Lincoln LavoieTechnical Chair at Broadband Forum
Lincoln Lavoie is currently a Senior Engineer for broadband Technologies, leading technical strategy and management in this area for the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). In this role, he works closely with industry organizations and companies involved in DSL, G.fast, GPON, Wireless, and Power over Ethernet technologies. His career with the UNH-IOL has lasted more then 15 years, with all of that time dedicated to broadband technologies and the testing of those systems. He also currently serves on the UNH-IOL Executive Committee, assisting with lab-wide technical and business strategies, working to ensure the UNH-IOL maintains its core values as the organization extends its experience to more than 30 technologies. He has extensive experience in the physical layer implementation of DSL systems, with a Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Within the Broadband Forum, Lincoln has served on the Board of Directors since 2014, and helped to lead the Physical Layer Transmission Work Area from 2007 through 2015. He currently serves as the leader for the VDSL2 Physical Layer Testing and FTTdp Management Interop and Testing Project Streams. His current work is largely focused around testing and interoperability of the G.fast and FTTdp technologies.