Expert in Communications, Radar, Electromagnetics, Signal Processing, Antennas, Propagation, and System Design
Expert ID: 719449 Georgia, USA
Expert also consults in the areas of radar, electronic warfare and radio communications. He is knowledgeable of anti-jam (AJ) technology, receivers, tracking systems, waveform design, signal transmission & propagation, jamming, ECCM, cable communications, telephone transmission, power transmission, spoofing, low probability of intercept (LPI), detection, link analysis, SIGINT, COMINT, ELINT, ECM, phased arrays, modulation, information, radio, lightning, modems, microwave integrated circuits (MIC), integrated circuit antennas, electric fields, and electrostatics.
Expert's antenna experience includes the development of a near field antenna test chamber, conventional antenna measurements, phased arrays, and antenna tracking for telemetry, communications, radar, and electronic warfare applications. Many structures and frequency bands were considered. He designed novel antenna elecments and arrays. He also considered propagation through vegetation, multi-paction in space, and ionosphere proagation, quasi-optical situations, diffraction, multi-path scattering, etc.
Expert's C3I and radio communication experience covers the ELF, HF, VHF, and UHF bands as well as microwave frequencies between 1 and 60 GHz. Equipment platforms were ground based, ship borne, and airborne (includend Unmanned Airborne Vehicles). Satellite links were also involved. Many of the commmunication links were highly survivable and reliable. They operated in cover/LPI modes, resisted jamming and EMI, and withstood EMP and lightning. Sometimes, other equipments were used to communicate. The specialized link design interacted with mission planning, sensor development/interfacing, radio location, and data exploitation. Expert also helped companies meet FCC requirements. This experience was for both military and commercial applications.
Expert has lectured about the effects of electromagnetic fields on humans. He has lectured about safety procedures and standards. He designed EMI measuring chambers, TEM Cells and equipment. He analyzed and tested susceptibility of equipment to external and internal fields. He has corrected electrostatic discharge (ESD), radio frequesncy interference (RFI), and electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems. Expert has also analyzed and designed lightning and nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) protection. Some of the companies that this service was performed for include: GTE, Symbol Technologies, Sun Microsystems, PMI, Cuase, Martin Marietta, HoHoKus, Norhtrp, DAJEM and VitaTech.
Expert has extensive experience with all kinds of radar; this includes conventional and SAR airborn radar, shipboard, ground-based, ground-penetrating, terrain avoidance, altimeteres, fuses, ISAR, surface wave and over-the-horizon types. He pioneered the design and processing of radar warevforms and antennas to provided unconventional communications, target identification, multistatic and passive detection, low observable detection, and the detection of targets buried in clutter. In addition, he analyzed radar signatures to gather electronic intelligence (ELINT). He also developed tehcniques to jam/spoof and otherwise interfere with (conduse) radar (ECM) and countered these threats (ECCM).
