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Dielectric Adds Popescu to Engineering Team
Raymond, ME - Jan 22, 2008 - Catalin Popescu has joined Dielectric Communications as an application/proposal engineer. Having worked in the broadcast industry since 1988, Popescu is now responsible for the preparation of technical specifications for TV, FM, and mobile media RF systems for Dielectric worldwide.
In his new role, Popescu provides technical product support for OEM customers and the company's sales staff. This includes the preliminary design of TV, FM and mobile media RF systems and the development of technical proposals and presentations.
Popescu joins the Dielectric team from Larcan, where he was manager of the project management and application engineering department. In this role he was responsible for creating technical specifications and diagrams to support the company's products, managing product specifications and adherence to global regulatory policies, and overseeing a team of sales engineers, application engineers, contract administrators, and customer service support staff. Prior to his time with Larcan, Popescu was the director of the radio and television broadcasting department at the National Company of Radiocommunications (Radiocom) in Bucharest, Romania. Before joining Radiocom, he took part in Harris's co-op engineering program, working on the tuning and factory acceptance tests of FM transmitters. For the first 10 years of his career, Popescu worked as an in-house engineer for various radio stations.
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