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DETS Assistant Director Chairs Session at NEBSA

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DETS Assistant Director Chairs Session at NEBSA

Marty Ronning at NEBSA

Marty Ronning at NEBSA

Marty Ronning, DETS Assistant Director, chaired a session entitled “University Case Study for 4G Private Network” given at the National EBS Association ( NEBSA) annual meeting, February 28th –March 3rd, in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. The NEBSA is a non-profit corporation which provides information and resources to educational institutions which utilize Educational Broadband Service (EBS). The term EBS describes the use of a specific block of microwave frequencies available only to educational and non-profit institutions. These frequencies are used for fixed, portable, and mobile services relating to education and instruction. In the session “University Case Study for 4G Private Network“, presenters Dorene Weiland and Seyong Park from Intelibs discussed how Intelib’s technology and the process of In-Building & Wireless Solutions created a wireless private network in cooperation with the Center for Excellence in Wireless & Information Technology (CEWIT) at Stony Brook University, a network that benefits not only the university but the schools, and surrounding communities.

March 15, 2011


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