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Peter Delos Presenter
Peter Delos ,
Technical Lead, Aerospace and Defense Applications Group

Digital Beamforming Techniques for Phased Array Systems

This webcast is an overview of current challenges and solutions for Digital Beamforming Phased Array applications. The major phased array subsystems will be reviewed and architecture tradeoff options will be discussed.
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Peter Delos is a technical lead at Analog Devices, Inc., in the Aerospace and Defense Group. He received his B.S.E.E. from Virginia Tech in 1990 and M.S.E.E. from NJIT in 2004. He worked in the Naval Nuclear Power program from 1990 to 1997. This work included completion of the Naval Nuclear Power School Officer’s Program, and work as an instructor in a Naval submarine facility and as a lead electrical field engineer on the Seawolf class Submarines in Groton, CT.

In 1997, he accepted a position with Lockheed Martin in Moorestown, NJ, and began a prolific career developing receivers/exciters and synthesizers for multiple radar and EW programs. This experience encompassed architecture definition, detailed design, rapid prototypes, manufacturing coverage, field installations, and coordination among many engineering disciplines. This work led the migration of phased array receiver/exciter electronics from centralized architectures to on-array digital beamforming systems.

In 2016, he accepted a position with Analog Devices in Greensboro, NC. He has nearly 20 years of experience in RF systems designing at the architecture level, PWB level, and IC level.