editorial Coordination (08-1045) 11w has gone through Mandatory Editorial Coordination (08-????) Submission Slide 8 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Alignment Process for 802.11k/r/y The 08/0644r3 Numbering Spreadsheet has all changes from publication of 11k and 11r and 11y (and 11n D6.01) Submission

Slide 9 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Amendment & other ordering notes Editors define publication order independent of working group public timelines: Since official timeline is volatile and moves around Publication order helps provide stability in amendment numbering, figures, clauses and other numbering assignments Editors are committed to maintain a rational publication order Numbering spreadsheet 08/0644: Succeeding amendments to do their respective updates Must match the official timeline Submission Slide 10 Adrian from slide 8 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe

Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Publications: lessons learned When quoting baseline text inaccurately, the baseline text is changed whether or not the changes were marked. The IEEE staff will actually do the appropriate changes as if the task group had actually intended to change the baseline. Drafts can minimally quote baseline text to minimize such changes Should revisit the decision to include full context during insertion Full Annex titles have to be shown in the amendment; more importantly included normative vs. informative TGk inadvertently changed Annex A to be fully informative TGr battled to fix Annex A but caused ripples TGy 08-1215r1 has brief review of significant things changed for publication In editors operations manual and during balloting, should comment that Annexes should be fully titled with good reason to vote No in balloting Submission Slide 11 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 9 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008

November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Publications: lessons learned (contd) Acronym rules are inconsistent Styleguide doesnt include definitions Every document is treated as standalone, thus first acronym reference must be spelled out. Even though, other amendments or baseline may have defined and used the acronym earlier. Goal should be to have as few changes between the final balloted amendment and final published amendment. How do we deal with subjective decisions made by the IEEE copy editors as their styles vary? Booleans should be capitalized: TRUE and FALSE when set to Booleans should be lower case: is true and is false (raise the issue with Style Guide update) Submission Slide 12 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 10 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Publication Work Plan Note: to be included in the editors operations manual Here is the workflow we have used for a number of years with IEEE staff on publication of 802.11 publications: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Editors provide FRAME source and any freestanding graphics (Powerpoint, Visio. TIF) to staff at time of REVCOM submission. Editors provide a list of requests editorial corrections no later than REVCOM approval date. Staff prepares a publication draft and highlights changes they have made and questions they need addressed or confirmed. This draft is sent to Task Group Editor and the Working Group Technical Editor (me). This typically occurs about 2-3 weeks after approval for publication, since the preparation work is usually (but not always) begun ahead of approval. This is also typically the draft peer reviewed by IEEE staff. The Task Group Editor responds to all questions on domain specific questions, with copy to Working Group editor (me). This typically takes about 3-5 days. The Working Group Technical Editor reviews responses from the Task Group editor, completes any responses, and provides a list of WG officers and voting members valid for the document as of the opening day of the Sponsor ballot. This typically only takes one additional day from the prior step as most of the work is done in parallel by the two

editors. Final draft is submitted by the IEEE staff to Working Group Technical Editor and Task Group Editor for sign-off. Any changes from the responses or IEEE peer review are highlighted and explained. This typically takes only one or two days more after the responses are received from the editors. Task Group Editor gives final approval. No changes are expected. This usually occurs within 24 hours. Working Group Technical Editor signs off and provides draft to Working Group Chair. No changes are expected. This usually occurs within 24 hours and in parallel with the previous step. Working Group Chair sends email to sponsor and IEEE staff letting them know the Working Group has signed off on the publication process. Submission Slide 13 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 11 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Numbering of Annexes and Clauses Proposal: TGMb will fix the ordering of annexes Ample bad precedent set by 11k Bibliography should be the final annex per IEEE Standards Style Guide Clause numbering has similar issue during rollup TGn clause 3a, 11r clause 11a, 11y clause 11.9a

Submission Slide 14 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 12 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 ANA Announcements Current ANA announced to group is 802.11-08-0227r1. See https://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/file/08/11-08-0227-01-0000-ana-database-assigned-numbers.xls All new requests received by end of meeting will be uploaded and announced via 802.11 WG reflector No requests have been received directly from editors this week and acted on in preparation for publishing next version. Others as may arise before the editors conference call #1 will be included Procedure for ANA is contained in 07/0827r0. See http://mentor.ieee.org/802.11/public/07/11-07-0827-00-0000-assigned-number-authority-ana-mechanisms.ppt Editorial Guidance ANA assignments should be done at the time of moving from WG LB to Sponsor ballot. If a resource number is not in the ANA Database, please use in drafts!

Editors to replace any ANA controlled resources numbers with upon incorporation of material into drafts. Submission Slide 15 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 13 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November Amendment reordering was discussed by editors Nov 11 based on current timeline estimates and resulted announced herein. doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Amendment Ordering Data as of Nov 11 from 802.11 web. See http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm Amendment numbering is editorial! No need to make ballot comments on these dynamic numbers!

