A 4G LTE expert witness typically has an advanced degree and extensive experience in electrical engineering, wireless communication, software engineering, network architecture, cellular networks, and/or mobile networks.
4G LTE technology uses long-range signals transmitted across a low frequency radio wave spectrum over a broad network of cell sites. The recent succeeding technology, 5G, operates on a different part of the spectrum, which results in faster download speeds and more stable connections for wireless devices, but these waves frequencies have a shorter range, thus requiring more cell sites.
4G technology brought us increased data transfer speeds over its predecessor, 3G, and enabled the adoption of cloud and media streaming services, video conferencing, and a wide range Internet of Things device products. Cox Communications had the first U.S. tower built for wireless LTE network in late 2009. As of March, 2019, the Global Mobile Suppliers Association reported that there were 717 operators with commercially launched LTE networks.
Often, matters requiring 4G LTE technology expert witness services involve intellectual property, such as patent infringement litigation or trade secrets. In a litigation scenario, an expert witness can expect courtroom expert testimony, as well as other expert witness services including depositions, an expert report, reverse engineering, forensic analysis, and related consulting activities. In high profile cases, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, previous expert witness experience is often a requirement. A 4G LTE expert witness needs to not only have extensive knowledge in the subject, a wireless expert must also possess the ability to explain evidence to a jury.
Cahn Litigation Services has a vast network of experts and often receives calls from an attorney firm, typically litigators, to help locate a wireless network technology expert that can support cases involving 4G LTE matters. At Cahn Litigation Services, sourcing wireless technology expert witnesses for patent litigation is a particular area of expertise.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those 4G LTE experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the 4G LTE landscape.
This expert is a proven authority in cellular, wireless, CDMA, GPS, 3G, 4G, LTE, BPL, Satellite and new and developing wireless, data and cellular standards for ANSI-41, GSM, and 3rd Generation Systems. This expert's career has spanned many years in the field of cellular communication. This inventor is a named inventor on approximately thirty patents relating to cellular technology innovations.
This expert is also one of the most sought-after legal expert witnesses in multiple telephone and data technological areas. A proven authority, this expert's career has spanned many years in the field of cellular communication and includes 27 patents in cellular technology innovations. This expert can break down technical subjects into language a jury will understand and help attorneys become educated on specific areas of technology.
This expert is an extraordinary asset to attorneys seeking case assistance in the fields of wireless, cellular, PCS and telephony. This expert is certified as a testifying expert in Federal and State courts. This expert has assists legal counsel with:
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This expert brings to the table many years of industry and academic experience. This expert is a Tenured Associate Professor and a Senior Member of IEEE. This expert holds D.Sc., M.Sc., and B.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering, as well as a B.Sc. in Computer Science.
Having designed, implemented, and optimized both hardware and software aspects of several wireless communication systems for CDMA, Wi-Fi, and sensor networks, this expert's specific areas of expertise include: Multi-cell Network Optimization; Packet-networks; Ad-hoc Networks; Telephony; 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G; CDMA/WCDMA; GPS; GSM; UMTS; LTE; Bluetooth; Channel Coding; Compression; Computer Architecture; MIMO Systems; VoIP; Wi-Fi; Wireless Communication; and Wireless Sensors. This expert has extensive experience with patents in these fields.
This expert is a very active researcher and is well published and cited. This expert has been awarded many research grants by leading companies in industry and the National Science Foundation. This expert has developed and taught over 100 courses in the field. This expert has received several awards and commendation for work.
This expert has extensive experience with patents in the wireless and networking industry. This expert has worked as a technical expert in dozens of patent related matters, involving thousands of hours of research, investigation, and study. This expert has repeatedly been qualified as an expert by Courts, and has provided numerous technology tutorials to Courts, and given testimony by deposition (70) and at trial (10). This expert has worked with companies large and small, both for and against the validity and infringement of patents and has also helped counsel and Courts to understand technology that often seems complex. In doing so, this expert has become familiar with, and actively worked with, the legal principles that underlie patentability and validity and claim interpretation in the networking and wireless industries.
This expert is a PhD candidate and research/teaching assistant working under one of the top wireless communications/telephony experts in the country. This expert has worked extensively as a technical engineer for IP litigation. This expert's areas of specialization include:
This expert is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and teaches graduate level courses on Foundations of Communications, 4G/5G Communications, Error Control Coding, and the Internet of Things (IoT). OFDM technology is utilized extensively. In addition to work with OFDM technologies at the academic level, this expert also has extensive OFDM-related experience in industry. This expert has communications industry expertise in the entirety of major telecommunications standards up to 5G, OSI and network layer communications. This expert spent many years with industry leader R&D groups as a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff covering 2G, 3G, 4G and WiFI OFDM platforms. All deploy Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM). This expert also developed OFDM based 802.11a hardware platforms. This expert was a member of the 3GPP RAN4 standards body for HSPA and LTE.
