ProfileChristopher Walton transitioned to PSCR from private industry in December of 2014. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (1989) from the University of Texas at Arlington, Chris was a civilian employee of the United States Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC), where he designed and deployed RF systems. Chris left USAISEC to return to UTA where he completed a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1996. Working for international telecom vendors, he gained experience testing 2G cellular technologies, in the latter portion of his industry career, he led the deployments of 3G and LTE wireless technologies in both domestic and international markets. After joining PSCR, Chris’s research has been in the area of local control on broadband networks, with a current focus on MCPPT (Mission Critical Push to Talk).