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Thanks and happy new year to you too!
Your proposal is very interesting, since it is clear and simple.
I don’t see any problems to support it, but since I’m not an expert of Clause11 I will wait for the feedback of the other people in the group.
Happy New Year, Christian!
Your comment definitely identifies a terminology concern. However, since the “power channel” that you are proposing to define is essentially the same as the “data channel”, I think that adding this term may be confusing.
As an alternate solution, how would the group feel about performing a maintenance request to change the current definition of “channel” to “frequency channel” as in:
1.4.xxx frequency channel: In 10BROAD36, a band of frequencies dedicated to a certain service transmitted on the broadband medium. (See IEEE Std 802.3, Clause 11.)
Note, that occurrences of the word “channel” in Clause 11 may also need to be replaced with “frequency channel”.
And, revising the existing definition of channel as follows:
1.4.134 channel: Within Clause 33 and its annexes, the electrical path on which the power is transferred, i.e. the link section.
I suspect that it might be necessary to extend the definition of channel to other Clauses besides 33, but I just wanted to get the idea out there for consideration.
All the best - Val
Valerie Maguire, BSEE
Global Sales Engineer
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I prepared a short baseline document in support of comment #26, which addresses my action item in the TDL.
Please review and comment.