Wireless Technology Prospects and Policy Options
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February 12-13, 2004
The National Academies
Siavash Alamouti, Vivato
Richard Barth, Department of Commerce
Samuel W. Bodman, Department of Commerce
David G. Boyd, SAFECOM Program, Department of Homeland Security
Thera Bradshaw, City of Los Angeles Information Technology Agency
Charles N. Brownstein, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board
Duane Buddrius, Alvarion, Inc.
Jim Bugel, Cingular Wireless LLC
Leigh Chinitz, Proxim Corporation
Mark Cooper, Consumer Federation of America
Diane Cornell, Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
Thomas Cowper, Statewide Wireless Network, New York’s Office of Technology
David Donovan, Association for Maximum Service Television, Inc.
Tyler Duvall, Department of Transportation
Harold Feld, Media Access Project
Bruce Fette, General Dynamics Decision Systems
Michael Gallagher, National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Merri Jo Gamble, Department of Justice
Michael Green, Atheros Communications
Kalpak Gude, PanAmSat
Robert Gurss, Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International
Dewayne Hendricks, Dandin Group, Inc.
Bradley Holmes, Arraycomm, Inc.
Nancy Jesuale, Net City Engineering, Inc.
Kevin Kahn, Intel
Julius Knapp, Federal Communications Commission
Robert LeGrande, Office of the Chief Technology Officer, District of Columbia
Pat Mahoney, Iridium Satellite LLC
Preston F. Marshall, Advanced Technology Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
William Moroney, United Telecom Council and United Power Line Council
John Muleta, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, Federal Communications Commission