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Christopher Curtis

Research Scientist

My research work is focused on signal processing improvements for the NEXRAD network of dual polarization Doppler weather radars and phased array technology associated with the MPAR (Multi-function Phased Array Radar) and SENSR (Spectrum Efficient National Surveillance Radar) programs. This includes research on range oversampling processing, adaptive beamforming, beam multiplexing, and radar interference.


PhD in Engineering, The University of Oklahoma, 2009


Radar Engineer, Plano, TX

Research Team(s):

Advanced Radar Techniques