Vice President of Technology Development,
Peter J. Pupalaikis was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1964 and received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey in 1988. He joined LeCroy Corporation (now Teledyne LeCroy), a manufacturer of high-performance measurement equipment located in Chestnut Ridge, New York in 1995 where he is currently Vice President, Technology Development, managing digital signal processing development and intellectual property. His interests include digital signal processing, applied mathematics, signal integrity and RF/microwave systems.
Prior to LeCroy he served in the United States Army and has worked as an independent consultant in embedded systems design. Mr. Pupalaikis holds forty-three patents in the area of measurement instrument design and has contributed a chapter to one book on RF/microwave measurement techniques. In 2013 he became an IEEE fellow for contributions to high-speed waveform digitizing instruments. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu and the IEEE signal processing, instrumentation, solid state circuits, and microwave societies.