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Roger Blalock (Fed)

Roger Blalock is the Lab Operations Manager for Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) Division within NIST. He works with engineers in the PSCR Division’s Advanced Communications Research Group to deploy new vendor equipment for test projects in the network. He also works to integrate and troubleshoot third party testing tools, as well as develop and maintain tools that allow easier ongoing maintenance of the lab. Roger joined PSCR with over 15 years’ experience in the telecommunications industry. Initially, he worked with system test and test automation for 2G and 3G cellular networks, but also spent time doing new feature deployment in overseas markets. Roger spent the last several years working on both lab design and operations as well as the 4G IMS core. His education includes a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering.

Publications

PSCR 2021: Pecha Kucha Portfolio Overviews

Author(s)
John Beltz, Scott Ledgerwood, Roger Blalock, Joe Grasso, John S. Garofolo, Jesse Frey, Cara O'Malley, Fernando Cintron, Bill Fisher, Gema Howell, Yee-Yin Choong, Jack Lewis, Paul Merritt, Edmond J. Golden III, Ian Soboroff, Craig Connelly, Gary Howarth, Brianna Vendetti, Katelynn Kapalo, Margaret Pinson
PSCR Research Portfolio Leaders join their staff to provide an overview of the projects housed within their PSCR portfolio. Each portfolio overview is delivered

PSCR 2020_Pecha Kucha Portfolio Overview

Author(s)
John Beltz, Roger Blalock, Donald Bradshaw, John S. Garofolo, Joe Grasso, Scott Ledgerwood, Brianna Vendetti
The PSCR Research Portfolio Leaders provide overview presentations of the projects housed within their portfolios, using just 20 slides that showcase each for
Created November 14, 2019, Updated December 7, 2022