Various Wi-Fi stakeholders have submitted ex parte notices highlighting recent discussions with FCC staff pertaining to the impact of LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U) technology and Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) on Wi-Fi operations (Docket No. 15-105).  LTE-U and LAA are new technologies created to address wireless network congestion.  LTE-U will operate on unlicensed spectrum (5GHz), which is used by wireless devices for Wi-Fi connections.  The Wi-Fi stakeholders argue that LTE-U will disrupt connections to Wi-Fi and that specific standards and test procedures should be adopted to assess the coexistence of Wi-Fi and LTE-U services.