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Carl Hawes

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Associate Program Engineer
McFarland Avionics Building 115

Carl Hawes is involved with design, implementation, application, and processing of multiple landing, navigation, and communication systems. Some of the systems are in Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), GPS Local Area Augmentation System (LAAS), VHF Data Broadcast (VDB) research, and Distance Measuring Equipment (DME). Hawes is a consultant for the FAA program office concerning DME systems, system safety of various ground based landing systems (DME, ILS, VOR), and specification/requirements development throughout the National Airspace System (NAS).

All Degrees Earned: B.S., Electrical Engineering

Conference Proceeding (1)

  • Hawes, C., DiBenedetto, M. (2001). The Local Area Augmentation System: An Airport Surveillance Application Supporting the FAA Runway Incursion Reduction Program Demonstration at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Daytona Beach, FL: 20th Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC).

Technical Report (2)

  • Hawes, C., DiBenedetto, M. (2005). Distance Measuring Equipment Interrogation-rate Measurement System Development and Verification. Athens, OH: OU/AEC 05-02TM00071/3.4-2, Avionics Engineering Center, Ohio University.
  • DiBenedetto, M., Hawes, C. (2002). A Comparison of Low Power Distance Measuring Equipment Performance Requirements Contained in RFO DTFA01-02-R-LPDME and FAA-E-2444a. Athens, OH: Technical Memorandum OU/AEC 02-20TM00071/1.2-1, Avionics Engineering Center, Ohio University.