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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President Engineering, Chief Technical Officer

Hughes Electronics Corporation

Affiliations

Board Member
MAITI institutions

Member
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Education

Bachelor of Science degree

electrical engineering

University of South Carolina

Web References (21 Total References)


Dan ...

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Dan Fraley

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Dan Fraley,Senior Vice President, Defense Systems Division and Advanced Development.Dan Fraley has been our Senior Vice President, Defense Systems Division and Advanced Development since 1990.In support of this role, Mr. Fraley's overall management responsibilities include leading the Advanced Development group and the newly formed Government Systems Division.Mr. Fraley joined us in 1977 and has progressed through
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increasing levels of management responsibility within the engineering organization.From 1990 to 2004, Mr. Fraley was responsible for all of the engineering organization.Mr. Fraley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Carolina.He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), co-inventor on several patents and a published author on microwave antenna measurements.


Dan ...

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Dan Fraley

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Dan Fraley,Senior Vice President, Defense Systems Division and Advanced Development.Dan Fraley has been our Senior Vice President, Defense Systems Division and Advanced Development since 1990.In support of this role, Mr. Fraley's overall management responsibilities include leading the Advanced Development group and the newly formed Government Systems Division.Mr. Fraley joined us in 1977 and has progressed through
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increasing levels of management responsibility within the engineering organization.From 1990 to 2004, Mr. Fraley was responsible for all of the engineering organization.Mr. Fraley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Carolina.He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), co-inventor on several patents and a published author on microwave antenna measurements.


Wireless comms: change is in the air

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Dan Fraley Jr., chief technology officer at Hughes Network Systems, said spot-beam technology "can ultimately be deployed down to the smallest tactical level and mounted on tanks, Humvees and other vehicles."

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"Small-aperture antennas fully support spot-beam technology," said Dan Fraley Jr., chief technology officer at Hughes Network Systems, a provider of commercial satellite services.


Army Exploring New Ways to Beam Streaming Video to Fast-Moving Troops

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Daniel Fraley, senior vice president engineering, chief technical officer at Hughes Network Systems, said ensuring that the antenna placed on a vehicle is inconspicuous is crucial. "The guy in the field who has got the antenna, he doesn't want to be noticed …[That] is very important for the Defense Department."

An antenna capable of two-way communications with a spacecraft in geo-synchronous orbit 22,000 miles above Earth can only get so small, Fraley pointed out. And such communication systems will be reserved for officers.
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Fraley said, "The trick with mobility is to have very good signal processing capability … so you can realize the smallest antenna size possible."
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Some vendors are offering flat-panel antennas, but there can be problems with connectivity when the truck dips below the line of sight, Fraley said.
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Hughes has a global system of satellites it either owns or can use in partnerships with other companies to provide the service, said Fraley. Hughes, after selling its satellite manufacturing business to Boeing in 2000, concentrated on providing commercial services such as satellite television and Internet connections to consumers. It is now marketing similar services to the Defense Department.
"We really didn't have to do much to our commercial product to make it fully capable to support that particular mode of operation," Fraley said. Hughes has undergone a series of operational tests to show the Defense Department it can provide satcom on the move today, he said. It is also pursuing business in the domestic market for first responders and the Coast Guard.
With a top-of-the-line antenna, and using Ka-band transponders, a terminal could receive 6 to 7 megabytes per second of data, and transmit back to the satellite 1 megabyte, he said.
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"What's important about that is how fast you regain coverage once you get unblocked," said Fraley. "It's important that you ride through that and maintain your connection to the satellite and the IP contacts."
"The user experience can be very disappointing if you don't recover from those kinds of things quickly," he added


Army Exploring New Ways to Beam Streaming Video to Fast-Moving Troops

www.nationaldefensemagazine.org [cached]

Daniel Fraley, senior vice president engineering, chief technical officer at Hughes Network Systems, said ensuring that the antenna placed on a vehicle is inconspicuous is crucial. "The guy in the field who has got the antenna, he doesn't want to be noticed …[That] is very important for the Defense Department."

An antenna capable of two-way communications with a spacecraft in geo-synchronous orbit 22,000 miles above Earth can only get so small, Fraley pointed out. And such communication systems will be reserved for officers.
...
Fraley said, "The trick with mobility is to have very good signal processing capability … so you can realize the smallest antenna size possible."
...
Some vendors are offering flat-panel antennas, but there can be problems with connectivity when the truck dips below the line of sight, Fraley said.
...
Hughes has a global system of satellites it either owns or can use in partnerships with other companies to provide the service, said Fraley. Hughes, after selling its satellite manufacturing business to Boeing in 2000, concentrated on providing commercial services such as satellite television and Internet connections to consumers. It is now marketing similar services to the Defense Department.
"We really didn't have to do much to our commercial product to make it fully capable to support that particular mode of operation," Fraley said. Hughes has undergone a series of operational tests to show the Defense Department it can provide satcom on the move today, he said. It is also pursuing business in the domestic market for first responders and the Coast Guard.
With a top-of-the-line antenna, and using Ka-band transponders, a terminal could receive 6 to 7 megabytes per second of data, and transmit back to the satellite 1 megabyte, he said.
...
"What's important about that is how fast you regain coverage once you get unblocked," said Fraley. "It's important that you ride through that and maintain your connection to the satellite and the IP contacts."
"The user experience can be very disappointing if you don't recover from those kinds of things quickly," he added.

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