IEEE P802.11 - CBP-STUDY GROUP - MEETING UPDATE:


Status of Project IEEE 802.11 CBP Study Group

Contention Based Protocol


Objective

Create an Amendment for the U.S. 3650-3700 MHz Broadband Wireless Services allocation (FCC 05-56)


April/May 2006

Bi-weekly teleconferences beginning April 19th will discuss the situation at the FCC and changes to the candidate Requirements and Objectives (802.11-05-1039r3).


March 2006

802.11 TGy approved March 16, 2006. 802.11-06/0412r2 is the CBP-SG Denver Closing Report, and has SG document references.
 

January 2006

802.11-06/0066r1 is Waikoloa Closing Report, and has SG document references. Bi-weekly teleconferences beginning February 1st will discuss the situation at the FCC and changes to the candidate Requirements and Objectives (802.11-05-1039r3).


September 2005

802.11-05/919r1 is Garden Grove Closing Report, and has SG document references.
Bi-weekly teleconferences beginning October 19th will discuss the situation at the FCC and changes to the draft PAR (802.11-05/565r3) and Five Criteria draft (802.11-05-351r4).


July 2005

802.11-05/751r2 is San Francisco Closing Report, and has SG document references.
Bi-weekly teleconferences beginning August 24th will discuss the situation at the FCC and changes to the draft PAR (802.11-05/565r1) and Five Criteria draft (802.11-05-351r4).


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