Within the past 5 years, a new high-speed wireless technology known as
"Wi-Fi" has been gaining popularity both in the corporate and
commercial retail markets. This technology, which allows computers to
communicate in an unlicensed spectrum at data rates better than or equal
to a hard line connection is being used in a wide variety of applications
from unwiring corporate networks, to selling high speed internet service
to rural parts of America. Virtually anywhere you might travel these days
from coffee shops, to airports, to hotels, to conference centers, high
speed wireless connectivity is being offered. You can even buy wireless
routers for your home to unwire yourself. The applications for using the
technology are wide ranging and the potential for growth not only in the
wi-fi industry itself, but also for those who can maximize the potential
benefits of the technology is tremendous.
Cameron Crum is the founder and VP of Operations at Dot-11 Networks, a
wireless internet service provider serving both the private residential
markets and the and multi-family industry based out of Fort Worth, Texas.
Mr. Crum has a diverse background in wireless communications system design
and optimization. Mr. Crum has designed and optimized hundreds of wireless
communications sites in three different countries and also co-founded Wave
Concepts International, an engineering consulting and software company.
Mr. Crum has a particular technology background in analog cellular, TDMA,
IS-95 CDMA, CDMA 1xRTT, CDMA 1xEVDO, GSM, and the IEEE 802.11 standards.
Mr. Crum co-authored Athena, a second generation RF Planning and
Optimization software suite. Mr. Crum has additional particular experience
at Sprint Cellular, Fluor Daniel Telecom, Mobile Systems Intentional,
Carlson Technologies, and Agilent Technologies. In addition to his duties
at Dot-11 Networks, Mr. Crum currently serves as CTO, RF Engineering
Manager, and Product Manager for Wave Concepts International. Mr. Crum
holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the
University of New Mexico.
Dot11 Networks, Inc.
2611 Ryan Place Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76110