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Stefan – thank you, we will reserve a spot.
The presentation that you attached should provide many with a good starting point.
In the meantime, if you want to move the discussion along, I would suggest that you feel free to use the reflector to add any discussions that you think might be missing from the slides, and that those trying to build models or make measurements, pose whatever questions they may have either on the reflector (because others may have the same questions) or privately to Stefan.
I’m not yet sure whether it will be Peter Jones or myself chairing next Wednesday, but we will be sure to have your discussion.
In the meantime, if others have submittals, we still have room. (maybe we can get some preliminary channel measurements or models?)
I have a short presentation regarding some topology proposals for multidrop for the next ad hoc call on Mar 29th.
Can you reserve a time slot for me? Intention is to provide a proposal what kind of multidrop topologies could be measured to provide data for simulations of PHY vendors.
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For May, 802.3cg will be at the back end of the week, and the Multigig automotive work will be at the front end of the week.
This means that IEEE P802.3cg 10Mb/s Single Pair Ethernet Task Force will meet starting Wednesday afternoon, all day Thursday and Friday. I can’t promise we will finish early Friday, but the more we progress our work on ad hocs, the smoother our meeting will go in New Orleans. I will update you if the schedule changes and as my vision for the workload in New Orleans progresses.
Additionally, it looks like 802.3bt (4 pair PoE) will be meeting the front end of the week (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday), so this should be a good chance to get input from those in the powering world.
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