Clarence is President of Communications Technologies, Inc., Broadcast Engineering Consultants, located in Marlton, New Jersey outside of Philadelphia. The firm was established in 1985 and has an active engineering practice primarily representing radio and television clients. Clarence’s professional experience includes work as both a field service engineer and regional manager for major broadcast equipment manufacturers and managing partner of a private broadcast consulting engineering firm from 1976 – 1985 before forming Communications Technologies.
Unique areas of expertise include early work with Longley-Rice prediction techniques and Method of Moments modeling of AM & FM antenna systems. His innovation and industry expertise are found in regular papers and presentations before the Society of Broadcast Engineers and The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers as well as industry trade publications and peer review of other author’s technical papers. He regularly files comments in FCC Rule Making Proceedings related to broadcast engineering technology and related FCC Rules.