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May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 IEEE 802. 18 Radio

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 IEEE 802. 18 Radio Regulatory TAG Waikoloa Meeting Plan and Agenda Date: 2016 -05 -16 Authors: Agenda Slide 1 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Abstract This presentation is

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Abstract This presentation is the plan for the IEEE 802. 18 Radio Regulatory Technical Advisory Group meeting at the Waikoloa IEEE 802 Wireless Interim the week of May 16, 2016. Agenda Slide 2 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Agenda [TAM 2, Th.

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Agenda [TAM 2, Th. AM 1+2] • Administrative items • Introduction • Reports & Discussion – – – FCC DSRC Stakeholders Meeting FCC 16 -55 NITA Io. T RFC ETSI Updates Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit Ofcom 5 GHz Consultation • Actions required – Ofcom 5 GHz Consultation – TBD • AOB and Adjourn Agenda Slide 3 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Administrative Items • Required

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Administrative Items • Required notices – Affiliation FAQ - http: //standards. ieee. org/faqs/affiliation. FAQ. html – Anti-Trust FAQ - http: //standards. ieee. org/resources/antitrustguidelines. pdf – Ethics - http: //www. ieee. org/portal/cms_docs/about/Co. E_poster. pdf – IEEE 802 Policies and Procedures - http: //www. ieee 802. org/devdocs. shtml • Officers – Chair is Rich Kennedy (HP Enterprise) – Vice-chair is Jay Holcomb (Itron) Agenda Slide 4 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Other Guidelines for IEEE

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 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. -------------------------------- 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. Agenda Slide 5 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Reports FCC DSRC Stakeholders

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Reports FCC DSRC Stakeholders Meeting FCC 16 -55 NITA Io. T RFC ETSI Updates Dynamic Spectrum Alliance Global Summit Ofcom 5 GHz Consultation Agenda Slide 6 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 FCC DSRC Stakeholders Meeting

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 FCC DSRC Stakeholders Meeting • March 23 rd at the FCC • More than 50 people – FCC OET – NTIA – USDOT • Julie Knapp looking to start a 3 -phase test program to show efficacy of sharing protocols – Phase 1: FCC lab testing od samples – Phase 2: Limited field testing – Phase 3: Rigorous field testing • Document “soon” – Could be NOI, PN or FNPRM Agenda Slide 7 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 FCC 16 -55 •

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 FCC 16 -55 • Second R&O in GN Docket 12 -354 – https: //apps. fcc. gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-16 -55 A 1. docx – Finalizes the framework for the Citizens Broadband Radio Service – Also resolves the three outstanding issues raised in the Second FNPRM • Employs an engineering-based approach for determining when a Priority Access License area is in use • Adopts a robust and flexible secondary market regime for Priority Access Licenses • Balances the expanded access for wireless broadband operators with the need to protect fixed satellite service operations, and adopts protections that will be tailored to the characteristics of each grandfathered earth station Agenda Slide 8 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 NTIA RFC: Io. T • https:

doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 NTIA RFC: Io. T • https: //www. ntia. doc. gov/federal-register-notice/2016/rfc-potential-rolesgovernment-fostering-advancement-internet-of-things • Examples of spectrum related questions: – What technological issues may hinder the development of Io. T, if any? a. Examples of possible technical issues could include: i. Interoperability ii. Insufficient/contradictory/proprietary standards/platforms iii. Spectrum availability and potential congestion/interference iv. Availability of network infrastructure v. Other b. What can the government do, if anything, to help mitigate these technical issues? – What factors should the Department of Commerce and, more generally, the federal government consider when prioritizing their technical activities with regard to Io. T and its applications, and why? Agenda

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 ETSI in Process •

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 ETSI in Process • EN 300 328 in ENAP; planning for next revision • EN 301 893 still resolving issues; trying to complete in June; now December • EN 301 598 (TVWS) in limbo – no rapporteur or pressure to get it done • Technical Reports on 5 GHz band sharing – TR 103 317 EESS in the 5 350 MHz to 5 470 MHz band – TR 103 318 Radiolocation Systems in the 5 350 MHz to 5 470 MHz and 5 725 MHz to 5 850 MHz bands – TR 103 319 Road Tolling and Intelligent Transport systems in the 5 725 MHz to 5 925 MHz band Agenda Slide 10 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 DSA Global Summit •

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 DSA Global Summit • April 26 th Regulator Workshop – Update on unlicensed spectrum access – Path to affordable Internet access • April 27 th – 28 th Summit – – Agenda 6 Keynote addresses 7 Panel discussions 18 Regulators in attendance Emphasis on connecting the unconnected Slide 11 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 DSA Global Summit: Keynotes

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 DSA Global Summit: Keynotes • • • Prof. H Nwana, Executive Director, Dynamic Spectrum Alliance [ Download Now ] Mr. Orlando Ayala, Chairman and Corporate Vice President of Emerging Businesses, Microsoft Corporation [ English ] Dr. Martha Liliana Suárez Peñaloza, Director, Agencia Nacional del Espectro (ANE), Colombia David Luna Sánchez, Minister of Information and Communications Technology (Colombia) [ Download Now ] Mr. Haiyun Tang, Chief Executive Officer, Adaptrum Inc. [ Download Now ] Mr. Mario Maniewicz, Deputy Director, Radiocommunications Bureau, International Telecommunications Union (ITU) [ Download Now] Agenda Slide 12 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 DSA Global Summit: Panels

