Independent engineering consultant specializing in wireless cellular mobile technology and real-time embedded software development. Has hands-on experience with the design of many cellular wireless network protocols, systems, and standards at the time of their “stateof-the-art” emergence. Has also written software for products across a range of other industries from automotive and medical to mobile handsets.

Formal Education

  • M.Sc. in Telecommunications, University College London
  • Certificate in Computer Information Systems, Denver University

Career Highlights

  • Developer of cellular network products (BTS, eNodeB, RRH), mobile handsets (GSM/GPRS 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, LTE-A, 3GPP RAN), and related test systems
  • Wrote real-time embedded software, in C, for a multi-standard (2G-4G) macro cell BTS base station transceiver product
  • Former member of McLaren’s ECU (engine control unit) software development team for Formula 1 and IndyCar
  • Designer of the system and software architecture of an Inmarsat global satellite monitoring system utilizing Cubesats and UAVs
  • Created software for a smart metering communications hub and low-cost electricity gateway based on Bluetooth BLE and ZigBee
  • Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
  • UK “Chartered Engineer” (CEng), which is similar to a P.E.
  • Inventor of two granted patents in mobile and fixed networks

Expert Qualifications

  • Consulting expert in relation to ETSI/3GPP Standards (2G/3G/4G) in the context of standard essential patents litigation at the High Court of England and Wales
  • Conducted prior art research, provided input on validity, inventiveness, and essentiality to standards and products, produced and analyzed claim charts, and submitted expert reports on a range of litigations for end clients HTC, LG, ZTE, Microsoft, Nokia Siemens Networks, Tesla, Qualcomm, etc.
  • Recipient of a Civil Expert Witness Certificate from Cardiff University Law School