David Mason brings over 25 years of advanced electronic engineering experience to UAPx. As a prolific inventor, he tirelessly creates specialized equipment for finding, recording, and analyzing SIGINT and ELINT impulses. In addition, David works diligently in developing and re-designing in-house thermal imaging cameras, oscilloscope, and spectrum analyzer designs, Digital Signal Processors (DSP), Radio Frequency Technology (RFT), YIG Tracking Oscillator (YTO), and Traveling-Wave Tube (TWT) technologies for use by the Expedition Team.
One of his inventions provides UAPx with the unique ability to convert modulated light into sound or analog signals. In addition, this invention allows for creating a database of standardized acoustic signatures for any light-emitting object. This device enables the continuous cataloging of acoustic signatures to identify aerial objects that may not be immediately recognizable.
Additionally, his inventions bring a truly unique ability to the entire UAPx team to be the only known civilian organization capable of relaying modulated light back to the source. This ability is looked at as having the ability to result in a first contact through lightwave communication.
David has other UAP detection/communication devices designed and prototyped and new devices that are under development that the expedition team will utilize. UAPx Expedition Teams benefit tremendously from the unique equipment David develops, which has never before been employed in the search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. Through David’s tireless innovation and constant creation of new and unique methods of measuring technosignatures, UAPx is, and shall forever be, on the cutting edge of technology in this endeavor, operating equipment purpose-built and not even used by the U.S. Government.
David volunteers at a learning institute where he provides technical maintenance, calibration, and operation of their astronomical observatory and provides technical advice and astronomy support with their students. In addition, he spends copious amounts of time volunteering with astronomical societies, where he offers public outreach education in astronomy.