Рассел джесси. Книга: Jesse Russell «История Европейского союза» Теннис в Красногорске
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Книга: Jesse Russell «Девиантное поведение». Рассел джесси


Джесси Рассел – биография, книги, отзывы, цитаты

Это было несколько лет назад. На прием пришли мама и девочка 14 лет. Маму волновало только отсутствие месячных у дочери. Девочку этот вопрос не волновал совершенно, она была очень недовольна такими "глупыми" мамиными страхами. Первые же фразы мамы дали понять, что девочка у неё самая талантливая, самая способная в классе. Будет поступать в супер-престижный ВУЗ после школы. Девочка уже в 8 классе, осталось всего 4 года, надо заниматься-заниматься-заниматься. В общем, мне дали понять, что на приеме не абы кто, необходимо срочно дать таблетки, восстанавливающие цикл, и больше от нас не нужно ничего. Попытка разговорить девочку не дала никаких результатов. Во многом, благодаря амбициозной маме. "Ну, какое тебе дело, что ест и сколько спит моя дочь!" - эта фраза просто сверкала в её глазах. Я назначила витамины - это не помогло, естественно.

Через 3 недели мама была уже немного растеряна. Она сообщила страшную тайну: дочь совсем перестала есть, только пьет воду, прыгает по 1000-1500 раз на скакалке, и ежедневно ходит пешком на Красное солнышко - это гора в нашем парке. На Красное солнышко ведут два маршрута паркового терренкура. Оба они начинаются в нижней части парка, у Нарзанной галереи, на высоте 813 метров над уровнем моря, и поднимаются до высоты около 1100 метров. Один из этих маршрутов (номер 2), на Красном солнышке, и заканчивается. Он более длителен по своей протяженности (5,8 км), но зато режим подъёма по нему более щадящий. Маршрут 3 значительно короче, но он требует лучшей физической подготовки, так как на его пути приходится преодолевать более крутые подъёмы.

Так вот, девочка бегала вверх по 3 маршруту, а возвращалась по 2. Можно представить, что было с сердечно-сосудистой системой при таких нагрузках. В этот раз девочка согласилась взвешиваться. Оказалось, что при росте 167 см, её вес всего 36 кг. Но от дальнейшего лечения обе категорически продолжали отказываться.

Я могу долго рассказывать о наших беседах с мамой. Они были абсолютно бессмысленны, маму волновало в первую очередь только одно: девочка должна ходить в школу, заниматься с репетиторами, и вообще! У неё большое будущее впереди, а глупая тетёха зачем-то ведет речь о консультации психиатра! Они ушли, так и не согласившись на лечение. Я до сих пор думаю, могла бы найти такие слова, которые убедили бы эту маму? И до сих пор не уверена, что на тот момент меня могли бы услышать...

Девочку привезли в реанимацию месяц спустя. Вес её был уже 29 кг. Она просто не проснулась утром. Мама плакала, винила всех, но не себя. Хотя девочка до последнего дня продолжала бегать-прыгать и голодать. На вопрос: «Почему не обращались за помощью, когда видели уже совершенно невозможное истощение дочери?», мама ответила: «К психиатру? Стыдно же! Всё будущее девочке это испортит!»

Девочку спасти не удалось. Она умерла через сутки после поступления в реанимацию, так и не приходя в сознание...

История произошла: 2005 г.

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Джесси Рассел, Рональд Кон – биография, книги, отзывы, цитаты

Это было несколько лет назад. На прием пришли мама и девочка 14 лет. Маму волновало только отсутствие месячных у дочери. Девочку этот вопрос не волновал совершенно, она была очень недовольна такими "глупыми" мамиными страхами. Первые же фразы мамы дали понять, что девочка у неё самая талантливая, самая способная в классе. Будет поступать в супер-престижный ВУЗ после школы. Девочка уже в 8 классе, осталось всего 4 года, надо заниматься-заниматься-заниматься. В общем, мне дали понять, что на приеме не абы кто, необходимо срочно дать таблетки, восстанавливающие цикл, и больше от нас не нужно ничего. Попытка разговорить девочку не дала никаких результатов. Во многом, благодаря амбициозной маме. "Ну, какое тебе дело, что ест и сколько спит моя дочь!" - эта фраза просто сверкала в её глазах. Я назначила витамины - это не помогло, естественно.

Через 3 недели мама была уже немного растеряна. Она сообщила страшную тайну: дочь совсем перестала есть, только пьет воду, прыгает по 1000-1500 раз на скакалке, и ежедневно ходит пешком на Красное солнышко - это гора в нашем парке. На Красное солнышко ведут два маршрута паркового терренкура. Оба они начинаются в нижней части парка, у Нарзанной галереи, на высоте 813 метров над уровнем моря, и поднимаются до высоты около 1100 метров. Один из этих маршрутов (номер 2), на Красном солнышке, и заканчивается. Он более длителен по своей протяженности (5,8 км), но зато режим подъёма по нему более щадящий. Маршрут 3 значительно короче, но он требует лучшей физической подготовки, так как на его пути приходится преодолевать более крутые подъёмы.

Так вот, девочка бегала вверх по 3 маршруту, а возвращалась по 2. Можно представить, что было с сердечно-сосудистой системой при таких нагрузках. В этот раз девочка согласилась взвешиваться. Оказалось, что при росте 167 см, её вес всего 36 кг. Но от дальнейшего лечения обе категорически продолжали отказываться.

Я могу долго рассказывать о наших беседах с мамой. Они были абсолютно бессмысленны, маму волновало в первую очередь только одно: девочка должна ходить в школу, заниматься с репетиторами, и вообще! У неё большое будущее впереди, а глупая тетёха зачем-то ведет речь о консультации психиатра! Они ушли, так и не согласившись на лечение. Я до сих пор думаю, могла бы найти такие слова, которые убедили бы эту маму? И до сих пор не уверена, что на тот момент меня могли бы услышать...

