B.S, Electrical Engineering, University of Arkansas, 1958
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Purdue University, 1959
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Purdue University, 1962
Research Interests: channel characterization, measurement, synchronization, and communication techniques as applied to global mobile communication and navigation systems, satellite communications and personal communication networks.
Dr. Lindsey is an internationally known expert in the Field of Communication Sciences and has over thirty years experience in deep space and satellite communication system architecting, engineering, design, analysis and simulation. Dr. Lindsey is a Fellow of the IEEE. He has published more than 140 papers on various topics in comunication and information theory and he holds several patents. His patents have been implemented in numerous communication satellite systems and ground station and mobile communications receivers located around the world. Dr. Lindsey has received several awards and held numerous offices. He was one of the pioneering founders of the IEEE Communication Society by serving as the first Vice-Chairman and second Chairman of the Communication Theory Committee. He has also served as the editor for the IEEE Transactions on Communications and has been the Technical Program Chairman for numerous national and international conferences on communications and telemetry. He serves on Communication C, Signals and Systems of the International Scientific Union (URSI) and the CCIR Standards Committee. Dr. Lindsey has served as Vice-President of Technical Affairs for the IEEE and on the Board of Governors and Editorial Board of the IEEE. He joined USC in 1968.
Dr.Lindsey has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.