SDR’10 Technical Conference and Product Exposition

The SDR’10 Technical Conference and Product Exposition will take place November 30th to December 4th in Washington, D.C. The software defined radio event includes daily workshops, tutorials, expert lectures, over 100 technical paper presentations, a Product Expo with companies from all across the value chain, and a Technology Showcase with over 20 product demonstrations. Platinum sponsors include General Dynamics C4 Systems, Harris, Indra and L3 Communications. Gold sponsors include Agilent Technologies, General Dynamics C4 Systems, Pentek and Xilinx.

SDR’10 Keynotes

  • Dr. Masayuki Ariyoshi, Principal Researcher and Cognitive Radio Research Project Leader System Platforms Research Laboratories Central Research Laboratories, NEC Corporation
  • Vern Fotheringham, Chairman, CTB Group
  • Jörgen Lantto, Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer and Strategy, ST Ericsson
  • Madan Jagernauth, Vice President, Wireless Marketing and Product Management, Huawei Technologies
  • Richard J. Lynch, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Verizon Communications
  • Dr. Richard North, Technical Director for Joint Program Executive Office, Joint Tactical Radio System (JPEO JTRS)
  • Thomas Stroup, CEO, Shared Spectrum Company

SDR’10 Workshops

  • Open Source Workshop, Sponsored by the Military Open Source Software Association
  • Regulatory Workshop, Sponsored by the Wireless Innovation Forum Regulatory Committee
  • Public Safety Workshop, Sponsored by the Wireless Innovation Forum Public Safety Special Interest Group
  • Analysts Workshop, Sponsored by the Wireless Innovation Forum User Requirements Committee
  • SDR in Space Workshop, Organized by Dr. R. Scott Erwin and Dr. Jim Lyke, Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Tactical Radio Workshop, Sponsored by the Wireless Innovation Forum International Tactical Radio Special Interest Group

SDR’10 Tutorials

  • Open Component Portability Infrastructure (Open CPI) Tutorial, Presented by Michael Pepe, Mercury Federal Systems, Inc.
  • Design, Analysis, and RF Evaluation of Waveform Applications for SCA Deployment – Hands-On Tutorial, Presented by Frank Ditore, Agilent Technologies
  • ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS) Tutorial, Presented by Markus Muck, Infineon Technologies, Germany, and Andrea Lorelli, ETSI, France
  • Migrating Legacy Radios to the SCA Tutorial, Presented by Toby McClean and Mike Williams, Zeligsoft, Canada
  • IPA Tutorial, Presented by Peter G. Cook, Hypres, Inc., USA, and James Neel, Cognitive Radio Technologies, LLC, USA
  • Two Thirds of SDR is SD Tutorial, Presented by Bruce Trask, MDE Systems, Inc., USA
  • A graphical approach to FPGA programming, Presented by Christian Amadasun, National Instruments, USA
  • Rapid Prototyping Digital SCA-Based SDR Waveforms with OSSIE: Hands-On Tutorial, Presented by Carl B. Dietrich, Virginia Tech, USA; Frank Kragh, Naval Postgraduate School, USA; and Donna Miller, Naval Postgraduate School, USA
  • Emerging Commercial Wireless and Cognitive Radio Standards Tutorial, Presented by James Neel, Cognitive Radio Technologies, LLC, USA
  • Radio-In-The-Loop: Design Tools for Software Radios, Presented by John Irza, The Mathworks, USA

SDR’10 Expert Lectures

  • Air Interface Innovations Applicable to Cognitive Radio Systems, by Donald Steinbrecher, Navy, USA
  • Multipath Interference Characterization in Wireless Communication Systems, by Michael Rice, Brigham Young University, USA
  • Spectral Analysis and Channelization, by Robert McGwier, IDA Center for Communications Research, Princeton, USA
  • GNU Radio: Introduction and Computational Capabilities, by Tom Rondeau, Center for Communications Research, USA
  • Modem Tutorial, by Fred Harris, San Diego State University, USA

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