Purpose of Subgroups
One of the key objectives of the Weightless SIG is to work up then finalise the Weightless standard.
Development of the standard will be enabled by Sub-Groups. These are currently established for the Applications Layer, MAC Layer, PHYsical Layer, Regulatory, Security and Test & Certification topic areas together with a Specification Review Sub-Group formed during the Second Plenary Conference to ensure ‘content’ is to a high and consistent standard. Other Sub-Groups may be formed over time as needed.
Each Sub-Group has a chairperson and other formal positions as necessary. The drafting Sub-Groups are expected to provide Change Request documents for the Weightless Specification at the quarterly Plenary Meetings/Developers Conferences, at which proposed changes and additions to the specification are set out.
The input from each of the Sub-Groups is considered at the latter meetings, giving all members an overview of changes proposed and the opportunity to debate any changes of concern, in particular those that have implications beyond the Sub-Group that drafted them.
Sub-Group membership is open to Core and Promoter members only on completion of the Weightless Terminal Licence Agreement.
- Weightless-N Standard Evolves
29 Jan 2015
- Weightless-N Standard Accelerates
20 Oct 2014
- New Weightless-N IoT Standard launches
17 Sep 2014
- UK consortium announces IoT network in Milton Keynes
22 May 2014
- BT Adopts Weightless Technology
15 Jan 2014
- The Weight is over, Weightless hardware roadmap announced
24 Oct 2013
- Accenture joins Weightless SIG
25 Sep 2013
- 1000th Weightless SIG Member joins community
27 Aug 2013
- World's First Public Televised Demonstration of Weightless Technology
2 Jul 2013
- Weightless Announces Flagship Event Programme
28 May 2013
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- Ofcom’s co-existence consultation
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