Edward – Amelia speedily addressed the comments (and a few others it seems) in the night (at least for me). I’m happy with the current version.
From: Edward Au <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 8, 2023 1:38 PM
To: George Zimmerman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [802SEC] Comments on draft IEEE SA position statement on Spectrum allocation and managemnt (18-23-0015-06-ISUS)
Thanks George for your review and comments. Amelia and her ad hoc will address your comments shortly.
I have a couple of suggestions –
First the substantive:
Under “Main priorities for IEEE 802 wireless technologies in spectrum policy”:
Items 2 & 3 don’t really appear to be priorities, but rather methods of addressing the other items, which are priorities: Specifically, these two (“A core principle…” and “The increasing demands… can be met…”) don't seem to be a 'priority' like 'encouraging
flexible shared spectrum use' or 'full global availability', or 'global convergence' are, but rather they are either how we approach these priorities or a separate point on its own related to how we approach these priorities. Suggest separating to a paragraph
after the "Main priorities", not enumerated. I’m a bit at a loss for a header, but something like, “Principles and Methods”. (alternatively, “Main priorities” might be made “Main priorites and principles” – I still think 2 & 3 should probably go after the
others) – note these are just suggestions.
Second, the nit –
(2nd paragraph) I think we are technically the IEEE 802 Standards Committee (not just the IEEE 802 Committee)
George Zimmerman, Ph.D.
President & Principal
CME Consulting, Inc.
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