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Re: [802.3_B10K] Webpage Update


As I called this out in dambrosia_b10k_02 – I am assuming that discussion during this presentation is sufficient.


Regarding presentations – we have not had any presentations on Optional EEE – however – it is called out as “Apple Pie” objective, because it has been one that has just been added pretty much to nearly every project I can recall since its introduction.  I reviewed current projects, and all but PON and YANG models have an optional EEE objective.  




From: Brad Booth [mailto:bbooth@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 9:30 PM
To: John DAmbrosia <jdambrosia@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: [802.3_B10K] Webpage Update




There is one "Apple Pie" objective that I believe the Study Group may wish to reconsider before taking a bite: Optional EEE.


Would it be possible to set some time aside to discuss that objective and any supporting material for its inclusion?






On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 1:13 AM, John DAmbrosia <jdambrosia@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear Study Group Participants,

The webpage for this week’s meeting has been updated.    Please see

Please note the following changes –

Shuto Yamamoto -

·       Added FEC summary data previously presented in 802.3bs

Helen (Yu) Xu -

·       Filled in table entries on Page 5 that had been blank.

Xinyuan Wang -

·       Presentation added new forecast data on 5G Mobile Backhaul Network

John D’Ambrosia (with chair hat on) -

·       New presentation to lead discussion on Thursday

I have uploaded all presentations.  I am anticipating that there will be no objection from the Study Group on hearing the new information and there are no time issues.  I will ask at the beginning of the meeting.


John D’Ambrosia

Acting Chair, IEEE 802.3 Beyond 10km Optical PHYs Study Group