Amendment Number Task Group REVCOM Date 802.11 Amendment 1 TGk May 2008 (actual) 802.11 Amendment 2 TGr May 2008 (actual) 802.11 Amendment 3 TGy Sept 2008 (actual) 802.11 Amendment 4 TGw Dec 2009 802.11 Amendment 5

TGn Sept 2009 802.11 Amendment 6 TGz Sept 2009 802.11 Amendment 7 TGp June 2010 802.11 Amendment 8 (was 9) TGv Sept 2010 802.11 Amendment 9 (was 10) TGu Mar 2010 802.11 Amendment 10 (was 8) TGs

July 2010 802.11 Revision 802.11mb Mar 2011 802.11 Amendment 1 TGaa May 2011 802.11.2 TGT Dec 2009 (plan to withdraw) Submission Slide 16 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 14 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Email Your Draft Status Updates Each editor, please send update for next page via the editors reflector no later than Thursday am2 to update table on next page! Submission Slide 17 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 15 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November Draft Development Snapshot Changes from last report shown in red. T G 802.11 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Style Published or Draft Baseline Documents

k r y w n z p v Most current doc shaded green. u s mb aa Source MEC Guide Editor

Snapshot Date w 2007 2008 9.0 7.0 6.0 Frame 7.2 No 2007 Nancy CamWinget 15-July n 2007 13.0 9.0

10.0 6.0 5.03 Frame 7.2 No 2007 Adrian Stephens 15-July z 2007 13.0 9.0 11.0 6.0 5.0 1.1 Word

No 2007 Menzo Wentink 17-July p 2007 13.0 9.0 9.0 5.0 4.0 - 4.0 Frame 7.2 No

2007 Wayne Fisher 15-July v 2007 13.0 9.0 10.0 6.0 4.07 - 4.0 3.0 2.0 Frame 7.2 No 2007

Emily Qi 15-July u 2007 13.0 9.0 7.0 5.0 2.0 - - - 3.0 Frame 7.2 No 2007

Necati Canpolat 15-July s 2007 11.0 9.0 7.0 5.0 3.03 - 3.0 - 1.0 2.01 Frame 7.2 No

2007 Tony Maida 15-July m b - - - - - - - - - No draft yet Vacant 15-July

No draft yet Vacant xx Tom Alexander 20 -Mar - - 2.0 2.0 aa T (1.01) Submission - Frame 6 Slide 18

No 2007 Adrian Peter Ecclesine (Cisco Systems) from slide 16 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Editorial Streamlining Focus is on consistency across all TGs: Completed

Streamlined ANA processes 07/0827r0 Consistent format for REDLINE contributions across TGs 07/0788r0 Consistent process for editorial comment resolution across TGs (WG & Sponsor) 07/2050r0 Guideline for technical vs. editorial, sample editorial comment responses Format for comment reporting across TGs (WG & Sponsor) 07/1990r0 (tool in 07/2116r0) Stable numbering method (See 07/2810r0) Consistent naming of redlines (See 07/2810r0) Draft templates for FRAME (no Word) to help train new editors more rapidly Under Construction (in priority order) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Revise the editors guideline Mentoring program Request in future Plenary sessions Mondays 7:30pm Frame surgery MIB element numbering and compiling publish a rolled-up MIB of k/r/y Guideline on non-technical front matter Guideline describing expected editorial development and maturity of draft through stages in 802.11 for consistency across TGs 7. Guidelines for primitives Submission Slide 19 Adrian

Terry L Cole (self) from slide 17 of IEEE 802.11-08/1345r1 Stephe May 2007 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 WNG Closing Report, November Date: 2008-11-14 Authors: Name Address Company Phone Email Tk Tan 2121 Ringwood Ave, San Jose, CA 95131 GCT Semicondu ctor

+1-408-434-8028 [email protected] Submission Slide 20 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE P802.11-08/1405r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semiconductor Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract Closing Report for WNG Standing Committee (SC) for November 2008, Dallas, Texas USA. Submission Slide 21 Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE P802.11-08/1405r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semiconductor Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0

Tuesday I (cont) 11 November 2008, 08:00 10:00 Hitoshi Morioka 11-08-1337-00-0wng-broadband-access-for-high-speedtransportation.ppt Woong Cho 11-08-1273-01-0wng-hybrid-mac-for-vanet.ppt Alex Reznik 11-08-1259-00-0wng-security-of-wireless-networks-how-lowlayers-security-can-help.ppt Marc Emmelmann 11-08-1346-00-0wng-topology-discovery-and-coverage-areaapproximation-with-802-11k.ppt Peter Ecclesine 11-08-1254r1: "TV white space FCC action" Submission Slide 22 Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE P802.11-08/1405r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semiconductor Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 white space SG motion Request approval by IEEE 802 LMSC to form an 802 Study Group to review TV white space in the light of the

FCCs TV white space actions of November 4, 2008 , with the intent of creating a PAR and five criteria. Moved Ivan Reede Second Roger Durand Vote 47-7-23 WNG Motion Passes Submission Slide 23 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE P802.11-08/1405r0 by Tk Tan, GCT Semiconductor Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11 Arc Standing Committee Date: 2008-11-10 Authors: Name Company Address David Bagby Calypso Ventures, Inc.

2028 Arbor Ave. +1-650-637Belmont, CA 94002 7741 Submission Phone email [email protected] Slide 24 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract Agenda, working document and report for ARC SC, Nov 2008, Dallas Submission Slide 25 Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc.

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 IEEE P802.11 Architecture Committee Agenda, working document & report. Nov 2008 sessions. Submission Slide 26 Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Arc Agenda Nov 2008 Admin Attendance Policies Meeting goals Short recap of work from telecons Continue work on MAC block diagrams Future session planning

Submission Slide 27 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Attendance Reminder to attendees to sign in for .11 attendance credit Submission Slide 28 Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 IP policy A SC is covered by the WG IP policy announcements. Even though we dont have to read the policy to SC attendees, all attendees are reminded that the policies

are in effect and apply to SC sessions. Submission Slide 29 Adrian Stephe from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Arc SC Meeting Goals Short recap of Telecons since last session. Continuation of MAC block diagram work Submission Slide 30 Adrian Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Discussion Topic Ground Rules We are exploring Small group, open, honest dialog

Session is not oriented toward being a tutorial, Participation requires familiarity with 2007 contents. Submission Slide 31 Adrian Stephe from slide 8 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 MAC block diagram working documents Doc 08/949r3 Doc 08/1298r0 Submission Slide 32 Adrian Stephe from slide 9 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Session Summary

