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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 IEEE 802.

14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 IEEE 802. 18 RR-TAG Wireless Interim Agenda Date: 14 -16 May 19 Authors: Agenda Slide 1 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Call to Order / Administrative Items • Officers for the RR-TAG / IEEE 802. 18: Chair is Jay Holcomb (Itron) Vice-chair, need someone Secretary, need someone • Voters: 42 (9 on EC); Nearly Voters: 3; Aspirant members: 18 • A quorum is met since this meeting was announced more then 45 days ago. • IEEE 802 Required notices: Affiliation FAQ - http: //standards. ieee. org/faqs/affiliation. FAQ. html > Be sure to announce you name, affiliation, employer and clients the first time you speak. Anti-Trust FAQ - http: //standards. ieee. org/resources/antitrust-guidelines. pdf Ethics - https: //www. ieee. org/about/corporate/governance/p 7 -8. html IEEE 802 WG Policies and Procedures - http: //www. ieee 802. org/devdocs. shtml The 4 administration slides, reminder from your WG opening plenary new 02 jan 18 (note: call for essential patents is n/a, as the RR-TAG does not do standards) Agenda Slide 2 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 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 of different technical approaches that include relative costs of patent licensing terms may be discussed in standards development meetings. • Technical considerations remain the 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. -------------------------------For more details, see IEEE-SA Standards Board Operations Manual, clause 5. 3. 10 and Antitrust and Competition Policy: What You Need to Know at http: //standards. ieee. org/develop/policies/antitrust. pdf Agenda Slide 3 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Participation in IEEE 802 Meetings Participation in any IEEE 802 meeting (Sponsor, Sponsor subgroup, Working Group subgroup, etc. ) is on an individual basis • Participants in the IEEE standards development individual process shall act based on their qualifications and experience. (https: //standards. ieee. org/develop/policies/bylaws/sb_bylaws. pdf section 5. 2. 1) • IEEE 802 Working Group membership is by individual; “Working Group members shall participate in the consensus process in a manner consistent with their professional expert opinion as individuals, and not as organizational representatives”. (subclause 4. 2. 1 “Establishment”, of the IEEE 802 LMSC Working Group Policies and Procedures) • Participants have an obligation to act and vote as an individual and not under the direction of any other individual or group. A Participant’s obligation to act and vote as an individual applies in all cases, regardless of any external commitments, agreements, contracts, or orders. • Participants shall not direct the actions or votes of any other member of an IEEE 802 Working Group or retaliate against any other member for their actions or votes within IEEE 802 Working Group meetings, see https: //standards. ieee. org/develop/policies/bylaws/sb_bylaws. pdf section 5. 2. 1. 3 and the IEEE 802 LMSC Working Group Policies and Procedures, subclause 3. 4. 1 “Chair”, list item x. By participating in IEEE 802 meetings, you accept these requirements. If you do not agree to these policies then you shall not participate. (and please leave the call or meeting. ) Agenda Slide 4 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Agenda for teleconference • Call to Order • • Administrative items • • Attendance server is open Need a recording secretary, Tim J. , thanks Approve agenda & last minutes looking for an 802. 18 Vice-Chair. • • • Discussion items • EU Items • 5 GAA requests FCC to look forward • General Discussion Items Discussion items, few more details: • EU Items • General items, ETSI, CEPT, etc. • 5 GAA requests FCC to look forward • Would like to vote on comments this week. • General discussion items: • Update to ITU-R SM. 2352 on THz communications. • WRC-xx connections for IEEE 802 • ACMA comments status • Main Topics covered in Teleconferences since March. Agenda for Thursday Actions required • • • Anything new this week AOB and Adjourn Agenda Slide 5 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Administrative – Motions and more • Motion: To approve the agenda as presented on previous slide Moved by: Carl K. Seconded by: Tim J. Discussion? None Vote: Unanimous consent • Motion: To approve the minutes from the IEEE 802. 