Aaron A. Wilson has been employed by the Avionics Engineering Center since 1995. As an Associate Program Engineer, Aaron has a background with the Microwave Landing System (MLS) critical areas for the azimuth and elevation antennas, MLS mathematical modeling, and data reduction and analysis of output of the MLS mathematical model. Aaron also has background involving RF issues with the Global Positioning System (GPS) Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS) VHF Data Broadcast (VDB), and the Instrument Landing System (ILS). His current duties involve budgeting, planning and preparing for ILS field missions.
Aside from his duties with the Center, Aaron is currently enrolled in the Electrical Engineering Ph.D. program at Ohio University. Aaron obtained his Master's in Electrical Engineering from Ohio University in 1999. Aaron's additional academic degrees are: B.S.E.E. from Ohio University; AAS EET, and AAS ELT degrees from Washington State Community College.