Brian Anderson has been a pioneer and leader in antenna system design and development for IFEC since 1996. Starting as an antenna engineer at Harris Corporation, he joined LiveTV and was instrumental in launching the first domestic satellite-based television product for jetBlue Airways in 2000. During his tenure at LiveTV, Brian led all phases of the antenna system life-cycle including qualification, reliability enhancement, installation design & substantiation, certification support, deployed system sustaining engineering, performance optimization, and Line/Depot maintenance & repair.
Since incorporating in 2005, Brian has charted the course for his company’s expansion through AS9100 accreditation, antenna system repair in support of 145 certificate holders, design & development of modular Ku- and Ka-antenna systems, Radome design & performance validation, and manufacture of LRU product for System Integrators. Today, Brian is focused on making Anderson Connectivity the Leading IFEC Antenna by broadening its services, technology, design and engineering offerings in the aviation marketplace.
Chris Snyder has over 25 years of experience in the design, development, and testing of enabling technologies for the communications, remote sensing, and electronic warfare markets. While primarily rooted in theory and analysis, the extensive application of assembly and manufacturing processes has provided a practical emphasis to projects and made success possible. Chris is listed on over 30 patents specific to antenna applications and cutting edge technology advancement.
Stephen Meyer has over 12 years of experience in mechanical design centered around antenna and RF integrated packaging. He has extensive development and design experience in airborne, terrestrial and maritime applications with special emphasis on passing DO-160 and MIL-STD-810 requirements. Today, Stephen’s role at Anderson Connectivity encompasses mechanical design, product development, production management, and head of operations.