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Management of an engineering product development team with product definition, design and support responsibilities utilizing strengths in the areas of project management, analog and digital technology, communications theory, software methodologies and system architecture and design.
MOTION VIDEO Portland, OR 11/93 - Present
Director of New Product Development
Responsible for all new product development with the new video group. Duties include managing both Hardware and Software Engineering departments and researching new technologies such as MPEG and JPEG video compression techniques. Work closely with marketing, sales and manufacturing to define, develop and introduce new products within schedule, budget and performance constraints. Products being developed include video routing systems, master control switchers, facility automation software and a digital disk-based JPEG video storage system.
Introduced a new product development procedure that formalized and streamlined the development and introduction into manufacturing of new products. As a result, development time and costs were reduced by 10%.
Introduced object oriented methodology (OOA/OOD) as a software engineering process to the company. As a result, we greatly improved the documentation of new software and increased software schedule accuracy by 50%.
Built the engineering organization from a staff of 14 up to a staff of 30 in a period of one year.
Headed up the team that developed and performed the vendor qualification process for controlled impedance printed circuit board suppliers. This resulted in a reduction of scrap material costs of over 30% for this year.
Participated in ATM (asynchronous transfer mode) research effort. This effort is being used to guide future product strategies for the entire corporation.
Researched UL, FCC, CE (European) NEBS (Bellcore) requirements to determine their pertinence to Motion Video products.
WISDOM TECHNOLOGY Fremont, CA 8/88 - 11/93
Engineering Project Manager 12/90 - 11/93
Project manager for the development of the Series E900 analog and digital video routing system. The Series E900 has become the most successful routing product ever to be produced by Wisdom with sales last fiscal year of $18,000,000.
Managed an engineering organization consisting of 12 hardware and firmware engineers.
Managed the development and introduction into production of the product line. By insisting that manufacturing be involved in all stages of design, production start up problems were reduced significantly.
Provide technical leadership for product definition and design by making extensive use of surface mount and controlled impedance PCB technologies.
Demonstrated the product at major trade shows and to potential customers, increasing company’s market share.
Senior Engineer 8/88 - 12/90
Video, audio and firmware circuit designer and project engineer. Duties included design, supervision of printed circuit board layout, testing and verification of prototypes and producing all the necessary documentation to release a design into manufacturing.
Designed circuitry for use in video processing amplifiers, test signal generators, and distribution amplifiers, hitting all milestones for time to market.
Project engineer for a PAL test signal generator.
Project engineer for the division's thrust into the serial digital video market.
Active on the industry sponsored standards committee which defined the serial digital video standard (SMPTE 259M).
SATELLITE SYSTEMS, INC. Melbourne, FL 4/85 - 8/88
Staff Engineer 8/87 - 8/88
Program manager for the SSRSC measurement system. Responsible for the financial and technical performance of the $7,000,000 project.
Department Manager 4/85 - 8/87
Engineering manager responsible for broadcast video product development. Products developed included satellite receivers and exciters, up/down converters for SCPC data, the SXAC private video network satellite system and the RFT1200 integrated KU-band satellite terminal.
USA COMMUNICATIONS Richmond, VA 4/80 - 4/85
CAMPANA LABS Paterson, NJ 6/79 - 4/80
Member of Technical Staff
MSEE Georgia Institute of Technology; Atlanta, GA
BSEE, 1979; Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Blacksburg, VA
Graduated with Honors
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Member of Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Phi and Eta Kappa Nu honor societies.
Member of The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE).
Published "The Next Generation of Video Receivers" in the November 1981 issue of Satellite Communications.
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Experienced integrated circuit CAD/CAE manager with extensive knowledge of digital, analog and mixed signal, design, test modeling and layout, for tele/datacom, power supplies, and system on a chip applications. Management of engineering services including CAD operations, document control, and design support.
99% first time functional success rate on quick turn prototypes
Implemented document control system passing ISO 9000 and customer audits
Streamlined the IC test process by 33%--provided device characterization capabilities to Test/Product engineering through a "state of the art" LAN
Installed and supported CADENCE environments to be used with HSPICE, SABER, and ADI proprietary simulation tool (ADICE4/5) with software routines developed in Skill
Installed and supported digital and mixed-signal design environments for CADENCE Composer with VERILOG and SABER/VERILOG
H. Schleemen Technology, Los Gatos, CA 1988- Present
CAD Engineering Manager
Manufactured high performance IC solutions in GaAs for a variety of products for the military, telecommunications, datacommunications, automated test and instrumentation markets. Digital and analog standard products as well as digital ASICs for SONET, Fibre channel and ATE timing generation.
Hiromatsu Inc., Santa Clara, CA 1985-1988
Design Engineer/CAD Manager
Complete system design of 2KVA-750KVA power systems including enclosures, sheet metal, PCB's and cabling.
Slick Rock Technology, Tucson, AZ 1980-1985
Supported Southwest Sales territory for microwave repeaters
Programming Languages: C, C++, Pascal, Fortran, Basic, Assembly, Java, Skill
Operating Systems: UNIX, DOS, Windows 3.1/95, Macintosh
Platforms: IBM PCS, Sun Sparc and Power PC's
M.S.E.E. University of Hawaii 1978-1980
B.S.E.E. University of Koblenz 1974-1978
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