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To: engineer who wrote (46806)1/31/2021 9:27:14 PM
From: Peter Ecclesine
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The big amendments, 11ac, 11ax, 11be take 5-7 years
11ac started in 2008, 11ax started in 2014, 11be started in 2019

ieee802.org

WiFi Alliance does an early release approval before the amendment is published, then an r2
a couple of years later with whatever options become popular.

Getting a 2000 person year project over the finish line is hard, as many pull away to the next big project.

Look at start and RevCom and SB approval timespans on your favorite amendments.

Little ones like 11j Japan, 11y 3650 MHz, 11af TVWS take 2-3 years, depending on Korea Inc or other
opposing blocks.

petere

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To: Peter Ecclesine who wrote (46807)2/1/2021 2:10:07 AM
From: elmatador
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Good stuff.
Have you met the author of the article Claus Hetting CEO of Wi-Fi NOW?

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To: elmatador who wrote (46808)2/1/2021 7:28:30 AM
From: Peter Ecclesine
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Yes, we were on video conf with Claus last week to discuss a 6 GHz workshop. He had slipped on ice the day before and was waiting minor surgery. Wi-Fi NOW does market promotion where opportunity presents - e.g., April 24, 2020 in Washington DC. Right now Regions 1 and 2 are presenting opportunities.

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To: Peter Ecclesine who wrote (46809)2/1/2021 9:47:14 AM
From: elmatador
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Yes. He broke his wrist and had to to get the bones screwed back into place

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To: elmatador who wrote (46810)3/4/2021 11:52:53 AM
From: Peter Ecclesine
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Wi-Fi NOW Brazil 6 GHz - starts about 38 minutes in for 20 minutes - slides in English, speaker in Portugese, questions in English Klaus conducts the discussion

wifinowglobal.com <- registration required.

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From: Peter Ecclesine3/17/2021 4:38:08 PM
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Revisiting Wireless Internet Connectivity: 5G vs Wi-Fi 6

Herein we revisited the debate associated with wireless Internet connectivity by providing a new evaluation of the two main technologies involved in the provision of next generation wireless broadband: 5G and Wi-Fi 6. Our analysis highlights how the futures for 5G and Wi-Fi 6 needs to be understood within the larger context of how earlier generations of cellular and Wi-Fi technologies have shaped the evolution of wireless networking and what this may mean for the future.

sciencedirect.com

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