Founded in 2008 in Warner Robins, GA, Cesarano Technologies, LLC. is an electrical engineering contracting and consulting firm located in Portland, OR specializing in a broad range of products and services geared towards defense contracting, commercial, academic and non-profit customers nationwide. Our projects range from large to small scale design, development and implementation tasks, and boast an impressive range of prowess over a vast measure of technological disciplines.

Cesarano Technologies, LLc.'s chief areas of focus are hardware and software design, systems architecture and integration, software modeling of systems, circuits, and components, AutoCAD and Inventor system idealization and specification, and maintenance. We are familiar with all aspects of product/system life-cycles, and welcome projects from modest to massive.

Some accolades of note include:

  • IED detection and disarmament technology development utilizing wireless RF carriers in conjunction with the University of New Mexico and the White Sands Missile Range (WSMR)
  • RF MMIC design, fabrication and testing in conjunction with the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
  • RF component design and testing in conjunction with the National Radio Astronomy Laboratory (NRAO)
  • High-frequency solid-state device prototyping, design and fabrication in conjunction with Raytheon
  • Propagation models, link-budget analysis and system design in conjunction with L-3 Communications
  • Fully-integrated video, data, RADAR and RS-232/422 control over an encrypted fiber network in conjunction with the United States Air Force (USAF)
  • Link budget, optimization and soft (MATLAB) modeling of payload communication systems for terrestrial satellites and the Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS) in conjunction with NASA-Goddard
  • Commercial data network development with military-grade encryption in conjunction with numerous medical, legal and other commercial practices
  • "Smart" Light Armored Vehicle (LAV) prototyping (100% internal ethernet) in conjunction with General Dynamics

And many more...

Our labor is quoted on a per-project basis and can be provided and scaled to any reasonable time-frame and budget constraint. Please visit our Research and Design center to get an idea of some of our past projects and capabilities, or visit our affiliates page to familiarize yourself with some of our satisfied customers. 

Cesarano Technologies, LLC.
6600 SW Firlock Way
Suite 4
Portland, OR 97223

Phn: (571) 375-5499


Cesarano technologies develops secure database policies with Georgetown University.

October 2015
Cesarano Technologies Develops a Novel Non-Invasive Perimeter Biometric Imaging Technnology

August 2015
Cesarano Technologies Develops Non-Pseudo Random Number Generator Utilizing Quantum Noise Capable of Deployment on a Classical Computer

July 2015
Cesarano Technologies Develops a Novel Non-linear Analog Hashing Function

March 2015
Cesarano Technologies consults with Intellectual Property firm Kenealy Vaidyato provide legal consultation and technical insight.

February 2015
Cesarano Technologies employs CTI proprietary digital footprinting to trace, identify and Geolocate electronic Inrtuders in SoutEast U.S.

January 2014
Cesarano Technologies consults on next generation data parsing technology, anonymous client.

March 2013
Cesarano Technologies, LLC., Oliff & Berridge, PLC. celebrate partnership anniversary

October 2012
Patrick Cesarano passes the U.S. Patent Bar, registers to prosecute Patent Applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Reg. No. 70,613.

March 2012
Cesarano Technologies, Inc. partners with Oliff & Berridge, PLC as primary Science & Engineering Consult

February 2011
Cesarano Technologies, General Dynamics establish baseline LAV TCP/IP protocol requirements

May 2010
Cesarano Technologies, LLc., Invertix determine pathway towards IED detection future based on nonlinear front end chipset response

April 2009
Cesarano Technologies, LLC., MEI Technologies collaborate on next-gen NASA SATCOM optical links