One communication channel defined in this standard interoperates with IEEE For other channels this standard coexists with IEEE using IEEE . IEEE Approved Draft Standard for Low-Frequency (less than kHz) Narrowband Power Line Communications for Smart Grid Applications – Amendment 1. IEEE P Draft Standard for Broadband over Power Line Networks: Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications. Report on the meeting held in .
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Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, August June – PAR approved November – Adoption of the general work flow – Formation of a sub-group to develop unified requirements January – Approval of the use cases – Decision to split the requirements into three clusters: September – Approval of the channel and noise models.
February – Approval of requirements split into three clusters: October – One in-home proposal and one access proposal remain as candidates for confirmation after the first round of elimination voting.
March – A single coexistence proposal remains as candidate for confirmation after the last round of elimination voting. July – The first round of confirmation voting for the in-home, access, and coexistence proposals is held. All three votes fail.
September – The second round of confirmation voting for the in-home, access, and coexistence proposals is held. The votes on the in-home and access proposals fail.
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The vote on the coexistence proposal is ruled invalid because the number of abstain votes exceeds the established percentage. A reset vote is held for in-home and access yielding a single proposal for confirmation in the in-home cluster, and two proposals for the access cluster. A voluntary merger in the access cluster is announced at the end of the meeting, bringing the total for access to a single proposal. November – The first round of confirmation voting for the in-home and access proposals is held.
December – The second round of confirmation voting for the in-home, access, and coexistence clusters is held. All three proposals are confirmed. February – A tentative table of contents of the Draft Standard is adopted and four Technical Subgroups are formed to merge the confirmed proposals and develop a unified document. July – The first Draft Standard is created. The Draft is sent for comment and vote on whether it is ready to go to Sponsor Ballot.
Related chapters and annexes are removed from the Draft.
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Comment resolution on Draft 1. The comments received on Draft 2. The WG decides to move Draft 3.
Initial day sponsor ballot on Draft 3. The WG decides to move Draft 4. The second recirculation sponsor ballot on Draft 4. The working group, formed in Junehas grown from 20 to more than 50 members. Members are corporations, government agencies, trade associations, universities, and standards developing organizations.
Each entity has one vote. Standards are developed in company-based working groups in which each member has one vote. This industry-oriented program allows for standards creation in as little as one to two years, depending on participant iee and funding for IEEE services that can optimize all phases of the standards development process.