18 Vancouver plenary 14 -16 March 2019 in document: https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/19/18 -19 -0032 -00 -0000 -minutesyvr-plenary-12 -14 mar 2019 -rr-tag. docx Posted: 16 -Mar-2019 09: 57: 33 ET Moved by: Tim J. Seconded David B. Discussion? None Vote: Unanimous consent • RR-TAG is in need of a vice-chair and secretary, is there anyone that can help? ____ Agenda Slide 6 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Responsibilities of WG Vice Chair • 3. 4. 2 Vice Chair(s) The responsibilities of the Vice Chair(s) shall include: a) Carrying out the Chair's duties if the Chair is temporarily unable to do so or chooses to recuse himself or herself (i. e. , to give a technical opinion) or chooses to delegate specific duties. b) Being knowledgeable in IEEE standards processes and parliamentary procedures and assisting the Chair in ensuring that the processes and procedures are followed. c) Being familiar with training materials available through IEEE Standards Development Online. • • • Needs to be a member of the IEEE SA. Needs a Declaration of term commitment and affiliation letters to the LMSC. Expected to be in attendance at all face to face meetings and most all the teleconferences. • Should consider to attend sunday wireless chair meeting and rules, LMSC open and LMSC close meetings during a plenary. Stand in for the Chair or Secretary if one of them is not able to attend a meeting or call or activity • e. g. at the Plenary LMSC opening and closing meetings if the Chair can not make it. • Learn how, and be able to update the website and attendance / approved voters process. Support the Chair and secretary in general • Including feedback to the chair and secretary on improved processes, e. g. meetings, calls, docs, procedures, etc. Currently amount of time is not anticipated too much on the day to day basis • • • Agenda Though busier if some research is needed for a topic, help on comments, etc. • Maybe once a month or so. It will vary. There may be helping/supporting the Chair with prep for the face to faces and occasionally for teleconferences. Would look at a periodic touch point with the chair depending on activity. Slide 7 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 • 3. 4. 3 Secretary doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Responsibilities of WG Secretary The responsibilities of the Secretary include: a) Scheduling meetings in coordination with the Chair and distributing meeting notices. b) Distributing meeting agenda (as per 6. 0). Notification of the potential for action shall be included on any distributed agendas for meetings. c) Recording minutes of each meeting according to Clause 6. 5 and IEEE guidelines (see http: //standards. ieee. org/develop/policies/stdslaw. pdf), and publishing them within 60 calendar days of the end of the meeting. d) Creating and maintaining the Working Group membership roster and submitting it to the IEEE Standards Association annually. e) Being responsible for the management and distribution of Working Group documentation. f) Maintaining lists of unresolved issues, action items, and assignments. g) Recording attendance of all attendees. h) Maintaining a current list of the names of the voting members and distributing it to the members upon request. I) Forwarding all changes to the roster of voting members to the Chair. j) Being familiar with training materials available through IEEE Standards Development Online. • • Expected to be in attendance at all face to face meetings and most all the teleconferences. Support the Chair and Vice Char in general • Including feedback to the chair and vice chair on improved processes, e. g. meetings, calls, docs, procedures, etc. Needs to be a member of the IEEE SA. Currently amount of time is not anticipated too much on the day to day basis • Though busier if after a meeting to do minutes. • There may be helping/supporting the Chair with prep for the face to faces and occasionally for teleconferences. • Would look at a periodic touch point with the chair depending on activity. Agenda Slide 8 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

