Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Consultant

Technical Consultant #1481


  • Design and development of digital systems for industry.
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for cellular phone base stations, high speed imaging camera and bar code scanning systems.
  • State of the art advanced sonar evaluation systems at the Naval Air Warfare Center.
  • Laser measurement systems used in industrial applications, instrumentation and control of nuclear power plants, computer peripherals and robotics.

Specific Technical Expertise:

  • DSP systems for real - time embedded systems based on Texas Instruments, TMS 320C (both 5400 and 6400) series Digital Signal Processors, using TI's DSP BIOS and Lucent Micro Electronics 16410 Digital Signal Processors.
  • Development of real-time embedded DSP software using development tools such as: Code Composer Studio IDE, and LUxWorks supporting the "C/C++" programming language and assembly.
  • Hardware design and integration of the Motorola MC68010, MC68020, and MC68030 microprocessor based systems, and MC68332 micro-controller applications.
  • Design of Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) using VHDL programming techniques.


Independent Consultant, 1996 - Present

  • Developed a TMS 320 series DSP high speed-imaging camera for an instrument company, used in medical imaging and Homeland Security surveillance.
  • Developed a state of the art cellular phone system for Lucent Technologies employing TMS 320C6400 series DSP to process radio frame information, voice and data encoding and decoding, channel identification and selection.
  • Development of a micro-controller based digital relay network controller and a high-speed image-grabbing controller for a high-performance bar code scanning system.

United States Navy, Engineering Consultant, 1989 - 1995

  • Developed digital signal processing systems for the Navy under contract with Tracor Applied Sciences related to advanced sonobuoy designs and specialized telemetry systems.
  • Contributed to the Navy's Anti Submarine Warfare Program. Received a technical achievement award from Vitro Corporation, a subsidiary of Tracor Applied Sciences.

Independent Consultant, 1987 - 1988

  • Developed digital control systems for a variety of small factory automation applications, applying background in computer design and process control.

Quad Systems, Senior Engineer, 1985 - 1987

  • Developed a variety of digital interface devices for Z80 microprocessors.
  • Directed team of engineers in the development of the industry's first machine vision system used in IBM's Federal Systems Division VHSIC program.

Control Data Corporation, Engineer, 1983 - 1984

  • Researched and developed design concepts for magnetic tape storage peripherals based on IBM's half inch tape cartridge.

Franklin Computer, Product Manager, 1983 - 1984

  • Team leader for development of a portable Apple compatible computer, supporting Franklin DOS and CP/M based on both Z80 and 6502 microprocessors.

Fischer & Porter Company, Engineer and Product Manager, 1975 - 1983

  • Developed large scale computer systems and simulators for a variety of industrial applications, including nuclear power plants.
  • Acquired in depth engineering knowledge of data communications, computation, sensing, control and measurement systems.

Smith & Wesson Electronics, Junior Engineer, 1973 - 1975

  • Worked on design team to develop the first hand held Doppler RADAR still being used by law enforcement agencies.

Honors & Publications

Academic and Professional Affiliations

  • National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) leadership positions and Society awards.
  • The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) leadership positions and Institute awards.


  • B.S., Electronic Engineering, Monmouth University, West Long Beach, NJ
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