Contact: pierredv at hotmail dotcom
Recent work (2013-17; earlier work is here)
The paper "Analysing Wi-Fi/LTE Coexistence to Demonstrate the Value of Risk-Informed Interference Assessment," written with Andra Voicu, Ljiljana Simić, Marina Petrova and Petri Mähönen won the Best Paper award at IEEE DySPAN 2017 (forthcoming in IEEE Xplore)
The paper "A Risk-Informed Interference Assessment of MetSat/LTE Coexistence," co-authored with Uri Livnat and Susan Tonkin, is available via IEEE Access, DOI: 10.1109/ACCESS.2017.2685592, http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7885539/. Thanks to the University of Colorado Open Access Fund for supporting this publication.
The FCC TAC paper "A Case Study of Risk-Informed Interference Assessment: MetSat/LTE Co-existence in 1695–1710 MHz" was published in December 2015 (http://bit.ly/TACriskcase, pdf); I was the author.
I was a member of an FCC TAC (Technological Advisory Council) working group that wrote the white paper "Basic Principles for Assessing Compatibility of New Spectrum Allocations" (pdf, Release 1.1, 11 December 2015)
I testified at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on “Wireless Broadband and the Future of Spectrum Policy" on July 30, 2015. My testimony is here. My remarks are at in the archived webcast, starting at 58:02; see also a question from Chairman Thune and my reply starting at 2:05:43.
The FCC Technological Advisory Council published "A Quick Introduction to Risk-Informed Interference Assessment" (http://bit.ly/TACriskintro, pdf) on 1 April 2015; I was the lead author.
Tyler Cox has posted two risk-related working papers to SSRN: "Instances of Worst-Case Scenario Based Analysis Pushback by the FCC" (http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=2559816) and "Piloting Risk-Informed Interference Assessment Using Waivers" (http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=2543632). I commissioned and supervised the work.
I had two papers at TPRC this year (September 13, 2014):
I filed comments on July 14, 2014 (corrected on July 29) and reply comments on August 15, 2014 on the FCC's Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in the 3.5 GHz proceeding (WT Docket No. 12-354) .
Laura Littman and I wrote a working paper on "The Use of Statistical Risk Assessment by the FCC in Spectrum Regulation" (http://ssrn.com/abstract=2418504).
An FCC TAC working group I participated in published a Recommended Charter entitled "Multi-stakeholder Organization to Develop Interference Limits Policies" on June 17, 2014; the lead author was Doug Brake.
An FCC TAC working group I participated in published a White Paper entitled "Introduction to Interference Resolution, Enforcement and Radio Noise" on June 10, 2014; the lead author was Dale Hatfield.
Phil Weiser and I presented a paper (pdf, web page; see http://bit.ly/unlockingspectrum for all resources) on "Unlocking Spectrum Value through Improved Allocation, Assignment and Adjudication of Spectrum Rights" at a Hamilton Project event at Brookings on 24 March 2014. Documents, briefs, backgrounders and video are available on the event page. My eight minute presentation of the ideas starts at 3:04 in the video; for a quick read, I recommend the policy brief (pdf).
The FCC TAC (Technological Advisory Council) published "Interference Limits Policy and Harm Claim Thresholds: An Introduction" (pdf) on 5 March 2014; I was the principal author.
Here's an introduction to harm claim thresholds and interference limits: http://sdrv.ms/1impAKx (6 pages, first version January 2014).
My paper "Optimizing receiver performance using harm claim thresholds" has been published in Telecommunications Policy: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2013.04.008. It's part of the TPRC 2012 special issue.
Earlier work (2005-2012)
TPRC board member (2013-)
FCC Technological Advisory Council member (2013-)
TPRC program committee chair (2011, 2012)