Harrison Shecter assists the Electrical & Computer Technologies Practice in patent prosecution.
Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Harrison studied at UMass Amherst, where he obtained an MS in Electrical Engineering. During his undergraduate studies, Harrison focused on radio-frequency (RF) transmission and reception circuit architectures. For Harrison’s graduate work at the Center for Advanced Sensor and Communications Antennas, he designed, simulated, measured and evaluated experimental antenna prototypes for 5G cellular applications.
- Patent prosecution in a diverse range of electrical and computing technologies including:
- High-speed electrical connectors
- High-performance audio transceivers
- RF-based, ultra-precise location devices
- RF-based geolocation and tracking systems for high-speed rail applications
- Galvanic-isolated power electronics and data communication systems
- Electric vehicle charging circuitry
- Medical imaging devices (e.g., MRI, ultrasound, fluorescence)
- Machine-learning drug discovery algorithms
- Open-source software license review and clearance analysis.
- Patent invalidity and non-infringement assessment in the field of RF cellular antennas.
- Visiting cities around the world and experiencing international cuisine
- Competing in pub trivia
- Playing rock and jazz guitar
- Building computers