RE: Actions and Issues from June Meeting
- To: Jonathan Thatcher <jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "HSSG_reflector (E-mail)" <stds-802-3-hssg@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: Actions and Issues from June Meeting
- From: "Chang, Edward S" <Edward.Chang@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 18 Jun 1999 11:51:51 -0400
- Sender: owner-stds-802-3-hssg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
As Jonathan is suggesting, that if there are multiple parties interested in
a same topic listed, it is preferred to work together to create a unified
proposal. I agree it is a good idea.
Since I have signed up to present Item 3-- BER, and Item 7 - Support for
installed cable, I am looking for anyone who is interested in these issues
to jointly propose the proposals to help committee.
I have expressed my approaches in the reflectors in many pieces time to
time. Please contact me directly to discuss the interest, or further
From: Jonathan Thatcher [mailto:jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, June 17, 1999 2:13 PM
To: HSSG_reflector (E-mail)
Subject: Actions and Issues from June Meeting
During the last meeting, I took an action item to list a number of issues
that I had compiled from reflector discussions and request thoughtful
presentations. For some, we have individuals signed up. Please contact me if
you would like time on the July agenda to present on any of these issues.
This is, in effect, a call for presentations. If multiple people contact me
on a particular topic. I will make sure that they have an opportunity to
work together on a common presentation (this will, of course, be a their
Action: Jonathan Thatcher - Send e-mail to the HSSG reflector listing the
following issues and, where appropriate, the persons with actions to provide
Issue 1 - Raw requirements for access to Wide Area Networks
Action: Paul Bottorff to provide presentation on this issue at the July
Issue 2 -Encoding schemes - Implications of FEC, bit error multiplication
Action: Paul Bottorff to provide presentation on this issue in relation to
scrambling at the July meeting
Action: Name missing from minutes: pressentation on Error Correction.
Action: Jonathan Thatcher - Arrange for Al Widmer to provide a presentation
on 8B/10B coding and FEC at July meeting
Issues 3 - Bit Error Rate
The assumption will be that this is 10-12. If someone wishes to challenge
this they should bring a presentation to the next meeting providing detailed
reasoning why this needs to change.
Issues 4 - Jitter
While it is not necessarily something that needs presentations on in July
its time to start thinking about Jitter.
Issue 5 - Support for 802.3 Standards currently in progress
Action: Geoff Thompson to provide a proposal on this issue.
Issue 6 - Not supporting CSMA/CD
Action: Jonathan Thatcher to draft the response to this item in relation to
the 5 criteria.
Issue 7 - Support for Installed cable
Jonathan Thatcher "jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx"
Vice President Product Marketing, Picolight Incorporated
4665 Nautilus Court South, Suite 3, Boulder CO 80301
Phone: 303-530-3189 X238; Fax: 303-530-4897