Jennifer Bray is a consultant in CSR, the single-chip Bluetooth company. She is currently working in the group developing software for their Bluecore family of ICs. She has a B.S. in Physics with Microcomputer electronics, an M.S. in Satellite Communications Engineering, and a doctorate in the field of wireless communications. More recently, she gained a distinction in the Open University's Management of Technology course. Her decade of experience in communications product development includes working on Nortel & 3Com's first ATM systems, as well as wireless ATM, the first secure ethernet repeater, ADSL to ATM gateways, FDDI, CDMA, CDMA, and Bluetooth. In addition to her communications development experience, she has worked on cutting edge control and monitoring systems for Formula One and Indy cars, and acted as an ISO 9001 and CMM auditor advising blue-chip companies on how to improve their development and support processes. Jennifer has written and delivered technology training courses (naturally including Bluetooth), and is a frequent speaker at conferences.She co-authored with Charles Sturman Bluetooth: Connect Without Cables. In contrast to her high-tech work, Jennifer's hobbies include early medieval reenactment, spinning, weaving and motorcycling.