Девочку привезли в реанимацию месяц спустя. Вес её был уже 29 кг. Она просто не проснулась утром. Мама плакала, винила всех, но не себя. Хотя девочка до последнего дня продолжала бегать-прыгать и голодать. На вопрос: «Почему не обращались за помощью, когда видели уже совершенно невозможное истощение дочери?», мама ответила: «К психиатру? Стыдно же! Всё будущее девочке это испортит!»

Девочку спасти не удалось. Она умерла через сутки после поступления в реанимацию, так и не приходя в сознание...

История произошла: 2005 г.

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Книга: Jesse Russell. Старение (биология)

Jesse Russell Born Residence Nationality Education Occupation Employer Known for Title Spouse Children
Parents
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Jesse Eugene RussellApril 26, 1948(1948-04-26)Nashville, Tennessee
Piscataway, New Jersey
African-American
B.S.E.E., Tennessee State University; M.S.E.E., Stanford University
Inventor
incNETWORKS, Inc.
Electrical Engineering; Digital Cellular Technology
Chief Executive Officer
Amanda O. Russell
Tina R. CarrJesse E. Russell Jr.William E. W. RussellCatalina M. Russell
Charles Albert RussellMary Louise Russell

Jesse Eugene Russell (b April 26, 1948) is an African-American inventor and one of the visionaries’ whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communications industry, the driver of growth in 21st century. Trained as an electrical engineer at Tennessee State University and Stanford University, and recognized globally as a thought-leader, technology expert and inventor in the field of wireless communication for over 20 years, Russell has played a major role in shaping the wireless communications industry direction through his visionary leadership and innovative perspectives for standards, technologies as well as innovative new wireless service concepts.

He holds numerous patents and continues to invent and innovate in the emerging area of next generation broadband wireless networks, technologies and services, which is frequently referred to as 4G. Russell was inducted into the United States’ National Academy of Engineering during the Clinton Administration for his innovative contribution to the field of Wireless Communication. He pioneered the field of digital cellular communication in the 80s through the use of high power linear amplification and low bit rate voice encoding technologies and received a patent in 1992 (US patent # 5,084,869) for his work in the area of digital cellular base station design.

Russell is currently Chairman and CEO of incNETWORKS,Inc. a New Jersey, USA based Broadband Wireless Communications Company focused on 4th Generation (4G) Broadband Wireless Communications Technologies, Networks and Services.

Early life and education

Jesse Eugene Russell was born April 26, 1948 in Hickville, Tennessee in the United States of America into a large African-American family with eight brothers and two sisters. He is the son of Charles Albert Russell and Mary Louise Russell. His early childhood was spent in economically and socially challenged neighborhoods within the inner-city of Nashville. During his early years, he focused on athletics and not academics. A key turning point in Russell’s life was the opportunity to attend a summer educational program at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Russell participated in this educational opportunity and began his academic and intellectual pursuits. Russell continued his education at Tennessee State University Tennessee State University where he focused on electrical engineering. A Bachelor of Science Degree (BSEE) in Electrical Engineering was conferred in 1972 from Tennessee State University. As a top honor student in the School of Engineering, Russell became the first African American to be hired directly from a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by AT&T Bell Laboratories and subsequently became the first African-American in the United States to be selected as the Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year in 1980. Russell continued his academic pursuits and obtained his Master of Electrical Engineering (MSEE) degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, in 1973.

Innovations & Patents

Russell’s innovations in wireless communication systems, architectures and technology related to radio access networks, end user devices and in-building wireless communication systems has fundamentally changed the wireless communication industry. Known for his patented invention of the digital cellular base station, that enabled new digital services for cellular mobile users, Russell continues to innovate in the emerging next generation broadband wireless communication technologies, products, networks, and services as well as “Mobile Cloud Computing” which are shaping the forefront of the 4G Communication Industry.

Over 100 patents granted or in process, thirty years of experience in Research and Development at prominent institutions, and pioneering technologies such as the invention of the first digital cellular base station and fiber optic microcell utilizing high power linear amplifier technology and digital modulation techniques, which laid the foundation for the digital cellular evolution, digital cellular standards, personal communications networks as well as the emergence of “Mobile Cloud Computing” within 4G broadband wireless networks. These are only some of the inventions that have forged new directions for the wireless communication industry. Listed below are a few significant patents.

Patent No. Description
7,437,158 Advanced multi-network client device for wideband multimedia access to private and public wireless networks
7,120,139 Broadband cable telephony network architecture IP ITN network architecture reference model
5,724,665 Wireless communication base station
5,655,003 Wireless terminal having digital radio processing with automatic communication system selection capability
5,608,780 Wireless communication system having base units which extracts channel and setup information from nearby base units
5,257,397 Mobile data telephone
5,084,869 Base station for mobile radio telecommunications systems

Professional Accomplishments

Jesse is currently building the first Broadband Wireless Communications Network focused on 4th Generation Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Communications Networks and Technologies that is fully compliant with International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards. Russell continues to innovate and invent new wireless communications technology solutions as the Chief Executive Officer of incNETWORKS which designs, sells, and manages privately owned broadband wireless communications’ equipment and networks for emerging broadband cellular applications based on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio techniques. Offering broadband wireless communications solutions to small and mid-size business customers, incNETWORKS is one of the emerging technology leaders in the development of MicroLTE product platforms for 4G.

Russell joined Bell Labs as a Member of the Technical Staff. He was one of the first designers to embrace the use of microprocessor in the design of equipment for use in the telecommunication network for monitoring and tracking calling patterns within the Bell System Network. The system was referred to as the traffic data collection systems, which using a microprocessor-based portable data terminals for interfacing to electro-mechanical switching systems.

Russell's career, and knowledge in wireless technology and standards advanced, while he served in numerous positions; Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), Vice President of Advanced Wireless Technology Laboratory (Bell Labs), Chief Technical Officer for the Network Wireless Systems Business Unit (Bell Labs), Chief Wireless Architect of AT&T, and Vice President of Advanced Communications Technologies for AT&T Laboratories (formerly a part of Bell Labs).

As the Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), this Bell Labs Group formally managed by Russell is credited with the invention of cellular radio technology and received the United States' Medal of Technology for the invention.