Reviewed work from telecons Updated working docs to reflect consensus resulting in doc revisions 08/949r4 08/1298r1 Laid out next steps for model refinements Continued MAC model discussion & refinement Submission Slide 33 Adrian Stephe from slide 10 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Planning for Jan Will have 2 conf calls before Jan sessions Tues, 13:00-14:00 ET 12/16 1/13 Next F2F session in Jan 2009 in los Angeles Submission Slide 34

Adrian Stephe from slide 11 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Relevant Documents 08/9494r4 updated historical record of diagrams as they have evolved 08/1298r1 MAC diagram working document. 08/1256r2 this report 08/1426r0 minutes for Nov Arc session Submission Slide 35 Adrian Stephe from slide 12 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Background material: Session notes Notes are points informally captured during SC discussions - they are not minutes.

Submission Slide 36 Adrian Stephe from slide 13 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Notes: Tues Am 1 How much complexity in diagrams considering the goals? Tentative Proposal: 5-7 blocks on a diagram page; 2 levels - 1 top, 1 of drill down; approx one page text per diagram page. Seemed a good 1st cut goal Dont want clause references to drive explanatory level of detail. 2007 vs. 1999 doc target shift implications We still agree 2007 is right target doc; diagrams to date are 1999 async data centric; more work to do for 2007. Submission Slide 37 Adrian Stephe from slide 14 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc.

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Notes Tues AM1 Scope of MAC arc doc functionality Probable 2 categories Included functionality Done and in doc Work still to be done in doc Ignored within doc Not felt to be important by SC participants for goals Generally considered obsolete Low ROI on effort required to include Submission Slide 38 Adrian Stephe from slide 15 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Notes Tues AM1 Driving message sequences A Subset of 1999 was initial set

Were items left out ok to continue to ignore? Or do we need to include some? Included to date: Basic async data slow Leaving out: PCF supplanted by TGe in 2007 Orig PHY related control stuff (FH, DS, IR phys, 1997 regulatory stuff). What of (Delta 2007-1999) needs to be added? Which big chucks of functionality? Driving sequences to use? Look ahead exercise (to be done later) Diagrams mostly ok for post 2007 active TG impacts? Submission Slide 39 Adrian Stephe from slide 16 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Notes Tues AM1 Misc to-do Enhance intro text in doc Purpose explanation

Useful framework to understand/discuss changes proposed by Task Groups Intro to overall mac functionality before dive into standard itself Submission Slide 40 Adrian Stephe from slide 17 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Thurs AM2 notes Driving sequences to try to get (2007-1999) impacts Probable useful order for exercise? Simple data missing ack Finish Data flows cases, missing ack cases Power saving impacts Security WEP TGi QOS sequences Queuing in common

One or both schedulers? EDCA 1st then HCCA TGh (management frame sequences => time bounds handled in what block(s)) PHY control (rf pwr etc) Submission Slide 41 Adrian Stephe from slide 18 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Thurs AM2 notes MIB variable mess Temporal relation of mib value change vs. action Control Internal interfaces External interfaces Submission Slide 42 Adrian Stephe from slide 19 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures,

Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Thurs AM2 notes Discussion: initial consideration of QOS addition to diagrams. Re QOS impacts where is logical queuing put for retry? Block 3 or 5? Many or one thing at a time from 3 to 5? Does 5 have any data store? Is there flow control between 3/5? What happens if we think of QOS as multiple instances of some part (maybe all) of the top level diagram? Is it a virtual STA? (collisions happen at the common medium). Prob less than the sta Partition by state for medium access? (where is that in current diagram?) Submission Slide 43 Adrian Stephe from slide 20 of IEEE 802.11-08/1256r1 by David Bagby, Calypso Ventures, Inc. Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0

November 2008 Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Affiliations Address Phone email Matthew Gast Trapeze Networks 5753 W. Las Positas Blvd, Pleasanton, CA 94588 USA +1 (925) 474-2273 [email protected] Submission Slide 44 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract Closing report for TGmb (Maintenance) for November 2008 plenary meeting in Dallas, Texas, USA. Submission Slide 45 Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Accomplishments Processed one interpretation request (#15) Approved revised PAR Closed call for comments as input into revision process on November 10 104 comments received 28 comments resolved Sub-groups formed to propose resolutions in January interim meeting Submission Slide 46

Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Interpretation Request #1 Request received from Johannes Berg : In 802.11-2007, section 11.7.1.2 ("Setup procedure at the AP") [for DLS] notes: "[...] Send DLS Response frame to the STA that sent the DLS Request frame with a result code of Not a STA, if the destination STA [...] Is this meant to say "[...] Send DLS Response frame to the STA that sent the DLS Request frame with a result code of Not QoS STA, if the destination STA [...] (note "Not QoS STA") Note: emphasis added Submission Slide 47 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Interpretation Response Designation Number: 15 Classification: Unambiguous Relevant Clauses: 11.7.1.2 Response: IEEE Std. 802.11-2007 contains a mapping of result codes from DLS setup primitives into status codes in Table 11-6. Table 11-6 contains the result codes NOT_ALLOWED, NOT_PRESENT, and NOT_QOS_STA. The status codes defined by IEEE Std. 802.11-2007 are found in Table 723, and use status code 50 for "The Destination STA is not a QoS STA. The standard provides no additional detail. The question of whether additional detail is needed will be forwarded to the 802.11 Working Group for consideration in the next revision of the P802.11 standard. Submission Slide 48 Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks Nov 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Teleconferences Weekly, 4 pm ET on Wednesdays Submission Slide 49 Adrian Stephe from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Objectives for January Find a volunteer as technical editor Prepare for March 2009 letter ballot Continue initial review Consider proposed resolutions and presentations to remaining comments Submission Slide 50 Adrian Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks Nov 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Documents Agenda: 11-08/1330r4 Minutes: 11-08/1363r0 Interpretation response: 11-08/1366r0 Current issues list: 11-08/1127r7 Motions: 11-08/1388r0 Submission Slide 51 Adrian Stephe from slide 8 of IEEE 802.11-08/1428r0 by Matthew Gast, Trapeze Networks November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGn Opening Report Dallas, TX, US 802 Plenary Date: 2008-11-14

