Telecommunications Electrical Engineering Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Telecommunications Electrical Engineering, Wireless Communication, WiFi, WiMax, Wireless Broadband, Bluetooth, Cellular communication, Ad Hoc Network, Cognitive Radio, Internet,


University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR

Ph.D. in Applied Science, December 2007

Roosevelt University, Chicago Illinois

Summary of Qualifications

Ph.D. in Applied Science, M.S. in Telecommunications, and B.E. in Electrical Engineering.

Over 6 years of experience in engineering (wireless networking, antenna design, research, and development).

Career interests include wireless networking, RF Engineering, antenna design and implementation, and telecommunications systems.

Excellent technical skills, specifically in the area of wireless communications and network design, and simulations.

Fluent in English and Arabic

M.S. in Telecommunication, May 2002

Lebanese American University, Beirut, Lebanon

B.E. in Electrical Engineering (5 years), July 2000

Computer Skills

Proficient in OPNET, HFSS, Wireless InSite (Indoor/Outdoor Propagation Tool, similar to EDX) by Remcom,
PropLAB by Elektrobit, eTrust Intrusion Detection (monitors, reports, scans network traffic,
blocks URLs), AutoCAD14/2000, Microsoft office and FrontPage.

Programming Languages

Experienced in Object-Oriented C++ design and development, MATLAB, Turbo Pascal, HTML, working knowledge in Visual Basic, and LINGO by LINDO systems.

Operating Systems

Windows 2000/NT/XP/ME/98, DOS

Technical Knowledge of (but not limited to)

CDMA, TDMA, OFDM, UMTS, EV-DO, HSPDA, FDD, TDD, 802.11a/b/g, 802.16/e-2005, indoor/outdoor propagation, propagation tools, TCP/IP, UDP, Ethernet, DNS, DHCP, OSPF, VoIP, G. 711 and G. 729 voice encoding schemes, optimization, RF, antenna design, dipole antenna, horn  antenna, Yagi Antenna, DSSS, FHSS, Linear Programming, modulation schemes (QAM, QPSK, FSK, ASK, BPSK) and blue tooth.


Electrical Engineering 2008 – Present

University located in Quebec, Ecole de Technologie Superieure, Canada

Analyze and select cognitive radio architectures for Cognitive Wireless Mesh Networks (CWMNs). Propose quality of service continuity protection models for CWMNs. Define an economic framework for CWMNs and create models for resource management.

Patent Analyst Consultant  2008 – 2008
HighTech Solutions

Provide technical and intellectual property consulting in the fields of Wireless Networking. Evaluate and analyze patent infringement and patent applications.

Teaching Assistant  2003 – 2007

Systems Engineering
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR

Developed and taught wireless lab to students. Instructed students concerning theoretical foundations of lab exercises. Graded lab reports and provided consultation to students during office hours.

RF/Analysis Engineer   2006- 2007

UALR-ALLTEL-MOTOROLA project, Little Rock, AR

Analyzed Wi-Mesh and Wi-Max on UALR campus. Simulated real-time data environment and what-if scenarios using OPNET, MATLAB, and RF propagation tools. Participated constructively in designing the test plans. Attended weekly meetings with Alltel and Motorola engineers to discuss and evaluate progress. Troubleshot network faults and maintained network operations. Supervised more than 20 students during on-field testing everyday. Collected, organized, and analyzed data collected from tests using MS Excel sheets. Submitted proposals and reports to higher management for further study.

Development Engineer in Blade Server Development 2006- 2006

IBM supplemental (Coop), RTP Durham, NC

Developed new concepts for applying wireless technology to IBM eserver products.  Assisted Senior Technical Staff Member in developing several invention disclosures.

Hardware and Network Engineer   2002– 2003

Warp Computers, Raleigh, NC

Supervised and quality-control checked three engineers and two technicians. Designed networks and camera surveillance systems for small businesses. Installed and configured voice/data infrastructures.

Graduate Assistant and Tutor  2000 – 2002
Roosevelt University Learning Resource Center, Chicago, IL

Attended Telecommunications lab to help students, Tutored fifty undergraduate and graduate students in various academic disciplines including Math, Physics and Statistics. Provided in-depth feedback on tutoring sessions and reported on students’ progress.

Journal Papers in Review

Available upon Review


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