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ITU-T Study Group 16 (Study Period 2005-2008)
Executive Summary of the Meeting
Results from previous meetings: 2009-01 | 2008-04 | 2007-06 | 2006-11 | 2006-04 | 2005-07
Meeting Results
Geneva, 3 - 13 April 2006

Major Plenary accomplishments:
  • Consented Recommendations: 34 at this meeting
    • Consent of H.324 Annex K was postponed for a special WP2/16 Plenary to be held 13 June 2006 (see TSB Collective 4/16)
  • Recommendations Decided/Determined/Approved: none at this meeting
  • Recommendations deleted or proposed for deletion: none
  • Other texts approved: errata (1), appendices (0), supplements (3), technical papers (0), and implementors’ guides (7)
  • For updates to the SG 16 management team, see below
  • List of interim meetings pre-approved: see related link
  • Final text of outgoing Liaison Statements: see related link (TIES account needed)
The meeting had 145 attendees during the meeting period (compared to 152 at the last meeting). The final list of participants is available in TD 263 (P)

Map of meeting reports & Liaison Statements (as seen by the SG 16 Plenary)

  Plen WP1 WP2 WP3
Meeting Report TD 230R2(P)
Q20: TD 231(P)
Q26: TD 232R1+ 267+ 269+ 270(P)
TD 233R2 (P) TD 234R2 (P) TD 235R1 (P) + TD 266 (P)
Liaison Statements Q20: TD 264R1 (P)
Q26: TD 268R1 (P)
Others: TD 272R1+ 273R1+ 277R1(P)
TD 236R1 (P) TD 237R1 (P) TD 238R1 (P)
Work Programme - TD 239 (P) TD 240R1 (P) TD 241 (P)

Summary of Questions’ Results

Question 1/16 Summary
Question 1 reviewed several matters in relation with H.324/M, in particular, contributions proposing call setup acceleration techniques which led to the successful creation of a new Annex K/H.324. This annex specifies a media oriented acceleration negotiation technique for H.324/M terminals. Along other enhancements, a Reduced-Complexity Decoding Operation (RCDO) for H.264 Baseline Profile Bitstreams was added to H.241 as a new Annex B. It specifies RCDO, a reduced-complexity decoding process to be applied to H.264 Baseline profile bitstreams when such use has been negotiated using Rec. H.241. Question 1 prepared two Recommendations and two Corrigenda for Consent (H.222.0 Cor. 5, H.241, H.324 Cor. 1, and H.324 Annex K). (Note: Consent of H.324 Annex K was postponed, see COM16-R10 for details).

Question 2/16 Summary
Question 2 had a very successful meeting, working to put a number of new and revised Recommendations forward for consent. It was agreed at this meeting to consent revised versions of H.323, H.225.0, H.245, and H.246. We also completed work on two new Recommendations: H.460.21 (“Message Broadcast for H.323 Systems”) and H.249 (“Extended User Input Indications”). We also approved a revised H.323 Implementers Guide and the H-series Supplement 4.

Question 3/16 Summary
Q.3/16 met for 11 quarters to review some 110 documents. Q.3/16 continued work on a number of existing work items which has resulted in seven Recommendations for Consent: H.248.19 Amendment 1, H.248.23 Corrigendum 1, H.248.38, H.248.39, H.248.41, H.248.42 and H.248.45. In addition to these Recommendations Q.3 prepared 5 documents for approval: H-Series Supplement 2 “Packages Guide”, H-Series Supplement 6 “Decomposed Gateways - Control Load Quantum - Busy Hour Context Attempts (BHCoA) and Busy Hour Session Attempts (BHSA)”, H.248 Sub-Series Implementors’ Guide, H.248.1 version 1 Implementors’ Guide and the H.248.1 version 2 Implementors’ Guide . Eight new work items were agreed for: H.248.2 Amendment 1, H.248.9 Amendment 1, H.248.25 Amendment 1, H.248.28 Amendment 1, H.248.30 Amendment 1, H.248.CCC “Connection Capability Control Package”, H.248.SCR “Statistic Conditional Reporting Package” and H.248.QHR “RTCP HR QoS Statistics Packages”. The group agreed to create an H.248.1 Living List containing desirable functionality that would require a new version of the H.248 protocol. Four Liaison Statements were generated to ITU-T Study Group 11 and ETSI TISPAN and 3GPP.
The Rapporteur would like to thank the contributors to the Q.3 work and especially the editors for their work in preparing Recommendations.

