IEEE Life Senior Member
With over three decades of extremely broad-based experience in the analysis, design, and development of multi-disciplinary systems, Ron Bader provides the catalyst to insure the timely and cost effective success of your development effort from feasibility through pilot production. Ron has a proven track record as both a successful technical contributor and project manager. He interfaces effectively across functional groups, leverages the breadth of his experience to create innovative solutions to your specific problems, and is especially effective at assessing, then turning around troubled projects. Ron is also an experienced forensic consultant and expert witness.
Ron’s skills include:
- Medical Equipment Design
- Automatic Test Equipment Design
- Industrial & Commercial Electronic Products
- Engineering Project Management
- Instrumentation and Control Systems
- Microprocessor & microcontroller PCBs
- Digital and Analog Circuit Design
- Signal Integrity Modeling and Simulation
- Real-Time Embedded Firmware
- Troubleshooting and Reverse Engineering
- Forensic Support Services
- Expert Witness
Prior to founding Bader Engineering in 1981, Ron worked as a founding employee of Compression Labs, Inc., a world leader in Data Compression and Video Teleconferencing technologies. At CLI he held various positions as Manager, Design Engineering; Chief Engineer; and Project Engineer.
Ron holds an MS in Engineering (with a dual major in EE and CS) from UC Berkeley, a BS in Engineering Sciences with Highest Honors and an AAS in Electronics Technology both from the City University of New York.
As a result of his active involvement in the consulting and professional communities, Ron has developed close working relationships with an extensive network of highly skilled and diverse professionals. These associations enable him to build project teams that can handle complex projects of a multi-disciplinary nature.
Ron was CNSV Vice-Chair in 2000