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Gerald D Juskovic

from Newport Beach, CA
Age ~60

Gerald Juskovic Phones & Addresses

  • 1708 Park Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92662 (949) 673-3697
  • 2510 Salerno, Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 706-3685
  • 34 Fieldstone Dr, Morristown, NJ 07960 (973) 540-1948
  • West Orange, NJ
  • Santa Monica, CA
  • 34 Fieldstone Dr, Morristown, NJ 07960

Work

Company: Clariant technologies corp. 2003 to 2008 Position: President

Education

School / High School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1975 to 1980

Emails

Industries

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

Resumes

Resumes

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Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing Professional

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Location:
Orange County, California Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
Clariant Technologies Corp. 2003 - 2008
President

Multilink Technology Corporation 1999 - 2003
Marketing Director

LeCroy Corporation 1995 - 1999
Product Line Manager
Education:
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1975 - 1980

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Gerald Juskovic
Ghz Consulting Group LLC
Electronic Design Consulting
444 Vis Roma, Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 706-3685
Gerald Juskovic
Director, President, Secretary, Treasurer
Mwave Technologies Corp
444 Vis Roma, Newport Beach, CA 92660

Publications

Us Patents

Methods And Apparatus For Automotive Radar Sensors

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US Patent:
2005015, Jul 21, 2005
Filed:
Jan 14, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/036318
Inventors:
Andrew Bonthron - Los Angeles CA,
Gerald Juskovic - Newport Beach CA,
International Classification:
G01S013/93
US Classification:
342107000, 342070000, 342196000, 342134000, 342137000, 342139000
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus are presented that reduce the overall system cost for automotive radar sensing applications through reduction of the number of the radar sensors required. In accordance with aspects of the present invention, one way sensor count reduction can be achieved is through the combination of target range, direction, and velocity determination capability with wide angular field of view coverage within a single sensor unit. One embodiment combines a wide field of view antenna means with a wideband/ultra-wideband/precision-ultra-wideband radar transmitter-receiver and an interferometric direction-finding means into a single sensor unit. Other methods and apparatus are presented.

Methods And Apparatus For Automotive Radar Sensors

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US Patent:
2006026, Nov 23, 2006
Filed:
Jul 27, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/495289
Inventors:
Andrew Bonthron - Los Angeles CA,
Gerald Juskovic - Newport Beach CA,
International Classification:
G01S 13/93
US Classification:
342070000, 342107000, 342134000, 342137000, 342139000, 342196000
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus are presented that reduce the overall system cost for automotive radar sensing applications through reduction of the number of the radar sensors required. In accordance with aspects of the present invention, one way sensor count reduction can be achieved is through the combination of target range, direction, and velocity determination capability with wide angular field of view coverage within a single sensor unit. One embodiment combines a transmit-pulsed, linearly stepped frequency modulated, transmit power limited radar architecture with a spatially separated receiver antenna array, intermediate frequency down-conversion, and a digital multi-zone monopulse (DMM) signal processing technique for high-resolution target range, velocity, and azimuth angle determination and fast update rate capability in a low cost, mass-production-capable design.

Methods And Apparatus For Hyperview Automotive Radar

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US Patent:
2008008, Apr 17, 2008
Filed:
May 22, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/752245
Inventors:
Andrew Bonthron - Los Angeles CA,
Gerald Juskovic - Newport Beach CA,
International Classification:
G01S 13/02
US Classification:
342104000, 342118000
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus are presented that reduce the overall system cost for automotive radar sensing applications. In accordance with aspects of the present invention, one way sensor count reduction can be achieved is through the coverage of multiple vehicle sides through a single sensor. One embodiment combines all high-frequency signal sensor components with an antenna network which are together separately housed as an antenna unit. Each antenna unit transmits high-frequency radar signals and receives and down-converts reflected portions of said transmitted signal. The low-frequency down-converted signals produced by each antenna unit are processed through a shared processing unit which may be separately housed from all antenna units or commonly housed with an antenna unit. In addition, methods for effectively utilizing a sensor comprising multiple antenna units are described according to aspects of the present invention. Other methods and apparatus are presented.

Method And Apparatus For Microwave And Millimeter-Wave Imaging

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US Patent:
2008010, May 1, 2008
Filed:
Oct 26, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/978055
Inventors:
Andrew Bonthron - Los Angeles CA,
Gerald Juskovic - Newport Beach CA,
International Classification:
H01Q 3/00
US Classification:
342373000
Abstract:
An antennae system for a detector. The antennae system includes a two-dimensional electro-magnetic transmitter array that has an x number of transmitter elements, and a two-dimensional electro-magnetic receiver array that has a y number of receiver elements. The two-dimensional electro-magnetic transmitter and receiver arrays have a spatial relationship such that at least one subset of the two-dimensional electro-magnetic transmitter and receiver arrays forms a regular array of spatial displacements of z pairwise combinations of transmitter and receiver elements, where z is greater than the sum of x and y.

Optical Recording Measurement Package

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US Patent:
6112160, Aug 29, 2000
Filed:
Aug 30, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/155969
Inventors:
Lawrence S. Salant - New Hempstead NY
Peter J. Pupalaikis - Ramsey NJ
Gerald Juskovic - Morristown NJ
Assignee:
LeCroy Corporation - Chestnut Ridge NY
International Classification:
H03K 500
US Classification:
702 66
Abstract:
Optical recording measurement package provides methods and techniques for identifying and categorizing each feature (pittspace) within an optical recording data waveform and for buffering, analyzing and displaying in various ways data regarding the identified features. To identify or extract each feature in a supplied waveform, levels of the waveform are considered to be within one of three zones of which the middle (or second) zone represents an amount of required hysteresis of the waveform and which includes a threshold level. A state machine having a number of states is provided to record the true edges of the features of the optical recording data waveform.
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