5 granted US patents, 15 US patents pending.
IEEE senior member
Meritorious Award, International Mathematical Contest in Modeling, 1994
Development of MAC and PHY layer protocol in a proprietary Wi-Fi simulator.
Mesh networking over Bluetooth Low Energy developed on AR3002 Bluetooth chip and AllJoyn.
Prototyping of AllJoyn based demos on QCA4002 low power Wi-Fi chip.
Simulation and development of a proprietary MAC protocol for wireless medical device in ns-3 and System C.
20-years of experience
9-year industrial R&D at Mitsubishi, Intel, Olympus, and Qualcomm.
1-year industrial development at a wireless networking start-up company (Kiyon).
1-year project management across local and remote offices (Olympus Medical).
Voting member and technical editor of IEEE 802.11 and 802.15 wireless standards.
Working knowledge of IEEE 802, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, WiMedia, IETF, and H.264 standards.
Strong system analysis, design, simulation, and prototyping skills for wireless and computing projects.
• Member of Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers
• IEEE senior member
Experienced in depositions, expert declarations
Experienced in advanced telecommunication and military systems, CATV digital appliances with a core expertise in multimedia transport over LAN/WAN satellite, wireless and cable and compression technologies
• 7 Publications
PhD from Columbia University, Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering
35-year experience in IP and technology
Specialized in mobile and fixed networks, telephony systems, PON, HFC, FTTx, Optical networking, LAN, MAN, WAN, traffic modeling, traffic engineering, CDMA, GSM, UMTS, LTE, Wi-Fi, Ethernet protocols, routing, switching, TCP/IP stack, Consumer products, home automation, automotive protocols, SaaS, PaaS, VM, distributed computing, distributed storage