President and CEO
Jamal Hamdani is the President and CEO of Moseley, as well as CarrierComm and Axxcelera Broadband, Moseley's subsidiaries. Prior to acquiring Moseley in a management buyout in 1992, he held various management positions with General Research Corporation, the BBC, and Philips Research Laboratories. Jamal became CEO of Moseley in 1996, after which he focused the company on growth as well as breadth. Over the last decade, his leadership resulted in the companies’ delivering revenues in excess of $1 billion and produced incomes to shareholders prior to taxes in excess of $350 million.
Jamal was a pioneer in Digital Signal Processing and spent five years in Africa as a consultant designing and installing telecommunication networks. After twice being honored as a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year™ award for technology, he won the award in 2002.
Jamal received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from ABU Nigeria and his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Netherlands University. In addition, he attended the AEA Executive Management Program at Stanford.
Jamal is passionate in creating a world in which everyone gives to others what they want for themselves. He is actively involved in various charitable causes around the world.
Sr. VP of Operations
Philip Rushton is the Senior Vice President of Operations. Prior to this he was the General Manager of Adaptive Broadband Ltd and Group Product Director of Telspec Plc. He has also held senior engineering management positions working on switching and access network products.
During his career in telecommunications he has been responsible for a wide range of high volume products in the access network from both a technical and commercial perspective.
Philip received his Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from Queen Mary College, the University of London. He is a Chartered Engineer and member of the Institute of Electrical Engineers.
The Axxcelera ExcelMAX C9 AP and CPE provide for TDD communication over the 3650-3700 MHz band. In the United States this band is a “lightly licensed” band ...
Written by Cyberbajt with forward by Axxcelera, this case study discusses an ExcelMAX project in Poland.
Mechanisms for DFS as they relate to the Axxcelera Broadband Wireless family of wireless communication devices are explained.
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