Present Position and Title:
Senior Network Engineer, Alcatel, U.S.A. in
Senior Technical Assistant and Collaborator,
National Science Foundation Wireless Field Test Project ANI-9909218
President and Chief Engineer, Open Minds Concepts,
a conceptualizing, prototyping and engineering company for several
aspects of science and recreation.
Communications Degree from RETS, Radio Electronics
and Television School, a technical trades institution, an extension
and partnership with Ohio State University. Study focus was
on Electronic design, radio broadcasting, technical theory.
Continuous on-going education in many areas.
Emmy for Advanced Achievements in Television
Broadcasting Technology, includes advanced audio, video and
electro-mechanical transport design for portable systems while
Senior Engineer for Ampex Corporation, 1979-1990.
Patent in Physics in 1988, #4,798,826, a linear
analog system for "Sensing the Angular Position of a Rotatable
Member Using a Hall Effect Transducer".
Network Systems Engineering and Implementation
for Air Academy School District 20, 1989-1991, recognized by
National Science Foundation Wireless Field Test Studies as "the
best we have observed". Includes voice, data and video capabilities
over a hybrid solution of licensed microwave, fiber and Telephone
Company T1 lines. All sites connected via the most economic
Network Engineering for the Connect Colorado
Project of Colorado Community Colleges and Occupational Education
System. Project covers 70 sites spread over 13,000 square miles.
Assigned task of best media solution, engineered both wireless
and fiber, including voice, data and video.
Numerous other networking projects for schools
and corporations, including wireless, fiber, copper, and hybrids
providing voice, data and video communications.