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== About David Middleton  ==
 
== About David Middleton  ==
  
Middleton went to Harvard for a Bachelors in Physics (1942). He then worked at the Radio Research Laboratory at Harvard during World War II, working on radar counter-measures, passive and active jamming. This work flowed into work on communication theory, the study of the transfer of information; as statistically based applied physics. He did his graduate work at Harvard, then taught there, but in 1955 shifted to a career in consulting. His career has centered on noise and signal communication theory, including work lately on scattered channels and models of interference. He has been involved in the IRE and IEEE, particularly with the Information Theory Society, Signal Processing Society, Oceanic Engineering Society, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Group.<br>
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Middleton went to Harvard for a Bachelors in Physics (1942). He then worked at the Radio Research Laboratory at Harvard during World War II, working on radar counter-measures, passive and active jamming. This work flowed into work on communication theory, the study of the transfer of information; as statistically based applied physics. He did his graduate work at Harvard, then taught there, but in 1955 shifted to a career in consulting. His career has centered on noise and signal communication theory, including work lately on scattered channels and models of interference. He has been involved in the IRE and IEEE, particularly with the Information Theory Society, Signal Processing Society, Oceanic Engineering Society, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Group.<br>  
  
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See [http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/David_Middleton_Oral_History_(2007) David Middleton Oral History (2007)] for a later interview updating Middleton's predictions on the future of communications work and discussing his work on a physics reference text.
  
See [http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/David_Middleton_Oral_History_(2007) David Middleton Oral History (2007)] for a later interview updating Middleton's predictions on the future of communications work and discussing his work on a physics reference text.
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== About the Interview ==
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DAVID MIDDLETON: An Interview Conducted by Michael N. Geselowitz, IEEE History Center, 14 February 2000<br>
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Interview # 388 for the IEEE History Center, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Inc., and<br>Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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== <br>Copyright Statement<br> ==
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This manuscript is being made available for research purposes only. All literary rights in the manuscript, including the right to publish, are reserved to the IEEE History Center. No part of the manuscript may be quoted for publication without the written permission of the Director of IEEE History Center.<br>
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Request for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the IEEE History Center Oral History Program, Rutgers - the State University, 39 Union Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8538 USA. It should include identification of the specific passages to be quoted, anticipated use of the passages, and identification of the user.<br>
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It is recommended that this oral history be cited as follows:<br>David Middleton, an oral history conducted in 2000 by Michael N. Geselowitz, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.

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About David Middleton

Middleton went to Harvard for a Bachelors in Physics (1942). He then worked at the Radio Research Laboratory at Harvard during World War II, working on radar counter-measures, passive and active jamming. This work flowed into work on communication theory, the study of the transfer of information; as statistically based applied physics. He did his graduate work at Harvard, then taught there, but in 1955 shifted to a career in consulting. His career has centered on noise and signal communication theory, including work lately on scattered channels and models of interference. He has been involved in the IRE and IEEE, particularly with the Information Theory Society, Signal Processing Society, Oceanic Engineering Society, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society, and the Electromagnetic Compatibility Group.


See David Middleton Oral History (2007) for a later interview updating Middleton's predictions on the future of communications work and discussing his work on a physics reference text.

About the Interview

DAVID MIDDLETON: An Interview Conducted by Michael N. Geselowitz, IEEE History Center, 14 February 2000

Interview # 388 for the IEEE History Center, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Inc., and
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey


Copyright Statement

This manuscript is being made available for research purposes only. All literary rights in the manuscript, including the right to publish, are reserved to the IEEE History Center. No part of the manuscript may be quoted for publication without the written permission of the Director of IEEE History Center.


Request for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the IEEE History Center Oral History Program, Rutgers - the State University, 39 Union Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8538 USA. It should include identification of the specific passages to be quoted, anticipated use of the passages, and identification of the user.


It is recommended that this oral history be cited as follows:
David Middleton, an oral history conducted in 2000 by Michael N. Geselowitz, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.