[91all] IETF 91

IETF Secretariat <ietf-secretariat@ietf.org> Mon, 10 November 2014 01:35 UTC

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If you are someone who has occasionally struggled to hear working group discussions when attending IETF meetings, you will be pleased to know that at IETF 91 we are providing a limited number of assisted listening headsets. They are available free of charge and can be checked out from the Secretariat at Registration; please bring your photo ID as we will need to make a copy for our records. The device can be tuned to one of eight channels, can be clipped onto your belt and comes with an earpiece.  Each meeting room will use a different channel, so you will simply select the proper channel for the session you want to listen to via the headset. Below are the channel assignments; these will also be displayed in each room. 

Coral 1 - channel 1
Coral 2 - channel 2
Coral 3 - channel 3
Coral 4 - channel 4
Coral 5 - channel 5
Hibiscus - channel 6
Kahila Suite - channel 7
Lehua Suite - channel 8