Authors: Name Company Address Bruce Kraemer Marvell 5488 Marvell Lane, +1 (321) Santa Clara, CA, 95054 427-4098 Sheung Li SiBEAM Adrian Stephens Intel Corporation 15 JJ Thompson Submission 555 Mathilda Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085 Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 0FD, UK Phone

+1 (408) 245-3120 +1 (503) 616-3800 email [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] intel.com Slide 52 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGn Draft 7.0 Passed recirculation ballot with all 48 comments resolved or withdrawn and no changes to the draft Requesting recirculation ballot and conditional approval by EC for sponsor ballot Submission Slide 53

Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGn Recirculation Motion Having approved comment resolutions for all of the comments received from LB136 on P802.11n D7.0, Move to begin as soon as possible, a 15 day Working Group Recirculation Ballot asking the technical question Should P802.11n Draft 7.0 be forwarded to Sponsor Ballot? TG: 14 approve, 0 not approve, 0 abstain Submission Slide 54 Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGn Conditional Approval Move to approve document 11-08-1217r2 as the report to the 802 executive committee (EC) on the requirements for conditional approval to forward 802.11n to sponsor

ballot. TG: 17 approve, 1 not approve, 0 abstain Submission Slide 55 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Primary Dallas Meeting Documents LB Report for EC LB136 Comment Composite Meeting Report Editors Report Closing Report Meeting Minutes Submission 11-08-1217 r2

11-08-1208 r3 11-08-1297 r5 11-08-1246 r0 11-08-1252 r0 11-08-1251 r0 Slide 56 Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Nov 08 to Jan 09 TGn Teleconference Plan Call time: 11:00 13:00 ET Wednesday Blocking events Nov 12 Plenary Nov 19 Ballot Nov 26

Ballot Dec 03 Call number: 916-356-2663 Ad hoc group Meeting chair TGn Bruce Kraemer Bridge # Passcode Dec 10 Dec 17 Dec 24 Dec 31 Jan 07 Jan 14 Jan 21 Submission Interim Slide 57 Adrian Stephe

from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGn Timeline Best Prediction Event Name Accepted Dates Actual Currently Approved Accepted Initial Sponsor Ballot Nov 08 Jan 09 Recirculation Sponsor Ballot Jan 09 May 09

Final WG Approval Jul 09 Nov 09 Final EC Approval Jul 09 Nov 09 Sep 09 Jan 10 PAR Approved Sep 03 Initial WG Letter Ballot Mar 06 Recirculation WG Letter Ballot Oct 07 Form Sponsor Ballot Pool

Jul 08 RevCom/ Stds Board Submission Approval Slide 58 Adrian Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1252r0 by Bruce Kraemer, Marvell Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGp Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Author: Name Lee Armstrong Submission Affiliations Employer: Armstrong Consulting, Inc. Affiliation: USDoT

Address Phone email 132 Fomer Road Southampton, MA 01073 USA +1 617 620 1701 [email protected] Adrian Slide 59 Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1430r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.) Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract TGp closing report for November meetings Submission

Adrian Slide 60 Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.) Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1430r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.) Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 November Meetings Summary All LB125 Comment resolutions completed (many revisited with altered resolutions this week) 7 time slots during the week Current working draft is D4.03 Voted to go to recirculation ballot Submission Adrian Slide 61 Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.) Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1430r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.)

Nov 2008 2008 November doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Status Current draft D4.03 is on server Represents major changes from D4.0 Plan to ballot Weekly teleconferences planned for every Thursday @ 1500 Piscataway time (commencing after ballot results are received) Submission Adrian Slide 62 Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.) Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1430r0 by Lee Armstrong (Armstrong Consulting, Inc.) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0

TGs Dallas Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Submission Adrian Slide 63 Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract Report of TGs, Mesh Networking Task Group, to the November 2008 (Dallas, Texas) closing 802.11 Plenary. TGs Motto: Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing left to add but when there is nothing left to take away. Submission Adrian Slide 64 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol

Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGs Closing Plenary Report TGs is improving its Draft by resolving the comments on its failed Letter Ballot #126. The current general comment resolution spread sheet is 11-08/493r27. TGs has a new Temporary Editor: Kazuyuki Sakoda (Sony) Submission Adrian Slide 65 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Summary of LB #126 Comment Resolution

Thru Jacksonville Thru Denver Thru Waikoloa Thru Dallas Techncial 177 13% 333 24% 942 69% Tbd Editorial Total 297 50% 474 24% 450 75% 783 40% 564 94% 1506 77% Tbd Tbd TOTAL Comments 1365 70% 599 30% 1964 100% Remaining Submission Adrian Slide 66 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008

November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11s Timeline TGs is a broad amendment which affects many parts of the Standard, but not the PHY. PAR approved: 5/13/2004 Draft D0.01: 3/12/2006 1st LB (#93): 12/7/2006 (same delay from PAR as TGn) D1.0: Approval rate 48% 5,713 comments, about Editorial and Technical 2nd LB (#126): 3/15/2008 D2.0: Approval rate 61% 1,964 comments, about 1/3 Editorial and 2/3 Technical Submission Adrian Slide 67 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11s Activity & Deployment

