Jonathan consults in the telecommunications industry on the design, build and operation of fixed and wireless networks. He operates telemetry networks including Kotahi’s New Zealand LoRaWAN network. He’s an approved radio certifier in New Zealand, and license land mobile & microwave.
With the University of Oregon’s Network Startup Resource Center, he spends some of his time teaching network and wireless engineering in developing economies.
Jonathan has researched and written papers on internet affordability, internet topology, dynamic radio spectrum, and the Internet of Things. His current research focus is the connectivity and interconnectivity of Pacific Island networks (pacpeer.org), a project funded by APNIC and the Information Society’s Innovation Fund.
Wednesday 12 April 4.30pm-5.00pm: Radio frequency protocols for Internet of Things