09.25.2005 08:00 AM
55th annual IEEE broadcast symposium set

The 55th Annual IEEE Broadcast Symposium will be held October 12-14 at The Hotel Washington, in Washington, DC.

The Annual Broadcast Symposium, presented by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Broadcast Technology Society (BTS), includes three days of technical papers, a joint luncheon with the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers (AFCCE) and the annual society awards luncheon.

Wednesday October 12 will feature a full day of Mobile and Multimedia Broadcasting papers, followed by an evening session on Technical Regulatory Issues.

On Thursday October 13, the technical program features sessions on Audio Broadcasting and DTV System Performance and Measurements. The speaker for the Joint AFCCE/IEEE luncheon will be Marsha J. MacBride, executive vice president, law and regulatory policy, National Association of Broadcasters.

Friday, October 14, features Satellite Broadcasting and Distributed DTV Transmission technical sessions, concluding with a panel discussion on Distributed Transmission. The Friday program also features the annual Broadcast Technology Society awards luncheon.

Full program information and registration for the Broadcast Symposium may be found at www.ieee.org/organizations/society/bt/sympo.html.

Early registration discounts are available through Oct. 1, 2005.

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