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https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/ca/public/meeting_archive/2017/03/minutes_approved_3ca_0117.pdf
Some of these, such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are extremely aggressive and may not be based in reality. wey_3ca_1_0117.pdf The Task Force held a short discussion on a proposed liaison letter to ITU-T Q2.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/18/Meeting_documents/2002_Aug/18-02-024r0-802.18_Rep_Cmts_02-98.doc
On the contrary, we believe that sharing between the amateur community and the Part 15 community is eminently technically feasible given technically and operationally realistic usage plans by the amateur community for those shared bands in light of the realities of current and expected Part 15 uses. 12.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/18/Meeting_documents/2002_Aug/18-02-024r0f-802.18_Rep_Cmts_02-98.doc
On the contrary, we believe that sharing between the amateur community and the Part 15 community is eminently technically feasible given technically and operationally realistic usage plans for those shared bands in light of the realities of current and expected Part 15 uses. 13.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/ca/public/meeting_archive/2017/01/minutes_unapproved_3ca_0117.pdf
Some of these, such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are extremely aggressive and may not be based in reality. wey_3ca_1_0117.pdf The Task Force held a short discussion on a proposed liaison letter to ITU-T Q2.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg25705.html
Given the realities of today – I disagree with that.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg25703.html
Given the realities of today – I disagree with that.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/10G_study/email/msg00766.html
People will no longer be building extended data networks using routed meshed and semi-meshed virtual circuits, but will be using switched virtual segments over meshed semi-meshed 10GbE links.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/10G_study/email/msg00767.html
People will no > longer be building extended data networks using routed meshed and > semi-meshed virtual circuits, but will be using switched virtual > segments over meshed semi-meshed 10GbE links.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg25695.html
The prime focus of SA has been virtual tools (assessing different suppliers for webinars, workshops, and live/pre-recorded exhibitor booth sessions, etc). 
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/db/public/adhoc/presentations/lingle_3db_adhoc_01_070920.pdf
Technical need, market reality, relative cost – Smaller form factor duplex connectors?
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg01559.html
Objects between square brackets are subject to change to reflect the reality.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/10G_study/email/msg00770.html
People will no longer be building extended data networks using routed meshed and semi-meshed virtual circuits, but will be using switched virtual segments over meshed semi-meshed 10GbE links.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17963.html
The same applies to using a proprietary server-based address assignment protocol such as one from a virtualization vendor or a standardized server-based protocol such as the one for FCoE.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17966.html
The same applies to using a proprietary server-based address >assignment protocol such as one from a virtualization vendor or a >standardized server-based protocol such as the one for FCoE. > >The servers in a server based protocol can know how to check for other >servers in that protocol and coordinate their use of the space the >protocol is using.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/an/public/material/Alien%20X-talk.pdf
Such a cable may be considered like a break-out cable where the branches represent virtual channels.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/10GBT/public/material/Alien%20X-talk.pdf
Such a cable may be considered like a break-out cable where the branches represent virtual channels.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/pdfGxcqe5LH8T.pdf
It addressed reconfigurable intelligent surfaces, which was the focus of the issue. • The five course Practical Applications of Virtual and Augmented Reality in Business and Society launched on the IEEE Learning Network (ILN). • IEEE SA hosted an Open Space workshop on AuDIITA 2022 in Melbourne, Australia, on 28 September.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg26100.html
Say 30% attendance (at our current virtual attendance, that would be 300 people on site).  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg26101.html
Say 30% attendance (at our current virtual attendance, that would be 300 people on site).  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17949.html
If a virtualization vendor wants to use the local address space then it is free to decide how it wants to use them on the local LAN and the administrator of the LAN is responsible for it.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/doc00133.doc
Examples of devices which can be connected include computers, computer peripherals (similar to USB 2.0's 480 Mbps capability), PDA/HPCs, printers, set top boxes, information kiosks, image displays, virtual reality games, DVD players, and camcorders (similar to IEEE 1394's 400 Mbps capability).
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg23151.html
I did look up the trademark and found this:  Wi-Fi CERTIFIED  WiGig ™ expands the Wi-Fi ®  experience for virtual reality, ... 
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/email/stds-802-11-cac/msg03967.html
Ok, back to reality ! 
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/16/arc/802-16list2/msg03075.html
So, wherever on Earth you are, please join me in raising a glass and sending out a virtual toast to the 802.16 family.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/16/arc/802-16list2/msg03077.html
> >So, wherever on Earth you are, please join me in >raising a glass and sending out a virtual toast >to the 802.16 family.