Question 4/16 Summary
This meeting revised H.350 Sub-series Implementors’ Guide clarifying the use of commPrivate attribute in H.350. It also identified several areas where enhancements of H.350 Sub-series are needed. It is expected that H.350 Sub-series will be revised at the next meeting with these corrections and enhancements.

Question 5/16 Summary
Question 5 made good progress on H.proxy, which was the primary focus of the meeting. The experts reached several important agreements, trying to clarify the expectations for this Recommendation and nature of contributions expected at the next meeting. We expect further input at the upcoming meetings, with a goal of putting the text forward for consent at the November 2006 Study Group 16 Meeting.

Question 6/16 Summary
Q.6/16 is also sometimes referred to as "VCEG" (Video Coding Experts Group). Some of the work of Q.6/16 is also conducted jointly with ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11 (MPEG) in an organization known as "the JVT" (Joint Video Team). A collocated meeting of the JVT was held during the first week of this SG 16 meeting. The JVT work was concentrated primarily on the development of extensions of Rec. H.264 to support scalable video coding (SVC) and coding of video with a 4:4:4 chroma format.

The primary goals for Q.6/16 at this meeting of SG 16 were to review the progress of Q.6 and JVT work, to reach AAP Consent on those work items that have reached sufficient maturity, and to plan future work. Q.6 items for AAP Consent at this meeting included 1) a Draft Technical Corrigendum to Rec. H.262 to correct IDCT accuracy requirements, 2) an Amendment to Rec. H.264 to support additional colour spaces and to remove the specification of the existing High 4:4:4 profile, and 3) a Draft New Rec. H.VBCM to specify syntax and semantics for video back channel messages for conveyance of status information and requests from a video receiver to a video sender. The goals of the meeting were achieved to the satisfaction of Q.6. The Question plans two interim Rapporteurs meetings.

Question 9/16 Summary
The Terms of Reference (ToRs) for the EV-VBR codec (annex Q9.A) were clarified and the schedule for standardization has been updated (annex Q9.B). Selection Methods have been discussed and a prioritization of the ToRs has been developed. From this prioritized list of requirements, two new measures of candidate performance have been developed (annex Q9.D) and will be used to aid the selection of the baseline codec. The current number of candidate codecs for the baseline selection is six; however this may reduce if further collaborations are formed (deadline 31 May 2006). The selection test conditions have been reviewed and modified (annex Q9.C) based upon this number and a liaison statement has been compiled to provide SG12 with the necessary information for them to draft the test plan for the selection of the baseline codec, hopefully in time for approval at their June meeting. An initial framework for the ToRs of the Super-Wideband modes of the codec has been created (annex Q9.E). The Question is planning an interim Rapporteurs meeting in June 2006.

Question 10/16 Summary
The group completed a new extension to ITU-T G.729 dubbed G.729EV , revisions of ITU-T G.723.1 and of G.728 Annex J. The group also revised the Implementors' Guides for G.728 and G.729. An Erratum to G.729 main body text was also prepared. Following ETSI TC DECT request, the group agreed to launch the standardisation of a Packet Loss Concealment (PLC) algorithm for G.722. Terms of Reference and time schedule have been drafted; they will be finalised by correspondence in liaison with ETSI TC DECT. The foreseen approval date is November 2006 (G.722 Appendix III). The standardization a floating point version of G.722.1C (future Annex D) has resumed and is foreseen for Consent in November 2006. G.729EV optimization/Characterization phase step 1 is completed. Characterization phase step 2 has been launched and it will be completed at next SG16 Plenary meeting. Software tools that need to be adapted to SG16 speech and audio coding ongoing standardization works will be updated. Q10/16 reviewed a proposal of a new work item on an embedded variable bit rate extension to G.722.2; it will be further discussed at the next meetings based on written input documents. Q10/16 produced outgoing Liaison Statements to SG12 (on G.191 update, G.729EV, G.722 PLC, G.722.1 D), to ETSI TC DECT (on G.722 PLC) and on G.722.2 EV (to 3GPP, 3GPP2 and ISO/MPEG).

