Steven W. Ellingson
Office: 443 Durham Hall
Mail / Shipping:
432 Durham Hall (0350)
Blacksburg, VA 24061
What I Do
I am interested in antennas & propagation, applied signal processing, and RF instrumentation. My work on instrumentation includes antennas, RF electronics, digital signal processing, and software for systems with unusual or extreme requirements.
I work on various aspects of radio communications, radar, and radio science.
I also work on instrumentation and techniques for radio astronomy, most recently in the development of meter- and cm-wavelength observing systems and their application in cosmology, pulsars, and astrophysical transients.
I advise students in the "Electromagnetics" and "Communications" areas of our department.
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University
M.S., Electrical Engineering, The Ohio State University
B.S., Electrical & Computer Engineering, Clarkson University
||The Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory|
|Senior Systems Engineer
||Engineering Research Associates, which was subsumed into E-Systems, then Raytheon|
||Booz-Allen & Hamilton|
||U.S. Army, active duty (various positions in a tactical signal battalion)|
A complete list is available here.
Here are books I've written:
RF Get Down