17th March 2010 - TGn Awards Ceremony Photographs



Jon Rosdahl,  vice chair of 802.11 and also chair of the High Throughput Study Group (HTSG) reminisces on the history of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer,  802.11 Working Group char and 802.11n Task Group chair holds his 802.11n plaque.
He is accompanied by Adrian Stephens (802.11 Working Group vice chair and 802.11n Technical Editor) on the left and Jon Rosdahl on the right.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Adrian Stephens

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Garth Hillman, secretary of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Eldad Perahia, Coexistence ad-hoc leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Joseph Levy, General ad-hoc leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Joonsuk Kim, PHY ad-hoc co-leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Peter Loc, frame format ad-hoc leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Matthew Fischer, MAC ad-hoc leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Naveen Kakani, Power-saving multi-poll (PSMP) ad-hoc co-leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to Vinko Erceg, channel modelling leader of HTSG/802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a plaque to George Vlantis, coding leader of 802.11n.

Bruce Kraemer presents a certificate of appreciation to Assaf Kasher, PHY contributor.

Bruce Kraemer presents a certificate of appreciation to Sean Coffey, PHY contributor.

Bruce Kraemer presents a certificate of appreciation to Solomon Trainin, MAC contributor.

Bruce Kraemer presents a certificate of appreciation to VK Jones, PHY contributor.

Bruce Kraemer presents a recognition plaque to Yuichi Morioka, MAC contributor.

Bruce Kraemer presents a recognition plaque to Tushar Moorti, PHY contributor.

Bruce Kraemer presents a recognition plaque to Rolf de Vegt, Usage Models contributor.



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