The work will progress by correspondence and will be reviewed at the next Q10/16 meeting, planned in early June 2006 as an interim meeting.

Question 11/16 Summary
The group had as a goal to complete the work on a draft new Recommendation that defines Procedures for the end-to-end connection of analogue PSTN text telephones over an IP network utilizing text relay (V.151). A second goal was to complete the text of a new Amendment to V.150.1 that supports V.151 and also adds new SPRT data types. On completion of discussing several Delayed contributions it was agreed by the group to create a new corrigendum to V.152 to add clarification and correct editorial errors. The Question plans to hold one interim meeting.

Question 14/16 Summary
The group had as a goal to review and address maintenance issues against the T-series Recommendations within its sphere of responsibility. Several Delayed contributions were presented against T.38. These were reviewed and it was agreed not to submit a new version of T.38 for consent at this meeting. Rather, it was agreed to collate the accepted changes to T.38 into a single document that would be a living list of baseline text. Contributions to future meetings addressing or commenting on this baseline text are requested. The Question plans to hold one interim meeting.

Question 15/16 Summary
At this meeting, Q15/16 finalized the draft Corrigendum 1 to Recommendation G.767 for consent. Advance was also made in the work for the enhancement of G.769. Two contributions were reviewed, one to report the quality evaluation results to emphasize the merit of channel multiplexing scheme in IP-CME, and another to propose the method for the end-to-end QoS parameters notification for NGN terminals. Regarding the work on drafting I.733, the group agreed to postpone the decision whether terminate drafting work or not, since submission of contributions at expected interim meeting was suggested. The Question plans to hold one interim meeting.

Question 16/16 Summary
Further progress was made on drafting text for revised ITU-T Rec. G.168 (Echo Cancellers) and new ITU-T Rec. G.160 (Voice Enhancement Devices). G.168 is planned for Consent in November 2006. G.160 was planned for Consent at this meeting but it was agreed that the text was not sufficiently stable. Instead, a work plan was developed to address the issues for Consent of G.160 at a later date. One liaison statement was sent to SG12requesting the development of a new objective test method for evaluating the voice quality of noise reduction functions. One interim meeting is proposed for 30 August to 5 September 2006.

Question 17/16 Summary
At this meeting, Q.17 reviewed three incoming LSs and produced two outgoing LSs. Three delayed contributions were discussed. The question agreed to version 1.4 of the draft G.IP2IP, and the living list of G. 799.1/Y.1451.1 was updated. The Question is planning one interim meeting 30 August – 5 September 2006.

Question 18/16 Summary
The purpose of the meeting was to advance the work on draft new Recommendation Q.115.2 “Logic for the control of Voice Enhancement Devices/Functions”, draft new Recommendation G.mdcspne “Mechanism for dynamic coordination of SPNE”, draft revised Recommendation G.161 "Interaction aspects of signal processing network equipment" for consent in 2006 and draft new Recommendation G.UCPSPNE about “SPNE mechanisms/auxiliary functions” for consent in 2007.
It was agreed to add new Terms and definitions of Network Signal Processing into all relevant Recommendations related to SPNE and to inform the TSB in order to revise the current definitions in the data base SANCHO. The definitions can be found in section 3.4.4 Discussions, TD 115(WP1/16).
It was agreed to request for one experts meeting before the next SG 16 meeting to progress the work on G.161_2006, Q.115.2, G.mdcspne for the consent date November 2006 and the new Recommendation G.UCPSPNE for the consent date 2007.

Question 20/16 Summary
Q20/16 reviewed the MEDIACOM project description. Within the MEDIACOM project a number of specific actions for coordination have been decided. Q20/16 updated the action plan for developing countries and countries with economies in transition to include the latest development of the WTDC. Q20/16 again stressed that its implementation is very much dependant on the appointment of a liaison officer to these countries. Q20/16 asks for volunteers. Q20/16 also reviewed the action plan on MM technical facilities to support Early Warning information Messages. Regarding NGN, Q20/16 decided to propose to start the preparation of a workshop on MM in NGN together with SGs 9, 11, 12, 13 and 19 to be held beginning of 2007.