14 -16 May 2019 • • EU items to share -1 General EU info:

14 -16 May 2019 • • EU items to share -1 General EU info: <ojeu> <HStds> ETSI – <BRAN> next meeting #102, 17 -20 June, Sophia Antipolis , • • doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 BRAN EN 302 567 E&Y comments resolution meeting providing justification (see BRAN(19)001001) as to why additional Rx Requirements are not required in the 60 GHz Standard ETSI - ERM - <TG-11> next meeting #55, 02 -03 July • • Working on Rx requirements for the EN 300 328 to send to ERM #68 in June. SRDoc on 2. 4 GHz working on PSD to remove, potential revision to ERC Rec. 70 -03, etc. • New ERM WI on ETSI SRDoc resulting in draft TR 103 665 v 0. 0. 3. • A call for new example technology/application to be included in SRDoc for July f 2 f. • ETSI – ERM - <TG-UWB> meeting #49, 08 -09 May, Leinfelden DE, last week. • • • Agenda Amended ECC Decisions ECC/DEC/(06)04 and ECC/DEC/(07)01, published 08 May 19 Important for the use of 15. 4 z in vehicular environments, EC Decision expected mid May to mid June Next update of UWB regulation in Europe not expected before 2021/22. Topics for that update: • Fixed out-door in the band above 6 GHz • Simplified vehicular regulation above 6 GHz • Higher power levels for in-door above 6 GHz • Potential band extension up to 10. 6 GHz Slide 9 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 EU items to share -2 • Delegated Act on C-ITS is still not fully in force. • • EU parliament didn’t approve a proposed rejection but EU Council has agreed on a 2 Month extension of the potential objection period until 13 July 2019 CEPT • CEPT initial draft proposal for updated ITS 5. 9 GHz regulation has been presented including an extension up to 5925 MHz with sharing with Urban Rail in the band 5915 MHz to 5925 MHz. • CEPT WG FM will further work on the draft proposal, Finalisation planned for Q 1/Q 2 2020. Due to WRC 19 it is not possible to be earlier • • CEPT – ECC <SE 45>- no meetings planned; next meeting of WGSE, 27 -29 May, Prague • All comments resolved on ECC report 302, sharing and compatibility studies related to WAS/RLANs, see SE 45(19)004 A 1 R 1 and SE 45(19)004 A 2 • There was consensus to submit the agreed final draft version of ECC Report 302 to WGSE for consideration for publication at their next meeting in Prague. CEPT – ECC <FM 57> next meeting #7, 16 -17 May, Copenhagen Agenda • Working on Report A on feasibility of WAS/RLANs in 5925 -6425 MHz, to get to the EC. • There are 3 new contribution documents for the meeting this week. Slide 10 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 5 GAA requests the Commission consider a forward-looking approach 1 of 2 • Proceeding: • • https: //www. fcc. gov/ecfs/search/filings? proceedings_name=18357&sort=date_disseminated, DESC Grant permission for C-V 2 X operations in the 5. 865 -5. 925 GHz band, allowing for C-V 2 X to achieve its evolution path to 5 G; and Maintain the 5. 855 -5. 865 GHz frequencies for continued operations of the limited number of DSRC radios that have been deployed any future DSRC radios that may be deployed. V. 5 GAA’s Conclusion C-V 2 X has emerged as the best opportunity to further the vision of ITS in the 5. 9 GHz band respond to the societal needs that Congress, the Commission, and the DOT repeatedly have identified over the better part of the past three decades. As the Commission takes a broader look at the 5. 9 GHz band, it should pursue a forward-looking approach for licensed ITS operations in the 5. 9 GHz band as proposed herein that facilitates C-V 2 X’s evolution path to 5 G. Moreover, during the pendency of this rulemaking, the Commission should grant 5 GAA’s waiver request to enable initial deployments of this potentially life-saving technology as soon as possible. • New ex parte, 05 April 2019: (includes the 03 April ex parte) Agenda • https: //ecfsapi. fcc. gov/file/1040534706725/5 GAA%20 Ex%20 Parte%20 Notice%204. 5. 