[Sls-slp] SLP-C&S joint discussion on a few topics (OID, terminology, USLP)

Massimo.Bertinelli at esa.int Massimo.Bertinelli at esa.int
Fri Nov 8 15:34:16 UTC 2019

Dear colleagues,

as mentioned during the Darmstadt meeting (please see the minutes out of 
the C&S and the SLP WG), we would like to have a preliminary discussions 
between C&S and SLP (RFM is welcome as well)
about the following topic (please see the presentation attached):

- introduction of OID random pattern
- possible alignment of terminology in the TC books regarding 
- additionally, SLP would like to discuss adding USLP to the TC coding 
book and assessing its impact (other books are mentioned in the 
presentation, but agreement on these ones has already been reached)

Could you please indicate your availability via the doodle below?
Based on your indications, we'll pick up a date for this first discussion. 
Deadline to provide your availability is next Thursday, 14 November.


Best regards,
Massimo and Greg

Massimo Bertinelli
Communication Systems Engineer

Tel. +31 (0)71 5653435
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