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Modern Antenna and Electromagnetic Measurements: Half-Day LIVE & IN-PERSON Workshop
September 13 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join us for a complimentary lunch sponsored by SteppIR and Advanced Test Equipment Corp (ATEC). Following lunch, attendees will hear FOUR experts present on modern antenna and electromagnetic measurements to boost your test efficiency, reliability, and repeatibility. In addition to the two presentations shown below, this half-day event also features speakers Zhong Chen with ETS-Lindgren and Dennis Lewis with Boeing. Mr. Chen will present “Site VSWR for Anechoic Chamber Performance Evaluation – Past, Present, and Future” Mr. Lewis will present “Complex Cavity Measurement Techniques for the Assessment of Aircraft Electromagnetic Environments” Following the presentations, Dr. Kent will present a Private Lecture at the Museum of Flight on a few key US aircraft spanning 1935-1960, many of which involved game changing technologies for their day. Within time constraints, we’ll visit some key fighters (P-38, P-51, F-14 Tomcat) and bombers (B-17, B-29, B-47) as well as the SR-71, which fielded the first stealthy technologies. Did you know for instance that the B-29 was so advanced it had over 100 separate patents including the first airborne analog computer system! Did you also know that the re-engined B-50 Superfortress became Lucky Lady II, the first aircraft to fly around the world non-stop, during a 94-hour flight in 1949? Learn about the fascinating story behind these engineering marvels from an aeronautical expert and noted storyteller, Dr. Brian Kent. Wear comfortable walking shoes! Workshop attendees are free to attend this group tour OR visit any of the open exhibits on your own at the Museum of Flight until the 5:00 pm closing time. Access to the Museum of Flight is provided at no charge to all registered workshop attendees who are wearing the museum wristband provided upon arrival. VIEW THE REGISTRATION PAGE FOR ALL PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS AND SPEAKER BIOS WARNING: Potential Health Risks The Museum of Flight Foundation (the “Museum”) and the IEEE EMC Chapters are taking steps to protect the health of attendees at this Event on Sept 13, 2021. Notwithstanding these efforts, the Museum and IEEE EMC Chapters cannot give assurances to attendees at the Event that no attendee will contract Covid-19 or any other illness as a result of attending the Event. Please understand that by attending the Event, you are willingly taking a risk to your health, including the risk of possible exposure to Covid-19 or another virus or illness. Note Covid protocols will be followed, including generously spaced classroom seating. Proof of vaccination or face mask is required. Attendance is strictly limited so register early to secure your space. Speaker(s): Dr. Brian Kent, Dr. Randy Jost Agenda: All times are Pacific Daylight Time 12:00 pm Check-in and Complimentary Buffet Lunch 12:45 pm Welcome and Announcements – Mr. Dennis Lewis, Technical Fellow, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA; Chair, IEEE EMC Society Seattle Chapter 12:50 pm KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Return-to-Flight Electromagnetic Measurements – The NASA Shuttle Ascent Debris Radar System – Dr. Brian M. Kent, Chief Scientist, Applied Electromagnetics Division, Applied Research Associates 1:50 pm Site VSWR for Anechoic Chamber Performance Evaluation – Past, Present, and Future – Mr. Zhong Chen, Director of RF Engineering, ETS-Lindgren, Cedar Park, TX 2:30 pm REFRESHMENT BREAK 2:50 pm Complex Cavity Measurement Techniques for the Assessment of Aircraft Electromagnetic Environments – Mr. Dennis Lewis, Technical Fellow, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA; Chair, IEEE EMC Society Seattle Chapter 3:20 pm Protection of Aerospace Systems from Lightning (and other Electromagnetic Threats): An Overview – Dr. Randy J. Jost, Consultant, Hyde Park, UT 4:00 pm Museum of Flight Special Tour with Dr. Brian Kent 5:00 pm Wrap Up/Final Comments Room: Skyline Room, 2nd Floor, The Museum of Flight Seattle , 9400 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, Washington, United States, 98108