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Wrong Bob Powers?

Bob Powers

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Employment History

Chief Scientist


Chief Scientist

Federal Communications Commission


MCI Inc.


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www.kwmv.com

• Jeff Briggs • Mary Bryant • Steve Chandler - The Valley Piper • Butch Gemin • Elaine Hall • Drew Horton • Paul Leach • Joanie Liebman • Gary & Gwyn Miller • David Niemeyer • Bob Powers • Les Schickling • Bar Scott & Brent Bruser • Gary Taylor • Roland Williams • Roger Wise
Bob Powers Show: Music Your Way - Classical Music snapshot: Broad array of classical music and opera focused on based on a series of LPs Bob is on the board of "In Concert: Classical Music in the Valley", and plays bassoon in three bands in Westcliffe, Canon City and Pueblo West. He has been in the valley 12 years, retiring from the Federal Communications Commission and MCI Telecommunications with a focus on telecommunications technology policy. Locally he participates in recycling and substitute teaching. He likes jazz, swing, and folk music, as well as the classical music he plays on air.


www.marcus-spectrum.com [cached]

1) As I have described elsewhere, my "reward" for persevering and getting the spread spectrum/ISM band rules (now 15.247 and the basis for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, and a host of other products) adopted in 25 years ago, was to get caught up in a "bloodbath" in OET's predecessor organization which attempted to dismiss Chief Scientist Robert Powers, his deputy Margaret "Peggy" Reed (now Greene), and myself a few months later in the Fall of 1985.


www.cablecenter.org

TAYLOR: I find it interesting that Bob Powers who was at the Bureau of Standards, and then became Chief Scientist at the FCC, now with MCI, is a chemist.
He has a PhD in chemistry, not chemical engineering, but chemistry. And he has turned out to be quite an engineer, too.


www.marcus-spectrum.com [cached]

1) As I have described elsewhere, my "reward" for persevering and getting the spread spectrum/ISM band rules (now 15.247 and the basis for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, and a host of other products) adopted in 25 years ago, was to get caught up in a "bloodbath" in OET's predecessor organization which attempted to dismiss Chief Scientist Robert Powers, his deputy Margaret "Peggy" Reed (now Greene), and myself a few months later in the Fall of 1985.


www.cablecenter.org [cached]

Bob Powers, who was the chief scientist for the FCC for a while, was a PhD in chemistry ... not chemical engineering, but chemistry.


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