Guy Campbell departs Ericsson, Lynchburg, VA, as vice president, wireless business systems, to join Andrew, Orland Park, IL, as group president, wireless products and distributed communications systems.
Robert Perelman leaves Eupen Cable USA, St. Petersburg, FL, as vice president, sales, to rejoin Times Microwave, Wallingford, CT, as vice president, commercial sales and marketing.
Changes at Tru-Connector, Peabody, MA: Robert F. Hoff, vice president sales and engineering, retires after 40 years at Tru-Connector. Douglas E. Snader, sales manager, succeeds Hoff as vice president of sales and engineering.
Francois Robitaille, director of international marketing and sales at Davicom Technologies, Trois-Rivieres-Ouest, Quebec, Canada, advances to vice president, marketing and sales.
Personal Communications Industry Association (PCIA), Alexandria, VA, award recipients: Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-LA), chairman of the House Telecommunications Subcommittee, receives the Lifetime Achievement Award. Thomas Tycz, chief of the FCC International Bureau’s Satellite and Radiocommunications Division, receives the Eugene C. Bowler Award.
Ian Shergold, managing director of Huber+Suhner AB in Sweden, moves to senior vice president of Huber+Suhner, Essex Jct, VT. Shergold succeeds Les Judd who transfers to start Huber+Suhner Integrations in Phoenix.
Changes at Trilogy Communications, Pearl, MS: Bruce Carlson, director of the network product division and engineering, advances to vice president of the division. Gary Cohen leaves BNOX as director of finance and administration to join Trilogy as vice president of finance. James J. Bottomley departs Wavetek Wandel & Golterman, Research Triangle, PA, as director of sales to join Trilogy as national sales manager of wireless network products. Stanley A. Nevers leaves Motorola as a national account sales manager based in Atlanta to join Trilogy as eastern regional sales manager of network products. Jim Oldham exits Sprint North Supply, New Century, KS, as executive account manager to join Trilogy as vice president of domestic sales for its CATV products division.
Dale Sydnor, Noise Com’s chairman, moves up to vice president of Eatontown, NJ-based Telecom Analysis Systems’ new product development and support facility in Mahweh, NJ. He joins TAS as a result of the acquisition of Noise Com by TAS.