A wireless communication expert witness typically has an advanced degree and extensive experience in electrical engineering, wireless network technology, signal processing, telecommunication, sensor networks, and/or computer engineering. On behalf of a plaintiff or defendant, Cahn Litigation Services is frequently called upon to locate expert witnesses that can provide expert witness services for a wireless communication technology case.
Wireless technology cases that require technical expertise could center around intellectual property matters, such as patent infringement and trade secrets. At Cahn Litigation Services, sourcing wireless communication expert witnesses for patent litigation is a particular area of expertise.
Litigation support by a wireless expert witness could include infringement analysis, an expert report, patent invalidity and validity arguments, and expert testimony at trial. In high profile cases, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, a testifying expert with prior expert witness experience is often a requirement. In addition, clients often seek an telecommunications expert or a wireless communication expert for expert consulting with pre-litigation engineering work.
Wireless communication is the fastest growing area in the communication field. Wireless communication is a broad term that embodies the transmission of information between two or more devices without the use of a physical medium; wireless communication works through electromagnetic signals broadcast by enabled wireless technology devices. Wireless communication encompasses various technology and delivery methods including:
• Satellite communication
• Mobile (cellular) communication
• Wireless network communication
• Infrared communication
• Bluetooth communication
Examples of wireless technology applications include 2-way radios, cell phones, GPS, garage door openers, wireless computer mouse, keyboards and headsets, headphones, and satellite television.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Wireless Communication experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Wireless Communication 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 holds a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing and is a Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at a research university. Further, this expert serves as Associate Director of a wireless network laboratory, where this expert directs research in wireless security. This expert is a Fellow of the IEEE for contributions to Information Security. This expert has focused research efforts on wireless network security, and led a large research group that has produced research that has appeared in numerous high-impact journals and premier networking, security and systems conferences. This expert has led several federally funded projects in the area of cybersecurity and communication systems, involving security and privacy for sensor networks, physical layer security for wireless systems, a security framework for cognitive radios, the development of wireless testbed resources, and new RFID technologies. This expert was involved in an NSF-funded project, which is a clean-slate effort to re-architect the Internet to support mobility and improved security. This expert has led a DARPA initiative into validating and prototyping physical layer security mechanisms, an Army Research Office project on the theory of physical layer security, and an Army project on cognitive radio networks and routing protocols. This expert has published over 150 papers, including six best papers awards (two in media security, one in Internet design, one in cognitive radio systems, one in mobile computing, and one in wireless security). This expert's experience in network security and wireless spans many years, and this expert has co-authored a popular textbook in security, as well as several notable monographs on wireless security.
This expert's activities in wireless security include the investigation of techniques to secure wireless sensor networks, which includes validating the authenticity and validity of sensor measurements using both cryptographic and non-cryptographic mechanisms. This expert has provided technical analysis to lawyers at the Federal Trade Commission in regards to an anti-trust case. This work involved analyzing defendant software and subpoenaed documents, and subsequently writing thorough reports in regards to the potential intent existing within the defendant's software. This expert has also written several patents.
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 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.
This expert is a Professor and served as the Associate Chair of the Electrical Engineering Department. This expert also served as the Director of a University off-campus graduate program. This expert is also an expert in intellectual property development and a consultant for patent litigation cases in the areas of telecommunications, computer networks, and wireless networks at both the protocol and hardware levels. This expert is internationally known through research, scholarly work, and a published book. This expert has had several invited talks at international conferences.
This expert was a research scientist at a telecommunications institute working on design of advanced communication systems and high-speed computer networks. This expert was with the Computer and Communications Research Center at a University and worked as a research assistant on design and analysis of high-speed switching systems project. This expert was a telecommunications system research & development engineer, participated in design of a high-speed digital telephone Private Branch Exchange" (PBX), and received the best “design/idea” award.
This expert specializes in: Computer Networks/Protocols, TCP/IP, Virtualization, AI in Networking, Cloud Data Centers, Network Security, Internet Applications, Web, VoIP, Video Streaming, Multimedia Signaling/Networking, CDNs, Networking Devices, Switches, Routers, Media Gateways, Virtual Switches, Signaling in Wireless Mobile and Telecommunication Networks, IoT, and Wireless Sensor Networks.
This expert is the author of an internationally recognized textbook. Additionally, this expert has been granted a U.S. Patent that presents a switching system for use in high-speed computer networks.
This expert holds positions with the IEEE Communications Standards Magazine, presenting the latest innovation in computer networks and other aspects of communication systems. This expert has given numerous domestic and international conference regular and invited talks and published many journal articles in communications and networking fields.
This expert has have received several awards, honors and research grants from university, private sectors, state, and governmental funding agencies for conducting research and teaching in the area of telecommunication systems.
This expert’s prior litigation experience includes: analysis of patent claims, prior art research, consulting for counsel on term constructions, technology examination against patent infringement, patent opinion expert report, claim chart preparation, patent invalidity expert report, handling IPR cases, participation in deposition process, and participation in court testimony.