- Greg has a ton of great “learn by doing” courses at MIT
- One of the courses is on the MIT Open Courseware site
- He’s worked on research allowing them to “see through walls” with microwaves
- His interest also include radio astronomy and he has built one of his own telescopes!
- He has built an all-tube (23 in total!) stereo system for his home theater
- The coffee can radar is a living project and Greg continues to develop courses around the idea
- The courses also include a phased array DIY radar made of pegboard and wi-fi antennas
- He also has made a high res radar imaging system made from a garage door opener
- In college he got busted trying to record a Buddy Guy show in Chicago with this bootleg tube pre-amp that he built
- He’s into amateur radio equipment, all of which he has built himself
- And for some “down time”, he repairs antique radios
- Oh right, and when he’s not playing at home or playing at work, he’s playing at his new startup, ButterflyNet
If you’re an FPGA enthusiast, looking for a new gig, send Greg an email with some examples of your past work.
Many thanks to Greg for stopping by and chatting. One of our best guests ever!