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Cheyenne Hollowhorn

Phone: (505) 409-1106

Personal Statement:

Hello, my name is Cheyenne Hollow Horn. I am a member of the Navajo Tribe. My clans are the Towering House People, born for the Zia Weaver People, my maternal grandpa is of the Black Sheep clan, and my paternal grandpa is of the Big Water People. I graduated with a Bachelors degree during May 2006 majoring in Electrical Engineering. My major area of interest is wireless communications. For my Junior Design project I worked with four other people to create a Wireless Sensor Network. Since then, my interest in Wireless Communications has increased. I have also taken a class on RF Systems which has enabled me to get a better grasp on how cell phones, radar, and satellites work.


SFS Presentation: Wireless Security Issues, November 15, 2004

SFS Presentation: Securing Wireless Sensor Networks, April 25, 2005