Michael Jones

Michael Jones is a consultant engineer at Roke Manor Research, specializing in advanced GNSS adaptive antenna systems and state-of-the-art radar.

He gained a First-Class Masters degree in electronic engineering from the University of York and was also awarded the Racal prize for best avionics degree.

Michael Jones is a consultant engineer at Roke Manor Research, specializing in advanced GNSS adaptive antenna systems and state-of-the-art radar.

He gained a First-Class Masters degree in electronic engineering from the University of York and was also awarded the Racal prize for best avionics degree.

Since joining Roke Manor Research, Jones has worked on a multitude of advanced navigation and radar systems contracted by the U.K. and U.S. governments. He has expertise in adaptive antenna GPS systems and was jointly responsible for a number of navigation protection systems using interference cancellation, adaptive beamforming and direction finding.

Jones specializes in the simulation and hardware implementation of advanced signal-processing algorithms, and has worked on a number of FPGA and ASIC designs for radar and GNSS systems.