Question 21/16 Summary
Question 21/16 has progressed work on “Multimedia over NGN” by giving an educational point of view of the project H.325, adding some QoS and interoperability considerations as far as terminals are concerned. It was decided to keep the H.saarch draft as a good base to define a multimedia architecture (particularly dealing with A/V services) independent from any technology. Thus the requirements described in should be useful to define a relevant NGN framework jointly with SG13. It was proposed to define also an IPTV recommendation project (e.g. H.612) and to work on the topic with the IPTV FG. A first contribution to this document was discussed, taking into account IP streaming services. Finally, it was also decided to work on home networking issues within H.saarch and H.612 contexts. Many SDOs were considered as relevant as far as the development of a new IPTV recommendation is concerned (ATIS, DVB, HGI, …), according to the presentations from the IPTV consultation. It was especially decided to cooperate with the DSL Forum (above all) so as to make a relevant IPTV Recommendation.

Question 22/16 Summary
At this meeting,Q.22 met for 4 quarters, and for 3 out of the 4 Q.22 held joint session with Q.21. There are two LS and 7 delayed contributions reviewed. We covered the issues in different areas including IPTV and IP streaming,NRFID, project ”H.325” and IP videotelephony. For the IPTV area, documents including 3 delayed contributions from China were presented and discussed with a status report produced (TD 270/WP2 rev1) as the output of an editorial team. As for NRFID, one contribution from Japan together with a brief presentation from University of North Carolina were presented followed by an extended discussion. It was agreed that it is an important direction for SG16 and its impacts on multimedia services in the NGN framework should be studied, therefore further contributions are solicited. Two contributions concerning project “H.325” were reviewed. Interesting problems such as decentralized architecture, peer-to-peer and end-to-end security were discussed. Problems were identified and listed, but there seems to be a solution which we expect to see in subsequent contributions. Two LSs from DSL Forum were considered and possible cooperation opportunities with DSL Forum were discovered. The Rapporteur would like to thank all the contributors to the Q.22 work and is looking forward to their continued participation and support.

Question 23/16 Summary
At this meeting, Q.23 forwarded for Consent four texts related to JPEG-2000, a Corrigendum for Rec. T.851, and Draft new ITU-T T.55 | ISO/IEC 10646 "Information technology - Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set (UCS)" and Amendment 1 to that new Rec., as common text with ISO/IEC. Q.23 also progressed work on the Multimedia Convergence Codec (MMCC), gamma correction, and a possible new "Sound Activity Detector". A new version of the Multimedia Coding Summary Database (MCSD) was produced. Q.23 generated LS regarding speech codecs in draft revised J.161, signal level definitions for transcoding between narrowband and wideband audio codecs, latency and the NGN, JPEG-related topics, and Unicode-related topics. The Question is planning an interim Rapporteurs meeting in June 2006.

Question 24/16 Summary
Question 24/16 has made good progress in the work on draft new Recommendation H.361 (ex H.mmqos, entitled “End-to-End QoS and Service Priority Signaling in H.323 Systems”), and the document has been moved forward for consent according to the comments provided at the meeting. In addition, Question 24/16 has discussed possible new work items regarding the speech quality and end-to-end QoS control based on QoS feedback using existing protocols.

Question 25/16 Summary
Q.25 achieved significant progress on draft Recommendation H.460.spn “Security Protocol Negotiation capability”; this draft is scheduled for consent at the next meeting. Further there were fruitful discussions around the activity of federated secure Internet conferencing, that topic may be studied in the context of vision H.325.

Question 26/16 Summary
The work in Q26 continued on the development of the draft Recommendation on accessibility guidelines. It is planned to seek consent at the next meeting of SG16. The accessibility checklist, created for the NGN work in ITU, was revised and is now considered to be complete. It will be made more widely available after further experience with its use. During the meeting a successful joint meeting with Q3/2 was held to explore ways of collaborating between the two groups and avoiding any potential duplication of work. Contributions are needed on accessibility guidelines, amendments to V.18 and service descriptions for text communications. Members of the group will continue to take part in workshops and other events. A project was started to prepare for the joint UNESCO/ITU accessibility event planned to be held in early 2007. It was agreed to request that accessibility documents be made available at no charge from the ITU web site.