19. pdf • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/19/18 -19 -0051 -00 -0000 -5 gaa-waiver-ex-parte-notice-4 -5 -19 -fcc-gn-18 -357. pdf Slide 11 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 5 GAA requests the Commission consider a forward-looking approach 2 of 2 • At the end of 05 April ex parte, they propose to re-band 75 MHz of the 5. 9 GHz ITS band: 5850 -5855 5 MHz Reserve Band 5855 -5865 10 MHz 802. 11 channel 172 5865 -5905 40 MHz for 5 G-V 2 X 5905 -5925 20 MHz for LTE-V 2 X • We could respond to the 05 April ex parte, some points to consider • This is less DSRC bandwidth from original waiver, DSRC would be Chan. 172 only. • Sharing in the band is not being accomplished as was one of the directives. • Technology evolution does not work into this C-V 2 X approach • How it affects the testing that the Do. T has been doing and moving forward with. • Note they want 4 G and 5 G in this. • Hearing an FNPRM could be out this summer, with some of this… • As normal, any comment ready text is really needed. • With our goal to vote on comments by 16 May, Thursday in Atlanta. • Info/request for input was sent to 802. 11 and 802. 11 bd chairs and they have sent out. • One contribution and it was reviewed and some suggestions that will be worked on for Thursday’s meeting. • Also the members brought up 8 – 10 other topics that could be covered and Chair asked if any comment text by Wednesday afternoon, we could consider them. Agenda Slide 12 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 General Discussion Items • Chair of 802. 15. 3 d/THz IG has brought up, ITU-R SM. 2352 on THz communications needs to be updated. • The chair of 802. 15. 3 d/THz IG will be working on the updated text for review in 802. 18 and current plan is to share with 802. 15 at the July Plenary and approve it there and have the LMSC (aka EC) also approve for submission to ITU-R. • Question has been asked, what are our (IEEE 802) connections / mechanism into WRC-xx, e. g. WRC-19? Agenda • • For future reference, nothing specific now. • • • There is also ITU-R directly, by joining in the ITU-R meetings. IEEE is a sector member. • The 802. 18 chair will work with Purva R. , IEEE staff connected to ITU-R, what we can do to be more pro-active. • From the CEPT side there is the CPG-PTA or PTD groups that may have some info for WRC-19 and how CEPT is approaching WRC-19. Generally communications is through the national and/or regional (e. g. CTEL, CEPT, …) delegations, what do others know? Do we have positions we would like to get to WRC-19? Really to late now. Need to add to 802. 18 medium term agenda over the next year to work out getting connected better, attending ITU-R meetings, etc. Slide 13 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 General Discussion Items • ACMA Five-year outlook comment status • • Did an early close and status is not enough replies yet, need to upload Wednesday. Have had more editorial comments come in, working on 18 -19/0058 r 06. • Other notable topics covered in teleconferences since March plenary Agenda • Ofcom Consultation on enabling opportunities for innovation, w/2390 -2400 MHz • Comments sent in, and acknowledged receipt (noted they were late, as we knew). • NPRM Expanding Broadband to the 896 / 935 MHz PLMR Band, we passed. • (Honorable mention topics are in back up slides. ) Slide 14 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Actions / AOB / Recess • Actions required: • 5 GAA comments • . • AOB before Recess to Thursday AM 1. • Mid-week straw poll: • For a meeting venue in the future, looking at Istanbul, Turkey. • Should we continue to pursue the possibility? • Yes -10 No -1 • Any other AOB? None heard • We recessed until Thursday AM 1, at 12: 20 local Agenda Slide 15 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Thursday Agenda • Reminder of IEEE policies we are under • • Attendance server is open. • Call for a recording secretary: Tim J. Remember we are still under all IEEE SA and 802 policies, e. g. state your name, affiliation, employer and/or clients first time you speak. • Items from Tuesday or new • 5 GAA comments and approval • Any other topics? • • • None heard Actions Required AOB Adjourn Any objection to this agenda continuation? None heard Agenda Slide 16 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 5 GAA ex parte comments and approval • Reviewed updated text from review and inputs at Tuesday’s meeting. • Formatted for final document and made a few edits. • Motion: Move to approve the comments https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/19/18 -19 -0064 -030000 -5 gaa-ex-parte-05 apr 19 -response-ieee-802 -fcc-gn-18 -357. docx response to 5 GAA’s ex parte to the FCC in GN docket 18 -357 of 05 April 2019. With the chair of 802. 