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Re: [STDS-802-3-25G] Announcing P802.3by 25Gb/s Ethernet architecture ad hoc conference calls -- tentative agenda for January 13

Below is the proposed agenda for the joint 25G Task Force and 50G/NGOATH Study Group ad hoc meeting for 13 January 2016.


Approval of the Agenda

IEEE patent policy reminder

Approval of draft minutes for January 6, 2016

P802.3by 25G Ad Hoc - Matt Brown

      Task Force Update, Mark Nowell

      "Comment i-31: Single PMD w/ optional RS-FEC", Yasuo Hidaka

      "Single vs Dual PHY discussion for 25G-BASE-CR", Rob Stone

      Discussion on 25GBASE-CR/CR-S PHY Consolidation

      Discussion on proposed responses to Draft 3.0 comments

50GE & NGOATH Study Groups Ad Hoc - Kent Lusted

      Study Group Update, Mark Nowell

      "Study Groups Procedural Progress", Mark Nowell

      "200G SMF", Peter Stassar

      "OTN Support for 50GbE, next generation 100GbE, 200GbE",  Steve Trowbridge


Matt Brown



From: Matt Brown (APM) [mailto:mbrown@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Monday, November 16, 2015 10:28 AM
To: STDS-802-3-25G@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Announcing P802.3by 25Gb/s Ethernet architecture ad hoc conference calls


This is an announcement of the next series of P802.3by 25 Gb/s Ethernet Task Force Architecture ad hoc conference calls.

“The charter of the 25 Gb/s Ethernet Task Force Architecture Ad Hoc is to discuss topics towards supporting the developed objectives, PAR and CSD or for preparing the Task Force with contributions to help it prepare for future decisions.”

Meetings are scheduled for Wednesday 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM PDT on Wednesdays: Dec 2, 9, 16 and Jan 6, 13.

Webex information: (to be posted shortly)

If you are interested in presenting, please request a timeslot by the end of Monday preceding each meeting.

Agenda will be provided prior to each meeting.

Note that this series of meetings will be used for all topics including electrical, optical, and digital.

This is an official task force ad hoc meeting. As such, please familiarize yourself with the meeting guidelines and patent policy before the meeting.

Meeting guidelines:

Patent policy:

Matt Brown
25 Gb/s Ethernet Task Force Architecture Ad Hoc Chair