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Atlanta, Georgia - Columbus, Georgia - Athens, Georgia - Macon, Georgia - Roswell, Georgia - Marietta, Georgia - Chattanooga, Tennessee
|Year: 1972||Degree: PhD||Subject: Electrical Engineering||Institution: New Jersey Institute of Technology|
|Year: 1963||Degree: MS||Subject: Physics||Institution: Polytechnic Institute of New York|
|Year: 1959||Degree: BEE||Subject: Electrical Engineering||Institution: City University of New York|
|Years: 1982 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: President and Founder||Department: Consulting and R&D||Responsibilities: Significantly helped more than 80 companies achieve their goals. Consulting activities resulted in winning proposals, innovative system and component designs, new products and systems, new analysis tools. This experience included mission planning, simulation, design and analysis of all types of communications, radar, reconnaissance and electronic warfare, and product development.|
|Years: 1994 to 1998||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: CEO||Department:||Responsibilities: Responsible for all operations of this small high technology R&D company. Activities included planning, team development, marketing, analysis, design, and hands on development. Used many computer tools and programs. Company's major emphasis was wireless communication, control and medical products. Also performed multipaction and other studies.|
|Years: 1981 to 1982||Employer: Raytheon||Title: Principal Engineer||Department: Jammers & Phased Arrays||Responsibilities: Proposal and project manager, responsible for defining and performing on R&D activities, signal processing algorithm definition, system modeling and simulation, antennas and propagation. Applied to all types of Radar, RF digital and analog communciations and telemetry, cable communications, anti-interference and anti-jamming, jamming, reconnaissance, and image exploitation.|
|Years: 1979 to 1981||Employer: Raytheon-Norden Systems Div||Title: Senior Staff Consultant||Department: Radar Systems & Jamming||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1976 to 1979||Employer: Northrop||Title: Senior Staff to Director of Systems Engineering; Reconnaissance, Communications, Avionics & MX||Department: Electronics Division||Responsibilities:|
|Years: 1970 to 1976||Employer: GTE||Title: Senior Member to Technical Staff||Department:||Responsibilities: Expert was involved with communications R&D, signal processing, EMP, and charge transfer applications.|
|Years: 1969 to 1970||Employer: RCA||Title: Senior Project Engineer||Department: Burlington, MA and Moorstown, NJ||Responsibilities: He worked on radar systems.|
|Years: 1967 to 1970||Employer: New Jersey Institute of Technology||Title: Research Fellow||Department:||Responsibilities: He conducted research on electromagnetic wave propagation under a National Science Foundation grant.|
|Associations / Societies|
|Expert is a Senior Member of IEEE, a former member of AOC (Association of Old Crows), AFCEA (Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association), and the LICA (Long Island Computer Association).|
|Licenses / Certifications|
|Expert has a PE License. In addition to his college degrees, he has additional training in management, negotiations, and new technologies from various companies and seminars.|
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|He has published and delivered several of his papers on electromagnetic wave propagation, communications of reconnaissance information, and electronics.|
|Training / Seminars|
|PE review course for Hofstra University and PERC Engineering and Mathematics courses for Biomedical Engineering MA Program at Touro. Developed new Radar and EW course curricula. Airborne Electronic Warfare seminars for Technology Training Corporation.|
| Expert has experience locating vendors in the following areas:
RF and microwave components, subsystems, and systems; radar; communications; electronic warfare; and radio navigation and location.
|Other Relevant Experience|
|Expert does both consulting in both the civilian and military arenas and holds the appropriate clearances to classified information in his field.|
Fields of Expertise
digital signal processing, electromagnetic pulse, electromagnetic radiation, radio frequency, electronic warfare, radio communication, radio communication electrical equipment, antenna, communication, electromagnetic field, electromagnetic interference, electrostatic discharge, radio-frequency interference, radar, radar system, ground-penetrating radar, high-frequency communication, radio navigation, monopulse radar, airborne radar, communications intelligence, signal intelligence, array, broadside radiation, modulation, passive radar, coherent radiation, indefinite integral, definite Riemann integral, high-resolution radar, microwave electronic equipment, electronic communication equipment, radio communication electronic equipment, application software, phase-locked loop, frequency modulation, FORTRAN programming language, complex-variable algebra, continuous wave radar, magnetic field theory, integrated-circuit antenna, automated covert-target identification, digital-to-analog conversion, data communication, infrared radiation energy, telecommunication, computer simulation, amplitude-modulation radio frequency, AM radio electrical equipment, electrical phenomenon, military system, transmission, microwave frequency, frequency, FM radio electrical equipment, electric field, warfare, electromagnetic noise, radio wave, maritime frequency, wave propagation, systems engineering, statistical data analysis, search radar, ranging, pulse radar, power line, physics, optical sensor, optical information processing, nuclear electromagnetic pulse, mobile radio system, microwave passive component, microwave communication, microwave antenna, mathematical model, linear algebra, lightning protection, Laplace transform, general wave theory, error-detecting code, electronics modeling, electronic countermeasure, electric filter, digital circuit, differential calculus, computer algorithm, avionics equipment