Russell continued to develop his expertise as he established and lead an Innovation Center focused on Applied Research in Advanced Communication Technologies that enabling AT&T to extend its existing portfolio of services and expand into new businesses and markets. As a key decision maker in the selection and development of emerging communications technologies, Russell’s efforts lead to the rapid realization of new access network platforms that enable AT&T to expand it’s broadband communication network options (i.e., Specialization: Cable Access Networks, DSL Access Networks, Power-line Carrier Access Networks, Fixed Wireless Access Networks, Satellite Access Networks and Broadband Wireless Communications Networks). The applications of these access technologies were one of the keys in expanding AT&T's interest in re-building it local access services business.

Acknowledgements

  1. Elected as IEC Fellow for contributions in the development of Broadband Communications Access Technologies into the International Engineering Consortium (IEC), 1999
  2. Inductee into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for the development of and contributions to digital cellular communications, 1995
  3. Elected to IEEE Fellow grade for technical leadership in the development of digital wireless communication concepts, technology, systems and standards, 1994
  4. US Black Engineer of the Year for best Technical Contributions in Digital Cellular and Microcellular Technology, 1992, US Black Engineer Magazine
  5. America's New Leadership Class Award 1985, Esquire Magazine
  6. Outstanding Service Award 1983, Eta Kappa Nu
  7. Outstanding Scientist Award 1982, National Society of Black Engineers
  8. Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year, 1980
  9. Scientist of the Year Award 1980, National Technical Associations Inc

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  1. Board of Directors Advisor, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
  2. Board of Governors, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society
  3. Chairman of the Board, Electromagnetic Energy Association (EEA, Third term)
  4. Chairman, Mobile & Personal Communications Division of TIA
  5. Chairman, Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) -Wireless Communication Standards Organization
  6. Fellow member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE)
  7. Fellow member of the International Engineering Consortium (IEC)
  8. Inducted Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  9. Member of the Technological Advisory Council (TAC), U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  10. Member of Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
  11. Member of International Regulatory and Standards Committee on Third Generation Wireless Communications Systems
  12. Member of the Congressional Subcommittee on Technology Member, National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Electronic Engineering Section and Computer Science & Engineering Section
  13. Member of the Information & Technology Council of the American Management Association
  14. Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  15. Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  16. Member Tau Beta Pi Honor Society
  17. Past Chairman, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Cellular Radio and Common Carrier Section (1987–1992)
  18. Technical Program Chairman, 38th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Philadelphia
  19. Technical Program Chairman, 43rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Secaucus
  20. Testified before Judge Green on Bell System Divesture

Publications

Major Addresses

References

Persondata
Name Russell, Jesse
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth April 26, 2022
Place of birth Hickville, Tennessee
Date of death
Place of death

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Книга: Jesse Russell. Девиантное поведение

Jesse Russell Born Residence Nationality Education Occupation Employer Known for Title Spouse Children Parents
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Jesse Eugene RussellApril 26, 1948(1948-04-26)Nashville, Tennessee
Piscataway, New Jersey
African-American
B.S.E.E., Tennessee State University; M.S.E.E., Stanford University
Inventor
incNETWORKS, Inc.
Electrical Engineering; Digital Cellular Technology
Chief Executive Officer
Amanda O. Russell
Tina R. CarrJesse E. Russell Jr.William E. W. RussellCatalina M. Russell
Charles Albert RussellMary Louise Russell

Jesse Eugene Russell (b April 26, 1948) is an African-American inventor and one of the visionaries’ whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communications industry, the driver of growth in 21st century. Trained as an electrical engineer at Tennessee State University and Stanford University, and recognized globally as a thought-leader, technology expert and inventor in the field of wireless communication for over 20 years, Russell has played a major role in shaping the wireless communications industry direction through his visionary leadership and innovative perspectives for standards, technologies as well as innovative new wireless service concepts.

He holds numerous patents and continues to invent and innovate in the emerging area of next generation broadband wireless networks, technologies and services, which is frequently referred to as 4G. Russell was inducted into the United States’ National Academy of Engineering during the Clinton Administration for his innovative contribution to the field of Wireless Communication. He pioneered the field of digital cellular communication in the 80s through the use of high power linear amplification and low bit rate voice encoding technologies and received a patent in 1992 (US patent # 5,084,869) for his work in the area of digital cellular base station design.

Russell is currently Chairman and CEO of incNETWORKS,Inc. a New Jersey, USA based Broadband Wireless Communications Company focused on 4th Generation (4G) Broadband Wireless Communications Technologies, Networks and Services.

Early life and education

Jesse Eugene Russell was born April 26, 1948 in Hickville, Tennessee in the United States of America into a large African-American family with eight brothers and two sisters. He is the son of Charles Albert Russell and Mary Louise Russell. His early childhood was spent in economically and socially challenged neighborhoods within the inner-city of Nashville. During his early years, he focused on athletics and not academics. A key turning point in Russell’s life was the opportunity to attend a summer educational program at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Russell participated in this educational opportunity and began his academic and intellectual pursuits. Russell continued his education at Tennessee State University Tennessee State University where he focused on electrical engineering. A Bachelor of Science Degree (BSEE) in Electrical Engineering was conferred in 1972 from Tennessee State University. As a top honor student in the School of Engineering, Russell became the first African American to be hired directly from a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by AT&T Bell Laboratories and subsequently became the first African-American in the United States to be selected as the Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year in 1980. Russell continued his academic pursuits and obtained his Master of Electrical Engineering (MSEE) degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, in 1973.

Innovations & Patents

Russell’s innovations in wireless communication systems, architectures and technology related to radio access networks, end user devices and in-building wireless communication systems has fundamentally changed the wireless communication industry. Known for his patented invention of the digital cellular base station, that enabled new digital services for cellular mobile users, Russell continues to innovate in the emerging next generation broadband wireless communication technologies, products, networks, and services as well as “Mobile Cloud Computing” which are shaping the forefront of the 4G Communication Industry.

Over 100 patents granted or in process, thirty years of experience in Research and Development at prominent institutions, and pioneering technologies such as the invention of the first digital cellular base station and fiber optic microcell utilizing high power linear amplifier technology and digital modulation techniques, which laid the foundation for the digital cellular evolution, digital cellular standards, personal communications networks as well as the emergence of “Mobile Cloud Computing” within 4G broadband wireless networks. These are only some of the inventions that have forged new directions for the wireless communication industry. Listed below are a few significant patents.

Patent No. Description
7,437,158 Advanced multi-network client device for wideband multimedia access to private and public wireless networks
7,120,139 Broadband cable telephony network architecture IP ITN network architecture reference model
5,724,665 Wireless communication base station
5,655,003 Wireless terminal having digital radio processing with automatic communication system selection capability
5,608,780 Wireless communication system having base units which extracts channel and setup information from nearby base units
5,257,397 Mobile data telephone
5,084,869 Base station for mobile radio telecommunications systems

Professional Accomplishments

Jesse is currently building the first Broadband Wireless Communications Network focused on 4th Generation Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Communications Networks and Technologies that is fully compliant with International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards. Russell continues to innovate and invent new wireless communications technology solutions as the Chief Executive Officer of incNETWORKS which designs, sells, and manages privately owned broadband wireless communications’ equipment and networks for emerging broadband cellular applications based on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio techniques. Offering broadband wireless communications solutions to small and mid-size business customers, incNETWORKS is one of the emerging technology leaders in the development of MicroLTE product platforms for 4G.

Russell joined Bell Labs as a Member of the Technical Staff. He was one of the first designers to embrace the use of microprocessor in the design of equipment for use in the telecommunication network for monitoring and tracking calling patterns within the Bell System Network. The system was referred to as the traffic data collection systems, which using a microprocessor-based portable data terminals for interfacing to electro-mechanical switching systems.

Russell's career, and knowledge in wireless technology and standards advanced, while he served in numerous positions; Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), Vice President of Advanced Wireless Technology Laboratory (Bell Labs), Chief Technical Officer for the Network Wireless Systems Business Unit (Bell Labs), Chief Wireless Architect of AT&T, and Vice President of Advanced Communications Technologies for AT&T Laboratories (formerly a part of Bell Labs).

As the Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), this Bell Labs Group formally managed by Russell is credited with the invention of cellular radio technology and received the United States' Medal of Technology for the invention.

Russell continued to develop his expertise as he established and lead an Innovation Center focused on Applied Research in Advanced Communication Technologies that enabling AT&T to extend its existing portfolio of services and expand into new businesses and markets. As a key decision maker in the selection and development of emerging communications technologies, Russell’s efforts lead to the rapid realization of new access network platforms that enable AT&T to expand it’s broadband communication network options (i.e., Specialization: Cable Access Networks, DSL Access Networks, Power-line Carrier Access Networks, Fixed Wireless Access Networks, Satellite Access Networks and Broadband Wireless Communications Networks). The applications of these access technologies were one of the keys in expanding AT&T's interest in re-building it local access services business.

Acknowledgements

  1. Elected as IEC Fellow for contributions in the development of Broadband Communications Access Technologies into the International Engineering Consortium (IEC), 1999
  2. Inductee into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for the development of and contributions to digital cellular communications, 1995
  3. Elected to IEEE Fellow grade for technical leadership in the development of digital wireless communication concepts, technology, systems and standards, 1994
  4. US Black Engineer of the Year for best Technical Contributions in Digital Cellular and Microcellular Technology, 1992, US Black Engineer Magazine
  5. America's New Leadership Class Award 1985, Esquire Magazine
  6. Outstanding Service Award 1983, Eta Kappa Nu
  7. Outstanding Scientist Award 1982, National Society of Black Engineers
  8. Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year, 1980
  9. Scientist of the Year Award 1980, National Technical Associations Inc

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  1. Board of Directors Advisor, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
  2. Board of Governors, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society
  3. Chairman of the Board, Electromagnetic Energy Association (EEA, Third term)
  4. Chairman, Mobile & Personal Communications Division of TIA
  5. Chairman, Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) -Wireless Communication Standards Organization
  6. Fellow member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE)
  7. Fellow member of the International Engineering Consortium (IEC)
  8. Inducted Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  9. Member of the Technological Advisory Council (TAC), U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  10. Member of Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
  11. Member of International Regulatory and Standards Committee on Third Generation Wireless Communications Systems
  12. Member of the Congressional Subcommittee on Technology Member, National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Electronic Engineering Section and Computer Science & Engineering Section
  13. Member of the Information & Technology Council of the American Management Association
  14. Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  15. Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  16. Member Tau Beta Pi Honor Society
  17. Past Chairman, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Cellular Radio and Common Carrier Section (1987–1992)
  18. Technical Program Chairman, 38th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Philadelphia
  19. Technical Program Chairman, 43rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Secaucus
  20. Testified before Judge Green on Bell System Divesture

Publications

Major Addresses

References

Persondata
Name Russell, Jesse
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth April 26, 2022
Place of birth Hickville, Tennessee
Date of death
Place of death

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Книга: Jesse Russell. Инфляция

Jesse Russell Born Residence Nationality Education Occupation Employer Known for Title Spouse Children Parents
200px
Jesse Eugene RussellApril 26, 1948(1948-04-26)Nashville, Tennessee
Piscataway, New Jersey
African-American
B.S.E.E., Tennessee State University; M.S.E.E., Stanford University
Inventor
incNETWORKS, Inc.
Electrical Engineering; Digital Cellular Technology
Chief Executive Officer
Amanda O. Russell
Tina R. CarrJesse E. Russell Jr.William E. W. RussellCatalina M. Russell
Charles Albert RussellMary Louise Russell

Jesse Eugene Russell (b April 26, 1948) is an African-American inventor and one of the visionaries’ whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communications industry, the driver of growth in 21st century. Trained as an electrical engineer at Tennessee State University and Stanford University, and recognized globally as a thought-leader, technology expert and inventor in the field of wireless communication for over 20 years, Russell has played a major role in shaping the wireless communications industry direction through his visionary leadership and innovative perspectives for standards, technologies as well as innovative new wireless service concepts.

He holds numerous patents and continues to invent and innovate in the emerging area of next generation broadband wireless networks, technologies and services, which is frequently referred to as 4G. Russell was inducted into the United States’ National Academy of Engineering during the Clinton Administration for his innovative contribution to the field of Wireless Communication. He pioneered the field of digital cellular communication in the 80s through the use of high power linear amplification and low bit rate voice encoding technologies and received a patent in 1992 (US patent # 5,084,869) for his work in the area of digital cellular base station design.

Russell is currently Chairman and CEO of incNETWORKS,Inc. a New Jersey, USA based Broadband Wireless Communications Company focused on 4th Generation (4G) Broadband Wireless Communications Technologies, Networks and Services.

Early life and education

Jesse Eugene Russell was born April 26, 1948 in Hickville, Tennessee in the United States of America into a large African-American family with eight brothers and two sisters. He is the son of Charles Albert Russell and Mary Louise Russell. His early childhood was spent in economically and socially challenged neighborhoods within the inner-city of Nashville. During his early years, he focused on athletics and not academics. A key turning point in Russell’s life was the opportunity to attend a summer educational program at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Russell participated in this educational opportunity and began his academic and intellectual pursuits. Russell continued his education at Tennessee State University Tennessee State University where he focused on electrical engineering. A Bachelor of Science Degree (BSEE) in Electrical Engineering was conferred in 1972 from Tennessee State University. As a top honor student in the School of Engineering, Russell became the first African American to be hired directly from a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by AT&T Bell Laboratories and subsequently became the first African-American in the United States to be selected as the Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year in 1980. Russell continued his academic pursuits and obtained his Master of Electrical Engineering (MSEE) degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, in 1973.

Innovations & Patents

Russell’s innovations in wireless communication systems, architectures and technology related to radio access networks, end user devices and in-building wireless communication systems has fundamentally changed the wireless communication industry. Known for his patented invention of the digital cellular base station, that enabled new digital services for cellular mobile users, Russell continues to innovate in the emerging next generation broadband wireless communication technologies, products, networks, and services as well as “Mobile Cloud Computing” which are shaping the forefront of the 4G Communication Industry.

Over 100 patents granted or in process, thirty years of experience in Research and Development at prominent institutions, and pioneering technologies such as the invention of the first digital cellular base station and fiber optic microcell utilizing high power linear amplifier technology and digital modulation techniques, which laid the foundation for the digital cellular evolution, digital cellular standards, personal communications networks as well as the emergence of “Mobile Cloud Computing” within 4G broadband wireless networks. These are only some of the inventions that have forged new directions for the wireless communication industry. Listed below are a few significant patents.

Patent No. Description
7,437,158 Advanced multi-network client device for wideband multimedia access to private and public wireless networks
7,120,139 Broadband cable telephony network architecture IP ITN network architecture reference model
5,724,665 Wireless communication base station
5,655,003 Wireless terminal having digital radio processing with automatic communication system selection capability
5,608,780 Wireless communication system having base units which extracts channel and setup information from nearby base units
5,257,397 Mobile data telephone
5,084,869 Base station for mobile radio telecommunications systems

Professional Accomplishments

Jesse is currently building the first Broadband Wireless Communications Network focused on 4th Generation Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Communications Networks and Technologies that is fully compliant with International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards. Russell continues to innovate and invent new wireless communications technology solutions as the Chief Executive Officer of incNETWORKS which designs, sells, and manages privately owned broadband wireless communications’ equipment and networks for emerging broadband cellular applications based on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio techniques. Offering broadband wireless communications solutions to small and mid-size business customers, incNETWORKS is one of the emerging technology leaders in the development of MicroLTE product platforms for 4G.

Russell joined Bell Labs as a Member of the Technical Staff. He was one of the first designers to embrace the use of microprocessor in the design of equipment for use in the telecommunication network for monitoring and tracking calling patterns within the Bell System Network. The system was referred to as the traffic data collection systems, which using a microprocessor-based portable data terminals for interfacing to electro-mechanical switching systems.

Russell's career, and knowledge in wireless technology and standards advanced, while he served in numerous positions; Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), Vice President of Advanced Wireless Technology Laboratory (Bell Labs), Chief Technical Officer for the Network Wireless Systems Business Unit (Bell Labs), Chief Wireless Architect of AT&T, and Vice President of Advanced Communications Technologies for AT&T Laboratories (formerly a part of Bell Labs).

As the Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), this Bell Labs Group formally managed by Russell is credited with the invention of cellular radio technology and received the United States' Medal of Technology for the invention.

Russell continued to develop his expertise as he established and lead an Innovation Center focused on Applied Research in Advanced Communication Technologies that enabling AT&T to extend its existing portfolio of services and expand into new businesses and markets. As a key decision maker in the selection and development of emerging communications technologies, Russell’s efforts lead to the rapid realization of new access network platforms that enable AT&T to expand it’s broadband communication network options (i.e., Specialization: Cable Access Networks, DSL Access Networks, Power-line Carrier Access Networks, Fixed Wireless Access Networks, Satellite Access Networks and Broadband Wireless Communications Networks). The applications of these access technologies were one of the keys in expanding AT&T's interest in re-building it local access services business.

Acknowledgements

  1. Elected as IEC Fellow for contributions in the development of Broadband Communications Access Technologies into the International Engineering Consortium (IEC), 1999
  2. Inductee into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for the development of and contributions to digital cellular communications, 1995
  3. Elected to IEEE Fellow grade for technical leadership in the development of digital wireless communication concepts, technology, systems and standards, 1994
  4. US Black Engineer of the Year for best Technical Contributions in Digital Cellular and Microcellular Technology, 1992, US Black Engineer Magazine
  5. America's New Leadership Class Award 1985, Esquire Magazine
  6. Outstanding Service Award 1983, Eta Kappa Nu
  7. Outstanding Scientist Award 1982, National Society of Black Engineers
  8. Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year, 1980
  9. Scientist of the Year Award 1980, National Technical Associations Inc

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  1. Board of Directors Advisor, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
  2. Board of Governors, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society
  3. Chairman of the Board, Electromagnetic Energy Association (EEA, Third term)
  4. Chairman, Mobile & Personal Communications Division of TIA
  5. Chairman, Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) -Wireless Communication Standards Organization
  6. Fellow member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE)
  7. Fellow member of the International Engineering Consortium (IEC)
  8. Inducted Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  9. Member of the Technological Advisory Council (TAC), U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  10. Member of Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
  11. Member of International Regulatory and Standards Committee on Third Generation Wireless Communications Systems
  12. Member of the Congressional Subcommittee on Technology Member, National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Electronic Engineering Section and Computer Science & Engineering Section
  13. Member of the Information & Technology Council of the American Management Association
  14. Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  15. Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  16. Member Tau Beta Pi Honor Society
  17. Past Chairman, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Cellular Radio and Common Carrier Section (1987–1992)
  18. Technical Program Chairman, 38th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Philadelphia
  19. Technical Program Chairman, 43rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Secaucus
  20. Testified before Judge Green on Bell System Divesture

Publications

Major Addresses

References

Persondata
Name Russell, Jesse
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth April 26, 2022
Place of birth Hickville, Tennessee
Date of death
Place of death

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Jesse Russell Born Residence Nationality Education Occupation Employer Known for Title Spouse Children Parents
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Jesse Eugene RussellApril 26, 1948(1948-04-26)Nashville, Tennessee
Piscataway, New Jersey
African-American
B.S.E.E., Tennessee State University; M.S.E.E., Stanford University
Inventor
incNETWORKS, Inc.
Electrical Engineering; Digital Cellular Technology
Chief Executive Officer
Amanda O. Russell
Tina R. CarrJesse E. Russell Jr.William E. W. RussellCatalina M. Russell
Charles Albert RussellMary Louise Russell

Jesse Eugene Russell (b April 26, 1948) is an African-American inventor and one of the visionaries’ whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communications industry, the driver of growth in 21st century. Trained as an electrical engineer at Tennessee State University and Stanford University, and recognized globally as a thought-leader, technology expert and inventor in the field of wireless communication for over 20 years, Russell has played a major role in shaping the wireless communications industry direction through his visionary leadership and innovative perspectives for standards, technologies as well as innovative new wireless service concepts.

He holds numerous patents and continues to invent and innovate in the emerging area of next generation broadband wireless networks, technologies and services, which is frequently referred to as 4G. Russell was inducted into the United States’ National Academy of Engineering during the Clinton Administration for his innovative contribution to the field of Wireless Communication. He pioneered the field of digital cellular communication in the 80s through the use of high power linear amplification and low bit rate voice encoding technologies and received a patent in 1992 (US patent # 5,084,869) for his work in the area of digital cellular base station design.

Russell is currently Chairman and CEO of incNETWORKS,Inc. a New Jersey, USA based Broadband Wireless Communications Company focused on 4th Generation (4G) Broadband Wireless Communications Technologies, Networks and Services.

Early life and education

Jesse Eugene Russell was born April 26, 1948 in Hickville, Tennessee in the United States of America into a large African-American family with eight brothers and two sisters. He is the son of Charles Albert Russell and Mary Louise Russell. His early childhood was spent in economically and socially challenged neighborhoods within the inner-city of Nashville. During his early years, he focused on athletics and not academics. A key turning point in Russell’s life was the opportunity to attend a summer educational program at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Russell participated in this educational opportunity and began his academic and intellectual pursuits. Russell continued his education at Tennessee State University Tennessee State University where he focused on electrical engineering. A Bachelor of Science Degree (BSEE) in Electrical Engineering was conferred in 1972 from Tennessee State University. As a top honor student in the School of Engineering, Russell became the first African American to be hired directly from a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by AT&T Bell Laboratories and subsequently became the first African-American in the United States to be selected as the Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year in 1980. Russell continued his academic pursuits and obtained his Master of Electrical Engineering (MSEE) degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, in 1973.

Innovations & Patents

Russell’s innovations in wireless communication systems, architectures and technology related to radio access networks, end user devices and in-building wireless communication systems has fundamentally changed the wireless communication industry. Known for his patented invention of the digital cellular base station, that enabled new digital services for cellular mobile users, Russell continues to innovate in the emerging next generation broadband wireless communication technologies, products, networks, and services as well as “Mobile Cloud Computing” which are shaping the forefront of the 4G Communication Industry.

Over 100 patents granted or in process, thirty years of experience in Research and Development at prominent institutions, and pioneering technologies such as the invention of the first digital cellular base station and fiber optic microcell utilizing high power linear amplifier technology and digital modulation techniques, which laid the foundation for the digital cellular evolution, digital cellular standards, personal communications networks as well as the emergence of “Mobile Cloud Computing” within 4G broadband wireless networks. These are only some of the inventions that have forged new directions for the wireless communication industry. Listed below are a few significant patents.

Patent No. Description
7,437,158 Advanced multi-network client device for wideband multimedia access to private and public wireless networks
7,120,139 Broadband cable telephony network architecture IP ITN network architecture reference model
5,724,665 Wireless communication base station
5,655,003 Wireless terminal having digital radio processing with automatic communication system selection capability
5,608,780 Wireless communication system having base units which extracts channel and setup information from nearby base units
5,257,397 Mobile data telephone
5,084,869 Base station for mobile radio telecommunications systems

Professional Accomplishments

Jesse is currently building the first Broadband Wireless Communications Network focused on 4th Generation Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Communications Networks and Technologies that is fully compliant with International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards. Russell continues to innovate and invent new wireless communications technology solutions as the Chief Executive Officer of incNETWORKS which designs, sells, and manages privately owned broadband wireless communications’ equipment and networks for emerging broadband cellular applications based on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio techniques. Offering broadband wireless communications solutions to small and mid-size business customers, incNETWORKS is one of the emerging technology leaders in the development of MicroLTE product platforms for 4G.

