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2019 Stakeholder Meeting Mission Critical Voice Sessions

The 2019 Stakeholder Meeting hosted sessions along the Mission Critical Voice track over the three day conference period. The session recordings from these presentations can be found below. 

LMR Data Modeling for LTE

 

Chris Dennis, NIST PSCR

Don Bradshaw, NIST PSCR


Coverage, Capacity, and Resilience in Limited Public Safety Networks

 

Hyeong-Ah Choi, George Washington University and Miami University

Amrinder Arora, George Washington University and Miami University


Open Ecosystems in Public Safety Communications: Mission Critical Open Platform Lessons Learned and Future Steps

 

Fidel Liberal, University of the Basque Country

Jani Lyrintzis, BITTIUM

Bartolo Scanavino, ENENSYS/EXPWAY

Harald Ludwig, TCCA
 


End-To-End Mission Critical Push-to-Talk: Pushing for the Future

 

Robert Escalle, Sonim

Jose Oscar Fajardo, Nemergent Solutions
 


Bridging Non-ISSI LMR and LTE Mission Critical Push-To-Talk

 

Chris Walton, NIST PSCR

Don Bradshaw, NIST PSCR


Propagation Channel Models and System Performance

 

Andreas Molisch, University of Southern California 

Hussein Hammoud, University of Southern California 


Enabling Service Continuity Using UE-to-Network Relays

 

Richard Rouil, NIST 

David Griffith, NIST 


Improving ProSe Off-Network Coverage

 

Dan Ericson, Harris


Public Safety Communications Above Six GHz- Challenges and Opportunities

 

Marco Mezzavilla, New York University


Mission Critical Voice Quality of Experience Measurement Methods

 

Tim Thompson, NIST PSCR


 

Modeling and Improving Device-to-Device Direct Discovery 

 

Colin Brady, University of Washington


Open-Source Simulation Platform for Public Safety

 

Richard Rouil, NIST

Tom Henderson, University of Washington

Marco Mezzavilla, New York University

Michele Polese, University of Padova


Recent Mission Critical Voice Quality of Experience Awarded Projects

 

Brad Fain, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Alessio Medda, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Henning Sculzrinne, Columbia University


Mission Critical Voice Quality of Experience Speech-Based Access Measurement

 

Jaden Pieper, NIST PSCR


OpenFirst - The Open-Source LTE Platform for First Responders

 

Paul Sutton, Software Radio Systems
 


Device-to-Device System for Public Safety (DDPS)

 

Richard Lau, Perspecta Labs

Stephanie Demers, Perspecta Labs

Eric Beck, Perspecta Labs

Heechang Kim, Perspecta Labs


Evaluating Multicast Capability in LTE Public Safety Networks

 

Chunmei Liu, NIST 


Created September 26, 2019, Updated November 15, 2019