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Technical Committee Report TAB N in Board Book Anil Kripalani, Chair Technical Committee August Technical Committee Report TAB N in Board Book Anil Kripalani, Chair Technical Committee August 2, 2004 Whistler, BC, Canada

Outline § Brief Report on Material in Tab N of Board Book § Presentation Outline § Brief Report on Material in Tab N of Board Book § Presentation on Board “Standards Breakout” Activities To Date – Questions Related to Normal Technical Committee (TC) and Technical Standards Subcommittee (TSSC) Work § Items from last Board meeting – NGN Issues and Broadband for Public Safety § New Opportunities – cdma 450 § Discussion among Breakout Members and further New Ideas § Preparation of Report to Full Board Meeting on Breakout Conclusions 2

Technical Committee Report § Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) and Homeland Security (HS) – TIA, Technical Committee Report § Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) and Homeland Security (HS) – TIA, along with USTA and CTIA, is a Sector Coordinator under Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7 (HSPD-7) for Telecom Sector • Information Technology (IT) Sector is now separate from Telecom – TIA is Non-Resident member of NCC Telecom ISAC – weekly staff meeting, and other initiatives, e. g. , Next Generation Networks (NGN) National Security/Emergency Preparedness (NS/EP) Task Force meets this week, TIA participating – TIA is on Board of the Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security (PCIS), Dan Bart is Private Sector Co-chair of ANSI’s Homeland Security Standards Panel (ANSI HSSP), and TIA has been asked to sit on Board of National Cyber Security Partnership (NCSP) – Security is hot topic at TIA, at Global Standards Collaboration (GSC 9), ITU, CITEL, APEC TEL, ISO, and during ANSI/ESO meetings, and, as seen yesterday, on CNN! 3

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CIP and Homeland Security Are Important Activities § IF, we do not want a CIP and Homeland Security Are Important Activities § IF, we do not want a repeat performance. . . 5

Technical Committee Report § ANSI Audit Completed – – Final Corrective Actions report was Technical Committee Report § ANSI Audit Completed – – Final Corrective Actions report was sent to ANSI Ex. SC has asked for some additional edits to TIA Engineering Manual § IPR Protection, both legal and technical are hot areas – – Veeck case effects being monitored Copyright Ad Hoc group formed under ANSI Ex. Co – ANSI Organizational Member Forum has a Digital Rights Management (DRM) ad hoc to look at technical aspects of implementing DRM and share best practices on technical and customer educational matters TIA and other sectors of EIA and other SDOs implementing DRM – – – • Dan Bart asked to Chair it, will be meeting soon • TIA implementation effective August 1, 2004 on PDF copies Both ANSI Patent Group and TIA IPR Standing Committee have frequent meetings and full agenda American Bar Association (ABA) has launched a group to look at intersection of IPR and Standards, first meeting in Atlanta, August 7 during ABA meeting Waiting for reports from FTC/DOJ Hearings on these issues TIA is co-sponsor of Seminar on Rambus September 16 in DC along with other Sectors of EIA 6

Technical Committee Report § 3 GPP 2 Secretariat reported 4 th year of under Technical Committee Report § 3 GPP 2 Secretariat reported 4 th year of under budget performance to the Organizational Partners – CDG reports cdma 2000® standard being used by 86 cdma 2000® 1 X networks and 10 1 x. EV-DO commercial networks across Asia, Americas and Europe and 15 1 X and 16 1 x. EV-DO additional networks are scheduled for 2004, including recently announced EV-DO roll-out by Sprint – 111 million cdma 2000® subscribers reported by 3 GToday as of July 2004 • up 20 million since last Board meeting • Web page printout in Board Book – Over 45 vendors of cdma 2000® devices and more than 600 devices – CDG, and IA 450 joined with 3 GPP 2 in sponsoring a successful Workshop on cdma 450 in Warsaw in June, more Workshops planned • IA 450 joined 3 GPP 2 as a Market Representation Partner (MRP) – Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) sent a letter by 3 GPP 2 seeking resolution of incompatible OMA IPR Policy • Similar actions taken by 3 GPP and ITU-T • GSC-9 also adopted a Resolution on such matters 7

Technical Committee Report § TIA staff continues to monitor ITU-T, ITU-R and CITEL and Technical Committee Report § TIA staff continues to monitor ITU-T, ITU-R and CITEL and APEC Tel preparatory work at Do. S – – – Security and NGN are hot issues at international level ITU-T has formed a Focus Group on NGN which has aggressive timeline ITU-T action seems to have preempted ETSI PP for NGN CITEL also looking at NGN directions TIA staff following the work and providing information feeds to TSSC § Project MESA was presented to CDG Board in December and Communications Industry Association of Japan (CIAJ) in January – CIAJ asked for and was given more detailed presentation during SUPERCOMM in Chicago • CIAJ representatives to attend next MESA meeting – MESA progress briefed to SAFECOM group at DHS – MESA work supports Board initiative of Broadband for Public Safety and CIP/HS – MESA has 15 Individual Members from TIA, with Lucent and Verizon showing recent interest in MESA activities, and 16 Public Safety Members 8

Technical Committee Report § TIA staff is part of governance for United States National Technical Committee Report § TIA staff is part of governance for United States National Committee (USNC) to IEC – Susan Hoyler was selected to be convenor for Sector Board 4 – Telecommunications Infrastructure ad hoc group called Wireless Inter. Networking Group (WING) – Susan will be meeting with new Chair of SB 4 at TC 86 meeting in Poland in September and brief him on TIA Wireless work § TIA participated in a successful Global Standards Collaboration (GSC-9) meeting in Korea in May 2004, and ETSI will host GSC-10 in the Fall of 2005 – NGN was an important topic of meeting along with several others such as Lawfully Authorized Electronic Surveillance, Security, IPR, and Intelligent Transportation Systems, and Ad Hoc Networks. – Fifteen Resolutions were adopted – First meeting for the ATIS delegation with demise of Committee T 1 9

Technical Committee Report § TIA/ATIS Relations – TIA staff met with ATIS staff to Technical Committee Report § TIA/ATIS Relations – TIA staff met with ATIS staff to discuss interfaces for joint standards in light of ATIS Board decision to assimilate Committee T 1 technical work – TIA and ATIS joined with other associations in sponsoring a Workshop on technical and regulatory issues raised by FBI Petition to FCC on CALEA – TIA and ATIS are co-sponsors of the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments (ACTA) that is responsible for Privatized Part 68 Administration – A current issue is whether ATIS will provide reciprocity for TIA staff where staff of each organization wants to attend the other group’s meetings – TIA and ATIS working to plan ANSI HSSP Workshop on Emergency Communications § Standards Secretariat Report – Workload challenging with reduced human resources – TIA Manager of Standards Secretariat with 7 years tenure resigned, new hire starts August 2, but training for ramp-up will be required – Non-member fees better than budget and expense items less than budget, but Standards revenue off due to industry economics and forecast at 95. 5% 10

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