IEEE Communications Society is the Sponsor of this event.
Current radio technology trends promise to enable "Dynamic Spectrum Access" (DSA) networks, using wide-band spectrum sensing, real-time spectrum allocation and acquisition, and infrastructureless mesh networks. Not only do these trends challenge the existing technologies, they challenge the traditional "command and control" methods of allocating and licensing spectrum by government fiat. IEEE DySPAN 2005 will be a new, first-of-its-kind symposium on DSA Networks that brings together the technologists designing and building these new exciting devices with the spectrum policy community that will be charged with re-architecting the legal regime for managing spectrum in the 21st century that must accommodate these new technologies.
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Wednesday 9 November 2005 10:30
Richard Lynch, Executive Vice President and CTO, Verizon Wireless, will speak on Exploring Technology Frontiers -- Is There a Network in Your Future?
IEEE DySPAN 2005 is pleased to announce Secretary Michael Gallagher and Dr. Tony Tether as the evening speakers for the conference banquet held from 19:00 21:00 pm on Wednesday, 9 November 2005. These two dynamic speakers are the leaders within the Bush Administration for providing technology and policy visions for new technology.
IEEE P1900.x Meetings
The IEEE 1900 series of standards committees are holding meetings in conjunction with DySPAN. The IEEE P1900 Standards Group was established in the first quarter 2005 jointly by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) and the IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society. The objective of this effort is to develop supporting standards dealing with new
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