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RE: [802SEC] +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ MOTION: Authorize forwarding of P1802.16.1/D2-2002 to Sponsor Ballot



Matthew Sherman
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-----Original Message-----
Paul Nikolich []
Sent: Wednesday, January 15, 2003 4:52 PM
To: IEEE802
Subject: [802SEC] +++ SEC EMAIL BALLOT +++ MOTION: Authorize forwarding of P1802.16.1/D2-2002 to Sponsor Ballot


Dear SEC,

This is a 10 day SEC email ballot to make a determination on the below SEC motion to forward IEEEE P1802.16.1/D2-2002 to LMSC Sponsor Ballot, moved by Roger Marks, seconded by Mike Takefman. 


The email ballot opens on Wednesday January 15 2003 5PM EST and closes Saturday January 25 2003 5PM EST.

Please direct your responses to the SEC reflector.


--Paul Nikolich


MOVER: Roger Marks    SECONDER: Mike Takefman

MOTION: To forward IEEE P1802.16.1/D2-2002 ("Draft Standard for
Conformance to IEEE Standard 802.16 - Part 1: Protocol Implementation
Conformance Statements for 10-66 GHz WirelessMAN-SC Air Interface")
for Sponsor Ballot.

Here is an explanation:

The Working Group Letter Ballot results are clean. 802.16's Letter
Ballot #9 ("To forward IEEE P1802.16.1/D1-2002 for LMSC Sponsor
Ballot") ran from 21 Nov to 21 Dec. The results were:

Approve: 41   Disapprove: 0   Approval Ratio: 100% [75% required]
Abstain: 8    Ballots: 49     Return Ratio:    59% [50% required]
Comments: 77

Responses were developed by a Ballot Resolution Committee, and
P1802.16.1/D2 was issued. The comments, responses, and draft were
subject to 15-day Recirculation Ballot #9a (31 Dec 2002 - 14 Jan
2003). No responses were received. Therefore, the ballot is closed
and final.

For a full report of the Letter Ballot, see

Roger is asking for an email vote instead of waiting until the March
meeting because Roger believes that approval will give us an excellent
chance of making the 14 April RevCom deadline. Here is the schedule:

The Sponsor Ballot Group is already in place.