Fidelity Comtech Management Team

Joe Carey: President

Joe is the President and Founder of Fidelity Comtech. As President, he oversees the overall business strategy for the company. Joe understands how to apply wireless technology to achieve our customer’s operational and business goals. He has more than 20 years experience delivering cutting-edge technology products for both small and large companies, including Hewlett-Packard and Qualcomm.

Mr. Carey did graduate research in Phased Array Radars at the University of Colorado, where he received a Master of Science degree in electrical engineering; he received his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University.

Robert Weaver, PhD: Vice President for Advanced Technologies

Bob directs Fidelity Comtech’s product development for current and future products and technologies. Bob joined Fidelity Comtech full time in 2006.

Prior to joining FCI, Bob was Chief Technical Officer at ionSky, a Colorado Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP). Bob also spent a number of years as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Drexel University in Philadelphia, and worked for ten years as a staff attorney for the Federal Trade Commission. He also has three years experience managing and maintaining radio and television facilities for the United States Army.

Bob holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado, an M.A in Economics from Cleveland State University, a J.D. degree and B.A. in chemistry from Case Western Reserve University.

Ken Baker, PhD: Vice President of Systems Engineering

Prior to joining Fidelity Comtech, Ken was on the faculty at the University of Colorado, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program where he did research and taught courses in wireless networking.

Ken’s research and engineering efforts are focused on applications and methods related to self-configuring wireless networks, and he holds thirteen patents in digital communication system technology. Previously he held various positions related to RF network planning and new product research and development at both Nortel and Qualcomm Inc. In addition, he has worked with network operators on the rollout and optimization of CDMA and OFDM networks worldwide.

Ken holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virgina Tech).