Preston MarshallVice-Chair at CBRS Alliance
Dr. Preston F. Marshall is an Engineering Director, and Principle Wireless Architect for Google Access, responsible for spectrum access technology, with a focus on the creation of a vibrant ecosystem of equipment, users, and standards in the newly shared 3.5 GHz band. He is chair of the Wireless innovation Forum Spectrum Sharing Subcommittee, co-chair of the Steering Group developing the standards base for 3.5 GHz spectrum sharing, and vice chair of the CBRS Alliance, developing coexistence and neutral host technology for the 3.5 GHz band. He has a new book on this subject, “Three Tier Shared Spectrum, Shared Infrastructure, and a Path to 5G”, just released by Cambridge University Press.
He has been heavily involved in wireless technology and policy, including: Deputy Director of the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) of University of Southern California, a Research Professor at USC’s Electrical Engineering Department, and before that, Program Manager with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)