Designer of Wi-Fi/Bluetooth ICs, film producer, and lover of live folk music and comedy...
My days are spent architecting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth ICs for mobile and IoT (Internet of Things) applications at Samsung Cambridge Solution Centre (SCSC) which Samsung Semiconductor acquired from CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio, now Qualcomm) in 2012. I started there in 2000 writing Bluetooth firmware, before migrating to Wi-Fi. As a Systems Architect my role is now that of overall technical lead, covering both hardware and software.
Prior to Samsung/CSR I developed software for industrial gas detectors at the Sieger division of Zellweger Analytics (now Honeywell Analytics). They sponsored me through my Engineering and Computing Science degree at the University of Oxford (Lincoln College). I stayed with them for five years after graduating (with a First) in 1995.
More details of my professional career, qualifications, and patents, can be found on my LinkedIn profile.