Russell joined Bell Labs as a Member of the Technical Staff. He was one of the first designers to embrace the use of microprocessor in the design of equipment for use in the telecommunication network for monitoring and tracking calling patterns within the Bell System Network. The system was referred to as the traffic data collection systems, which using a microprocessor-based portable data terminals for interfacing to electro-mechanical switching systems.

Russell's career, and knowledge in wireless technology and standards advanced, while he served in numerous positions; Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), Vice President of Advanced Wireless Technology Laboratory (Bell Labs), Chief Technical Officer for the Network Wireless Systems Business Unit (Bell Labs), Chief Wireless Architect of AT&T, and Vice President of Advanced Communications Technologies for AT&T Laboratories (formerly a part of Bell Labs).

As the Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), this Bell Labs Group formally managed by Russell is credited with the invention of cellular radio technology and received the United States' Medal of Technology for the invention.

Russell continued to develop his expertise as he established and lead an Innovation Center focused on Applied Research in Advanced Communication Technologies that enabling AT&T to extend its existing portfolio of services and expand into new businesses and markets. As a key decision maker in the selection and development of emerging communications technologies, Russell’s efforts lead to the rapid realization of new access network platforms that enable AT&T to expand it’s broadband communication network options (i.e., Specialization: Cable Access Networks, DSL Access Networks, Power-line Carrier Access Networks, Fixed Wireless Access Networks, Satellite Access Networks and Broadband Wireless Communications Networks). The applications of these access technologies were one of the keys in expanding AT&T's interest in re-building it local access services business.

Acknowledgements

  1. Elected as IEC Fellow for contributions in the development of Broadband Communications Access Technologies into the International Engineering Consortium (IEC), 1999
  2. Inductee into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for the development of and contributions to digital cellular communications, 1995
  3. Elected to IEEE Fellow grade for technical leadership in the development of digital wireless communication concepts, technology, systems and standards, 1994
  4. US Black Engineer of the Year for best Technical Contributions in Digital Cellular and Microcellular Technology, 1992, US Black Engineer Magazine
  5. America's New Leadership Class Award 1985, Esquire Magazine
  6. Outstanding Service Award 1983, Eta Kappa Nu
  7. Outstanding Scientist Award 1982, National Society of Black Engineers
  8. Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year, 1980
  9. Scientist of the Year Award 1980, National Technical Associations Inc

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  1. Board of Directors Advisor, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
  2. Board of Governors, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society
  3. Chairman of the Board, Electromagnetic Energy Association (EEA, Third term)
  4. Chairman, Mobile & Personal Communications Division of TIA
  5. Chairman, Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) -Wireless Communication Standards Organization
  6. Fellow member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE)
  7. Fellow member of the International Engineering Consortium (IEC)
  8. Inducted Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  9. Member of the Technological Advisory Council (TAC), U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  10. Member of Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
  11. Member of International Regulatory and Standards Committee on Third Generation Wireless Communications Systems
  12. Member of the Congressional Subcommittee on Technology Member, National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Electronic Engineering Section and Computer Science & Engineering Section
  13. Member of the Information & Technology Council of the American Management Association
  14. Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  15. Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  16. Member Tau Beta Pi Honor Society
  17. Past Chairman, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Cellular Radio and Common Carrier Section (1987–1992)
  18. Technical Program Chairman, 38th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Philadelphia
  19. Technical Program Chairman, 43rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Secaucus
  20. Testified before Judge Green on Bell System Divesture

Publications

Major Addresses

References

Persondata
Name Russell, Jesse
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth April 26, 2022
Place of birth Hickville, Tennessee
Date of death
Place of death

dic.academic.ru

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Jesse Russell Born Residence Nationality Education Occupation Employer Known for Title Spouse Children Parents
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Jesse Eugene RussellApril 26, 1948(1948-04-26)Nashville, Tennessee
Piscataway, New Jersey
African-American
B.S.E.E., Tennessee State University; M.S.E.E., Stanford University
Inventor
incNETWORKS, Inc.
Electrical Engineering; Digital Cellular Technology
Chief Executive Officer
Amanda O. Russell
Tina R. CarrJesse E. Russell Jr.William E. W. RussellCatalina M. Russell
Charles Albert RussellMary Louise Russell

Jesse Eugene Russell (b April 26, 1948) is an African-American inventor and one of the visionaries’ whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communications industry, the driver of growth in 21st century. Trained as an electrical engineer at Tennessee State University and Stanford University, and recognized globally as a thought-leader, technology expert and inventor in the field of wireless communication for over 20 years, Russell has played a major role in shaping the wireless communications industry direction through his visionary leadership and innovative perspectives for standards, technologies as well as innovative new wireless service concepts.

He holds numerous patents and continues to invent and innovate in the emerging area of next generation broadband wireless networks, technologies and services, which is frequently referred to as 4G. Russell was inducted into the United States’ National Academy of Engineering during the Clinton Administration for his innovative contribution to the field of Wireless Communication. He pioneered the field of digital cellular communication in the 80s through the use of high power linear amplification and low bit rate voice encoding technologies and received a patent in 1992 (US patent # 5,084,869) for his work in the area of digital cellular base station design.

Russell is currently Chairman and CEO of incNETWORKS,Inc. a New Jersey, USA based Broadband Wireless Communications Company focused on 4th Generation (4G) Broadband Wireless Communications Technologies, Networks and Services.

Early life and education

Jesse Eugene Russell was born April 26, 1948 in Hickville, Tennessee in the United States of America into a large African-American family with eight brothers and two sisters. He is the son of Charles Albert Russell and Mary Louise Russell. His early childhood was spent in economically and socially challenged neighborhoods within the inner-city of Nashville. During his early years, he focused on athletics and not academics. A key turning point in Russell’s life was the opportunity to attend a summer educational program at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. Russell participated in this educational opportunity and began his academic and intellectual pursuits. Russell continued his education at Tennessee State University Tennessee State University where he focused on electrical engineering. A Bachelor of Science Degree (BSEE) in Electrical Engineering was conferred in 1972 from Tennessee State University. As a top honor student in the School of Engineering, Russell became the first African American to be hired directly from a Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by AT&T Bell Laboratories and subsequently became the first African-American in the United States to be selected as the Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year in 1980. Russell continued his academic pursuits and obtained his Master of Electrical Engineering (MSEE) degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, in 1973.