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 DSA Global Summit: Panels – – – – Agenda Challenges to Universal and Affordable Connectivity in Latin America and Beyond: Implications for Policymakers, Businesses, and Civil Society Country Viewpoints on the Analogue to Digital Switch-Over: 4 G Spectrum Awards, Opportunities for Dynamic Spectrum Access, and the Future of Digital Broadcasting New Developments in Spectrum Sharing: Unlicensed Allocations, Unlicensed Managed Access, Exclusive Use and Non-Exclusive Licensing, New Wi-Fi and LTE Technologies and Standards, Databases, Sensing, and More The Next Opportunities for Dynamic Spectrum Access and Connectivity: 2. 3 GHz, 3. 5 GHz, and Above Innovative Use Cases for Dynamic Spectrum Access Technologies: Transportation, Rural Broadband, Public and Food Safety, Agriculture, Education, Healthcare, Network Resilience and Disaster Recovery, Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement, Humanitarian Aid, Smart Cities, and More A Discussion with the Regulators: Regulatory Best Practices for Greater Spectrum Utilization from Across the Globe Driving the Ecosystem: Smart Financing, and Next Steps to Achieve Global Connectivity Slide 13 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Access Affordability Billions of

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Access Affordability Billions of People on Earth Average Annual Income Affordable Monthly Communications Spend 1 st $49, 206 $205 2 nd $12, 722 $53 3 rd $5, 540 $23 4 th $2, 987 $12 5 th $1, 771 $7 6 th $1, 065 $4. 40 7 th $540 $2. 25 Agenda Slide 14 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Ofcom 5 GHz Consultation

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Ofcom 5 GHz Consultation • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/16/18 -16 -0032 -00 -0000 -ofcom-5 -ghzconsultation. pdf • Opening more of the 5 GHz band – Short term 5725 -5850 MHz – Medium term 5150 -5350 changes – Long term 5350 -5470 MHz • Deadline for comments: July 22, 2016 Agenda Slide 15 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Goals • This

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Goals • This consultation sets out our proposals for increasing the amount of radio spectrum available for Wi-Fi in the 5 GHz band to deliver high speed wireless broadband for consumers. • Wi-Fi is one of the UK’s most important vehicles for communications, commerce and entertainment. 85% of the UK’s 27 million households have a broadband connection. Virtually all of these households use Wi-Fi to provide the final link between their home broadband router and the various wireless devices in their homes. • We have a specific short-term focus on the 5725 -5850 MHz band… • Re-examining the technical requirements for Wi-Fi Agenda – Removing outdoor restrictions on Wi-Fi access to the 5150 -5350 MHz range – Retaining the longer term objective of opening up spectrum if possible at 5350 -5470 MHz and 5850 -5925 MHz Slide 16 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Questions 1 -4

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Questions 1 -4 • • Question 1: Do you agree with our proposal to prioritise consideration of the 5725 -5850 MHz frequencies for Wi-Fi, subject to appropriate protections to other users, in particular satellite services? Question 2: Do you agree with our proposal to re-examine the requirement for DFS across the 5 GHz band, subject to appropriate protections to other users? Question 3: Do you think we should pursue the other options we have identified: opening up 5850 -5925 MHz; outdoor Wi-Fi use at 5150 -5350 MHz; and opening up the ‘centre gap’ at 5350 -5470? Question 4: What are your views on the future growth in demand for Wi-Fi? In which use scenarios do you expect to see the greatest pressure for delivery of high quality Wi-Fi access? What evidence do you have to support your views? Agenda Slide 17 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Questions 5 -8

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Questions 5 -8 • Question 5: Do you think technology improvements and densification of access points will be sufficient to meet demand or will there also be a need for more spectrum beyond that which we propose to make available? What evidence do you have to link between demand for data and demand for additional spectrum? • Question 6: What real life speed and quality of experience can consumers expect in practice from devices using the 5 GHz spectrum as authorised in the UK now? What changes can we expect as the number of devices increases and technology improves? What difference in speeds and quality of experience would additional spectrum make? • Question 7: How important is contiguous spectrum? How wide should channels be to support future demand? • Question 8: Do you believe we have correctly identified the incumbent services in 5150 -5925 MHz which need to be taken into account in considering opening up more 5 GHz spectrum for Wi-Fi? Are there any other services which will need to be taken into account in future studies? Agenda Slide 18 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Questions 9 -10

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Consultation Questions 9 -10 • • • Question 9: What coexistence studies, measurement campaigns and mitigation techniques do you believe would be most effective for demonstrating coexistence between Wi-Fi and incumbent users? Question 10: Do you intend to participate and provide technical material into the ITU and CEPT work? In what way? We can also answer questions Ofcom has not asked Agenda Slide 19 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Actions • Ofcom 5

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Actions • Ofcom 5 GHz consultation – Decide which questions we should answer – Begin to draft answers • TBD Agenda Slide 20 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Motion • To approve

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Motion • To approve the minutes from the March meeting in Macau, in document 18 -16/0010 r 0, posted 17 March 2016. • • Moved by Seconded by Discussion? Vote: Agenda Slide 21 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Any Other Business •

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Any Other Business • Link. NYC letter (in 802. 19) – https: //www. newamerica. org/nyc/fast-and-free/. – The conference video can be found on You. Tube by clicking here. • ETSI ERM TG 41 – Wireless industrial automation; Radio equipment to be used in the 5, 725 GHz to 5, 875 GHz frequency range with power levels ranging up to 400 m. W; Harmonised Standard covering the essential requirements of article 3. 2 of the Directive 2014/53/EU • Petition for Reconsideration on OOBE in U-NII-3 – New TX mask can interfere with ch 172 (5860 MHz) Agenda Slide 22 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Teleconferences • Thursdays at

May 2016 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -16/0025 r 3 Teleconferences • Thursdays at 3: 00 pm ET for one hour Agenda Slide 23 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise