Multimedia Engineering
  Past Projects

2008 Supported Resident Lending Group, Salem, OR. by designing and
assembling pro audio production and delivery studios for their internet presence.

2007 Supported Brown Broadcast Services, Inc., Portland, Oregon (no
relation) by performing 60 market bandwidth feasibility studies for new NCE noncommercial/educational) FM broadcast service and then authoring 35 FCC applications including power/height/class determination, directional antenna design, interference studies, and assisting clients with site determination, FAA clearance, radiation studies, RF/audio chain budget and Fair Distribution analyses.

2006 Engineering/Consulting for VXI Corp. focusing primarily on Apple Mac OS X compatibility and plug and play issues surrounding new models of USB headsets, especially in conjunction with MacSpeech iListen software.

2005 Temporary sales support staff for Blueparrott (VXI Corp.) at the 2005 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

2004 DVD Catalog/Sales Brochure Authored detailed proposal for the creation of a hybrid DVD-Video/DVD-ROM for a local, well known art glass manufacturer that would enable existing and prospective clients to not only view thousands of images of art glass styles, but also obtain usable photo quality printouts of same with ease. This would have been a fantastic project, but it did not get funded.

2003 Our Saviour Lutheran Church of Lake Oswego, Oregon. Authored 10-year plan to expand the existing multimedia creation and delivery system throughout the existing and future buildings in the Church complex. Verified existence and usability of original infrastructure as indicated in construction blueprints and integration of existing hardware and software assets.

2003 Larry Hart, architect. Redesigned and reprogrammed audio/video switching system for large room surround sound incorporating new hardware acquisitions.

2001 Transcoding project for Nevis Advertising's client Bay Microsystems web site. Repurposed informational video for intranet and internet application, with multiple bandwidth considerations.

2000 Centerpointe Millwork, Portland, Oregon. Installed Win2k Server based LAN, allowing for integration of CAD with CAM. Getting the office and the shop connected for a more efficient connection between the design and fabrication environments of this architectural millwork.

1996 Indata Group for Chief Leschi School District, Puyallup, Wa. Installation and Proof and Documentation for 80 chair interactive baseband retrieval and videoconference system using twisted pair infrastructure. Video over CAT-5 (NTSC) has it's advantages. Incorporating a 48 x 96 high speed routing switch, with tape, live, optical and satellite sourcing.

1994 Trans-Columbia Communications, Vancouver, Wa. Co-authored business implementation plan for proposed FM broadcast licensee. Authored engineering application for same.

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