Isotrope now offers comprehensive in-house drive testing services. Our carrier class test gear measures CDMA, 1xRTT, EVDO, GSM, GPRS/EDGE/UMTS, HSPA and LTE technologies. Isotrope provides benchmarking of data as well as voice calls. The test platform, combined with our carrier class signal propagation modeling software, provides comprehensive benchmarking services. In addition to measuring outdoor wireless […]
I cannot lie; I’ve aged into the “Greatest Hits” demographic. I find myself regularly listening to one of the 2 “Greatest Hits” stations here in Boston. Now, they used to be called “Oldies” but over the last few years, the music from the 50’s and 60’s has been phased out in favor of 70’s and […]
A reporter called me to ask about distributed antenna systems (DAS). I told him that was not the right first question to ask. Why? Explanation in a moment. His community is hearing its third wireless facility permit application that includes a new tower. This community is part of a national gem, having a majority of […]
There were several reporters at the public meeting on wireless facilities in North Mianus. Here are links to their stories about David Maxson’s presentation: The Daily Greenwich Greenwich Patch The Greenwich Citizen
Isotrope was hired by the Town of Greenwich, CT to do an assessment of options for the placement of a wireless facility in the vicinity of North Mianus neighborhood. On March 3, Isotrope traveled to Greenwich and presented our findings to the Board of Selectmen at a public meeting. Pictured is David Maxson giving […]
In the November 15, 2010 edition of Radio Ink’s Tech Ink, David was named one of the best engineers in radio. David has been involved in standards setting with the NRSC for many years and he wrote the book on HD-Radio.
David was interviewed in the Keene Sentinel in connection with wireless tower siting issues in Fitzwilliam, NH. Here’s an excerpt from the article by Sarah Trefethen: “Local zoning decisions have to walk that tightrope between following the zoning regulations and not effectively prohibiting wireless service,” said David Maxson, who runs the Massachusetts-based consulting company Broadcast […]
I’ve distilled our RFSigns.com website down to a small 22 page printable catalog. It’s my first serious attempt at using MS Publisher to do something. I think we can agree I’m not a graphic designer but the catalog isn’t bad for a first attempt. You can check it out here.
David was recently awarded the prestigious Wireless Communications Professional certification from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). This certification, earned by rigorous examination on Wireless Communications Engineering Technology (WCET), demonstrates the breadth and depth of David’s knowledge and experience with all aspects of personal wireless services engineering. IEEE WCET Certification.