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Banes, Anthony Vincent

Aerospace Engineering Program Lecturer
Department of Aerospace Engineering
3179 Martin Hall
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Course 

ENAE380 Introduction of Embedded Flight Software Systems

Education 

  • Masters of Science Business Administration, Troy University
  • B.S., Mathematics, Baylor University

Industry Experience

  • Electronic Warfare: Worked on a tactical electronic warfare system used to locate enemy surface-to-air missile (SAM) sites during the Vietnam War.  This effort covered the entire life cycle from initial design to the final operation deployment.
  • GPS receiver design:  Worked on various GPS receiver designs for both military and space applications.
  • Voice Switching Control Systems:  Build the realtime operating system used for the FAA voice system used to communicate between the airport control towers and the aircraft.
  • Spacecraft Software Testing:  Developed scenarios used to test spacecraft GNC subsystems.
  • Embedded processor for spacecraft environments:  Designed the Command and Data Handler for the NASA/ESA Mars Rover MOMA instrument suite.

Selected Publications 

  • “Simulating a Repeatable Pseudo Random Pulse Train”; ELECTRONICS INTERNATIONAL; September 8, 1982
  • “Audio Frequency Analyzer”; BYTE, January 1985.
  • “Data Smoothing Using a Kalman Filter”; Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities; October 1985