Since joining Longent in January 2004, Jeffrey has been providing overall technical support and guidance for Longent’s projects. He also has the responsibility of keeping abreast of all technology developments in the wireless industry.
Prior to joining Longent, he was retained by LGC wireless to develop a comprehensive acceptance test plan and evaluate contractual milestone compliance for deployments of Cellular Distributed Antenna Systems serving JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark International airports. He further designed and managed the implementation of several additional terminal buildings at JFK and LaGuardia airports. Jeffrey was the founder and CEO of Lingo Corporation. Lingo was created to market and distribute a new wireless voice messaging service using InFLEXion based protocol services from Motorola. He successfully developed and grew ground-level organization with key staffing in Sales / Marketing, Engineering, and Finance and engaged capital markets for first-round funding requirements. Prior to forming his own company, he was System Quality Manager for Conxus Communications Inc. and was responsible for quality assurance and system integration of a nationwide wireless messaging network. At Conxus he developed statistically significant test methodologies for field evaluation of a wireless voice system, allowing Conxus to be the only company capable of using measured performance data as feedback to the design software.
Jeffrey began his career in the wireless industry as an RF Engineer at Motorola Inc. where he held consecutive titles of Systems Engineer II, Systems Engineer I, Senior Systems Engineer, and Staff Engineer. He was responsible for research, design, and implementation of advanced wireless messaging systems. During that tenure, Jeffrey was meritoriously recognized three times for outstanding technical contributions to the corporation.