High Tech Forum Welcomes New Contributor Steve Crowley

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Crowley offers analysis of emerging wireless issues.

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We are delighted to welcome Steve Crowley to www.hightechforum.org

High Tech Forum welcomes Steven Crowley as its newest contributor. Crowley’s feature story offers an examination of a selection of experimental radio applications at the Federal Communications Commission. These applications are related to ultra-wideband, machine-to-machine, satellite, GSM, white space, and radar. Crowley’s review examines the most interesting of the applications for new experimental license or special temporary authority. Future posts will cover additional experimental applications, along with other areas of wireless technology and policy, such as spectrum, standards, and next-generation technologies.

Crowley joins a family of High Tech Forum contributors that already includes Jim Murphy, Larry Roberts, Charles Jackson, Jon Crowcroft and Editor Richard Bennett, all celebrated technologists. Crowley also posts this and other features on his blog, http://stevencrowley.com/.

As a consultant, Steve Crowley helps organizations succeed in R&D activities, strategy planning and execution, business transactions, patent portfolio management, and regulatory proceedings. He often accomplishes this by joining a company’s team and working with the members to develop and execute tactics in support of an existing strategy. In this work, Steve draws on his skills and experience in engineering, business, and writing.

Crowley has more than 20 years consulting experience in more than 400 projects includes 3G, 4G, unlicensed, satellite, public safety, and machine-to-machine communications. He also has experience in core networks, smart grid, cognitive radio, biomedical telemetry, device performance measurement, and domestic and international broadcasting. Clients have included manufacturers, service providers, government agencies, entrepreneurs, and law firms. Steve has led or participated in many industry and government activities dealing with standardization and technology assessment, including those associated with APCO, 3GPP, 3GPP2, IEEE 802, CTIA, TIA, and the Public Safety Wireless Advisory Committee.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve Crowley to http://www.hightechforum.org,” said Editor Richard Bennett. “His feature article today is a perfect example of the unique content in our forum: original and incisive analysis from a true technologist about an issue at the intersection of technology and regulatory policy. We look forward to posting more of Crowley’s work in the future.”

http://www.hightechforum.org is a web forum edited by Richard Bennett. It is open to analytical contributions from all genuine technologists with expertise in networking and the future of technology. The forum fosters an open exchange of ideas, grounded in practical operational experience – a place where the experts can talk about issues relating to, and the implications, of technology and telecommunications policy.

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