This expert has expertise at the application, transport, network, MAC, and PHY layers for telecommunications and understands video broadcast standards from both the image processing and communication standpoint. This expert has significant expertise on the design of communication networks, software defined radio, software programs, hardware systems and the integration of wired and wireless services.
Additionally, this expert holds 10 US patents and has developed OFDM based communication link simulators in industry, in graduate courses, and for a litigation matter as part of a damage award assessment. This expert has prior litigation experience including deposition and court testimony.
This expert has been working with Software for many years with a strong emphasis on communications and has created a plethora of devices that connect to the Internet and each other using most wireless methods available: 900MHz, Bluetooth, WiFi, LTE, 4G etc. These products have been coded in most popular languages and this expert refactored code in many others. With years of mentoring junior engineers via code reviews and teaching best design practices, this expert is extremely adept at reverse engineering, understanding and explaining software written by others. This expert has extensive experience coding, designing and documenting to meet FDA and ISO standards.
As named inventor on nine patents and sole inventor on several of them, this expert is quite familiar and comfortable with the patent process. Several patents have been successfully licensed to very large telecom equipment manufacturers for claims related to wireless access to cell phones. This expert participated in developing the list of accused products and other per-litigation work for the legal team that carried out the negotiations.
This expert exclusively consults on complex projects that require sophisticated embedded and server software tightly coupled to different wireless communication formats, and is very comfortable with large software projects and working through numerous source files. Many years of debugging complicated systems has ensured that this expert can always find the needle in the haystack.
This expert is an accomplished scientist with many years of experience in technology and business. At an internationally recognized research institution he served as director of network technologies research and as an adjunct professor of electrical and computer engineering. This expert pioneered novel wireless architectures and mobile products, and introduced advanced multimedia and smart phone. As founder and principal consultant of an independent consulting firm focused on wireless and mobile technologies, this expert serves as an adviser to industry and government on wireless and mobile technologies, and works with patent attorneys to assess possible infringement by comparing and matching technologies to patent claims. This expert has extensive knowledge of 3G standards including IS-95, IS-98, 802.11, 802.15, and 802.16. This expert consulted with an equipment vendor on developing 4G/LTE small cells base-stations and filed several patent applications. An Adjunct Professor at an Ivy League university teaching wireless sensor networks, this expert is the holder of over fifty U.S. patents, including several involving 4G-LTE WiFi and RFID technology. This expert has served on several patent infringement cases (including 4G-LTE) for plaintiffs and defendants and been prepared for deposition.
This expert is a noted technologist, product developer, consultant, patent analyst, educator and expert witness specializing in data and voice communications including mobile, cellular, wireless technologies (2G, 2.5G, 3G and 4G/LTE), GPS technologies, wired technologies, networks, phones, standards, services and systems. This expert has many years of experience in the field of electrical, RF and telecommunications engineering, has worked for private organizations, and founded several successful start-up telecommunications companies. This expert holds over 35 US and International Patents in the telecommunications field. This expert's professional activities and services have focused exclusively on data and voice for mobile, cellular, GPS, wireless and wired technologies, forensics, electronic discovery, markets, standards, spectrum, regulations, networks and services. This expert has taught seminars on mobile, cellular and fixed wireless technologies and has served as a plaintiff and defendant expert witness on a wide spectrum of civil, criminal and business matters/litigation involving wired and wireless technologies, electronic discovery, communications products and services. As a patent analyst, this expert has assisted many leading law firms in defending against or asserting claims of patent infringement and patent validity. This patent work has encompassed Wi-Fi/WLAN standards, Bluetooth standards, DSL standards, all generations of standards for GSM, UMTS, LTE, and CDMA2000 cellular standards, including GSM/3GPP, ETSI, OMA,WAP, CT-2 / DECT / COMS. This expert has given depositions and has extensive testifying experience.
This expert has extensive experience in the wireless communications field, in particular designing and configuring wireless radios, access point, and subscriber modules. This expert designed and deployed one of the earliest nationwide, commercial-scale, code division multiple access (CDMA) networks. This expert has been continuously researching in 3G UMTS / 4G LTE / 5G NR wireless networks, as well as various generations of WiFi technology.
This expert’s research area includes switching, routing, performance control and security in communication networks. In addition to years as a Professor, this expert has founded and managed two startup companies. At these companies, this expert developed and marketed various technical components used in wireless networks, including WiFi and Bluetooth access modules, switch fabrics, and network processors. These companies also developed content search engines that can detect, isolate and mitigate a variety of threat patterns including intrusion, malware, denial of service attack, and unauthorized access. This expert has served as an expert in many patent disputes and trade secret misappropriation litigations in the wireless communication field. This expert holds 10 U.S. patents and has published 200 papers. This expert holds Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degrees.