[vcf-midatlantic] Help! We need a VCF East keynote speaker
glenn.f.roberts at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 17:40:10 EST 2018
Yes Bob is mostly known in IEEE circles and a veteran of Bell Labs and Bellcore. His main claim to fame was adaptive equalization which essentially enabled telephone line modems to handle 9600 baud (a fourfold advancement in performance at the time). He would be a good speaker to look back at the evolution of IT (he authored the "Reflections" column for IEEE Spectrum for many years, see http://www.boblucky.com/spectrum.htm )
He's been around the industry a very long time and would probably be able to reflect on the evolution of computing and information technology (and the future). And he still lives in the area.
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> From: Evan Koblentz [mailto:evan at vcfed.org]
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> > I know bob lucky (http://www.boblucky.com/). He's local (NJ).
> Not familiar with him, but I checked out his web site. Lots of Bell Labs /
> Telcordia experience .... what is his role in computer history?
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