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Dr. John M. Osepchuk

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Consultant

Phone: (781) ***-****  HQ Phone
Raytheon
870 Winter Street
Waltham , Massachusetts 02451
United States

Company Description: Raytheon Company, together with its subsidiaries, develops products, services and solutions in defense markets; sensing, effects, command, control, communications...   more
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Education

  • MS
    Ohio State Univ.
  • Phd.
  • advanced degrees , engineering science and applied physics
    Harvard University
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This 53 page document was compiled ...
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This 53 page document was compiled by none other than the Unknown Editor of Microwaves101 who serves as CSICS Executive Committee Publications Chair (wow, how can one man have all that on his resume?) Check it out and start making plans for attending this symposium from October 11-14 in New Orleans. * John Osepchuk is a consultant who worked at Raytheon back in the 1970s and specialized in microwave oven safety. We found John Osepchuk in a video on Youtube and added it to our history of the microwave oven page (http://www.microwaves101.com/microwave-encyclopedia/history-of-the-microwave-oven) . When we found this video, it only had 70 views. Help us triple the views by the end of August! * Bloating or scaling? We've add a figure to our page on etch factor (http://www.microwaves101.com/encyclopedias/etch-factor#bloat) to explain the difference. * The 2015 IMS is memory, but The Unknown Editor has posted some pictures from the show (http://www.microwaves101.com/unknowneditor) . Yes, that was old news, but he's been busy this summer so cut him some slack in spite of what it says on the top of this page. * There are plenty of new data sheets posted on our partner site, EverythingRF.com (http://www.everythingrf.com/) . Need a specific amplifier?
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The University of Texas at Dallas has been added to our list of colleges offering microwave engineering education, thanks to Jon.
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The University of Texas at Dallas added to our list of colleges offering microwave engineering education, thanks to Jon.
John M. ...
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John M. Osepchuk,
Independent Consultant for Full Spectrum Consulting,
Email: JMOsepchuk@comcast.net
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Dr. Osepchuk worked for Raytheon Company in microwave R&D (ferrites, plasmas, tubes and heating systems). After retirement from Raytheon in 1995, he has been an independent consultant. He played a leadership role in founding and operating many activities in the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers): Life member of COMAR (Committee on Man and Radiation) ; Chairman Emeritus of IEEE/ICES SCC-28; Adcom member in MTT-S and SIT-S); Editor and President, IMPI (International Microwave Power Institute) , (JMP (Journal of Microwave Power)); Organizer and officer, EEA (Electromagnetic Energy Association) ; and BEMS :member. He is a Life Fellow of the IEEE and IMPI, a member of fß? and S?, 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 and the magnetron., especially phenomena that determine life and reliability in microwave heating systems, for Amana Commercial Products (ACP, Inc.) and others, and microwave safety, especially through the activities of ICES. He has been active in 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 a leader in the global effort by the ISM (Industrial, Scientific and Medical) community to resolve the RFI issues accompanying the shared use of ISM bands by wireless systems and ISM equipment, as well as the development of rational tests and limits for out-of-band radiation from microwave heating systems.
This 53 page document was compiled ...
www.microwaves101.com [cached]
This 53 page document was compiled by none other than the Unknown Editor of Microwaves101 who serves as CSICS Executive Committee Publications Chair (wow, how can one man have all that on his resume?) Check it out and start making plans for attending this symposium from October 11-14 in New Orleans. * John Osepchuk is a consultant who worked at Raytheon back in the 1970s and specialized in microwave oven safety. We found John Osepchuk in a video on Youtube and added it to our history of the microwave oven page (http://www.microwaves101.com/microwave-encyclopedia/history-of-the-microwave-oven) . When we found this video, it only had 70 views. Help us triple the views by the end of August! * Bloating or scaling? We've add a figure to our page on etch factor (http://www.microwaves101.com/encyclopedias/etch-factor#bloat) to explain the difference. * The 2015 IMS is memory, but The Unknown Editor has posted some pictures from the show (http://www.microwaves101.com/unknowneditor) . Yes, that was old news, but he's been busy this summer so cut him some slack in spite of what it says on the top of this page. * There are plenty of new data sheets posted on our partner site, EverythingRF.com (http://www.everythingrf.com/) . Need a specific amplifier?
History of the Microwave Oven - Microwave Encyclopedia - Microwaves101.com
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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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Finally, John Osepchuk, Raytheon Corporation physicist, spoke on "Dishonesty in Industry and Government. After mentioning some examples of dishonesty in industry, John focused on the growing social problem of technical misinformation which arises from incompetence, self-deception, or downright charlatanry, and is aggravated by sensation-seeking journalism. The general public's widespread misunderstanding of the hazards of electromagnetic radiation was illustrated with a number of examples, from the E.L.F. (extremely low frequency) of high-voltage lines or the Navy's project Seafarer, to microwave and even RF radiation. Recently this irrational perspective has resulted in attacks on international missionary broadcasting, on the grounds that it poses a radiation hazard to the environment--even though radiation levels are far below U.S. safety standards. Christian scientists in particular, John emphasized, should be using our expertise to help correct false information and restore a realistic perspective to the general public.
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