Mr. Howard Hausman received his BSEE & MSEE degrees from NYU/Tandon School of Engineering. He is currently President/CEO of RF Microwave Consulting Services specializing in designing and analyzing Satellite Communications Systems, Microwave Power Amplifiers, and Microwave Components and Systems. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University, teaching courses in RADAR and Remote Sensing, Communications, Electromagnetic Fields, Signal Analysis, and Circuit Theory.
Formerly Mr. Hausman was CTO and VP of Engineering, before being appointed President/CEO of MITEQ Inc., a world renown Satellite Communications and Microwave Engineering company with approximately $100 million in sales and 500 employees. At MITEQ he designed microwave systems and components for Satellite Communications, Space Systems, Radar and Reconnaissance systems. He was also Chief Engineer of MCL, a MITEQ subsidiary that designed Traveling Wave Tube Amplifiers for commercial and military Earth Stations.
Mr. Howard Hausman is a recipient of an NYU Distinguished Alumni Award, the IEEE LI Alex Gruenwald Award “For outstanding contributions to enhance the knowledge of the IEEE LI Section members in Satellite Communications and Microwave Theory”, and a NASA Award for work on the Mars Landing System. Mr. Hausman is currently the Chairman of the IEEE LI Communications Society and was selected to review research papers for the IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Conference. Mr. Hausman was awarded a patent “Measuring Satellite Linearity from Earth Using A Low Duty Cycle Pulsed Microwave Signal”.
He also authored a Microwave Engineering textbook “Microwave Power Amplifier Design with MMIC Modules” published by Artech House, Boston and London. Mr. Hausman has written many technical papers and lectured around the world on Satellite Communications, Microwave Power Amplifiers, and microwave systems.
Mr. Hausman has been a member of the Continuing Education Institute-Europe Faculty since 2021.
Course 801 RF/Microwave Sub-System and SSPA Design using Integrated Modules (MMICs)