Dr. Juan Deaton

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Dr. Juan Deaton is currently a research scientist at Envistacom, where he is using his 20 years of telecom experience and research to build virtualized SATCOM systems. In his previous employment with Comtech EF Data, he was engaged in a variety of different types research such as: anti-jam waveforms, satellite channel models, and developing LDPC codes for Versa FEC 2. Before working at Comtech EF Data, he worked for the Idaho National Lab, where he researched spectrum optimization, spectrum modeling, and emergency communications. Before the INL, Juan worked for Motorola’s CDMA network division where he was the recipient of the 2005 CDMA quality award for developing hands on training for CDMA cellular equipment deployments. His patented and published work includes spectrum sharing in 4G wireless networks, wireless airborne emergency communications, and mobile advertising. His M.S. and Ph.D. degrees were earned from Virginia Tech and BSEE from the University of Idaho.

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