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  • Rollin a seasoned professional in the Telecommunications Industry, with 15-years of experience in the area of Sales, Marketing and Product Development. His career in Microwave Communications includes design and implementation of various applications for ISR, Terrestrial Microwave, Troposcatter, ATC Radar, Mobile Radio, Satcom and Cellular Telephony. At General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies he managed successful major proposal efforts for the US Army, Commonwealth of Australia, L3-West, EADS Astrium, Government of... see more Rollin a seasoned professional in the Telecommunications Industry, with 15-years of experience in the area of Sales, Marketing and Product Development. His career in Microwave Communications includes design and implementation of various applications for ISR, Terrestrial Microwave, Troposcatter, ATC Radar, Mobile Radio, Satcom and Cellular Telephony. At General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies he managed successful major proposal efforts for the US Army, Commonwealth of Australia, L3-West, EADS Astrium, Government of Israel, FOX Digital and Transfield-Worley. At Andrew Corporation he managed major projects for Sky Latin America, WildBlue and ipstar* gateways stations. Other significant programs included projects for SES Americom, American Broadcasting Company, National Broadcasting Company, FOX Television, Space Communications Corporation and Warner Brothers.
    With a broad perspective on commercial, government and military communications, Rollin has unique perspective on current developments and future trends in our Microwave Telecom Industry.
    Rollin has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Southern Illinois University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from University of Dallas.
  • Spacecraft Engineer at EchoStar LLC. Graduated from ASU in May 2014 with a BSE in Astronautical Aerospace Engineering. Skilled in satellite systems, communication systems, and computer programming. Passionate about Space and technology.
  • I'm always looking to learn something new, be it in my career or in my personal life. Philadelphia born and raised, I will call it as I see it. Coupling that with thirty years in Alaska helped foster an independent spirit, so I'm comfortable going against the herd. I see myself as a quiet professional who seeks no accolades, yet is always working to improve things behind the scenes. When leading my team, I'm not a rah-rah guy, but prefer to build trust and get to know people one-on-one. On the technical...

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    I'm always looking to learn something new, be it in my career or in my personal life. Philadelphia born and raised, I will call it as I see it. Coupling that with thirty years in Alaska helped foster an independent spirit, so I'm comfortable going against the herd. I see myself as a quiet professional who seeks no accolades, yet is always working to improve things behind the scenes. When leading my team, I'm not a rah-rah guy, but prefer to build trust and get to know people one-on-one. On the technical side, my love for learning and distain for attention, has made me a very good teacher who enjoys sharing my knowledge, while happily letting my team get the credit.

  • Spacecraft Engineering manager at EchoStar Satellite Services

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    Back in high school, I decided to study Aerospace Engineering because I believe that it is where I can have the greatest impact on the world. Since then I have acquired many pertinent skills in areas such as system integration, propulsion, electronics, and sensor systems through various Space Grant organizations.

    Since I was a small child I have always been interested in how things work. Confused to how computers function, I had my father teach me the JAVA programming language –when I was ten years old. At thirteen I designed and...
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    Back in high school, I decided to study Aerospace Engineering because I believe that it is where I can have the greatest impact on the world. Since then I have acquired many pertinent skills in areas such as system integration, propulsion, electronics, and sensor systems through various Space Grant organizations.

    Since I was a small child I have always been interested in how things work. Confused to how computers function, I had my father teach me the JAVA programming language –when I was ten years old. At thirteen I designed and built my first desktop computer. Eventually I found myself involved in model rocketry. I am a member of the Lion Tech Rocket Labs at the Pennsylvania State University, in which I am a part of both the Payload and Propulsion subsections. We perform outreach to high school students to promote careers in the STEM field, as well as participate in various rocketry competitions such as NASA’s Student Launch Initiative. As a member of the Payload subsystem, I have been responsible for selecting and developing a synthetic aperture radar, designed and produced both sub and full scale rocket payload bays, written code for our Terrain Avoidance Package, and run our lab’s SolidWorks introductory course. In the Propulsion subsection I have developed the required specifications needed for our solid rocket engines, as well as helped design an autonomous launch system. As a student in Engineering Leadership Principles course, I developed a new method to economically reduce airplane tire wear upon contact with the ground. In the Student Space Projects Lab, I am currently a team leader in the design and fabrication of a rocket/payload system used for developing skills to work on the OSIRIS CubeSat. I also have the management experience involved in founding and coordinating a profitable local lifeguard service in my hometown.
  • I am studying plasma physics in Space Plasma, Power and Propulsion Laboratory, Research School of Physics and Engineering, The Australian National University. My major interest is the plasma propulsion system for satellites.

  • Broadcasting Studio(TV and Radio) operations and Maintenance

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