The Team

Signal Laboratories is a great place to work and grow. We welcome explorers who help us develop revolutionary consumer technology.
 
 
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Joel (JD) Brinton | FOUNDER

JD worked on the Falcon 9 and Dragon programs as a Lead Avionics Engineer at Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX). He also lead the electronics design for Google's Project Tango smartphone. Prior to Signal Laboratories, JD lead Brinton Engineering which was a leading contract engineering service in the Silicon Valley for RF and electrical engineering. He has a major in Business, a minor in Management and a degree in Accounting.


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Ben Morse | FOUNDER

Ben is a serial entrepreneur having co-founded JoynMe, a social networking startup - from funding to execution to operations. Previous to JoynMe Ben worked as a Systems Engineer at Plantronics. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from UC Davis. He is also an advisor for several startups, and mentors at a number of local hackathons.


Tina Kefalas

Tina has been with the founding team at Signal Laboratories since 2014. Prior to her return to the corporate workforce, she spent 10 years competing professionally for the Greek Track & Field Team, including an Olympic berth in the marathon at the 2012 London Olympics.  Her previous work experience is in Human Resources and Recruiting at U.S. Trust and McKinsey & Co. She has a B.A. in Communications from USC.

 

Daryl Wasden, Ph.D.

Daryl Wasden is a Senior Signal Processing Engineer with Signal Laboratories. For the past eight years, he has been working in research and development for proprietary wireless modem designs with an emphasis on multicarrier and MIMO implementations.  Daryl began his career at the University of Utah Wireless Research Lab. After graduating, he spent time as a Wireless Research Engineer at Idaho National Laboratories and as a Signal Processing/FPGA Engineer at Coda Octopus Colmek. During his time as a student and research engineer, Daryl's efforts were key to developing real-time demonstrations of the Wireless Spectrum Communications (WSComm) technology that won an R&D 100 Award in 2012. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.


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Ryan MIEsbauer

Ryan joined the SigLabs team after 8 years at Northrup Grumman’s Digital Hardware Group working on FPGA-based Embedded Radios and Systems. He earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from UC Davis in 2008 and a M.S. in Communication Theory and Systems from UC San Diego in 2016. Ryan enjoys snowboarding, hiking, disc golf, and just about anything that keeps him in the outdoors. He also enjoys exploring breweries with friends.


Anurag Goyal

Anurag Goyal is a Hardware Engineer and is pursuing his Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California. He has prior experience working as Assistant Manager with Reliance Jio, a 4G telecommunications company in Mumbai, India; in addition to a stint as a DAAD fellow at Technical University of Illminau, Germany.