US Electrodynamics Inc. (USEI) is a US privately owned Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (DVOSB) Telecommunications company headquartered at 66C Teleport Drive, Brewster, Washington, where our Customers and Quality of Service come first.
Brewster Teleport in Washington state and Vernon Valley Teleport in New Jersey provide connectivity with the POR, CONUS, AOR regions and are supported with a dedicated 100G Capable Wave Terrestrial Network providing a wide array of critical services and opportunities for our Customers.
Serving both the satellite and terrestrial industries and long partnerships with both government and commercial customers, you can trust in USEI for your connectivity needs.
USEI was founded by Jim Veeder in 1985 and is a World Teleport Association (WTA) Member.
COMBINED ORBITAL ARC COVERAGE
FROM 3°W to 188°W
SOLUTIONS FOR SATELLITE, FIBER, CO-LO, BROADCAST & MEDIA, AVIATION, MARITIME & INTERNET
QUALITY CUSTOMER CARE & SERVICE
CONTACT: + 1-509-276-0000
West Point United States Military Academy Graduate B.S. Science & Engineering 1972, M.S. Nuclear Engineering University of Washington 1977, Journal Mathematical Physics publications with Dr. Norman J McCormick. National Cancer Institute Research Scientist, The Boeing Company Senior Principal Engineer/Scientist 1979-1987.
Areas of Expertise
• Electromagnetic Pulse analysis and mitigation design
• Low Observables science and design
• Neutron Enhanced Radiation Propagation Science of Oncology
• Thin film quantum design for RF Antenna applications
• Military communications
• Antenna design, construction and operation.
3 Most Recent Developments & Accomplishments:
• First principles F= ma theoretical derivation of Planck's constant with deep physical insight into Casimir effect and statistical mechanics
• Theoretically Rigorous formulation of 'Chronology Protection' with physical insight enhancing completeness and consistency of Special and General Relativity impacting cosmology
• First principles exact RF propagation and interference analysis using 'all possible quasi QED paths' for rough terrain and severe microclimate environments.
Professor William W. Saylor, PE was the Gen Bernard Schriever Chair in the Department of Astronautics, United States Air Force Academy from 2005-2011. He was also the Chief Engineer for the Space Sciences Research Center and led the FalconSAT program during that time and supported the program for the next two years as an AFRL contractor. He has continued supporting the Astronautics Department by authoring the updated, second edition of Fundamentals of Astrodynamics. Besides his very broad multi-disciplinary scientific and engineering background, Professor Saylor also is considered expert for several advanced technologies in remote sensing (SAR), space situational awareness, and advanced communications technologies. While performing his duties as the Schriever Chair, Professor Saylor received the AIAA Von Karman Lectureship and the Rocky Mountain AIAA Engineer of the Year award.
Mr. Saylor is a Distinguished Graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1972 with a Nuclear Engineering area of concentration. Following graduation, he attended Airborne and Ranger schools and was stationed in Germany as a combat engineer officer. He then attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned a Master’s Degree in Nuclear Engineering and Magnetic Fusion Technology. He then was stationed in Ft. Belvoir, Virginia and ran the Nuclear Power Plant Operator’s School before being assigned to Saudi Arabia as an Assistant Engineer on colossal power construction projects. Upon leaving the Army Mr. Saylor worked as a nuclear engineer in the power industry before spending twelve years at Los Alamos National Laboratory working in a variety of advanced energy and defense programs. He developed energy plant conceptual designs based on heavy-ion accelerators and inertial fusion.
Mr. Saylor also supported numerous advanced system concepts for the SDIO Program Office and designed and built instrumentation and controls systems for various laser projects. He was also a Project Leader for several space engineering projects including payloads and small satellites, as well as leading a multi-laboratory effort to develop LIDARs for the long-range detection of biological agents on the battlefield. Mr. Saylor has served as a Senior Scientist at SAIC, Inc. supporting numerous DoD, DARPA and NRO space activities he supported during his time as the General Schriever Chair Professor of Astro Science and Engineering at the USAFA in Colorado Springs.
Bill supports USEI's nationally important strategic space, launch, satellite (LEO,MEO,GEO) communications projects requiring advanced and innovative technological solutions.
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