Activity Level: Although attendance normally declines precipitously when a Task Group is in comment resolution, TGs attendance here is in the 20 to 30 range (even at the TGs ad hoc meeting at 08:00 Monday morning). This indicates a high level of interest. At its Lhue ad hoc and the following Waikoloa meeting, TGs resolved 723 comments. Deployment of 802.11s has been limited by the fact that there has been no public draft Submission Adrian Slide 68 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 6 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11s Deployment Biggest 802.11s success so far: inexpensive computers targeted at the educational / 3rd world market. ~500,000 One Laptop Per Child XO $100 computers http://laptop.org

The 2nd generation Intel Classmate PC has full MESH 802.11s support http://www.intel.com/intel/worldahead/pdf/CMPCbrochure.pdf Linux 2.6.26+ incorporates the Open802.11s Project 802.11s software, which implies over ~500,000,000 units eventually (but maybe thats cheating) http://www.open80211s.org/trac Submission Adrian Slide 69 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11s Deployment Other shipping products: Motorola MeshConnex pre-s stations come with a promise of upgrade to the final 802.11s standard. Proxim ORINOCO AP-4000 products using 802.11s backhaul are shipping and in use at CERN and other sites. PacketHop has announced availability of 802.11s systems. Saxnet has 802.11s availability on its multi-radio Linux based product.

Ovislinks WL500AP Router supports the 802.11s draft. Aradas wireless mesh networking solution is based on the 802.11s draft. Submission Adrian Slide 70 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 8 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11s Deployment Quotations: I think mesh as an indoor technology is going to find wide acceptance Bob OHara (www.wi-fiplanet.com) If mesh is easy enough to deploy, everybody will use it Adam Conway of Aerohive Networks. (www.enterpriseitplanet.com) Submission Adrian Slide 71 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol

Stephe from slide 9 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGs Closing Plenary Report TGs is holding teleconferences some Wednesdays at 17:00 for up to 1 hours. Dates: December 3, 17, January 7, February 4, 18, and March 4 An annotated agenda for TGs at this meeting is available in 11-08/1194r12. The draft minutes will be posted shortly as 11-08/1431r0. Goal for the January TGs meeting in Los Angeles, California: Resolve Letter Ballot comments and go to Letter Ballot Submission Adrian Slide 72 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 10 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 November 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 End of Report Submission Adrian Slide 73 Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorol Stephe from slide 11 of IEEE P802.11-08/1369r0 by Donald Eastlake 3rd, Motorola Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Closing Report Date: 2008-11-14 Authors: Name Dave Stephenson Submission Company Cisco Systems, Inc. Address Phone

email 170 W. Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134 USA +1 408 527 7991 [email protected] Slide 74 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1423r0 by Dave Stephenson, Cisco Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract Closing report for TGu Interworking with External Networks for November 2008, Dallas, Texas, USA Submission Slide 75 Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1423r0 by Dave Stephenson, Cisco

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Agenda (08/1227r5), Motions (08/1317r2) documents Re-circulation Letter Ballot 137 progress TG approved Draft P802.11u-d4.01 which includes all editorial comment resolutions Resolved a total of 806 comments 14 submissions to resolve LB comments (see next slides) 65 technical comments remaining Thanks to all the late nights & hard work this week!! Teleconferences January 15th 2009 : 10:00 ET 1 hr Plans for January 2009 Complete LB-137 comment resolution Go out for re-circulation ballot Liaison update (NENA, ATIS, possibly 3GPP) Submission Slide 76 Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1423r0 by Dave Stephenson, Cisco

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Approved Submissions (14 total) 08/1286r5, 3GPP Cellular Network Information 08/1331r1, Corrections to IP address availability 08/1331r1, Corrections to AP Date, Time and Time Zone Information 08/1266r1, LB137 HESSID Update 08/1303r1, LB137 Vendor-Specific List 08/1403r0, LB137 QoS Map Primitives 08/1305r0, LB137 GAS Update 08/1374r0, Update for Broadcast and multicast MPDU transfer procedure Submission Slide 77 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1423r0 by Dave Stephenson, Cisco Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Approved Submissions (cont.) 08/1343r1, Interworking Element Comment Resolutions 08/1342r1, Venue Group and Venue Type Comment Resolution

08/1275r6, Normative Text for Amendment for EASN 08/1381r2, DSCP to UP mapping 08/1393r2, Dropped Frame Count 08/1406r1, LB137 MIB Updates Submission Slide 78 Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1423r0 by Dave Stephenson, Cisco Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 November 2008 Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Dorothy Stanley Submission Affiliations Address Phone Aruba Networks 1322 Crossman Ave +1 630-363Sunnyvale, CA

1389 94089 email [email protected] com Slide 79 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This document contains the TGv closing report for November 2008. Submission Slide 80 Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Goals and Accomplishments for November

2008 Meeting Completed comment resolution from LB 133 Completed remaining 34 comments (1414 total) Heard Presentations Approved forwarding TGv Draft 4.0 to LB Authorized teleconferences and an ad-hoc meeting Submission Slide 81 Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TG LB Motion Move To adopt TGv Draft 3.04 as the TGv draft, To instruct the editor to renumber TGv Draft 3.04 as Draft 4.0 and To request the 802.11 WG chair to conduct a 30-day Letter Ballot on TGv Draft D4.0, asking the question Should TGv Draft 4.0 be forwarded to Sponsor Ballot? Mover: Emily Qi Seconder: Allan Thomson Result: 11-0-5 motion passes Submission

Slide 82 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Motion Ad-hoc Move to authorize a TGv Ad-hoc February 16-18, 2009 (Mon-Weds), in San Jose area, host tbd Mover: Joe Kwak Seconder: Fujio Watanabe Result: 3-1-12 motion passes Submission Slide 83 Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Motion - Teleconferences Move to authorize TGv Teleconferences January 6, 13, February 3, 10, 17, March 3, 2009

