Logan Scott



Systems/Signal Processing Expert providing innovative approaches and solutions to building advanced RF systems including GPS, RFID, Navigation, Communications, Radar, and Emitter Location Systems.  Equipped with an extensive knowledge of signal processing techniques, and, a firm grounding in hardware/software design options; will perform architectural trade-offs and definitions as well as a provide leadership role in performance analysis and simulation efforts. 

In recent years Logan has been developing advanced signal architectures for NTS-3 and a LEO system for University of Colorado. Extensive experience in proposal and technical writing as well as public speaking and as an expert witness. Logan is a Fellow of the Institute of Navigation and a Senior Member of the IEEE. In 2018 he received the GPS World Signals award and in 2022 was given the Capt. P.V.H. Weems award for contributions to the navigation arts. Logan is a member of the President's National PNT Advisory Board (PNT AB) and holds 46 U.S. patents with several pending. 


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