Jeff Brower, President & CEO
Mr. Brower's engineering management and design experience includes products and
systems in the areas of communications, oil exploration, defense electronics, space
exploration, telecom, control systems, acoustic/audio algorithms, and industrial
automation. He is a system architect and designer, as well as expert at software,
hardware, and logic design, and a range of programming languages and operating
At Gearhart (now part of Halliburton) Mr. Brower helped develop complex signal
processing algorithms for measurement-while-drilling systems, extracting drill bit
sensor information sent via mud pulse to the surface. Rates of 4 bps achieved by
Gearhart's signal processing team in 1983 still compare well with state-of-the-art
systems running 6 to 10 bps.
At E-Systems (now Raytheon) Datacom group Mr. Brower was a software engineering
team leader for the MARC rapid deployment communication shelter. Next generation
MARC systems continue to be deployed by USAF Air Mobility Command at flash points
around the world.
In 1984 Mr. Brower co-founded Hyperception, acquired by National Instruments in 2004,
and in 1991 he founded Signalogic to provide infrastructure and system-level
solutions based on DSP technology. At Hyperception, Mr. Brower was co-author of the
Hypersignal software package, still in use today at industry, academic , and R&D locations.
During his career at Signalogic, Mr. Brower has been responsible for creating a range
of software and hardware products, including DirectDSP software and PC104 and PTMC
board product lines. In addition, he has worked on-site and/or on a consulting basis
with technical and management personnel at a wide range of organizations, including
JPL, military installations, Texas Instruments, Sanmina, Motorola, Lucent and major
defense subcontractors and suppliers.
Mr. Brower maintained a top 10 class ranking in academics and military at the
U.S. Air Force Academy from 1978-1980, and graduated with a BS in Electrical
Engineering and Mathematics from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1982.