Fotios Sotiropoulos

President & one of the Founders of Odyssia Global communication

He oversees the marketing strategies of Odyssia Global Communications (OGC) focusing on the emerging technologies to be introduced to OGC’s clients, as well as managing the RF-DAS team dealing with  the RF design and optimization of macro and micro (in-building –DAS) systems.


  • Licensed Professional Engineer NY State
  • MS in electrical Engineering (MS-EE)
  • The City College of the City University of NY (CUNY) 1994
  • Bachelors in Electrical Engineering (BS-EE)
  • The City College of the City University of NY (CUNY) 1992
  • Ph.D candidate: focused in utilizing the LTE technology in Smart Power Grids

Professional Experience

Odyssia Global Communications 1997- today


A. Wireless communication project for the following clients: i) Sprint PCS ii) AT&T Wireless. iii) Verizon  wireless Communications, and Metro PCS.
1997 - until today. Designing and Supervising the installation of several Base Transmission Station (BTS) for the wireless - PCS Networks of the above mentioned clients in the New York Metropolitan Area.
Some of the technologies under his immediate supervision for both macro an micro (in building DAS )RF design and optimization  includes:  LTE, WCDMA, iDEN, Cellular, PCS, GSM,  802.11x (WiFi),  Public Safety.
For the in building DAS turn-key solution  the RF design and optimization tool of iBwave is used where he has the three offered certifications by iBwave LEVEL 1: iBwave design and network planning, LEVEL 2: propagation, data collection and optimization and LEVEL 3: MIMO antenna systems, 802.11x (WiFi), COMPLEX VENUEs (stadiums, airports shopping centers  and subways) and capacity planning.

B. Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System
Design and build a Communication and control system for sixteen new train stations between Hoboken, Jersey City, and Bayonne for Raytheon/NJ Transit, November 1998 –2001.

Lucent Technologies - Bell Laboratories, Whippany, NJ 1995 - 1997

Member of Technical Staff of the Emerging CDMA Technologies Group.    Migration studies from the analog to digital-CDMA wireless communication technology in various USA and abroad cities.

LCC Wireless Consulting, Arlington, Virginia, 1994 – 1995

Working in the CDMA - R.F. Engineering Group assisting several wireless carriers throughout the world to migrate from the analog to digital CDMA technology.

Mini Circuit Laboratories, Brooklyn, NY.  1994

Quality Control Department, testing of RF components.


  • iBwave certified for Level 1, 2 and 3 DAS design and optimization
  • WiFi Design and support of Lucent equipment
  • RF design and support of Mobile Access equipment

IEEE member since 1992