Dr. Oren Eliezer has over 25 years of experience in the design and productization of communication systems and chips for telecom and wireless applications.
He received his BSEE and MSEE degrees from the Tel-Aviv University in 1988 and in 1997, focusing on communication systems and signal processing, and his PhD in microelectronics from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2008.
After serving for 6 years as an engineer in the IDF, he co-founded Butterfly Communications, which was acquired by Texas Instruments (TI) in 1999.
He was relocated by TI to Dallas in 2002, where he was elected senior member of the technical staff, and took part in the development of TI’s digital-radio-processor (DRP) technology and in digital-signal processing techniques for built-in compensation and testing in wireless SoCs.
He joined Xtendwave in Dallas in 2009, where he received several government research grants and was responsible for redesigning the US government’s atomic-clock broadcast (WWVB).
He has authored and coauthored over 50 journal and conference papers and over 45 patents, and has given over 40 invited tutorials related to communication system design and productization.
He is currently the chief technology officer at Xtendwave and participates in the research at the Texas Analog Center of Excellence (TxACE) at UTD. He is a technical program committee member for the IEEE RFIC conference and has chaired several local IEEE conferences.