Steven J. Crowley

Steven J. Crowley
Consulting Engineer
Steven J. Crowley P.E.

Steve Crowley helps organizations succeed in R&D activities, strategy planning and execution, business transactions, patent portfolio management, and regulatory proceedings. He often accomplishes this by joining a company’s team and working with the members to develop and execute tactics in support of an existing strategy. In this work, Steve draws on his skills and experience in engineering, business, and writing.

Steve’s consulting experience of over 20 years in over 400 projects includes 3G, 4G, unlicensed, satellite, public safety, and machine-to-machine communications. He also has experience in core networks, smart grid, cognitive radio, biomedical telemetry, device performance measurement, and domestic and international broadcasting. Clients have included manufacturers, service providers, government agencies, entrepreneurs, and law firms.

Steve has led or participated in many industry and government activities dealing with standardization and technology assessment, including those associated with APCO, 3GPP, 3GPP2, IEEE 802, CTIA, TIA, and the Public Safety Wireless Advisory Committee. He has published many articles on technology in industry and popular publications and contributed a chapter to a book on due-diligence review of broadcast stations. He has spoken before industry groups on subjects such as digital audio broadcasting, human exposure to radio-frequency energy, and new business opportunities in technology. He is a regular contributor at the High Tech Forum.

Steve holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (B.S.E.E.) from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He is the co-inventor of several wireless communications technologies, each of which has been awarded a United States patent. He is licensed as a Professional Engineer in the District of Columbia.

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May 17, 2011

An exploration of lessons learned in wireless networking that impact spectrum assignment policies and contemporary issues in spectrum.