Shively Labs appointed Manuel Sone as RF engineering manager with overall responsibility for Shively’s design and development team.
At Dielectric Communications he was senior electrical engineer, overseeing design, manufacturing and testing of VHF and UHF high-power digital broadcast antennas and components. He was also responsible for the planning, evaluation, documentation and development of radio frequency hybrids and power dividers. Earlier in his career he worked for Electronic Research Inc.
The manufacturer also promoted Adam Jones, P.E., a mechanical engineering manager, to director of manufacturing for both Shively and parent Howell Laboratories.
And joining the company in a production management capacity is Ginna Jones, formerly of Myat Inc.’s Filter Division, where she was responsible for production planning and purchasing.