Steve A. Barton, senior research engineer in Georgia Tech Research Institute's Electronic Systems Laboratory, earned his B.E.E. in 1993 and his M.S.E.E. in 1996 from Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a specialist in airborne RF electronic warfare systems and techniques and researches in the development of ECM techniques against long-range, coherent threats, and the investigation of terminal defensive maneuvers that are synergistic with an aircraft's self protection systems.
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