Dr John O'Sullivan

Dr John O'Sullivan

John O'Sullivan

Elected in 2010

Short citation at year of election

John O’Sullivan has made significant contributions to the field of digital signal processing relating to the application of Fourier Transforms in the Telecommunications, Electro-acoustic and Radioastronomy fields. He is more generally known as the primary inventor of two technologies that led to significant areas of application and start-up companies — a FFT chip that led to Lake Technologies and the 802.11a/g wireless LAN, where he solved problems considered intractable by the major companies in the space globally. This led to the formation of Radiata which was acquired by CISCO. John has a global reputation for his significant contributions in radioastronomy.

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