Here are some examples of documents that I have either solely authored or have collaborated on. All the linked documents here are in the public domain or have been published.
Other samples of work are available with the agreement of the client for whom the work was done. This will require signature of a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
A variety of tools were used to produce these documents including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, LaTeX and Adobe.
Example of a granted patent: “EDGE NODE, MESH NETWORK AND METHOD TO DELIVER CONTENT AT AN EDGE OF A MESH NETWORK”, EP 3 579587 A2
White Paper – “Smart Rail and Edge Computing”, Virtuosys, Jan 2018
While attending ETSI MEC I was rapporteur for the Work Item, producing the specification ETSI GS MEC 001
While attending ETSI MEC I was rapporteur for the Work Item producing the specification ETSI GR MEC 027. I also worked on an earlier unpublished version when it was called “Study on MEC support for containers”
While a delegate for Virtuosys at ETSI MEC I participated in the ETSI White Paper “Developing Software for Multi-Access Edge Computing”, Sep 2017
While a delegate for Virtuosys at ETSI MEC I submitted 35 technical documents (t-docs). There are links to a couple of examples here:
Submitted to MEC-Tech F2F#1 (2 May 2018) “MEC(18)000192_MEC027 Smart Rail Use Case Discussion”
Submitted to MEC#88-Tech (9 January 2018) “MEC(18)000003r1 Way Forward on Terminology Acronyms”
Virtuosys collaborated with some well-known companies to produce two white papers on LTE-M and I am a named co-author:
“Coverage Analysis of LTE-M Category-M1”, V1.0, January 2017, Sierra, Ericsson, Sony, Virtuosys et al
“Evaluation of LTE-M towards 5G IoT requirements”, V1.1 March 2018, Sierra, Ericsson, Sony, Virtuosys et al
While a delegate for Virtuosys at 3GPP RAN1 and RAN4 I submitted 38 technical documents (t-docs). There are links to a couple of examples here:
Submitted to RAN1 #86 Lisbon, Oct 2016 R1-1609605 “Correction to DMRS for MPDCCH associated with P-RNTI”, Virtuosys Limited
Submitted to RAN4 #80bis, Ljubljana, Oct 2016 “R4-167384 UE performance PDSCH simulation results for eMTC”, Virtuosys
While a delegate for General Dynamics at 3GPP RAN1 I submitted 43 technical documents (t-docs). There are links to a couple of examples here:
Submitted to RAN1 #76, Prague, Feb 2014, “R1-140514 ProSe device-to-device discovery resource allocation”
Submitted to RAN1 #81, Fukuoka, May 2015 “R1-152536 UE-to-Network relay discovery and UE selection”
Published paper at the IEEE International Conference on Communication (ICC): Cannon, Mark J, “On the Design of D2D synchronization in 3GPP Release-12”, 2015 IEEE International Conference Communication Workshop (ICCW), pp. 633-638, 8-12 June 2015
This was the dissertation submitted for my MSc in Mathematics with the Open University (2015). This is an example of math typesetting using LaTeX.