David Hartup

Research Highlights

  • Infrared Sensing from Space Based Platforms
  • High Bandwidth Satellite Communications
  • Linearization of GaN Solid State Power Amplifiers
  • Low Probability of Intercept, Low Probability of Detection (LPI/LPD) Communication Systems
  • Ultra-Low Bit Rate Image and Video Compression
Portrait of David Hartup

Visiting Assistant Professor

260K Garland Hall
513-529-4177
hartupd@MiamiOH.edu

Degrees

  • Ph.D.Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology—1991
  • M.S.—Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology—1983
  • B.S.Electrical Engineering, Purdue University—1982

Experience

  • Research Engineer L3 Nova Engineering and L3 Cincinnati Electronics
  • University of Cincinnati, Adjunct Faculty
  • Northrop Grumman Xetron Corporation, Internal Instructor
  • Indiana Institute of Technology, Adjunct Faculty
  • Indiana University/Purdue University Fort Wayne, Adjunct Faculty
  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Publications

  • D.C. Hartup, “Enhanced technologies for unattended ground sensor systems,” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7693, Unattended Ground, Sea, and Air Sensor Technologies and Applications XII, Edward M. Carapezza, Editor, May, 2010.
  • D.C. Hartup; M.E. Barr; P.M. Hirz; J. Kipp; T.A. Fishburn; E.S. Waller; B.A. Marks “USMC UGS technology advancements,” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6963, Unattended Ground, Sea, and Air Sensor Technologies and Applications X, Edward M. Carapezza, Editor, April, 2008
  • D.C. Hartup; K. Bobier; B.A. Marks; W.J. Dirr; R. Salisbury; A. Brown; B. Cairnduff, “A high performance imagery system for unattended ground sensor tactical deployments,” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6231, Unattended Ground, Sea, and Air Sensor Technologies and Applications VIII, Edward M. Carapezza, Editor, May, 2006.
  • J. MacLennan, B. Walburg, L. Nevins, and D. Hartup, “Adaptive link-layer intelligence for enhanced ad hoc networking,” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5778, Sensors and Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) Technologies for Homeland Security and Homeland Defense IV, Edward M. Carapezza, Editor, May, 2005.
  • D.C. Hartup; K. Bobier; J. Demmin, “Achieving miniature sensor systems via advanced packaging techniques,” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5796, Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies and Applications VII, Edward M. Carapezza, Editor, pp. 274-281, May, 2005.
  • D.C. Hartup, B.A. Marks, T.A. Fishburn, “Image transmission through sensor systems: theoretical and experimental results,” SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5796, Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies and Applications VII, Edward M. Carapezza, Editor, pp. 226-234, May, 2005.
  • D.C. Hartup, "Transmission of the USADR IBOC waveforms," 1998 NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference, Las Vegas, NV, April 5, 1998.
  • D.C. Hartup, D.M. Alley, and D.R. Goldston, "AM hybrid IBOC DAB system," IEEE 47th Annual Broadcast Symposium, Washington D.C., September 25-26, 1997.
  • D.C. Hartup and W.T. Rhodes, "Acousto-optic processor for carrier frequency and envelope modulation analysis," presented 4/92 and published in Advances in Optical Information Processing V, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 1704, Dennis Pape, Editor, April, 1992.
  • D.C. Hartup, "Emitter identification using optical processors," Ph.D. Dissertation, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 1991.
  • D.C. Hartup, "Emitter identification using optical processors," Final Report, Georgia Tech Research Institute Project E-904-022, 98 pages, 1991.
  • D.C. Hartup, W.T. Rhodes, H.F. Engler, and A.K. Garrison, "Channelized time- and space-integrating acousto-optic processor," Advances in Optical Information Processing IV, Proc. SPIE, Vol. 1296, pp. 172-180, April, 1990.
  • D.C. Hartup, "Digital optical computing as a means for implementing parallel processing," Georgia Tech Research Institute internal publication, Systems Engineering Laboratory, Concepts Analysis Division, 49 pages, Dec., 1987.
  • J. Green, P.D. West, D.C. Hartup, and D.J. Folds, "Consequences of individual differences in brain organization for human performance," Georgia Tech Research Institute report prepared for the U.S. Army Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Contract MDA903-86-K-0320, 119 pages, July 1987.

Patents

  • 6,570,943  Method for Equalization of Complementary Carriers in an AM Compatible Digital Audio Broadcast System
  • 6,480,536  Method and Apparatus for Demodulating and Equalizing an AM Compatible Digital Audio Broadcast Signal 
  • 6,452,977  Method and Apparatus for AM Compatible Digital Broadcasting
  • 6,295,317  Method and Apparatus for Demodulating and Equalizing an AM Compatible Digital Audio Broadcast Signal 
  • 6,292,511  Method for Equalization of Complementary Carriers in an AM Compatible Digital Audio Broadcast System
  • 5,956,373  AM Compatible Digital Audio Broadcasting Signal Transmission Using Digitally Modulated Orthogonal Noise-like Sequences
  • 5,281,907  Channelized Time-and Space-integrating Acousto-optical Processor