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November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 IEEE 802. 18 RR-TAG

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 IEEE 802. 18 RR-TAG Orlando Meeting Agenda Dates: 2017 -11 -07 2017 -11 -09 Authors: Agenda Slide 1 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Call to Order and

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Call to Order and Agenda • • • Call to Order (attendance server is open) Administrative Items Approve Agenda Approve Waikoloa minutes Approve Teleconference minutes Discussion items • • • EMEA APAC The Global Public Policy Committee Actions required • • Americas TBD (decided by the TAG on Tuesday) Approve Reply Comments Mid-Band NOI, if available. Approve Teleconferences moving forward AOB and Adjourn Agenda Slide 2 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Administrative Items Number of

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Administrative Items Number of voters: 40 (9 on EC) , Number of Aspirant members: 13 Required notices Affiliation FAQ - http: //standards. ieee. org/faqs/affiliation. FAQ. html Be sure to announce you name and affiliation the first time you speak. Anti-Trust FAQ - http: //standards. ieee. org/resources/antitrust-guidelines. pdf Ethics - http: //www. ieee. org/portal/cms_docs/about/Co. E_poster. pdf IEEE 802 WG Policies and Procedures - http: //www. ieee 802. org/devdocs. shtml The 4 administration slides, reminder from your WG opening plenary (note: call for essential patents is n/a, as the RR-TAG does not do standards) Officers or the RR-TAG / IEEE 802. 18: Chair is Rich Kennedy (HP Enterprise) Vice-chair is Jay Holcomb (Itron) - Presiding this week in Orlando. Secretary: Allan Zhu (Huawei) Agenda Slide 3 Rich Kennedy HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Other Guidelines for IEEE

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 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, 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 4 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Participation in IEEE 802

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Participation in IEEE 802 Meetings All participation in IEEE 802 Working Group meetings 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”. (http: //ieee 802. org/PNP/approved/IEEE_802_WG_Pand. P_v 19. pdf section 4. 2. 1) • You have an obligation to act and vote as an individual and not under the direction of any other individual or group. Your obligation to act and vote as an individual applies in all cases, regardless of any external commitments, agreements, contracts, or orders. • You 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 http: //ieee 802. org/PNP/approved/IEEE_802_WG_Pand. P_v 19. pdf section 3. 4. 1, 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. Agenda Slide 5 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Motions #1, #2 and

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Motions #1, #2 and #3 Motion: To approve the agenda as presented in 18 -17/0130 r 01. Moved by: Stuart Kerry Seconded by: Vijay Auluck Discussion? Vote: 19 -Y / 0 -N / 0 -A Motion: To approve the minutes from the IEEE 802. 18 meeting at the Waikoloa Wireless Interim in document 18 -17/0119 r 0. Posted: 14 -Sep-2017 22: 01: 00 ET Moved by: John Notor Seconded by: Thomas Kuerner Discussion? Vote: Unanimous consent Motion: To approve the minutes from the IEEE 802. 18 Teleconferences since the Waikoloa Interim. Moved by: Vijay Auluck Seconded by: Stuart Kerry Discussion? Vote: Unanimous consent Agenda Slide 6 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Discussion Items • Americas

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Discussion Items • Americas updates • • • New spectrum bill proposed (S. 1682) FCC Technological Advisory Council on improving regulations Equipment Authorization rule changes now active DSRC in 5. 9 GHz still being debated FCC Mid-band spectrum NOI in Reply Comments • EMEA updates • ETSI TC BRAN #95 results • ERM TG 11 #52 results • 6 GHz band opening study in process • 60 GHz band adjustments started • APAC updates • Australia (ACMA) consultations • India (TRAI) consultations • Singapore (IMDA) consultation • GPPC Position Statement Agenda Slide 7 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Americas [1] • New

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Americas [1] • New spectrum bill proposed (S. 1682) • • https: //www. congress. gov/bill/115 th-congress/senate-bill/1682/text https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0133 -00 -0000 -s-1682 -bill-to-facilitatenational-pipeline-of-spectrum-for-commercial-and-other-purposes. pdf • Section 6(b): • RULE MAKING ON THE UNLICENSED USE OF THE FREQUENCY BAND BETWEEN 5925 MEGAHERTZ AND 7125 MEGAHERTZ. —Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Commission, in consultation with the NTIA, shall issue a notice of proposed rule making with respect to creating opportunities for the unlicensed use of spectrum in the frequencies between 5925 and 7125 megahertz without causing harmful interference with any incumbents in that band Agenda Slide 8 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 S. 1682 • This