Innovations & Patents

Russell’s innovations in wireless communication systems, architectures and technology related to radio access networks, end user devices and in-building wireless communication systems has fundamentally changed the wireless communication industry. Known for his patented invention of the digital cellular base station, that enabled new digital services for cellular mobile users, Russell continues to innovate in the emerging next generation broadband wireless communication technologies, products, networks, and services as well as “Mobile Cloud Computing” which are shaping the forefront of the 4G Communication Industry.

Over 100 patents granted or in process, thirty years of experience in Research and Development at prominent institutions, and pioneering technologies such as the invention of the first digital cellular base station and fiber optic microcell utilizing high power linear amplifier technology and digital modulation techniques, which laid the foundation for the digital cellular evolution, digital cellular standards, personal communications networks as well as the emergence of “Mobile Cloud Computing” within 4G broadband wireless networks. These are only some of the inventions that have forged new directions for the wireless communication industry. Listed below are a few significant patents.

Patent No. Description
7,437,158 Advanced multi-network client device for wideband multimedia access to private and public wireless networks
7,120,139 Broadband cable telephony network architecture IP ITN network architecture reference model
5,724,665 Wireless communication base station
5,655,003 Wireless terminal having digital radio processing with automatic communication system selection capability
5,608,780 Wireless communication system having base units which extracts channel and setup information from nearby base units
5,257,397 Mobile data telephone
5,084,869 Base station for mobile radio telecommunications systems

Professional Accomplishments

Jesse is currently building the first Broadband Wireless Communications Network focused on 4th Generation Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Communications Networks and Technologies that is fully compliant with International Telecommunications Union (ITU) standards. Russell continues to innovate and invent new wireless communications technology solutions as the Chief Executive Officer of incNETWORKS which designs, sells, and manages privately owned broadband wireless communications’ equipment and networks for emerging broadband cellular applications based on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio techniques. Offering broadband wireless communications solutions to small and mid-size business customers, incNETWORKS is one of the emerging technology leaders in the development of MicroLTE product platforms for 4G.

Russell joined Bell Labs as a Member of the Technical Staff. He was one of the first designers to embrace the use of microprocessor in the design of equipment for use in the telecommunication network for monitoring and tracking calling patterns within the Bell System Network. The system was referred to as the traffic data collection systems, which using a microprocessor-based portable data terminals for interfacing to electro-mechanical switching systems.

Russell's career, and knowledge in wireless technology and standards advanced, while he served in numerous positions; Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), Vice President of Advanced Wireless Technology Laboratory (Bell Labs), Chief Technical Officer for the Network Wireless Systems Business Unit (Bell Labs), Chief Wireless Architect of AT&T, and Vice President of Advanced Communications Technologies for AT&T Laboratories (formerly a part of Bell Labs).

As the Director of the AT&T Cellular Telecommunication Laboratory (Bell Labs), this Bell Labs Group formally managed by Russell is credited with the invention of cellular radio technology and received the United States' Medal of Technology for the invention.

Russell continued to develop his expertise as he established and lead an Innovation Center focused on Applied Research in Advanced Communication Technologies that enabling AT&T to extend its existing portfolio of services and expand into new businesses and markets. As a key decision maker in the selection and development of emerging communications technologies, Russell’s efforts lead to the rapid realization of new access network platforms that enable AT&T to expand it’s broadband communication network options (i.e., Specialization: Cable Access Networks, DSL Access Networks, Power-line Carrier Access Networks, Fixed Wireless Access Networks, Satellite Access Networks and Broadband Wireless Communications Networks). The applications of these access technologies were one of the keys in expanding AT&T's interest in re-building it local access services business.

Acknowledgements

  1. Elected as IEC Fellow for contributions in the development of Broadband Communications Access Technologies into the International Engineering Consortium (IEC), 1999
  2. Inductee into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for the development of and contributions to digital cellular communications, 1995
  3. Elected to IEEE Fellow grade for technical leadership in the development of digital wireless communication concepts, technology, systems and standards, 1994
  4. US Black Engineer of the Year for best Technical Contributions in Digital Cellular and Microcellular Technology, 1992, US Black Engineer Magazine
  5. America's New Leadership Class Award 1985, Esquire Magazine
  6. Outstanding Service Award 1983, Eta Kappa Nu
  7. Outstanding Scientist Award 1982, National Society of Black Engineers
  8. Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Young Electrical Engineer of the Year, 1980
  9. Scientist of the Year Award 1980, National Technical Associations Inc

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  1. Board of Directors Advisor, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)
  2. Board of Governors, IEEE Vehicular Technology Society
  3. Chairman of the Board, Electromagnetic Energy Association (EEA, Third term)
  4. Chairman, Mobile & Personal Communications Division of TIA
  5. Chairman, Telecommunication Industry Association (TIA) -Wireless Communication Standards Organization
  6. Fellow member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE)
  7. Fellow member of the International Engineering Consortium (IEC)
  8. Inducted Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  9. Member of the Technological Advisory Council (TAC), U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  10. Member of Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
  11. Member of International Regulatory and Standards Committee on Third Generation Wireless Communications Systems
  12. Member of the Congressional Subcommittee on Technology Member, National Academy of Engineering (NAE), Electronic Engineering Section and Computer Science & Engineering Section
  13. Member of the Information & Technology Council of the American Management Association
  14. Member of the National Academy of Engineering
  15. Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  16. Member Tau Beta Pi Honor Society
  17. Past Chairman, Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) Cellular Radio and Common Carrier Section (1987–1992)
  18. Technical Program Chairman, 38th IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Philadelphia
  19. Technical Program Chairman, 43rd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Secaucus
  20. Testified before Judge Green on Bell System Divesture

Publications

Major Addresses

References

Persondata
Name Russell, Jesse
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth April 26, 2022
Place of birth Hickville, Tennessee
Date of death
Place of death

dic.academic.ru