Howard Hausman, President/CEO
Howard Hausman received his BSEE and MSEE degrees from Polytechnic University now part of New York University and is President/CEO of RF Microwave Consulting Services Inc, an engineering consulting company that provides Engineering Design & Analysis for the RF & Microwave Systems, Satellite Communications, RADAR, Electronic Warfare industries. He also does Corporate Consulting and Proposal Assistance. Formerly Mr. Hausman was Presdient / CEO of MITEQ, Inc., Hauppauge, NY. MITEQ, Inc., a microwave engineering company with over 500 employees. The company designed products for ground based satellite communications systems, space borne microwave systems, Radar systems, Reconnaissance systems, commercial aircraft WiFi systems, and various microwave products for defense electronics . Howard Hausman directed the four engineering divisions of the corporation, Microwave Electronic Components and Systems, Microwave Amplifiers, Satellite Communication Systems, and Special Projects as well as corporate finances, corporate services, quality assurance, operations and marketing.
During his career, Howard Hausman served as Chief Technology Officer, Vice President of Engineering, and other related titles, before being appointed President/CEO of MITEQ, Inc. As an engineer he has designed microwave systems and components for satellite communications, Radar and reconnaissance systems that include receivers, transmitters, and synthesizers. Mr. Hausman was also an Adjunct Professor at Polytechnic University, now part of New York University and Hofstra University where he taught graduate and under graduate courses in Electronic Engineering. Howard Hausman is also a recipient of the 2010 New York University / Polytech Distinguished Alumni Award and the 2013 IEEE LI Section Alex Gruenwald Award “For outstanding contributions to enhance the knowledge of the IEEE LI Section members in Satellite Communications and Microwave Theory”. He has lectured around the world and authored many papers relating to microwave systems, satellite communications, Radar, and reconnaissance systems.