Entries by John Verducci

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Digging Into Diversity, Inclusion and Ethics

Q&A with Andrea Goldsmith, Marconi Society Board Member and Chair of the IEEE’s Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity, Inclusion and Ethics Following her committee’s latest recommendations to IEEE, Marconi Society Board Member and Stanford Engineering professor Andrea Goldsmith shared her thoughts about changing the diversity and inclusion equation in engineering and technology. Q: Is there a commonly […]

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Marconi Society Names Three 2019 Paul Baran Young Scholars

  Innovative researchers from around the world create breakthroughs to scale 5G networks and the Internet of Things San Francisco, CA, April 30, 2019 The Marconi Society, dedicated to furthering scientific achievements in communications and the Internet, has named three 2019 Paul Baran Young Scholars, honoring them for their outstanding research and academic performance. The […]

Nominations Now Open For the Prestigious 2019 Marconi Prize

Seeking scientists whose contributions have advanced communications technology and significantly benefited humanity Mountain View, CA, April 17, 2018—The Marconi Society, dedicated to furthering scientific achievements in communications and the Internet, is now accepting nominations for the prestigious Marconi Prize. The $100,000 Marconi Prize, considered the pinnacle honor in the field of communication and information science, […]

Marconi Fellow Brad Parkinson: A grave threat to GPS and GNSS

By Bradford Parkinson Vice-chair, U.S. PNT Advisory Board In the coming months, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) may allow high-powered, ground-based, communication transmitters to broadcast at a frequency near GPS L1. U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) tests have shown that such transmitters effectively become jammers for many existing GPS receivers. I believe that this possibility […]