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Markus Dillinger received his Diplom-Ing. degree in telecommunications in 1990 from the University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. In 1991 he joined the Mobile Network Division at Siemens to develop call processing software for the GSM base stations. Later, he joined the system engineering division where he was responsible for the evaluation software for the Siemens Channel Sounder measurement equipment. In addition, he was responsible for the definition of the technical requirements and specification on the GSM base station line interfaces. From 1995 on he was working on the definition of the third mobile radio generation in the European research project FRAMES and in 1999 he was appointed Technical Manager of FRAMES. Since January 2000 he has been the project leader of the European research project TRUST and the follow-up project SCOUT for Software Radio. He has published many articles in the field of WCDMA and software radio.
Nancy Alonistioti has a BSc degree and a PhD degree in Informatics and Telecommunications (University of Athens). She had been working for 7 years at the Institute of Informatics and Telecommunications of NCSR ‘Demokritos’ in the areas of protocol and service design and testing, mobile systems (UMTS), open architectures, CORBA, Intelligent Networks and SDR systems and networks. She has collaborated for one year as an expert at the Greek regulatory organisation and she is currently ...
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