Noon Eastern for 2 hours. Mover: Emily Qi Seconder: Fujio Watanabe Result: 7-0-7 Motion passes Submission Slide 84 Adrian Stephe from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Comment Processing Summary Total 1414 Technical 785 Editorial 629 Editor Done/To Do 1414/3

Comment resolutions adopted to date Comments remaining Submission 1414 0 Slide 85 Adrian Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Documents for 08/801 comment resolution Category Volunteers Document Resolutions # CID # remaining Annex

Joe Kwak 08-979 8/19 1 0 Collocated Interference Jari Jokela, Jing Zhu 08-991 8/26 25 0 Diagnostics D. Stanley 08-901 Denver, 8/19 38

0 Event Joe Kwak 08-987 8/20 48 0 FBMS A. Thomson 08-898 8/18 66 0 General D. Stanley 08-841

8/19 258 0 Multicast Diagnostics Alex Ashley 08-889 8/12 29 0 Location/Timing A. Thomson/Ganesh 08-897 8/18 91/16 0 Proxy ARP

D. Stanley 08-866 Denver 9 0 Roaming Management Emily Qi 08-883 Denver 14 0 SleepMode Emily Qi 08-986 8/19, 9/2 34

0 STA Statistics Y. Seok, G. Venkatsan 08-956 8/18 18 0 TFS Emily Qi 08-886 Denver, 8/19 11 0 TIM Broadcast M. Wentink 08-967

9/2 30 0 Traffic Generation Moo-Ryong Jeong 08-990 8/20 13 0 Virtual AP D. Stanley, Qi Wang 08-993 Waikoloa 53 0 TCLAS

G. Venkatsan 08-956 8/18 8 0 Channel Usage E. Qi 08-985 8/19 22 0 Submission Slide 86 Adrian Stephe from slide 8 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Output Documents 11-08-1404-00-000v-TGv-November-2008-closingreport.ppt 11-08-1200-08-000v-November-2008-agenda.ppt 11-08-1353-00-000v-November 2008 meeting notes Submission Slide 87 Adrian Stephe from slide 9 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGv Timeline Updated Sept, 2008 Initial Working Group Letter Ballot: July 07 completed Jan 08 D2.0, May 08 D3.0 Re-circulation Working Group Letter Ballot: November 08 (D4.0) Mar 09 D5.0, May 09 D 6.0, July 09 D7.0, D7.0(unchanged) Form Sponsor Ballot Pool: June 09 Initial Sponsor Ballot: Sept 09 Sept 09 Revcom Agenda Sept 09 D7.0 Approved Sponsor Ballot: Nov 09 Nov 09 D8.0, Jan 09 - D9.0, Feb D10.0, March D11.0

May 12th ( or so) for Revcom June Approval Final WG/EC Approval: July 2010 RevCom/Standards Board Approval: June 4 th/June 5th(or so) Note: TGv PAR is authorized through Dec 2010 Submission Slide 88 Adrian Stephe from slide 10 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Goals for January 2009 Resolve LB comments Submission Slide 89 Adrian Stephe from slide 11 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Acknowledgements David Goodall, for serving as secretary

Submission Slide 90 Adrian Stephe from slide 12 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 References Submission Slide 91 Adrian Stephe from slide 13 of IEEE 802.11-08/1404r0 by Dorothy Stanley (Aruba Networks) Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 IEEE 802.11 TGw September Closing Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Company

Address Phone email Jesse Walker Intel Corporation 2111 N.E. 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR USA +1-503-7121849 [email protected] Submission Slide 92 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This presentation contains the IEEE 802.11 TGw closing for November 2008.

Submission Slide 93 Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 November Meeting Status & Objectives TGw Status Adopted resolutions to 133 of 270 comments Most of the remaining comments are editorial and have been assigned to the editor November Meeting Objectives Submission Complete Comment Resolution Update official timeline Plan teleconferences/ad hocs Recirculate draft 7.0 Slide 94

Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Submissions 11-08/1070r12 comment resolutions 11-08/1231r1 comment group 3 resolutions 11-08/1307r1 agenda 11-08/1365r0 meeting minutes 11-08/1368r0 BIP test vectors 11-08/1402r0 association procedures 11-08/1409r1 comment group 7 resolutions Submission Slide 95 Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Accomplishments Completed resolution of comments received on Sponsor Ballot of P802.11w D6.0 Authorized a recirculation ballot of P802.11w D7.0 Submission Slide 96 Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Teleconferences 12:00 ET on January 7, 2009, for two hours 12:00 ET on January 14, 2009, for one hour Submission Slide 97 Adrian Stephe from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation Nov 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 January 2009 Meeting Planning Objectives Resolve comments received from Sponsor Ballot Recirculation of P802.11w D7.0 Submission Slide 98 Adrian Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1424r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGz Dallas November Closing Report Date: 2008-11-14 Authors: Name Company Address Phone email

Menzo Wentink Qualcomm +31-65-1836231 [email protected] .com Daniel R. Borges Apple Inc. Straatweg 66, Breukelen, the Netherlands 1 Infinite Loop Cupertino, CA 94107 USA +1 (415) 4257347 [email protected] Submission Slide 99 Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1432r0 by Menzo Wentink (Qualcomm), Daniel R. Borges (Apple Inc.)

