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World Technology (WTEC) Division of ITRI at Loyola College

Workshop Presentation

The following viewgraphs are from the presentations given by the WTEC panel members at the WTEC Workshop on U.S. R&D Status and Trends in Wireless Technologies and Information Networks on Monday, March 15, 1999. These slides represent interim results from the study, and as such are subject to change. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Government, the authors' parent institutions, or Loyola College.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. M. Iskander
    Introduction to Study

  2. G. Holdridge
    Introduction to WTEC

  3. A. Ephremides
    Opening Remarks and Objectives of Study/Workshop

  4. M. Iskander
    Review of NSF's Interests

  5. D. Friday
    NIST, Radio Frequency Division

  6. E. Sobolewski
    NIST, Advanced Technolgy Program

  7. R.J. Trew
    Defense Basic Research and Emerging Trends

  8. L. Katehi
    System on a Chip

  9. T. Itoh
    New RF Front End Architecture for Wireless Applications

  10. R. Rao
    Energy Efficient Wireless Communication

  11. J. Winters
    Wireless Communication Technology Issues

  12. W. Stark
    Research Activities and Interests

  13. A. Krishna
    Wireless Communications Issues

  14. L. Golding
    Wireless Communications Technology Issues

  15. R. Kagiwada
    Wireless Communication Technology

  16. K. Kelley
    Building Tomorrow's Wireless World

  17. D. Koilpillai
    Trends in Wireless Technologies

  18. S. Weinstein
    IP Services Creation in a Wireless LAN

  19. W. Ali-Ahmad
    Future Circuit and Device Technologies for Next-Generation Wireless Communication Systems

  20. J. Winters
    Recent Developments in Wireless Communications

  21. K. Kawasaki
    Wireless Home Network

  22. M. Golio
    Review of U.S. R&D Status and Trends

APPENDICES

A. Name and Affiliation of U.S. Wireless Representatives