Consulting electrical engineer with decades of experience in analog and digital electronics design for industry.  Has extensive expertise in the design and development of electronics with high-speed analog, RF, and microwave circuits. Also an expert in the design, development, simulation, and prototyping of antennas and has significant experience with FCC Part 15 radio transmissions.

Formal Education

  • M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Lehigh University
  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Lehigh University

Career Highlights

  • Works with various clients across industries designing, developing, prototyping, simulating, and troubleshooting all sorts of electronics from DC to 26.5 GHz. 
  • Principal designer for a major military broadband electronic warfare jamming system
  • Responsible for design and development of amplifiers and T/R switches for an FCC Part 15 spread-spectrum modem 
  • Calibrated horn antenna covering 1–18 GHz for antenna range measurements and for FCC Part 15 pre-compliance testing 
  • Extensive design, development, and prototyping experience with 900 MHz and 2.4 GHZ FCC Part 15 circuits and systems, various GPS-related applications, as well as the evaluation and testing of low-noise amplifiers for cellular systems and evaluation of cell tower coverage
  • Determined, through simulation, the interference sources for new software-defined radio (SDR) designs
  • At ICI Americas, was responsible for all microwave and RF electronics activities within the aerospace division
  • While at United Technologies lead a team tasked with taking several complex military telemetry transmitters from the development phase into the production phase
  • Completed PhD coursework and performed thesis-level research on nonlinear semiconductor and system modeling and modulation distortion, prediction, and analysis

Expert Qualifications

  • Performed prior art analysis as well as simulation and measurement of circuits for several patent litigations