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Broadband over Power Line (BPL) PAR

Broadband over Power Line (BPL) PAR

BPL PAR • The Communication Society has sponsored a PAR for broadband over power

BPL PAR • The Communication Society has sponsored a PAR for broadband over power line. • The PAR has been distributed to the EC reflector • Several issues have been raised concerning this PAR – In order for the technology to be bridgeable they would need to participate in 802. 1 – There is potential interference from BPL that could affect the wireless 802 standards

Meeting to Discuss BPL PAR • We held a meeting to discuss the BPL

Meeting to Discuss BPL PAR • We held a meeting to discuss the BPL PAR at the chair’s request • Attendees: Paul Nikolich Gunter Kleindl Chantal Gazaille Carl Stephenson Brian Ford Mat Sherman Tom Siep Barry O’Mahony Chantal Davis Steve Whitesell Steve Shellhammer

Meeting Summary • Paul expressed some of his concerns about the BPL PAR •

Meeting Summary • Paul expressed some of his concerns about the BPL PAR • Barry O’Mahony gave a presentation on “US BPL Regulatory Status”, 19 -05 -0009 r 0 • Carl Stephenson showed a video demonstrating the effect of interference from BPL on amateur radio • Discussed recommendations to Paul on his comments on the BPL PAR

Recommendation to Paul on BPL PAR 13 Scope of Proposed Project • The scope

Recommendation to Paul on BPL PAR 13 Scope of Proposed Project • The scope of the project is too broad. The PAR should be broken into at least two individual PARs for first/last mile and in-premises distribution. • The PAR does not address coexistence with IEEE 802 standards. Please add the following text to the Scope of the project “The standard will coexist with IEEE 802 standards. ” 21 Additional Explanatory Notes • The statement regarding the liaison with IEEE 802 needs to be reworded. Please change it to say “It is the intension of the group to establish a liaison with project IEEE 802 to facilitate sharing of information regarding network architecture and coexistence. ”

Final Recommendation • The 802 Architecture Committee recommends that the LMSC join the BPL

Final Recommendation • The 802 Architecture Committee recommends that the LMSC join the BPL sponsor ballot, since it will be using Entity Voting