People

KEVIN T. FISHER
President
kevin@smithandfisher.com

Kevin Fisher joined the consulting firm of Smith and Powstenko on November 9, 1981, as an associate engineer. In 1995, he became a partner and the firm’s name officially changed to Smith and Fisher. In 2009, the company incorporated and Kevin became its president. In the past 28 years, Kevin has helped countless numbers of broadcast clients, both large and small, achieve their goals and has filed for and received authorizations for hundreds of radio and television licenses. Using forensic engineering techniques, he has solved interference issues, increased station coverage and discovered new spectrum for his clients. Each challenge is met with enthusiasm, integrity and an ability to find solutions from unique perspectives. In 1996, the firm added power density measurements to its array of options for clients and Kevin has conducted dozens of such studies in order to help stations and building owners comply with FCC and OSHA RFR human exposure standards. Kevin is a member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers and an associate member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He actively participated in various Advisory Committees for the FCC and his qualifications as an expert in his field are a matter of record before the Federal Communications Commission.

KYLE T. FISHER
Senior Engineer
kyle@smithandfisher.com

Kyle Fisher joined the consulting firm of Smith and Fisher in March of 2008, as an associate engineer. He graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University in December of 2005. His previous work experience includes holding a mechanical engineering position with the Army Test and Evaluation command in Alexandria, Virginia. Additionally, he worked as a mechanical design engineer for Commonwealth Technology, INC. also in Alexandria, VA. He has produced numerous applications for a variety of Smith and Fisher’s clients around the United States. He has performed a number of power density measurements at various transmitter sites and rooftops. Kyle is a member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers and an associate member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He is currently working towards his Master of Business Administration degree from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Kyle holds a Department of Defense Top Secret Security Clearance.