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[802SEC] FW: BOUNCE Non-member submission from ["Roger B. Marks" <>]


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From: "Roger B. Marks" <>
Subject: March Tutorial Request
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I would like to schedule a tutorial in March entitled "Upper 
Millimeter-Wave History, Technology and Applications for Gigabit 
Communications Services". Some details are below, and the Tutorial 
Request Form is here:

We strongly prefer Tuesday and have booked the #3 slot (6:30-8 pm) with

The topic is closely aligned with 802.16, but there may be some 
interest from other groups, particularly due to the concept of 
transporting Gigabit Ethernet by radio.

Your comments are welcome.


         Wayne Pleasant, Telaxis Communications <>
         Doug Lockie, Endwave <>

The upper millimeter-wave bands, typically 40 to 320 GHz, are quickly 
emerging as the bands of choice for high-speed multi-gigabit 
communications services. Historically significant uses of this 
technology have primarily been focused on government applications 
but, with the emergence of lower cost devices, commercial 
opportunities abound. This presentation will cover technology from 
the device to the system level, with focus on the current state of 
the art as well as future concepts. The data focus will be on legacy 
applications like SDH/PDH as well as Gigabit Ethernet and fiber 
channel transport. The current status of the regulatory environment 
will be discussed, with particular emphasis on the international 
harmonization of frequency bands and standards.