Originally licensed as WN2LGJ in 1963. Calls held include WB2LGJ, WB3AYR, and G5EMU. Extra class licensee since 1980. Trustee of the Temple University Amateur Radio Club K3TU. Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Temple University, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in digital signal processing, digital data communications, system-on-chip and advanced processor computer systems.
K3DS station: Kenwood TS-2000, Mosley TA33, Alpha-Delta DX-A twin sloper, Kenwood TM-742A.
Supervised undergraduate ECE senior design projects using amateur radio: satellite antenna tracking (1987), doppler shift correction (1988), WEFAX (1989), binary frequency shift keying (1990-91), direct sequence and frequency hopping spread spectrum (1995-98) software defined radios (1999-2001), digital voice (2002-2003), "Mars Rover" (2004), software defined radio modem (2009). See the TUARC K3TU website www.temple.edu/K3TU.
Technical committee chair and trustee of the Mid-Atlantic Amateur Radio Club WB3JOE repeater system: 145.13 + 147.06 + 147.36 + 224.42 + 224.8 + 444.05 + 445.675
Life member of the ARRL. Former Technical Coordinator (1992-1998) and now Technical Specialist (2002- ) of the Eastern Pennsylania Section of the ARRL . Former Assistant Director of the Atlantic Division of the ARRL (1998-2002). Recipient of the 2001 ARRL Atlantic Division Technical Achievement Award. Life Senior Member of the IEEE.
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