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Dr. John M. Osepchuk

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Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
International Microwave Power Institute
10210 Leatherleaf Court
Manassas , Virginia 20111
United States

Company Description: The International Microwave Power Institute (IMPI) was founded in 1966 to serve the information needs of specialists working with dielectric (microwave and RF)...   more
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  • MS
    Ohio State Univ.
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Editor's Note: IMPI Fellow Dr. John ...
impi.org, 11 Mar 2014 [cached]
Editor's Note: IMPI Fellow Dr. John Osepchuk has provided this analysis of the new DoE Regulations.
Antennas and Propagation
www.ieeeboston.org, 24 Oct 2008 [cached]
John M. Osepchuk, Ph.D., Independent Consultant, Full Spectrum Consulting, 248 Deacon Haynes Road, Concord, MA 01742, Tel/Fax: 978-287-5849, E-mail: JMOsepchuk@comcast.net
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Dr. John M. Osepchuk, Independent Consultant; Full Spectrum Consulting
Education: A. B. ('49), Harvard College; A. M. ('50), Ph. D. ('57), Harvard University.
Dr. Osepchuk worked for Raytheon Company in microwave R&D (ferrites, plasmas, tubes and heating systems). He played a leadership role in founding and operating many activities in the IEEE (Life member of COMAR; Chairman Emeritus of IEEE/ICES SCC-28; Adcom member in MTT-S and SIT-S); IMPI (JMP editor and President); EEA (Organizer and officer); and BEMS (Sustaining member). He is a Fellow of the IEEE and IMPI, a member of ,,, and ,,, and was awarded the IEEE Standards medallion in 1998, and the IEEE Millennium medal in 2000. He has authored many patents and publications, including a key patent on microwave-oven door-choke seal design. His present activities include studies of the microwave auditory effects, microwave heating (for Amana) and safety (for wireless companies and the U. S. Air Force). He has led the effort to strengthen the global influence of the IEEE, through the International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety (ICES) in developing international consensus standards for safe use of electromagnetic energy. He is also leading the global effort by the ISM community to resolve the RFI issues accompanying the shared use of ISM bands by wireless systems and ISM equipment.
IEEE-SA - IEEE Announces No-Cost Public Access to Select IEEE C95 Standards for Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields
standards.ieee.org, 15 Feb 2012 [cached]
"The publication of these standards provides, more easily than ever before, the factual information that underlies the standards that most countries, including the U.S., base their safety regulations on," said John M. Osepchuk, PhD, an IEEE Life Fellow and Past Chairman of the ICES Technical Committee C95.
JUL/AUG98
www.asa3.org, 6 Sept 2009 [cached]
ASA's Industrial Commission chairman, John Osepchuk, has been taking the IC through its orientation phase, where members discuss what the IC will be and do.
John drafted an IC mission statement in June, 1996 and offered it for review. John has extensive scientific involvement in whether electromagnetic fields pose a human health problem, and his interest carries over to environmental issues and organizations that promote various positions, and "junk science."
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John mailed the draft to about 100 interested ASAers and by late July, sent to them an analysis of their responses. Generally, John wrote, responses were supportive, but with a wide range of opinions. John concluded that the respondents do not want to try to promote or develop specific ASA positions and that the IC should, at least, stimulate discussion on issues limited to those selected by the IC (or ASA generally) for review.
The most recent activity was reported last issue ("ASA Industrial Commission Warming Up," MAY-JUN98 ASAN, p. 3). Dennis Feucht had asked Osepchuk whether the IC could get a group of expert ASAers together to resolve what the science behind global warming is and issue a report on it.
One of the subject matter experts ...
microwaves101.com, 18 April 2011 [cached]
One of the subject matter experts on this topic is John Osepchuk, who worked at Raytheon during the 60s, 70s and 80s. His papers on the topic include:
"A History of Microwave Heating Applications", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. MTT-32, No. 9. Page 1205
John has complained in recent years at IEEE talks that some web sites propose that the microwave oven was invented in Russia, or Germany, but then again, you can find almost anything you want on the internet. We hereby invite John to give us a hand telling the real microwave oven story!
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Maybe John will send us a picture of the burn-in stand one of these days...
Spencer's thoughts turned to heating food; legend has it that a candy bar melted in his pocket from stray radiation. However, he could not have been thinking of a consumer application, as the high cost of microwave equipment would prevent widespread home use.
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This quote is from Osepchuk's 1984 article, which confirms Bock's contribution:
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