SUMMARY REPORT OF THE MAY 2002 MEETING OF IEEE 802.11:
Our May 2002 meeting was held at the Wentworth Rydges Hotel, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

At the start of the meeting, the voting membership of 802.11 was 346 voting members, with 76 nearly voters, giving a potential voting membership of 422. There were 185 people present at the opening plenary session this week, with 26 new participants. The 802.11 committee wishes to thank Motorola for sponsoring the meeting, and Tourhosts PTY of Sydney for meeting planning and support.

Several Letter Ballots closed in the weeks preceding this meeting.

  • The Working Group, together with 802.15, conducted Letter Ballot 34 on P802-15-2 Draft Recomended Practice, which closed May 1st.
  • Task Group I conducted Letter Ballot 35 on P802.11i-D2.0, which closed May 4th
  • Task Group H conducted Letter Ballot 36 on P802.11h-D2.0, which closed May 5th
  • These groups began the comment resolution process on these Letter Ballots.
    Task group F did not meet, since they held an April interim meeting, and had started a recirculation ballot 38 of 802.11f-D3.1 on May 8th. The reports for the individual task groups are linked below:
     
  • Project 802.11e,  MAC Enhancements for Quality of Service
  • Project 802.11f,   IAPP Inter Access Point Protocol
  • Project 802.11g,  Higher Rate Extension to 802.11b
  • Project 802.11h,  SMa - Spectrum Managed 802.11a
  • Project 802.11i,   MAC Enhancements for Security
  • WNG,                    Wireless LAN Next Generation Standing Committee
  • Publicity,              Ad Hoc Group
  • 802.18 Regulatory TAG

  • Meeting Schedule:

    The next meeting of 802.11 will take place at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada,  the week of  July 8 - 12, 2002. See IEEE 802.11 Meeting Plan for details.


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