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https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/16/arc/802-16list2/msg03076.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/msg03071.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. > Konbe!
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/ch/email/msg00532.html
In reality, we don't usually consider this a problem, because we assume the cabling to be well-behaved in alien noise coupling as the frequency increases.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg25706.html
Virtual attendance is a second choice IMO.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg25694.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/secmail/msg25693.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/802/11/email/stds-802-11/msg05888.html
Given the realities of time zones, the PM1 timeslot is the friendliest globally, so will likely be fully subscribed.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/email/stds-802-11/msg05889.html
Given the realities of time zones, the PM1 timeslot is the friendliest globally, so will likely be fully subscribed.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/efm/public/email/msg02132.html
The use of the term "broadband" has lead many to believe that if refers to high bandwidth, when in reality, it does not.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg26742.html
While I am not willing to admit total defeat in resumption of life amongst the many just yet, reality is here we are, and we need to adapt to the near-term reality that isolation will continue for various reasons. 
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg26743.html
While I am not willing to admit total defeat in resumption of life amongst the many just yet, reality is here we are, and we need to adapt to the near-term reality that isolation will continue for various reasons. 
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg25701.html
At this time, the reality is that many IEEE 802 stakeholder have no “choice” for various reasons: Their country will not let them travel Their company will not let them travel It is inadvisable to travel because they do not have access to an (effective) vaccine It is inadvisable to travel because their family/colleagues do not have access to an (effective) vaccine I am assuming a vaccine does stop one being a carrier, which is the current thinking They would need to quarantine on return to their home ….  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/3/at/comments/D4.2/attach/33723600024-T09-SG05-090525-TD-GEN-0137MSW-E.doc
Testing Ethernet Ports including Power Over Ethernet (802.3at and the 802.3at + variant) - 15 - TD 137 (GEN/5) INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION STUDY GROUP 5 TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2009-2012 TD 137 (GEN/5) English only Original: English Question(s): 4, 8/5 Geneva, 25-29 May 2009 TEMPORARY DOCUMENT Source: Rapporteur for Question 13/5 Title: Testing Ethernet Ports including Power Over Ethernet (802.3at and the 802.3at + variant) Summary This document analyses Ethernet and Power over Ethernet LAN ports to update the recommendations K.20/21/44/45.There are two types of Ethernet port: one type uses insulation coordination and the other uses internal or external overvoltage protection.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/PrivRecsg/email/msg00090.html
If a vendor for example is creating virtual machines, if they use their CID, it will by definition be unique from any other vendor using their CID as the basis for creating local addresses for virtualization or any other purpose.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17927.html
If a vendor for example is creating virtual machines, if they use their CID, it will by definition be unique from any other vendor using their CID as the basis for creating local addresses for virtualization or any other purpose.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17946.html
Any proposal that ignores the reality of legacy use and simply assumes local addresses are not in use, I believe is flawed, whether that assumption is in 802 or IETF or were to become a property of any standard that attempts to jump into the local address space.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/PrivRecsg/email/msg00082.html
If a vendor for example is creating virtual machines, if they use their CID, it will by definition be unique from any other vendor using their CID as the basis for creating local addresses for virtualization or any other purpose.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/16/tg2_orig/contrib/80216cc-99_35.pdf
Likewise test nearest the upper virtual block edge.
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Documents/DocumentArchives/2000_docs/0045-8S-Suggested%20MediaPlex%20Extensions%20for%20802.11.doc
Abbreviations and acronyms … CI contention interval CC contention control CO contention opportunity RR reservation request RRR reservation request ready TO transmission opportunity VDS virtual down-stream VS virtual stream VSID virtual stream identification VSS virtual side-stream VUS virtual up-stream … 6.1.1 Multimedia data services These services provide peer LLC entities with the ability to exchange MAC service data units (MSDUs).
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17933.html
Like some virtualization vendors, they chose alternative 2.  
https://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/secmail/msg17929.html
Like some virtualization vendors, they chose alternative 2.  
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/secmail/msg27143.html
No, we are not going to have 3D AR/Virtual Reality socials, but there are considerations. 
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/secmail/msg27151.html
No, we are not going to have 3D AR/Virtual Reality socials, but there are considerations.