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WINLAB/BERKELEY
FOCUS '99
On

"Radio Networks for Everything"

Date: May 24 - 25 1999
Place: New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
Conference Proceedings: Limited copies available from WINLAB Business office at a cost of : 
$35.00 US Residents
$45.00 International Requests

PROGRAM

MONDAY MAY 24, 1999

SESSION 1 -  (9:15A-12:00 Noon)
Home RF
Jim Lansford, Intel
BLUETOOTH: Towards Ubiquitous Wireless Connectivity 
Jaap Haartsen, Ericsson
Wireless, Mobile Ad-Hoc Network Routing 
Mario Gerla, Computer Science Department, UCLA

 

SESSION 2 -  (1:30P-3:15P)

Adaptive Wireless Arrays for Interactive RSTA in SUO (AWAIRS)
Gregory J. Pottie, Electrical Engineering Department, UCLA
Scalable Coordination:  Lessons from the Internet 
Deborah Estrin, Computer Science Department, USC
PANEL:
Critical Comparisons of Home RF, BLUETOOTH, and Potential Applications

Jim Lansford (Intel), Jaap Haartsen (Ericsson), Subrata Banerjee (Phillips), Keith Thompson (SUN)

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
FOCUS 99 DINNER
"Eye Am a Camera:  Wireless EyeTap as a True Extension of the Mind and Body
Steve Mann, University of Toronto

 

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1999

SESSION 3 -  (9:00A - 12:00 Noon)

Research Agendas of the BWRC
Robert Brodersen, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, UC Berkeley
Trends in Wireless Multiuser Communications
Sergio Verdu, Princeton University
Interference Avoidance and Universal Radios
Christopher Rose, WINLAB, Rutgers University

 

SESSION 4 -  (1:30P- 4:00P)

ICEBERG: From POTS to PANS
Anthony Joseph, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, UC Berkeley
Wireless Networking for Robots
Jason Redi, BBN Technologies/GTE
Best Case Design and Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP)
Steve Mann, University of Toronto
A Practical Approach to Wireless Security
Luis Sanchez, BBN Technologies
WRAP-UP DISCUSSION
"Putting it all Together
Jason Redi (BBN), Luis Sanchez (BBN)