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Status on OFDM comments, as of 7/1/2010.
Subgroup Participants: Charles Razzel, Shusaku Shimada, Steve Shearer, Mark Wilbur, Tim Schmidl, Kuor-Hsin Chang, Sangsung Choi, Khurram Waheed, Chuck Millet, Larry Taylor, Rishi Mohindra, Cristina Seibert, Jay Ramasastry, Monique Brown, Emmanuel Monnerie, Yosi Stein, Clint Powell
161 comments flagged as “technical” and “OFDM” in 15-10-0283-11-004g-lb51-comments.xls
18 have been accepted (A or AP) in Beijing.
12 ready for the plenary in San Diego (flagged “adhoc”).
52 have a proposed resolution but are still a work in progress. For most of them, the participants have requested more time to review the proposed resolution. For the others, some participants have been assigned to provide the proposed resolution. These comments are flagged “wp”.
79 have not been worked (flagged “nw”).
“Work in Progress” Comments:
STF & LTF
STF definition: 964, 974, 975, 976 (duplicated: 977-981), 996, 997. Cristina, Steve, Tim, Sangsung will provide further details around the STF definition.
LTF definition: 1029. Emmanuel will request clarification to the author.
Definition of the scrambler: 1035, 1037, 1379, 1380, 1444 (Duplicate 1445, 1446, 1447, 1448), 1449. Proposed resolutions have been made. The participants have requested more time to review the documents.