The Impact of Internet Standards on Wireless Networks

May 31, 2000, Chicago
Hosted by Motorola

This PCCA standards and architecture meeting will be held in Chicago
at Motorola.


Meeting Agenda
Meeting Location
Hotel Information

Increasingly, wireless networks and the Internet are converging. Users are
accessing the Internet via wireless networks, customers are linking their
intranets to wireless carriers via the Internet, Internet protocols are
being used within wireless networking infrastructures and voice
communications itself will soon be delivered using IP.

Internet standards are predominantly formalized by the Internet
Engineering Task Force (IETF) as requests for comments (RFCs). The IETF is
involved in many new RFCs and activities that will have a broad impact on
wireless networks. The significance and the scope of these IETF efforts is
not well documented nor well understood.

The purpose of this meeting is to identify IETF efforts that have a
bearing on wireless networking, to identify areas where IETF work will
enhance the deployment of new wireless systems and applications, to
identify associated issues and problems and to develop recommendations.

Some specific areas of interest include:



10:00 AM to  4:00 PM - Internet Standards and Wireless Networks MEETING LOCATION

The meeting will be held in a meeting room at Motorola. Meeting
details are being supplied to registrants only.


If you are interested in participating in this meeting, please register by
sending e-mail to us with your name, company name,
e-mail address and phone number. PCCA member companies do not
have to pay a fee to attend the meeting. Non-member companies may
attend up to two meetings as observers. There is a $300 per company
fee for observing a meeting. This fee can be applied towards
membership in the PCCA.


The PCCA has blocked 30 rooms at the Radisson Schaumburg for the May 31st
meeting. The room rate is $99 and it provides shuttle service to and from
the airport. In addition, the hotel has agreed to provide shuttle service
to and from Motorola.  Time of the shuttle will be determined. The Radisson
Hotel is approximately 5-10 minutes from Motorola Headquarters.

They will hold these rooms at this rate until May 16, 2000. When making
reservations call 1-800-333-3333 and reference the PCCA name.

Radisson Hotel Schaumburg
1725 E. Algonquin Rd
Schaumburg, IL  60173

For anyone who is interested in renting a car Chris Burke from Motorola has
provided the following information.

Motorola is 15 miles from the airport. Travel time depends on time of day
(bad rush hour). Tolls are under $1.00 each way.

Directions from Expedia:
Start: Depart Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Illinois on Local
road(s) (East) <0.1 miles
1: Turn RIGHT (South) onto Departures Terminal 1; 0.6 miles
2: Continue (North) on Ramp I-190 East; 0.4 miles
3: Merge onto I-190; 1.6 miles
4: At I-190 Exit 1C, turn off onto Ramp I-294 North Tollway; 0.2 miles
5: *Toll Road* Merge onto I-294 Toll [Tri-State Toll N]; 0.1 miles
6: *Toll Road* Turn off onto Ramp I-90 West/N-W Tollway; 0.9 miles
7: *Toll Road* Merge onto I-90 Toll [Northwest Toll W]; 8.7 miles
8: Turn off onto Ramp I-290/SR-53; 1.1 miles
9: Merge onto SR-62 [Algonquin Rd]; 1.4 miles
End: Arrive 1295 E Algonquin Rd, Schaumburg, IL, 60173 <0.1 miles
Total Route: 15.0 mi; 26 mins

For any hotel questions, please contact Gloria Kowalski.