John Haeberle

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Lansdale, PA 19446

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Resume Headline: John Haeberle – Electrical Engineer Resume Value: hrbsi9iyvis57cky

John Haeberle
794 Brian Way, Lansdale, PA 19446
Home: 215-661-0630 | Cell: 267-664-3792 |

* Electrical engineer experienced in the Defense Electronics Industry. Skilled in researching, developing, and designing circuits used in RWRs (Radar Warning Receivers).
* Engineering Lead on various RWR programs such as AN/ALR-67 ASR (Advanced Special Receiver), SIRFC (Suite of Integrated Radio Frequency Countermeasures), and AN/APR 39(V)2.
* Successfully led an obsolete parts replacement engineering effort for 2 components on the HARM control CCA. All original specified requirements were either met or improved upon, This resulted in the continued production of a hybrid circuit without the additional cost of re-layout.


COBHAM DEFENSE ELECTRONICS, Lansdale, PA 1996 to Sept 2015
(formerly BAE Systems, GEC Marconi, Tracor, & AEL)
Design and Product Support Engineer, Receiver Product (2006 to 2015)
* Functioned as a liaison between engineering and operations to handle engineering handoff and continued product support of various RWR (Radar Warning Receiver) circuits.
* Responsible for PBL and production repair issues on the ALR-67 IMIC (Integrated Microwave Integrated Circuit), SFD (Switch Filter Detector), and HARM (High-speed Anti-radiation Missile) CCA.
* Member of the test engineering team responsible for upgrade and maintenance of the ALR 67 STEs (Special Test Equipment).
* Worked closely with Raytheon customer to resolve a transfer curve specification change for the SFD as well as a specification change to the IMIC microwave insertion loss requirement.
* Participated in a CDR for a Raytheon redesign of the HARM CCA. Following the CDR, worked with Raytheon engineers to assure the new design functioned properly.
* Responsible for designing video amplifiers for ALR 67 IMIC receiver STE along with other analog circuit designs such as sequencing regulators and switch driver decoders used on the SEWIP Block II (Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program) system.

Support Engineer, ALR 67 PBL Team Development (2007)
* Participated on a team effort between BAE Systems, Raytheon and the Navy to set up a repair depot for ALR 67 at the FRCSE (Fleet Readiness Center Southeast in Jacksonville).

System Engineer, Tobyhanna Test Rack (2006 to 2007)
* Re-designed and upgraded custom analog and digital circuits, which included self-test generation and video filtering to allow for accurate measurements of the receiver IAW specification requirements.

Design Engineer, Lightweight Mobile Jammer (2004 to 2006)
* Responsible for the design of several analog circuits, which included voltage regulators, RF bit detectors, VVA, and RF amplifier blanking circuits. Worked on an advance technology team to develop two proof-of-concept Antenna Systems.

Engineering Technician, Receiver Development (1996 to 2003)
* Provided prototype, breadboard design and hardware development of various electronic circuits such as analog control circuits used in an SDLA, Video Amplifiers / Temperature Compensation circuits, switch decoders and drivers, and bias and temperature compensating voltage regulators. Collaborative development of several analog circuits with the Lead Engineer to design, build and test a temperature compensated BIT / VVA, a DLVA and a high-speed switch driver / modulator.

Work experience prior to 1996: Engineering Technician and Field Service Engineer


ERB (Engineering Review Board) Non BS Degreed Engineer EEII Title

DeVry Technical Institute Woodbridge NJ, Technician Diploma

Altium Designer, Auto Cad, Microsoft Office

DOD Security Clearance Secret

Team Captain of MS Walk Team

Organized Annual Angel Tree to Benefit Families in Need

Sir Cobham Special Recognition Award for Teamwork 2009

Experience BACK TO TOP

Job Title Company Experience
Electrical Engineer Cobham – Present

Additional Info BACK TO TOP

Current Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)

Date of Availability: Immediately

Work Status: US – I am authorized to work in this country for any employer.

Active Security Clearance: Active Secret

US Military Service:

Citizenship: US citizen

Target Job: Target Job Title: Electrical Engineer

Target Company: Company Size:


• Electrical/Electronics Engineering

Target Locations: Selected Locations: US-PA-Philadelphia

Relocate: No

Willingness to travel: Up to 50% travel

Languages: Languages Proficiency Level
English Advanced

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