EDWARD C. NIEHENKE, Ph.D., PE, Lecturer & President of Niehenke Consulting
Dr. Niehenke has pioneered the development of state-of-the-art RF, microwave, and millimeter wave components at Westinghouse/Northrop Grumman. Circuits include low noise amplifiers, low noise oscillators, mixers, frequency multipliers, power amplifiers, phase shifters, limiters, low-noise fiber optical links, and miniature integrated assemblies and subsystems. He previously worked in cryogenic electronics research at Martin-Marietta. Since 1983 he has been actively teaching linear, nonlinear, power amplifier, and transceiver circuit design for wireless communications to over 3000 professionals throughout the world for Besser Associates and the Continuing Education of Europe. He has given over 120 presentations at symposia, workshops, IEEE chapter/section meetings, and keynote addresses at conferences. He holds nine patents, one George Westinghouse Innovation Award, and has authored over 30 papers on RF, microwave, and millimeter wave circuits. Dr. Niehenke is a member of Microwave and Millimeter Wave Integrated Circuits, Microwave Systems, and Wireless Communications MTT-S Technical Committees and is a fellow of the IEEE.