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Michael Wilson


Phone: (805) 756-6341 (prefer email)
Office: 20-118A

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Graduated from High School in 1963 and started at Cal Poly. My schooling was interrupted by a 3 year stint in the US Army. Graduated from Cal Poly in 1972 BSEE and Masters of Engineering in 1973. Worked for Hewlett Packard in Santa Clara for 27 years as Design Engineer, Project Manager and as Production Engineering Manager. Joined Symmetricom in 1999 as a spin off business from Hewlett Packard (then Agilent). After retiring, began Part Time Lecturer work at Cal Poly in the EE department in 2006. I am married and have 2 children.


  • BSEE from Cal Poly in 1972
  • Masters of Engr from Cal Poly in 1973

Teaching and Research Interests

I continue to enjoy understanding technology advancements in the area of measurement and generation of time and frequency. I have several GPS Receivers that are can reproduce Time of Day to better than 1 microsecond. I am interested in advances in communications and advanced modulation scheme.

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