Speaker: Thomas Paul
Bio: Thomas Paul has worked in the communications industry since 1996. Most recently, he worked at Atheros Communications on the development of Wi-Fi phone products. Prior to that, at Ralink Technology, he worked on development of a low-cost version of the 802.11b WLAN chipset. Earlier, at PC-TEL Inc., he worked on the maintenance and improvement of their V.92 software modem product, attaining the position of Project Lead Product Enhancement. He also holds a U.S. Patent regarding dynamic block processing in software modems. He earned his B.A.Sc. degree at the University of Toronto, Canada in 1996. He is currently a graduate student in Electrical Engineering at Santa Clara University.
Title: A Simulation Model for IEEE 802.11n