The 2011 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium kicks off today in Phoenix, Arizona. ÆtherCzar will be live-blogging the proceedings. If you are in attendance, I look forward to seeing you around the conference and particularly at my three formal appearances (all on Wednesday):
- Paper Presentation: “On the Origins of RF-Based Location Technology” Room Cira A; Wednesday, 19 January 0800-0820
- Panel Discussion: “Ultra-Wideband(UWB) Technology: Past, Present, and Future” Room: Solana ABCD; Wednesday 19 January 11:50-13:00. I will be joining Richard Twogood of Dirac Solutions, Inc. and Farid Dowla of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in a panel discussion organized by Faranak Nekoogar.
- Poster Presentation (WEP-29): “Characterization of Error in a Near-Field Electromagnetic Ranging (NFER) Real-Time Location System” Room Solana E; Wed. 19 January 13:30-15:10