Mike has been developing cutting edge applications for software radio and related technologies for over 19 years. Joining Epiq Solutions shortly after its founding in 2009, Mike continues to provide expertise in the design and development of a wide range of cellular and proprietary wireless software and systems. Mike received his BSEE from Virginia Tech in 1995 and his MSEE from Illinois Institute of Technology in 2001.
wireless and cellular waveforms
Signal Processing / Software Engineer
Tom's extensive expertise in Signal Processing and Software Development have made him a valuable team asset at Epiq since 2012. As part of his professional career, Tom spent five years as a MATLAB Toolbox developer and went on to acquire a thorough understanding of multi-antenna DSP and wireless communications at Purdue, obtaining a PhD in 2000. From 2000-2008 he researched 4G OFDM systems at Motorola Labs, moving to Motorola Mobility to develop an LTE ASIC.
cdma, lte, gsm
Systems / Software Architect
Meaghan has been in a role of technical leadership and system development of software defined radio systems for several years. Since joining Epiq in 2013, she has utilized her diverse knowledge of embedded systems and SDR applications to continue and expand the development of Epiq's core technology. Meaghan received her BSCE from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2004 and MTSE-CS from Illinois Institute of Technology in 2009.
software architecture and design
Principal Software Engineer
Marc has designed and developed digital hardware and software for state-of-the-art wireless communications devices and systems for the better part of his career. He earned a BSEE/CS from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and an MSEE from the University of Illinois at Chicago and had experience at Motorola and D2 Technologies prior to joining Epiq Solutions.
Mobile Application Engineer
Ryan is software engineer with experience ranging from building mobile and desktop user interfaces, down to Linux kernel hacking. He joined Epiq Solutions in 2013, and is currently responsible for Android and desktop Java development. When not building Epiq apps, he can be found photographing rocket launches or in line for the new iPhone. Ryan received his bachelor's in Computer Science and Math at Northern Illinois University in 2001.
Jeremy comes from a background of writing embedded Linux device drivers, designing protocols, and implementing wireless communication systems. He joined the Epiq Solutions team in 2014. Jeremy received his BSCE from Case Western Reserve University in 2001, and his MSCS from Illinois Institute of Technology in 2009.
Michael isn't very good at writing self descriptive biographical texts. Despite lacking in this essential life skill, he none the less was able to graduate from Purdue University in 2014 with a bachelors degree in electrical engineering and shortly after begin working alongside the team at Epiq Solutions. He is currently responsible for developing both Linux and embedded software for Epiq Solution's various radio systems along with providing imagined tasting notes to new coffee roasts.
Since receiving his first 8051 microcontroller, Jeff knew that he was primarily interested in designing and programming embedded systems. He joined the Epiq team in 2014 as an embedded engineer providing software support to Epiq's many fine products. Jeff received his MSCE from Johns Hopkins University in 2010.
unconventional technical solutions
Seth is a detail oriented software engineer with an aptitude for aesthetic and usability design. He strives to develop user experiences that expose a product's potential, but maintain clarity and ease of use. Seth has had considerable success designing elegant solutions for SDR based applications and looks forward to solving new problems.
Principal Software Engineer
Bryan has been developing signal processing architectures, algorithms, and implementations for cellular systems throughout his career. Prior to joining Epiq Solutions, he specialized in building efficient, high-performing hardware and software receiver implementations for technology trials and cellular modem chipsets for Motorola and Intel. Bryan received his BSEE from the University of Houston and MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
digital signal processing
Alex has spent much of his life designing and developing software, with a variety of technologies and spanning several platforms. His main interest is in the design of elegant and efficient systems, and he is currently working with user-space embedded software. Alex received his BSCS in 2015, and his MSCS in 2016 - both from Purdue University.