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Joseph Coffey

Joseph Coffey

Joseph Coffey is a senior principal engineer at CommScope with more than 20 years’ experience. In his role, Coffey integrates various elements of science and technology to create systems that enhance productivity and solve problems. Before CommScope, Coffey spent time at Apionix and Ortonix, and holds 70 patents. Coffey has a Bachelor of Science and a Masters of Science (Cum Laude) in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.

 

How Has Fiber Optics Made the World of Communications Better?

Posted by Joseph Coffey on June 16, 2017
Gone are the days of rotary phones and basic over-the-air television. There is one reason why the world of communications has changed—fiber optics. In this Fiber Friday vlog, Joseph Coffey explain how the world of communications has changed thanks to the deployment of this wonder of technology.

Do Not Let Your Fiber Connectors Hurt Your Network

Posted by Joseph Coffey on June 2, 2017
Everything needs to run smoothly in our lives. Obstacles just slow us down. That goes for our networks. Our fiber connectors must allow light to pass freely. In this Fiber Friday vlog, Joseph Coffey explain how the quality of your fiber connectors can affect your network.

Shining a (Flash)light on Latency

Posted by Joseph Coffey on March 6, 2017
Remember the days when a transoceanic phone call took forever to connect? Now it sounds like you’re in the same room! It all has to do with levels of latency. Joseph Coffey shines a light -- on the speed of light – in this video blog post.