Mr. Haendel was the Senior Technologist for Communications for the Advanced Technology Center at Rockwell Collins. He is a systems and RF engineer, and contributed to the development of TTNT, TCAS, ADS-B, SATCOM and In-Flight Network. Mr. Haendel designed receivers and transmitters operating in HF- through L-band. Mr. Haendel won awards from NASA LaRC for his role in the AGATE program, and from the Aviation Safety program for a ground-breaking demonstration that used SDARS satellites to transmit weather data to air transport aircraft in revenue service. Strong background in aircraft co-site interference analysis and resolution. He was an instructor at Collins in RF engineering and design.
Mr. Peterson is a retired Principal Systems Engineer with extensive experience in the mathematical analysis of communication and radar systems. One of three engineers who invented the Iridium System. Mr. Peterson has a strong background in mathematics and communication systems analysis with the ability to thrive in a team structure. Author or co-author of >60 patents and publications. Ken has lately been supporting the FAA's spectrum office in their analysis of interference of the Lightsquared broadband network with reception of the L1 GPS signal.
Dr. Dove is a member of the University of Iowa faculty in the department of Biomedical engineering. Research interests include hierarchical control theory as applied to physiological systems, nonlinear systems, medical imaging, and signal processing.