We were founded in 2015 at University of California, Irvine by a team of network technology specialists in the field of RF transmission. We emerged from UCI's Applied Technology incubator in 2019 after our development of patented FD transceiver intellectual property that can be easily integrated into current systems. Our use of beam steering antennas controlled by smart antenna heuristics to achieve spatial filtering of self-interference multipath is our core technology. Cancelling the major self-interference multipath energy components in the propagation domain reduces the compression of the front-end, improves linearity and increases the bandwidth that can be handled by the system by inherently reducing frequency selectivity.
In 2019, we were acquired by COMSovereign Corporation (Stock Symbol : COMS) to combine our technologies with COMSoverign communication-focused subsidiaries' products and service to support the upgrade of "Transitional" 4G LTE networks for a nationwide upgrade to the 5G platform.
Prior to joining Lextrum as its CEO, Mr. Hopkins held positions as Principle Engineer, Subject Matter Expert (SME), and held management positions with multiple telecom and advanced technology wireless communications companies. Mr. Hopkins led the development, deployment, and operations of private sector projects and a variety of US Government classified programs. Early in his career, he worked with General Electric as the SME on Fast Breeder Reactor Development core physics power-to-melt modeling, testing, and correlation studies. At Control Data Corp. he led engineering on radiation hardening as the SEU principle engineer/SME/manager on a variety of classified ELINT, SIGINT, and CCCI programs. While with McCaw Cellular/AT&T he was the principle engineer of messaging and over-the-air programming, and in addition to activation platforms and systems firmware/software development. Prior to Lextrum, he led the design, development, and deployment of the microwave backhaul network and high-capacity LOS and NLOS radios at Clearwire / Sprint. As an inventor, Mr. Hopkins was issued four patents on telecommunications electronic messaging and time-stamp protocols. Mr. Hopkins holds a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Arizona.
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