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How Spectrum Policy Enables Wireless Innovation: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Origins
A seminar talk by Dr. Michael Marcus, a consultant and adjunct professor of ECE at VT. Abstract appears below.
Tri-Tek Engineering Presentation Fall 2013
christopher consultants Presentation Fall 2013
Bohler Engineering Presentation Fall 2013
Living the Electronics Revolution: 60 Years of Fun with Radio
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2012-04-13)
This presentation is an autobiographical history of the career of Professor Charles W. Bostian, whose tenure at Virginia Tech coincided with the electronics revolution of the latter half of the twentieth century, and the ...
Real-time Archiving of Spontaneous Events (Use-Case: Hurricane Sandy)
This presentation describes the goals and purpose of the Crisis, Tragedy and Recovery network (CTRnet) and how CTRnet's efforts can be applied to real-life disasters such as Hurricane Sandy.
ArchiveSpark - MS Independent Study Final Submission
(Virginia Tech, 2016-12-13)
This project expands upon the work at the Internet Archive of researcher Vinay Goel and of Jefferson Bailey (co-PI on two NSF-funded collaborative projects with Virginia Tech: IDEAL, GETAR) on the ArchiveSpark project - a ...
Schnabel Engineering Lecture: Entrepreneurship in Civil Engineering
(Virginia Tech, 2016-01-25)
Have you ever wondered why there aren't many start-up companies in our world of Civil Engineering? Dr. Wissmann explores this question and delves into the drivers, key ingredients, and fundamentals needed to run a successful ...
Burgess & Niple Presentation Fall 2013
The Future of Wireless Resource Management: Bootstrapping and Automated Negotiation
The history of wireless communications can be told through the history of resource management. In this talk, I will describe the ongoing evolution from static to dynamic resource management and the concurrent evolution ...