Greg Glenn is a seasoned radio frequency engineer with over 39 years of RF design, standards contributions, and product development experience. He has played an active role in the wireless industry as a member of ANSI 63.26 Commercial Signal Booster Task Group and the UL 2525 Standards for Public Safety “in building” Radio Communications; Standards Technical Panel. Most recently Greg has contributed in ex-parte requests from the Federal Communications Commission on issues affecting “in building” Distributed Antenna Systems.
Glenn is also regular speaker and trainer in the Public Safety RF sector contributing to the IWCE, APCO, CIBET, Safer building Coalition and various public-safety forums proving seemingly endless insight, and direct anecdotal commentary.
Glenn’s expertise and industry knowledge has been recognized by key wireless organizations demonstrated by his positions with Motorola, Pacific Wireless, and currently with SOLiD.
The United States Patent Office recognized Greg by awarding a process patent for remote monitoring techniques.
Greg is an avid, if not consummate, RF enthusiast and can often be found testing various RF technologies in his personal lab or enjoying amateur radio pursuits.