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Accomplishments TGz completed LB135 comment resolution, approved TGz draft 3.0 and approved a 30 day letter ballot! The discussion around 40 MHz off-channel direct link and the channel switching mechanism were much shorter than expected The scheduled and unscheduled power save mechanisms had been stable since Hawaii So, TDLS might become a reality soon! Submission Slide100 Adrian Slide Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1432r0 by Menzo Wentink (Qualcomm), Daniel R. Borges (Apple Inc.) 100

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Goals for LA The goal for LA is to work on comment resolution No teleconferences were scheduled between now and January, because there will be an ongoing letter ballot for most of the time Submission Slide101 Adrian Slide Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1432r0 by Menzo Wentink (Qualcomm), Daniel R. Borges (Apple Inc.) 101 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0

802.11aa Robust Audio Video Transport Streaming Dallas Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Ganesh Venkatesan Submission Affiliations Address Intel Coporation JF3-336, 2111NE 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124 Phone email +1 503 334 6720 [email protected] .com Slide Adrian Slide

102 Stephe from slide 1 of 102 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This submission summarizes the activities of 802.11aa during the Dallas Session. Submission Slide Adrian Slide 103 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 2 of 103 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Closing Report

Submission Slide Adrian Slide 104 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 3 of 104 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Recognition Many thanks to Graham Smith (DSP Group) for leading the 802.11 QoS Overview development and presentation. Also thanks to all the 802.11 members for their review and comments on the 802.11 QoS Overview. Submission Slide Adrian Slide 105 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor

Stephe from slide 4 of 105 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 802.11aa Goal(s) for the Dallas Session 1. Approvals [Review] Approve Waikoloa Meeting minutes (08/1143r0) [Review] Approve Sep-Nov 08 teleconference minutes (08/1202r3) Approve Nov 08 through Mar 09 Teleconference schedule 2. Listen to proposals 3. Evaluate proposals thus far against OBSS requirements (944r7) 4. Evaluate proposals thus far against Broadcast/Multicast requirements (1093r0) 5. Joint meeting with 802.1AVB 6. Enter Jan 09 meeting with an initial TGaa draft Submission Slide Adrian Slide 106

Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 5 of 106 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Technical Presentations For TGaa Meetings: 08/1293-00 08/1272-00 08/126[01]-00 08/1250-00 08/1243-00 08/1341-00 Handover with Broadcast Technologies Update on Managed Contention Access OSQAP and OBSS Requirements Overlapping BSS Duplicate Detection Proposal Selection Procedures

Juan Carlos Zuniga Jing Zhu Graham Smith Brian Hart Brian Hart Hang Liu For the joint meeting with 802.1AVB: 08/1222r2 IEEE 802.1Qat/IEEE 802.11 QoS interworking Osama Aboul-Magd 08/1214r1 Overview of 802.11 QoS Mechanisms Graham Smith 08/1389r0 Qat Overview and Status Craig Gunther 08/1408r1 802.1AS Overview Kevin Stanton http://www.ieee802.org/1/files/private/av-drafts/d3/802-1qav-d3-1.pdf Tony Jeffree Submission Slide

Adrian Slide 107 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 6 of 107 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 What we did this week? Listened to updates on 4 technical proposals Listened to an approach to evaluate and select proposals on solutions to TGaa PAR topics Listened to a presentation from the Handover from Broadcast Technologies SG (802.21 SG) on internetwork QoS provisioning Presented an overview of 802.11 QoS to 802.1AVB Listened to overviews of 802.1Qat, 802.1Qav, 802.1AS Submission Slide Adrian Slide 108 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe

from slide 7 of 108 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Action Items Input to 802.1Qat DMN (Designated MSRP* Node) specification Strategy to work with the 802.21 Handover to Broadcast Technologies SG/TG * Multiple Stream Reservation Protocol Submission Slide Adrian Slide 109 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 8 of 109 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0

Plans In upcoming teleconferences Set clear expectations on what TGaa means by OBSS what subset are we focused on? Critically look at Intra-AC Prioritization Plans for Jan 09 (Los Angeles) Meeting Listen to technical proposals Review/Approve Normative submissions corresponding to technical proposals Start Draft 0.01 of TGaa amendment Submission Slide Adrian Slide 110 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 9 of 110 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation November Nov 20082008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Teleconference Schedule Bi-Weekly on Mondays at 11:00 Eastern Time (1 hour long) starting from Dec 01, 2008.

Submission Slide Adrian Slide 111 Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corpor Stephe from slide 10 of 111 IEEE 802.11-08/1420r0 by Ganesh Venkatesan, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 TGac November 2008 Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Osama Aboul-Magd Submission Affiliations Address Phone email

Nortel Networks 3500 Carling Avenue Ottawa, ONT, Canada K2H-8E9 613-763-5827 [email protected] Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of 112 IEEE 802.11-08/1425r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This document is the closing report for the TGac for the November 2008 session Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 2 of 113 IEEE 802.11-08/1425r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks

Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Work Completed Agreed to a list of documents to guide the development of the specification. Usage models Functional Requirements Channel models Process and Selection Procedure Specification Framework Completed the definition of the TG timeline 802.11-08/1418r0 Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of 114 IEEE 802.11-08/1425r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks Nov 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 January 2009 Goals Start the work on the TG documents. Develop internal timeline. Explore the format of the specification framework document taking into account 802.16m experience. Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of 115 IEEE 802.11-08/1425r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Conference Call Times Dec. 11/2008 work on TG documents 12:00-14:00 ET Jan. 8/2009 work on TG documents 20:00-22:00 ET Jan. 15/2009 Joint call with VHT SG 11:00-13:00 ET Submission

Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of 116 IEEE 802.11-08/1425r0 by Osama Aboul-Magd, Nortel Networks Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 VHT SG November 2008 Closing Report Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Eldad Perahia Submission Company Address Phone email Intel Corporation 2111 NE 25th Ave Hillsboro, OR 97124

