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Jonny Andersen


Jonny Andersen
Professor Emeritus
Electronic Circuits & Filters
M334 EE/CSE
Box 352500
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: (206) 543-8847
E-mail: andersen@ee.washington.edu

M.I.T. 1965 Ph.D.
M.I.T. 1962 M.S.
University of Colorado 1960 B.S.E.E.


Honors

Invited Research Scientist to the Maison Des Scientist De L'Hommes in Paris, France
TV Shares Management Award for Excellence in Teaching at MIT
Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship from MIT
WRG Baker Prize Award for best paper in any IEEE publication

Research Interests

Development of algorithms for electronic network synthesis, with special emphasis on procedures which exploit recent advances in computer hardware and software science. Areas of interest include symbolic manipulations of network functions, new numeric analysis techniques and algorithms for topological network synthesis, and a novel procedures for designing practical coupling networks that allows broadband power delivery to multiport loads, such as antenna arrays.

Selected Publications

"Linear Phase Analog Filter Design with Arbitrary Stopband Zeros," IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems," (with Douglas Huard and Robert Hove) May 1992

"Synthesis of Compatible Impedances Using Semi-Uniformly Lossy Two-Port Coupling Networks," IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, May 1992.

"Harmonic Power Evaluation into Lossy Reactive Loads of Semi-Uniformly Lossy Power Systems," (with Yu-Ti Hsiao and Chin-E Lin), Electric Power Systems Research Journal, Vol. 23, Issue 1, 1992.

"Estimation of Energy Distributions in Generalized Multi-Element-Kind Systems," (with Yu-Ti Hsiao), the 1991 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, June 1991.

"Harmonic Power Analysis in Lossy Power Systems," (with Yu-Ti Hsiao), AMSE International Conference on Signals and Systems, July 1991.

Books

"Two New Classes of Three-Element-Kind Networks," Part II of Aspects of Network and Systems Theory, (R.E. Kalman and N. De Claris, ed.), Holt, Rinehart; and Winston, Inc., 1971.

Recent Graduate Students

Simon Wu, "Circuit Design Issues of System on a Chip", 2000

Mark Bushbeck, in progress, 2001

Rex Jacobowitz, Computer Science, in progress, 1999

Herman Buchanan, "Reduction of Phased Array Scan Angle Depedence through Broadband Matching", 1999

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