OUR TEAM

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Alex Berezhnoy, B.Eng.

In addition to his roles as President and CEO of Linkwave, Alex is involved in and overlooks many aspects of DAS projects: development, design, approvals, installation, commissioning, and optimization. This is how we define commitment to quality at Linkwave.

One of the notable assignments led by Alex was the RF design and management of the TD towers project. This was part of a contract commitment for Bell Mobility— six high rise towers in downtown Toronto. In his role, Alex was responsible for the commissioning and optimization of multi-technology, multi-sector, multi-carrier cellular systems totaling 24 HSPA and LTE sectors.

During his assignment with Bell Mobility, Alex played the role of an RF Lead in design on projects with the Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, and Union Station—to name a few. The project's involvement branched out to optimization aspects of in-building systems.
 

Before founding Linkwave, Alex was the lead of national in-building systems development at Wind Mobile Canada (currently Freedom Mobile). He was responsible for the design, projects coordination and management, budget planning, equipment and vendor selection, and testing.

 

During his contract with Wind, Alex installed and commissioned numerous systems, including multiple sites in The Toronto Path (e.g. Metro Hall, Exchange Tower, Commerce Court, TD Centre).

              

Alex has a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from Ryerson University.

Castor Waye, P.Eng.

Castor has been in the telecommunications industry for over fifteen years. Now to be working at Linkwave as Vice President.

He has extensive experience with Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), which provide cellular coverage for indoor venues.  He has been involved with all aspects of these large projects, including the design, commissioning, benchmarking, and project management. Some of his major projects include the Calgary International Airport, the Darlington Nuclear Power Plant, and Square One Shopping Centre.

In addition to in-building cellular systems, Castor has worked in the design and implementation of public safety and private radio systems in the tunnel and mine communications systems. These systems offered users 2-way radio communications, video, internet connectivity, and cellular services. Customers included major mining companies: Inco, Barrick Gold, BHP Billiton, Goldcorp, etc.; Transit Corporations: Madrid Metro, Mexico City Metro, etc.; Utilities Corporations: Ontario Hydro, National Grid PLC (UK), etc.

He is currently a partner at Linkwave Wireless Solutions, providing services to carriers and private businesses.