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 S. 1682 • This bill requires the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to complete auctions during each of the next three calendar years that will grant new broadcast licenses for specified frequency spectrum bands. • The FCC and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration are directed to identify frequencies in specified spectrum bands that may be utilized for: (1) non-federal unlicensed use; and (2) commercial licensed use. • The FCC must allocate 10% of proceeds from each of the spectrum band auctions specified in the bill to expand wireless infrastructure in rural areas that are underserved or unserved. • The FCC shall conduct a study on how unlicensed frequency spectrum bands can be utilized for: (1) the provision of healthcare in rural areas, (2) distance learning, and (3) facilitating innovations in agriculture. Agenda Slide 9 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Americas [2] • FCC

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Americas [2] • FCC TAC on improving regulations • ET Docket No. 17 -215, comment deadline was 20 October. • • https: //apps. fcc. gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DA-17 -800 A 1. pdf • No outcome yet. Rich did provide some input and has been asked to attend the calls. https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -01 -0000 -fcc-tac-removing-rulestechnical-inquiry. pdf • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0128 -00 -0000 -fcc-tac-meeting-discussion. pptx • New Equipment Rules, in effect as of 02 November • • Rules adopted last July are now in the Federal Register (Vol. 82, No. 211) • https: //apps. fcc. gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-17 -93 A 1. pdf https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0134 -00 -0000 -1 st-r-o-et-docket-no-15170 -authorization-of-rf-equipment. pdf • SDo. C, E-Labeling, custom’s form gone, use more industry standards, etc. • DSRC in 5. 9 GHz still being debated • Demise of DSRC debunked by US DOT (DOT still working on V 2 V) Agenda Slide 10 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Americas [3] • FCC

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Americas [3] • FCC Mid-band spectrum NOI in Reply Comments • • Deadline extended two weeks to 15 November We had some questions on GPPC process. That is being worked out, see later slides. • Will discuss reply comments, in particular to address the IEEE BTS – Broadcast Technologies Society and their reply comments. • Reply comment points to review and update: • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0137 -00 -0000 -802 -11 -response-toieee-bts-reply-comments. pptx • Note: We need to keep 802. 15 / UWB that is already there in mind and that co-existence with 802. 11 is an issue. • Goal: If we can work out comments with 802. 15 and 802. 11, to format, finalize and approve Thursday AM 1, then it can be voted on at the EC closing meeting Friday. • Then we are ready to file before the deadline. • Next step is a small group will draft a couple of pages to bring to the RRTAG, Thursday AM 1. Agenda Slide 11 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 EMEA • ETSI TC

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 EMEA • ETSI TC BRAN #95 results • TR 103 524 (6 GHz SRdoc) has advanced and on the way to ERM , then SE 45 after that. • Discussion of new work for EN 301 893 • Revised receiver requirements and addition of UK 5, 8 GHz requirements • For the band plan will leave up to SE 45 and FM 57, as we understand ITS asking for 20 MHz guard band. • ERM TG 11 #52 results • EN 300 328 v 2. 1. 11 completed (in ENAP; to become v 2. 2. 1) • Receiver blocking limits requested by WFA accepted en_300328 v 020101 p. pdf page 37 en_300328 v 020200 a. pdf page 39 (to be v 2. 2. 1) • 6 GHz project started • • WG SE created SE 45 with WI SE 45_1 • WGFM created FM 57 with WI FM 57_1 60 GHz band adjustments started • Agenda New WI to expand band to 71 GHz and move ITS off boundary between two Wi. Gig channels Slide 12 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 APAC-1 • Australia consultations

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 APAC-1 • Australia consultations • “Review of Interference Management Principles” • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0136 -00 -0000 -acma-review-ofinterference-management-principles. docx • The closing date for submissions was COB, Friday 22 September 2017, waiting for results. • https: //www. acma. gov. au/the. ACMA/review-of-interference-management-principles << no comments on line • “Future use of the 3. 6 GHz band” • Includes 5600 -5650 MHz band • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0092 -00 -0000 -acma-future-use-of-the 3 -6 -ghz-band. docx • The closing date for submissions was COB, Friday 4 August 2017. • https: //www. acma. gov. au/the. ACMA/uture-approach-to-the-3_6 -ghz-band • There are some comments here now. Agenda Slide 13 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 APAC - 2 •

