IEEE 802.11 WLAN Standards Committee

The IEEE 802 LAN/MAN Standards Committee and IEEE 802.11 WLAN Standards Committee Policies and Procedures provide a means for members to appeal decisions to the Working Group Chair.  When this occurs, the Chair of  IEEE 802.11 appoints a three-person appeal panel to hear the appeal and render a decision. 

This page provides the material submitted by the member(s) making the appeal (appellant), the material submitted by the member(s) responding to the appeal (appellee), and the decision of the appeal panel.  The appeals are listed in reverse chronological order.

December 5, 2006

Appeal of  Daniel Harkins (802.11 Voting member) v. Clint Chaplin (Chair, 802.11 Task Group r)
 - on a
ruling by the 802.11 TGr chairman that a motion to modify the TGr draft was in order.

Material from the appellant
Material from the appellee
Decision of the IEEE 802.11 appeal panel



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