which he managed a team that developed a 5-year technology and product roadmap and is presently executing several development follow-on efforts. Prior to joining Draper Laboratory he was with Bose Corporation, where as lead research engineer he invented, implemented, and patented one of the first (in 1990) software-defined radios developed specifically for commercial application.
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