The National Spectrum Managers Association To Hold Annual Conference - May 22-23, 2001

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from Comsearch

    WASHINGTON, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Spectrum Managers
 Association (NSMA), a non-profit industry organization formed in 1984 to
 address spectrum management issues, will be holding its annual conference May
 22 -23, 2001, at the Holiday Inn Westpark Hotel in Rosslyn, Virginia.   The
 conference this year will include regulatory sessions featuring
 representatives from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Industry
 Canada.  In addition, panel discussions and presentations will address many of
 the current spectrum management issues facing the wireless industry including:
 3G spectrum allocation, Software Defined Radios, Ultra-Wideband Transmission
 Systems, and Spectrum Sharing between Satellite and Terrestrial systems.
     Cost to both members and non-members for NSMA's annual conference is $300
 and includes morning refreshments, lunch on Wednesday, May 23rd, and a vendor
 exhibit and reception on Tuesday evening, May 22nd, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  To
 sign up for the conference, please contact Carlene Irvin at (703) 726-5682 or
 log onto NSMA's web site at http://www.nsma.org .
 
     The NSMA is a voluntary association of microwave radio, personal
 communications services (PCS) and satellite licensees, manufacturers and
 frequency coordinators.  The purpose of the Association is to provide a forum
 for discussion and resolution of problems of common interest to the
 coordination community.  Through its various Working Groups, the NSMA develops
 technical and procedural recommendations for the coordination of microwave
 radio, PCS, and satellite communication systems.  NSMA recommendations
 represent guidelines that coordinators find useful in supplementing the
 Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) coordination rules.
 
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    WASHINGTON, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Spectrum Managers
 Association (NSMA), a non-profit industry organization formed in 1984 to
 address spectrum management issues, will be holding its annual conference May
 22 -23, 2001, at the Holiday Inn Westpark Hotel in Rosslyn, Virginia.   The
 conference this year will include regulatory sessions featuring
 representatives from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Industry
 Canada.  In addition, panel discussions and presentations will address many of
 the current spectrum management issues facing the wireless industry including:
 3G spectrum allocation, Software Defined Radios, Ultra-Wideband Transmission
 Systems, and Spectrum Sharing between Satellite and Terrestrial systems.
     Cost to both members and non-members for NSMA's annual conference is $300
 and includes morning refreshments, lunch on Wednesday, May 23rd, and a vendor
 exhibit and reception on Tuesday evening, May 22nd, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  To
 sign up for the conference, please contact Carlene Irvin at (703) 726-5682 or
 log onto NSMA's web site at http://www.nsma.org .
 
     The NSMA is a voluntary association of microwave radio, personal
 communications services (PCS) and satellite licensees, manufacturers and
 frequency coordinators.  The purpose of the Association is to provide a forum
 for discussion and resolution of problems of common interest to the
 coordination community.  Through its various Working Groups, the NSMA develops
 technical and procedural recommendations for the coordination of microwave
 radio, PCS, and satellite communication systems.  NSMA recommendations
 represent guidelines that coordinators find useful in supplementing the
 Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) coordination rules.
 
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