18 to have editorial privileges and send to the LMSC(EC) for review/approval and submission to the FCC. Moved by: Carl K. Seconded by: Mike L. Discussion? none Vote: _9_Y / _0_N / _1_A Motion - Passed Agenda Slide 17 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 5 GAA ex parte comments and approval • Last minute input was received, would it be useful to also copy the US Do. T on this IEEE 802 response. • Quick discussion and all were good with this. • Motion: Move to approve the comments https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/19/18 -19 -0064 -030000 -5 gaa-ex-parte-05 apr 19 -response-ieee-802 -fcc-gn-18 -357. docx response to 5 GAA’s ex parte to the FCC in GN docket 18 -357 of 05 April 2019. With the chair of 802. 18 to have editorial privileges and permission to add cover letter and send to the LMSC(EC) for review/approval and submission to the US Do. T. Moved by: Tim J. Seconded by: Mike L. Discussion? none Vote: _6_Y / _0_N / _2_A Motion - Passed Agenda Slide 18 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Actions Required • Chair to contact IEEE staff and liaison on how to connect better into ITUR/WRC-xx. • Chair 5 GAA ex parte responses to the LMSC for ballot • General info: • Latest Cisco VNI 2018 -2022 networking trends, updated 21 Feb 19 (annually). https: //www. cisco. com/c/en/us/solutions/collateral/service-provider/visual-networking-indexvni/white-paper-c 11 -738429. pdf • Latest World Economic Outlook. https: //www. imf. org/en/Publications/WEO/Issues/2019/03/28/world-economic-outlook-april-2019 Agenda Slide 19 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Any Other Business • Note: registration is out for July 2019 Plenary in Vienna, Austria. • And registration is out for September 2019 Wireless Interim at the JW Marriott Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam. (We need to fill 60% of the room block by 11 July, or loose some of the remaining room block). • UWB EC regulation discussed Tuesday, has been published on 14 May. UWB : https: //eur-lex. europa. eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/? uri=CELEX: 32019 D 0785 • Straw Polls How many people would like to come back to this venue? Yes -- _13__ No -- _0__ Like the Social – _11__ Did not go to Social – 2 Disliked the Social – _0__ (however way too much food) How many are okay to be in Atlanta twice in 2020, March(downtown) & Sept (maybe here)? (a side comment, not downtown twice) Yes -- _7__ No -- _6_ Agenda Slide 20 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Adjourn • Next teleconference: 30 May 2019 – 15: 00 – <15: 55 ET • Call in info: https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/16/18 -16 -0038 -12 -0000 teleconference-call-in-info. pptx (or latest) • Note: If the call-in link doesn’t work send the Chair an email right away. • All changes/cancellations will be sent out to the 802. 18 list server. • Note: no teleconference 23 May. • Adjourn: • Agenda complete, any objection to Adjourn. • None heard, we are Adjourned at 09: 08 local • The next face to face meeting of the 802. 18 RR-TAG will be at the IEEE 802, 16 – 18 July Plenary in the Austria Center Vienna, Austria • Normal time slots, Tuesday AM 2 and Thursday AM 1 • Thank You and Safe Travels Agenda Slide 21 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 • • • doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Back up and/or previous slides follow Agenda Slide 22 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 3. 