Question 27/16 Summary
The deletion of the Question was proposed, based on the fact that for several meetings the Question has received no contributions, there is no Rapporteur. It was agreed that any work on this question should be redistributed as needed among other SG 16 Questions (e.g. Q.1, Q.2 for MM Systems) and that the general aspects would be dealt with under Q.20/16. This has been agreed by the meeting.

Question 28/16 Summary
Q 28/16 presented the activities carried out since last SG16 meeting. An updated draft roadmap about standardization on e-health is presented although very few inputs have been received from experts. An initial version shall be ready by June whereas it has been agreed to arrange a workshop specifically focused on the discussion of the roadmap around November 06.
It was reported also the work carried out under the E-health Standardisation Coordination Group (eHSCG) and the Healthcare Technology Task force (HTTF), mainly oriented to coordination among SDOs and promotional activities.
The need of external experts was also appointed as one of the reasons for the reduced number of contributions although there are very high expectative on health and standards.

Question 29/16 Summary
In the context of NGN GSI Question 29/16 has started a close co-operation with Questions Q.6/13 as well as Questions Q.2 and Q.5/19 on mobility-related issues for NGN. This co-operation has helped Q.29/16 to proceed with work on H.mmsm (Service Mobility for new Multimedia Service Architecture). A new draft 0.4 revision of an associated technical paper was presented. The content of the paper is consolidated with concerned Questions in other study groups mentioned above.

The issue of including presence service to H.323 based systems were brought up. There have been several offline discussions behind the scenes in between the last recent study group meetings. Q.29/16 meeting agreed that one should use the given motivation and invite interested groups to send inputs to this topic.

Recommendations Consented by SG 16 on the closing Plenary

Consented Recommendations for AAP posting



Revised ITU-T Rec. G.723.1 “Dual rate speech coder for multimedia communications transmitting at 5.3 and 6.3 kbit/s” TD 258/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. G.728 Amd.1 “Revised Annex J” TD 257/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. G.729.1 (ex G.729EV) “An 8-32 kbit/s scalable wideband coder bitstream interoperable with G.729” TD 260/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. G.767 Cor.1 “Digital circuit multiplication equipment using 16 kbit/s LD-CELP, digital speech interpolation and facsimisle demodulation /remodulation (10/98)” TD 247/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.222.0 | ISO/IEC 13818-1 Cor.5 “Information Technology – Generic Coding of Moving Pictures And Associated Audio Information: Systems: Corrections identified during integration of third edition” TD 214/Plen AAP 35
Revised ITU-T Rec. H.225.0v6 “Call signalling protocols and media stream packetization for packet-based multimedia communication systems” TD 275R1/Plen AAP 35
Revised ITU-T Rec. H.241 “Extended video procedures and control signals for H.300 series terminals” TD 212/Plen AAP 35
Revised ITU-T Rec. H.245 “Control protocol for multimedia communication” TD 265/Plen AAP 35
Revised ITU-T Rec. H.246 “Interworking of H-Series multimedia terminals with H-Series multimedia terminals and voice/voiceband terminals on GSTN and ISDN” TD 215/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.19 Amd.1, “Decomposed multipoint control unit, audio, video and data conferencing packages: New Text Overlay Package and Border and Background Package” TD 220/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.23 Cor.1, “Enhanced Alerting packages” TD 243/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.38 “Base Context Package” TD 248/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.39 “H.248 SDP Parameter Identification and Wildcarding” TD 250/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.41 “IP Domain Connection Package” TD 217/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.42 “DCME Interworking Package” TD 245/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.248.45 “MGC Information Package” TD 222R1/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.249 (ex-H.Keys) “Extended User Input Indications” TD 219/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.262 | ISO/IEC 13818-2 (MPEG-2 Video) Technical Cor.2 “Information technology – Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information: Video” TD 229/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.264 Amd.1 “Support of additional colour spaces and removal of the High 4:4:4 Profile” TD 228/Plen AAP 36
New ITU-T Rec. H.271 (ex-H.VBCM) “Video back channel messages for conveyance of status information and requests from a video receiver to a video sender” TD 227R1/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.323v6 “Packet-based multimedia communications systems” TD 274/Plen AAP 36
New ITU-T Rec. H.324 Cor.1 “Clarification in Annex A” TD 249/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.361 (ex-H.mmqos) “End-to-End Quality of Service (QoS) and Service Priority Signalling in H.323 Systems TD 262/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. H.460.21 (ex-H.460.mb) “Message Broadcast for H.323 Systems” TD 253/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. T.55 | ISO/IEC 10646 “Information technology - Universal Multiple-Octet Coded Character Set TD 213/Plen TBD
New ITU-T Rec. T.55 | ISO/IEC 10646 Amd.1 “Glagolitic, Coptic, Georgian and other characters” TD 213/Plen TBD
New ITU-T Rec. T.801 | ISO/IEC 15444-2 Cor.4 “Information technology – JPEG 2000 Image coding system: Extensions” TD 208/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. T.807 | ISO/IEC 15444-8 “Information technology – JPEG 2000 image coding system: Secure JPEG 2000” TD 209/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec.T.808 (01/2005) | ISO/IEC 15444-9:2005 Amd.1 “Information technology – JPEG 2000 image coding system: Interactivity tools, APIs and protocols, Amd.1: APIs, metadata, and editing” TD 210/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. T. 810 | ISO/IEC 15444-11 “Information technology – JPEG 2000 image coding system: Wireless” TD 211/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. T.851 Cor.1 “ITU-T T.81 (JPEG 1)-based still-image coding using an alternative arithmetic coder” TD 261/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. V.150.1 Amd.2 “ToIP and new SPRT Data Types support” TD 252R1/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. V.151. “procedures for end-to-end connection of analogue PSTN text telephones over an IP network utilizing text relay” TD 218/Plen AAP 35
New ITU-T Rec. V.152 Cor.2 “Procedures for supporting Voice-band over IP Networks TD 251R1/Plen AAP 35

