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About ComSoc

This committee focuses on and advocates worldwide communications quality and reliability on behalf of, and within, the Communications Society. CQR serves as the catalyst for global awareness and the exchange of information relative to technical and management-related aspects of communications quality and reliability.

Chair | Tetsuya Yokotani
Vice Chair - Social Media | Chris Mayer
Vice Chair - Operations | Kohei Shiomoto
Vice Chair - Program Development | Jason Boswell
Secretary | Tara Timblin
Treasurer | Kevin J. Krantz
Chair - Advisory Board | Hideaki Yoshino
Standards Liaison | Hideaki Yoshino
Student Competition Program | Kohei Shiomoto

Visit the Communications Quality and Reliability Technical Committee website.

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