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Jay Salkini

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Jay Salkini
Born
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🎓 Alma materFlorida Atlantic University (National Alumni Association Hall of Fame Award, 2009)[1]
💼 Occupation
founder, Tecore Networks
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Jay Salkini is founder of Tecore Networks. He envisioned, developed and patented a wireless technology that has been installed in networks around the globe.

Background and education[edit]

In 1981, at the age of 17, Salkini arrived in Florida to pursue his college education, where he turned his childhood interest in electronics into an academic pursuit. While attending Florida Atlantic University (FAU), he also worked part-time at IBM. Following his graduation from FAU with his bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering, he took a position at Siemens working on software development for telecommunications switching systems. While at Siemens, he continued graduate study and received his master of computer engineering degree, and three years later joined Nortel as a consultant. He developed significant early experience in wireless communication, which was a nascent field when he started, but which has since become one of the fastest growing industries worldwide.

Patents[edit]

Salkini has the following patents to his name:

  • Multi-protocol wireless communication apparatus and method:

U.S. Patents No. 6,912,230[2] and 7,733,901.[2] A scalable, multi-protocol mobile switching center in a wireless communications network provides communications control for digital and analog wireless communications devices including devices that operate according to GSM and IS-41 standards. The hardware and software architecture of the switching center is designed so that processing that is unique to a particular protocol is performed at the lowest possible level, and remaining processing can use generic procedures. The switching center incorporates a home location register and visitor location register that are used in conjunction with software applications to determine the protocol of mobile communications devices using the wireless communications network. The mobile switching center can be used to provide a large scale distributed wireless network or a small scale wireless network. The switching center can also be used as an adjunct to a private branch exchange to provide in-building wireless services and call control. Graphical user interfaces make the wireless communications network easy to maintain.

  • Position location for airborne networks:

U.S. Patent No. 7,460,866.[2] A wireless communications system, and a corresponding method, for use with an aircraft, includes airborne pico cell base stations mounted on the aircraft, the base stations capable of communication with wireless devices used by subscribers on the aircraft via using switching/transaction processing equipment located optionally on the aircraft or in the ground network with one or more ground-based networks. The system includes aircraft location equipment, in communication with the base stations, that determine the aircraft's location, including latitude, longitude, altitude, and other relevant data. Finally, the system includes a wireless communications enable/disable module that receives the aircraft's location and enables and disables wireless communications through the base stations based on the aircraft's location.

Awards[edit]

In 2009 Salkini was inducted into the FAU National Alumni Association Hall of Fame).[1]

Company[edit]

Salkini's company, Tecore Networks, develops and manufactures equipment for the wireless communications industry for the private and public sectors.

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "FAU Alumni - Hall of Fame Award". Retrieved December 10, 2010. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "FAU Alumni - Hall of Fame Award" defined multiple times with different content
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "USPTO Patent Full-Text and Image Database: Patent 6912230". Retrieved December 13, 2010. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "USPTO Patent Full-Text and Image Database" defined multiple times with different content Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "USPTO Patent Full-Text and Image Database" defined multiple times with different content

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