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Image Dr. Bishop earned his bachelor's (1990) and master's (1991) degrees in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  His three areas of specialization for his master's degree were Electromagnetics, Telecommunications, and Analog Design, and his advisor was Dr. Ed Joy.  For his research assistantship, he designed and built flat log-periodic dipole arrays (LPDA's).  From 1987 until 1995 he was employed at Phase IV Systems, Inc. in Huntsville Alabama.  Specifically, from 1992 until 1995 he worked at Redstone Arsenal at US Army Missile Command (USAMICOM) testing missile seekers in a variety of anechoic chambers.  From 1995 until 2000, Dr. Bishop attended Arizona State University and studied under Dr. James T. Aberle.  His PhD dissertation was entitled "Analysis of Arbitrarily-Shaped Radiators and Scatterers by a Partial-Domain Moment Method."  It was during this time that he obtained licensure as a Professional Electrical Engineering from the State of Arizona and co-founded Bishop & Bishop, Inc.  For Bishop & Bishop, Inc., he successfully applied for a US patent.  Since his graduation, he worked for Pemstar Pacific Consultants, Inc. (formerly Pacific Consultants, LLC) as a Senior RF Engineer.  In this capacity, he built and tested antennas for the Army's Land Warrior peer-to-peer communication system.  Currently, he resides in Southern California with his wife, child, and cat.  He is writing a reference book on graduate-level mathematics, and his current work involves multi-h continuous phase modulation.  His interests include modeling and analysis of antennas and scatterers, closed-loop simulation, and radar design and analysis.

 

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