503-712-8081 [email protected] Slide Adrian Stephe from slide117 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1421r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This document is the closing report for the Very High Throughput Study Group for the November 2008 plenary session. Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide118 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1421r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Work Completed

PAR development EC report, Eldad Perahia, 08/0813r3 Feedback received on PAR and response, Jon Rosdahl, 08/1367r0 Update to PAR, 08/806r7 PAR & response to feedback approved by SG & WG Technical Contribution Designing for Coexistence, John Stine, 08/1306r0 Joint meeting w/ TGac Summary of 802.16m Development Process, Jose Puthenkulam, Vice Chair 802.16, 08/1394 Inputs for a VHT Selection Procedure, Rolf De Vegt, 08/1392r0 Introduction to VHT Usage Models, Rolf De Vegt, 08/1323r0 Timeline update - if PAR approved by EC & Nescom: TGad starts officially in January 2009 Call for chair nominations and election would occur in January 2009

Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide119 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1421r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 SG Extension Motion Request the IEEE 802 LMSC to extend the 802.11 Very High Throughput Study Group. Move: Darwin Engwer Second: Rolf De Vegt Vote Y: 44, N: 0, Abs: 0 Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide120 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1421r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Goals for January

If EC & NesCom approves PAR Officially begin TGad (VHT60) activity Officer elections Start working on VHT60 task group documents Selection procedure Usage model Etc Technical contributions Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide121 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1421r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Conference call times Dec 4 11:00-13:00 ET Dec 18 20:00-22:00 ET Jan 15 11:00-13:00 ET Joint call w/ TGac

Usage model Possible topics for calls Usage model selection procedure other TG documents Calls do not overlap TGac calls Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide122 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1421r0 by Eldad Perahia, Intel Corporation Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 IMT-Advanced Closing Report Date: 2008-09-13 Authors: Name Company Address Phone

email Bruce Kraemer Marvell +1-321-4274098 [email protected] Darwin Engwer Nortel Networks 5488 Marvell Ln Santa Clara, CA 95054 4655 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara CA 95054 +1-408-4952588 [email protected] Submission Slide Adrian Stephe

from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 123 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 IEEE 802.11 IMT-Advanced November 2008 Technical portion of Circular Letter was completed in October 2008 (Korea) October 7 workshop held WG11 Session Goals Review IMT-Advanced Status Review discussions held with WG21 in September Review WG18 plans for November Review concept of 802 contribution Discuss WG11 project options Present project recommendation to WG11 on Friday Submission Slide Adrian Stephe

from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 124 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Discussion Overview 1. No substantive changes to IMT-U WP5D requirements Korea activity tidied up incomplete documents 2. Best known option for WG11 is to continue engagement in support of WG16 Encouragement from WG21 and WG16 to remain as a component in the solution 3. Refine WG11 work proposal Thursday Participate in Tuesday discussion in WG18 Continue dialog with WG21 & WG16 on best aproach Consider WG11 project options (ad hoc or other ?) Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0

by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 125 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 WG21 Exchanges in Sept WG21 Discussion minutes Submission 21 overview Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer

(Nortel) 126 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 WG18 Exchanges ITU-R background Submission 802 Process for WP5D Submissions Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 5 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 127 Nov 2008

doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Seoul Korea Workshop slide Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 6 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 128 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Connection Status .21 Complete Requires completion of TGu .16 Submission

.11 Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 7 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 129 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Ongoing WG11 Obligations for IMT Via 18 Create, review, approve WG11 relevant documents to ITU-R WP5D E.g. M.1801 RADIO INTERFACE STANDARDS FOR BROADBAND WIRELESS ACCESS SYSTEMS, INCLUDING MOBILE AND NOMADIC APPLICATIONS, IN THE MOBILE SERVICE OPERATING BELOW 6 GHz M.1450-3 Characteristics of Broadband Local Area Networks Participate in Circular letter review process (e.g. 18-08-0058 r5) Submission

Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 8 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 130 November 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 IMT-A Activities Proposal 1. Agree that WG11 will make no IMT-A RIT submission to WP5D. 2. Agree that supporting other IEEE 802 WG IMT-A RIT submissions is beneficial 3. Agree that the MIH approach is the most beneficial activity for WG11 to complete (slide 10). 4. Agree that WG11 Assist WG21 and TGu , as appropriate, to expedite closure of any open items needed for Item #3. Continue to maintain dialog with, and respond to requests from, other WGs Submission

Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 9 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer (Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 131 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Project Proposal Disband ad hoc Rely WG chair and WG 21 liaison reports for status information Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 10 of IEEE 802.11-08/1429r0 by Bruce Kraemer

(Marvell); Darwin Engwer (Nortel) 132 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 JTC1 Ad Hoc November Closing Date: 2008-11-13 Authors: Name Company Address Phone email Jesse Walker Intel Corporation 2111 N.E. 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR USA +1-503-7121849

[email protected] Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 1 of IEEE 802.11-08/1427r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation 133 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Abstract This presentation contains the IEEE 802.11 JTC1 Ad Hoc closing report for November 2008. Submission Slide Adrian

Stephe from slide 2 of IEEE 802.11-08/1427r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation 134 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 Accomplishments Reviewed outcome of Montreux JTC1/SC6 meeting Discussed options and next steps Decision: Respond to Liaison letter from SC6 in January meeting, and consider other actions as appropriate Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 3 of

IEEE 802.11-08/1427r0 by Jesse Walker, Intel Corporation 135 Nov 2008 doc.: IEEE 802.11-08/1248r0 January Meeting Planning Objectives Prepare response to SC6 Liaison letter Schedule other actions which would support the needs of WLAN customers and users in the WAPI debate Submission Slide Adrian Stephe from slide 4 of IEEE 802.11-08/1427r0 by Jesse Walker,

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