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[10GMMF] [802.3] Request for Presentations and Goals of the Meeting

At 01:09 PM 2/9/2004 -0800, Bruce Tolley wrote:
>The 10GbE on MMF SG is meeting at the IEEE 802 Plenary in 
>Florida.  Details about the plenary are at this URL:
>Our main objective for this plenary meeting is to move our documents 
>through the various stages of the process so we can become a task force. 
>Our documents (the PAR, five criteria, and the initial list of objectives) 
>are posted at:

We have over 20 hours of meeting time scheduled and in addition to 
responding to comments about our three documents, we will be holding 
technical discussions on channel issues and various PHY/PMD approaches. The 
chair would encourage more detailed presentations on EDC, PAM encoding, 
mode filtering, and offset launches and mode conditioning patch cords.

Please forward requests for agenda time to me with the notation [10GMMF] in 
the subject line of the email.  As outlined in our posted guidelines, 
presenters must request time by March 10, the Wednesday of the week 
preceding the meeting. (See for the 
complete guidelines.)

Requests shall be submitted to the chair or using the reflector.  The 
presenter shall provide the following information:
           Name of presenter
           Title of presentation
           Length of time requested (this should include time for questions 
and answers)
           Brief description of topic
  If the deadline is missed, time will be provided on a best-effort basis 
following the completion of the regular agenda (or as deemed appropriate by 
the chair).

The presentation must be submitted as a PDF before the meeting.
IMPORTANT: When the PDF is submitted, to support the web site search tool 
used by the IEEE P802.3 web site the 'Document Information' fields of the 
PDF file *must* be completed as follows:
           Title :- Title of presentation
           Subject :- IEEE 802.3 10Gb/s on FDDI-grade MMF Study Group
           Author :- Name(s) of author(s)

See for the 
complete guidelines.

See you in Florida


Bruce Tolley

Bruce Tolley
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Gigabit Systems Business Unit
Cisco Systems
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