0 Officers doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Responsibilities of Working Group Officers There shall be a Chair and a Secretary, and there should be a Vice Chair. The office of Treasurer is suggested if significant funds are involved in the operation of the Working Group and/or its subgroups or if the group has multiple financial reports to supply to the IEEE Standards Association. A person may simultaneously hold the positions of Secretary and Treasurer. The Chair and Vice Chair(s) shall each be IEEE members of any grade, except Student grade, or IEEE Society affiliates, and also be members of IEEE-SA. 3. 4 Responsibilities of Working Group Officers When carrying out the duties of an officer described in IEEE’s policies and procedures, officers of the Working Group: a) shall not act: 1) in bad faith; 2) to the detriment of IEEE-SA; 3) to further the interest of any party outside IEEE over the interest of IEEE; or 4) in a manner that is inconsistent with the purposes or objectives of IEEE, and; b) shall use best efforts to ensure that participants of the working group conduct themselves in accordance with applicable policies and procedures including, but not limited to, SASB Bylaws 5. 2. 1. The officers of the Working Group shall manage the day-to-day operations of the Working Group. The officers are responsible for implementing the decisions of the Working Group and managing the activities that result from those decisions. Agenda Slide 23 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Any Other Business • EU V 2 X – Delegated Act, regulation latest was published 13. 3. 2019. • • 5 GAA has been lobbying the EU parliament hard to not accept this and which has now caused a full vote next week. • If anyone can let the EU parliament know your concerns and opinion and to support the regulation in the short time till next Wednesday, please do. • • • Key is to go with the evolution with DSRC and not to fragment the spectrum. The Delegated Act can be found at: Posted here: https: //ec. europa. eu/transport/themes/its/news/2019 -03 -13 -c-its_en And revised on Mentor from draft posted here in January: https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/19/18 -19 -0007 -01 -0000 -european-commission-v 2 xdraft-law. pdf BTW – it’s title: COMMISSION DELEGATED REGULATION (EU) …/. . . of 13. 3. 2019 supplementing Directive 2010/40/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the deployment and operational use of cooperative intelligent transport systems Agenda Slide 24 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

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14 -16 May 2019 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -19/0061 r 02 Topics mentioned since March • Amendment for Japan’s Regulations for Radio Equipment • • FCC NPRM 18 -295 , 6 GHz • • Dropping down to more accurate reporting. , https: //docs. fcc. gov/public/attachments/FCC-19 -24 A 1. pdf FCC 39 GHz re-configuration (for auction) • • Mobile service part 20, for accuracy in height, +/- 3 meters, https: //docs. fcc. gov/public/attachments/FCC-19 -20 A 1. pdf TVWS location accuracy • • Reply comments from others submitted, not from IEEE 802. looks like AFC is on the way, https: //www. fcc. gov/ecfs/search/filings? proceedings_name=18 -295&sort=date_disseminated, DESC E 911 location accuracy • • Japan will arrange the technical regulations of the WLAN System for the expansion of use the WLAN system with IEEE 802. 11 ax support, : https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/19/18 -19 -0042 -00 -0000 japan-s-outline-of-proposed-amendment-to-ministerial-ordinance. pdf https: //www. fcc. gov/ecfs/search/filings? proceedings_name=14 -177&sort=date_disseminated, DESC Expanding Flexible Use of the 3. 7 to 4. 2 GHz Band • Commission seeks to identify potential opportunities for additional terrestrial use for wireless broadband services of 500 megahertz of mid-band spectrum between 3. 7 -4. 2 GHz. • https: //www. federalregister. gov/documents/2019/04/04/2019 -06472/expanding-flexible-use-of-the-37 -to-42 -ghzband? utm_campaign=subscription%20 mailing%20 list&utm_source=federalregister. gov&utm_medium=email TCBC workshop highlights, e. g. . 11 ax mentioned and a presentation, C-V 2 X mentioned • MIT request for waiver of Wi. Track UWB 6 -8. 5 GHz, hopping UWB <500 MHz channels • Agenda https: //www. fcc. gov/ecfs/search/filings? proceedings_name=19 -89&sort=date_disseminated, DESC Slide 25 Jay Holcomb (Itron)