Notes: *: some texts are subject to editorial cleanup before posting. Hence, the version posted may differ slightly from the TD indicated.

**: expected AAP Announcement for Last Call

Recommendations Approved by SG 16 on the closing Plenary
None at this meeting.

Recommendations Decided by SG 16 on the closing Plenary
None at this meeting.

Other texts approved by SG 16

Errata Document
New ITU-T Rec. G.729 Erratum 1 TD 254(P)
Supplements Document
Revised H-Series Sup.2 “H.248 Sub-Series: Packages Guide Release 8” TD 221R1(P)
Revised H-Series Sup.4 “Repository of generic parameters for ITU-T Recommendations H.460.x sub-series” TD 259(P)
New H-Series Sup.6 “Decomposed Gateways - Control Load Quantum” TD 246(P)
Implementors' Guides Document
Revised G.728 Implementors’ Guide TD 255(P)
Revised G.729 Implementors’ Guide TD 256(P)
Revised H.248 Sub-series Implementors’ Guide TD 226(P)
Revised H.248 Version 2 Implementors’ Guide TD 225(P)
Revised H.248 Version 1 Implementors’ Guide TD 224(P)
Revised H.323-Series Implementors’ Guide TD 276(P)
Revised H.350 Sub-series Implementors’ Guide TD 223(P)

Note: no Technical Papers were approved at this meeting.

Texts deleted or proposed for deletion by SG 16

Updates in the SG 16 management team and Rapporteurs
(Click here for the complete list of SG 16 Rapporteurs)

  • Mr Hiroyuki Ohno (NIICT, Japan) as Rapporteur for Q.27/16

New Appointments:

  • Mr Pierre-André Probst as Liaison Officer to FG IPTV

Open positions:

  • Rapporteur for Q.20/16 (MediaCom Project, allocated to the Plenary)
  • Rapporteur for Q.26/16 (Accessibility to Multimedia Systems and Services, allocated to the Plenary)
  • EWM Coordinator
  • Liaison Officer to 3GPPs, OMA


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