David Bergfeld, Author at Embedded.com

David Bergfeld

David B. Bergfeld received his B.S.E.E degree and M.S.E.E Research degree from St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri. He is registered as a Professional Engineer in the State of Missouri. He was awarded a federal traineeship for the summer of 1963, a partial scholarship in 1965, and a full federal traineeship for his M.S.E.E. in 1966. He was president of the Engineers Club at St. Louis University 1965-1966. He was employed by Emerson Electric and ESCO Technologies (a spin-off of Emerson) in St. louis, Missouri. He is co-author of ‘Special Purpose Automatic Test Set Development Techniques,” IEE Symposium, 1968, and author of “Integrated Display for Functional Emulation During Test,” IEEE Systems Readiness Technology Conference, 1997 (AUTOTESTCON ’97). He was the lead for the HELITOW Missile Thermal Tracker, Control Panel and Missile Interface. He designed micro-controller hardware and software for the first TWACS Remote Transponder Unit, and the Outbound Modulation Unit. He designed micro-controller hardware and software for tanker truck loading and dispensing computers, industrial and consumer appliances, motor controls, flow meter signal conditioners, and portable automatic test equipment for the Cheyenne helicopter armament.