TV White Space Coexistence Workshop

The IEEE 802.19 Working Group hosted a workshop on TV White Space Coexistence in San Diego, Friday July 16, 2010.

The presentations from the workshop are provided here.

Workshop Agenda.

Welcome

Steve Shellhammer

Qualcomm

IEEE 802.19.1 Overview

Tuncer Baykas

NICT

Coexistence as a Value Added Service in the TVWS

Joe Kwak

InterDigital

IEEE 802.11af: A Regulatory Primer

Rich Kennedy

Research In Motion

TV White Space Geolocation Database

Mark Gibson

Comsearch

Panel A

Business models, opportunities and roadblocks

Leader: Mika Kasslin

Nokia

Spectrum Bridge

Joe Hamilla

Spectrum Bridge

TVWS Coexistence Opportunities  - WISPA

Jack Unger

WISPA

Shared Spectrum Company Briefing

Edward Melick

Shared Spectrum Technology

TVWS Opportunities and Challenges

Kiran Challapali

Philips

TV White Spaces

Paul Lambert

Marvel

TVWS is a Cognitive Radio Enabler with Challenges

Mika Kasslin

Nokia

Panel B

Interference and Coexistence Management Tools

Leader: Ivan Reede

AmeriSys

TV White Space Interference/Coexistence Management

Mark Gibson

Comsearch

Shared Spectrum Company Briefing

Edward Melick

Shared Spectrum Technology

802.22 Coexistence Considerations

Gerald Chouinard

Communications Research Centre, Canada

GERDCS

Ivan Reede

AmeriSys

Panel C

TV band pioneers and lessons learned

Leader: Jack Unger

WISPA

Connecting the Last Mile

Jim Qualie

PCC Communications

Spectrum Bridge

Joe Hamilla

Spectrum Bridge

Wireless ISP Experience

Ivan Reede

AmeriSys


This page is maintained by Steve Shellhammer

Last Update: August 31, 2010