Maroun has over 25 years of experience in telecommunications, radio monitoring and direction-finding systems where he has participated in many projects in Canada and internationally. He designed the architecture of a netted Direction-Finding system in Quebec City for the summit of the Americas 2000, managed projects in Myanmar, South Africa, Georgia, Lesotho, Ivory Coast, Armenia, Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, Indonesia, and other countries.
Currently, Maroun is developing tools and methodologies to perform spectrum audits, utilizing high speed scanning tool and processing software. He has assisted several developing countries in establishing spectrum-monitoring networks and studied the integration of existing monitoring instruments into automated monitoring systems.
With Industry Canada, Maroun defined the operator’s interaction with remote radio frequency direction finding system, implemented an enhanced algorithm for triangulation over digital maps and provided inputs on implementing new transportable monitoring systems in rural areas.
Internationally, Maroun studied the requirements for spectrum monitoring technologies, studied the suitability of monitoring sites, directed spectrum audits in congested areas and provided detailed reports on the load level and its distribution over time. For Lesotho Communication Authority, Maroun was involved in conducting the interference analysis.