Born 1955 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia - now Serbia.
Attending elementary school in Belgrade, Khartoum - Sudan, AdisAbaba - Ethiopia and Casablanca - Morocco.
Finished high school in Belgrade.
Bachelor degree in electrical engineering in 1978 from the University of Belgrade
Master degree in electrical engineering in 1986 from the University of Belgrade.
From 1978 employed by Institute of Applied Physics, Belgrade, Yugoslavia which latter changed the name to IMTEL (Institute of Microwave Technology and Electronics). In that time IMTEL was working mostly on military projects for the Yugoslav army. I participated and led several projects:
- 10km pulse compression radar
- frequency hopping radio equipment
- radio communication link based on spread spectrum for unmanned aircraft
- radio reconnaissance and surveillance system
- radar reconnaissance, surveillance and jammer system
In this period I was head of the laboratory of digital Electronics and head of few projects.
When the war in former Yugoslavia started in 1991 Yugoslav army canceled all our projects, so we switched to the computer business. In this time I was head of the computer business in Imtel and for a short period (2 months) I was CEO of Imtel Computers.
Since 2005 I retired form this business.
Since 2009 I am working with some friend in USA on a start-up company involved in the design of LTE equipment. We specifically gave a technical solution for the synchronization block in the LTE UE.
I am currently working on some papers concerning Zadoff Chu sequences and complementary sequences.