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 APAC - 2 • India (TRAI) consultation • “Recommendations on Spectrum, Roaming and Qo. S related requirements in Machine-to-Machine (M 2 M) Communications” • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0135 -00 -0000 -trai-indiarecommendations-on-spectrum-roaming-and-qos-related-requirements-in-m 2 m -comms. pdf • Monitoring for outcome • Singapore (IMDA) consultation • “ 5 G mobile services and networks” • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0094 -00 -0000 -singapore-5 gconsultation. pdf • Was to IMDA by 7 July 2017. Monitoring for outcome. Agenda Slide 14 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 GPPC Position Statement on

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 GPPC Position Statement on Contiguously Allocated Spectrum • Documents were received on 03 November • https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0131 -00 -0000 -ieee-sacontiguously-allocated-spectrum-position-1. docx • (There was a second document though looks to be a dupe. It is 18 -17/0132 r 00) • We have been asked to review and comment on these by 13 November. • This is to be a high level position paper that we do not want to restrict any regulatory public comments/communications from IEEE 802, it’s Working Groups and TAGs. • See Rev 18 -17/0131 r 01 for updates discussed in the meeting. Agenda Slide 15 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 GPPC approval process •

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 GPPC approval process • Following 802. 18 TAG and 802 EC 10 day approvals, the Global Public Policy Committee would add another 7 -day approval process on correspondence. • E. g. if we receive a document we decide to respond to, that has a typical 30 -day Comment period, the TAG has a maximum of 13 -days to outline, compose and approve the response • Based on our meeting and teleconference schedule, we could lose 6 -days due to the asynchronous regulator/IEEE schedules • • This would leave us a total of 7 -days for our entire process, which is not sufficient. Actually some Reply Comment periods are only 15 -days and at times the TAG does not receive requests on day one. • It is being researched if we stay within the IEEE Position Statements, we would not need the additional approval. Agenda Slide 16 Rich Kennedy, HP Enterprise

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Thursday Agenda • Reminder

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Thursday Agenda • Reminder of IEEE policies we are under • If available, finalize and approve Reply Comments to the Mid-Band NOI. • Approve marked up IEEE SA Position Statement • No other items from Tuesday. • Approve Teleconferences moving forward. Agenda Slide 17 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Actions Required • Status

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Actions Required • Status on FCC Mid-Band NOI reply comments • Action Item from Tuesday: Small group met Wednesday afternoon. • Compromise between 802. 11 and 802. 15 could not be reached. • Each working group will be doing their own Reply Comments, going through the EC this Friday. • Documents will be posted on the respective Mentor pages when available. • It was noted that it was unfortunate that IEEE 802 is not having united reply comments. We need to always strive for a single reply for all IEEE 802 WGs and TAGs. Agenda Slide 18 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Motion #4 Motion: To

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Motion #4 Motion: To approve revised document https: //mentor. ieee. org/802. 18/dcn/17/18 -17 -0131 -02 -0000 -ieee-sacontiguously-allocated-spectrum-position-1. docx, RR_TAG Marked up DRAFT IEEE-SA POSITION STATEMENT on “Additional Spectrum Needed” for review and approval by the EC for sending to the IEEE-SA on or before 13 November 2017. The Chair and Vice Chair of 802. 18 are authorized to make editorial changes as necessary. • • Moved by: Vijay Auluck Seconded by: Mike Lynch Discussion? Vote: 15 Y / 1 N / 1 A Agenda Slide 19 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Motion #5 • Motion:

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Motion #5 • Motion: The 802. 18 Chair or Vice Chair is directed to conduct, as necessary, teleconferences on Thursdays at 2: 30 pm ET through 26 April 2018 • • Moved by: Mike Lynch Seconded by: Stuart Kerry Discussion? Vote: 16 Y / 0 N / 0 A Agenda Slide 20 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Any Other Business /

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Any Other Business / Adjourn • Next teleconference: 30 November at 14: 30 ET • Two weeks from now is a major US holiday (Thanksgiving Day) • For future reference, to have better context and final audience on things like the IEEE-SA Additional Spectrum Needed paper would be helpful. • Adjourn: • • Agenda is complete, Motion to Adjourn. Moved by: Stuart Kerry Seconded by: Peter Ecclesine We are adjourned. • Thank You Agenda Slide 21 Jay Holcomb (Itron)

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Safe Travels Agenda Slide

November 2017 doc. : IEEE 802. 18 -17/0130 r 02 Safe Travels Agenda Slide 22 Jay Holcomb (Itron)