Senior Engineer for Broadband Technologies, University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory
Lincoln Lavoie is the senior engineer in Broadband Technologies, and acts as an industry lead for the executive steering body, at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). In this role, he is responsible for the technical management of the broadband access technology grounds, including digital subscriber line (DSL), gigabit passive optical network (GPON), and Technical Report 069 (TR-069).
In addition to his duties with the UNH-IOL, Lincoln serves on the Broadband Forum (BBF) Board of Directors and as the vice-chair of the Metallic Transmission Working Group of the Broadband Forum, and is actively involved in the Full Service Access Network (FSAN) group.
With on-going special interest areas that include analysis of digital signal processing, Linux and embedded-system programming, and hardware/software systems integration, Lincoln has a diverse and varied background in technologies and trends of interest to the UNH-IOL’s member companies. Lincoln is currently involved in the development of testing for VDSL2, G.vector, DSL bonding, and the forthcoming G.fast.
Lincoln received his BS, summa cum laude, in electrical engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 2003 and received a Master of Science in the same discipline in 2008.