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IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SC Teleconference Plan and Agenda

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  1. IEEE 802.11 Regulatory SCTeleconference Plan and Agenda Date:2014-06-19 Authors: Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  2. Abstract This presentation is the plan for the June 19, 2014 IEEE 802.11 Regulatory Standing Committee teleconference. Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  3. Agenda • Assign a recording secretary • Administrative items • FCC 3.5 GHz FNPRM • Incentive Auctions R&O • Other regulatory updates • AOB Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  4. Administrative Items • Required notices • Affiliation FAQ - • Anti-Trust FAQ - • Ethics - • IEEE 802.11 Working Group Policies and Procedures - • Chair and Secretary • Chair is Rich Kennedy (MediaTek) • Peter will act as Recording Secretary • Please send an email to the addresses below to have your attendance recorded • • Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  5. SC Operating Rules • Anybody can vote, present, and make motions • Participation in SC during 802.11 WG Plenary or Interim counts towards 802.11 voting rights • All motions must pass by a 75% majority Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  6. Other Guidelines for IEEE WG Meetings • All IEEE-SA standards meetings shall be conducted in compliance with all applicable laws, including antitrust and competition laws. • Don’t discuss the interpretation, validity, or essentiality of patents/patent claims. • Don’t discuss specific license rates, terms, or conditions. • Relative costs, including licensing costs of essential patent claims, of different technical approaches may be discussed in standards development meetings. • Technical considerations remain primary focus • Don’t discuss or engage in the fixing of product prices, allocation of customers, or division of sales markets. • Don’t discuss the status or substance of ongoing or threatened litigation. • Don’t be silent if inappropriate topics are discussed… do formally object. • --------------------------------------------------------------- • If you have questions, contact the IEEE-SA Standards Board Patent Committee Administrator at or visit • See IEEE-SA Standards Board Operations Manual, clause 5.3.10 and “Promoting Competition and Innovation: What You Need to Know about the IEEE Standards Association's Antitrust and Competition Policy” for more details. • This slide set is available at Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  7. Introduction [to become!] • Purpose • Improve the working relationship between the technical experts and the regulatory specialists, especially when it comes to critical technical issues • Scope • The group will review new regulatory changes or impending changes affecting 802.11 and 802.15 standards • Each meeting will focus on the most critical issue at the time • Critical Issue Focus • Direct impact on IEEE 802.11 and 802.15 current and future standards • Response/Input deadlines • Coordination with IEEE 802.18 (RR-TAG) • Coordination with the Wi-Fi Alliance • Outputs from this group must go through 802.18 Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  8. FNPRM FCC 14-49 • FCC issued FCC 14-49 • Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (Part 96) • 3550 to 3650 MHz and 3650 to 3700 MHz • Three-tiered sharing approach (four?) • Licensed Access (Incumbents) • Priority Access (via PALs) • General Authorized Access • Contained Access Facilities • Additional considerations • 5-year FSS grandfathering (including new installations) • Dynamic allocation via Spectrum Access System (SAS) • Comment period closes July 14th • Reply Comment period closes August 1st • Should we provide Comments? Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  9. FNPRM FCC 14-49 Concerns • GAA device registration with the database not practical for personal/portable devices • Only fixed devices, including those that may authorize personal/portable devices should be required to register • Registering all devices will flood a database with requests • Specific Contained Access User protection not necessary, and creates additional issues for GAA • Due to US pixel size, the protection zone for CAUs will be inordinately large, reducing spectrum efficiency of this effort • We should reject Commission suggestion that industry should coordinate agreements and protocols, including technical options and methods for managing spectrum access • This has been tried many times and has never succeeded Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  10. FNPRM FCC 14-49 Concerns [2] • Should not allow FSS earth station protection to upgrade their status • FSS earth stations will be granted 5 years of primary allocation protection even though today they are secondary • Some of the FSS sites listed are new, and should not fall under the grandfathering • Exclusion zone size should be controlled by database​ • For maximum spectrum efficiency, the database can do more to reduce exclusion zones • Current plan was based on exclusion zones designed to protect from much higher power devices • Setting power limit/distance from protected devices could create much more usable spectrum for GAA Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  11. FCC 14-50 R&O • Incentive auctions and 600 MHz band plan • Spectrum for unlicensed sharing • 11 MHz duplex gap • 6 MHz for TVWS (FCC plan: 40 mW personal/portable only) • 4 MHz for wireless microphones • Channel 37 (clear of WMTS and Radio Astronomy) • One 6 MHz channel in all locations (probably*) • True White Spaces *For engineering reasons, there may be a few areas with no spectrum available in the television bands for unlicensed devices and wireless microphones to share. Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  12. Other Regulatory Updates • Ofcom PSSR in 2.3 GHz band consultation • Ofcom has delayed publishing results • Many commenters asked that LSA be added to this band • Singapore TVWS Regulatory Framework • Published June 16th Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  13. Any Other Actual Business • EN 300 328 v1.9.1 progress? • EN 301 598 progress? Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  14. Saved slides Rich Kennedy, MediaTek

  15. DSRC Coexistence Tiger Team • What should be the outcome from the group? • Set of coexistence requirements for 802.11 in the 5 GHz band with ITS safety of life and property communications in the 5.9 GHz band • Form a group to provide a formal interface to other organizations in the automotive industry, NHTSA, DOT and other ITS players • What is the required milestone timeline • Dependent upon the FCC et al, progress on the rollout of the standards, technologies and laws • Outcome of experiments prior to rulemaking; proof of concepts • CAMP/DOT testing and validating • Updates [Jim] Rich Kennedy, MediaTek