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Vice President

Company Description: The NSMA is a voluntary international association of microwave radio/wireless and satellite frequency coordinators, licensees, manufacturers and regulators....   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MS degree , electrical engineering
    Oklahoma State
  • BS Degree , electrical engineering
    Oklahoma State
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National Spectrum Managers Association
www.nsma.org, 30 Sept 2014 [cached]
Vice President George Kizer After receiving BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering from Oklahoma State and Iowa State universities respectively, George began his microwave radio career in the U. S. Air Force. He was a communications officer leading a Scope Creek team of senior Air Force technicians around the world evaluating Department of Defense (DoD) fixed point to point microwave radio communication links. After his service in the Air Force, he joined the DoD as a civil servant and became the microwave radio systems engineer for the Digital European Backbone, the first DoD digital microwave radio system. George later worked for Alcatel-Lucent, Alcatel USA, Collins Transmission Systems Division of Rockwell International and Collins Radio Company. While at Rockwell and Alcatel, George served as Systems Engineer (primarily overseas microwave projects), Program Manager (various long haul and turn key microwave projects), and Product Manager of network management and fixed point to point microwave radio products. George authored the books Digital Microwave Communication, Microwave Communication and the chapter “Microwave Radio Communication” in Handbook of Microwave Technology.
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George Kizer
President, Tele Vision
George Kizer is currently a telecommunications consultant specializing in microwave radio and fiber optics.With a B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering, George offers engineering and training in network development and implementation.
With over 30 years experience in the fixed point-to-point microwave industry, George Kizer has engineered or program managed microwave radio projects around the world.For six years he was Alcatel USA's Wireless Product Manager specializing in SONET Microwave Radio and Network Management products.George lead the definition of numerous telecommunications networks integrating radio and fiber transport equipment using SONET, asynchronous, ATM and IP technologies.This included engineering synchronization network for both synchronous and asynchronous network elements, defining ring and mesh architectures, evaluating various path and span approaches and integration of proprietary, TL1 and SNMP fault management networks.
George authored the book Microwave Communication and the chapter Microwave Radio Communicationin Handbook of Microwave Technology.He chaired the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Fixed Point-to-Point Microwave Section in Washington, D.C. Under his chairmanship the TIA Section, in cooperation with the National Spectrum Managers Association, rewrote the FCC rules governing microwave radio systems, created rules and procedures for sharing frequencies with various satellite and PCS systems and introduced them to the fixed, PCS and satellite industry as well as Telcordia.He helped develop the industry standard method for calculating interference into analog and digital radios subjected to arbitrary interference.
George Kizer
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George Kizer
With 30 years experience in the fixed point-to-point microwave industry, George Kizer has program managed or system engineered microwave radio projects around the world.His achievements include the original PBS satellite and microwave national video interconnect, the Trans-Holland Royal Dutch Airforce network, the first Korean digital radio backbone, the 140% expansion of the Korean Telecommunications Authority long haul microwave network, and the first United States cross-country (>1000 miles) in-service microwave radio system upgrade from analog to digital transmission.For the last six years he was Alcatel USA's Wireless Product Manager specializing in SONET and Network Management products.
After completing his B. S. and M. S. degrees in Electrical Engineering, George served as U. S. Air Force Communications Engineer for Project Scope Creek.As an Electronic Systems Engineer for the Air Force Communication Service, he engineered the microwave radio and multiplex portion of the Digital European Backbone, the first digital radio system across Europe.
George authored the book Microwave Communication and the chapter, "Microwave Radio Communication," in Handbook of Microwave Technology.He chaired the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Fixed Point-to-Point Microwave Section in Washington, D.C. (the major telecommunications manufacturers' representative to the FCC, ITU and other industry user and manufacturing organizations).During his tenure the TIA Section, in cooperation with the National Spectrum Managers Association, rewrote the FCC rules governing microwave radio systems (now FCC Part 101), created rules and procedures for sharing frequencies with various satellite and PCS systems and introduced them to the fixed, PCS and satellite industry as well as Telcordia.He developed the industry standard method for calculating interference into analog and digital radios subjected to arbitrary interference (documented in TIA Bulletin 10F).He also authored US ITU Study Group 4/9 recommendations regarding inter-service coordination procedure and frequency sharing techniques (adopted during ITU WAC 97 in Geneva).
He resides in Plano, Texas, with his wife Anne and two dogs, Murphy and Taffy.His daughter Amy is pursuing a Ph.D. at the University of Miami, and his son Mark is a software developer for Vignette in Austin.Away from work, George plays tennis and volunteers as an adoption counselor for the SPCA.
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George Kizer, President • TeleVision, Inc.
George Kizer is currently an independent consultant specializing in microwave radio and fiber optics systems. George has 35 years of telecommunications experience primarily with Alcatel-Lucent, Alcatel and the telecommunications division of Rockwell International. While at Rockwell and Alcatel, George served as Systems Engineer (primarily international microwave projects), Program Manager (various long haul and turn key microwave projects), and Product Manager of computer based radio network management and microwave radio products. He holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University.
IWCE 2009
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George Kizer, President, Tele Vision
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