Staff Profile - Dennis Rollinger
Dennis Rollinger founded Radiometrics in October of 1983. Dennis along with two partners started the company because they felt that there was a significant need for greater customer support in the commercial Electro-Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) industry. Radiometrics was one of the first laboratories listed in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Public Access List (PAL) of labs performing commercial EMC testing. Radiometrics has grown significantly under his direction and Dennis has since become sole proprietor.
In Radiometrics 23-year history, Dennis has been associated with over 5,000 test programs performed to the EMC specifications of the Military, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Aviation Administration, Food and Drug Administration, International Standards Organization, Society of Automotive Engineers and other proprietary test specifications.
Dennis has also been involved in several international military and aerospace programs. Included in these are the testing of systems for the International Space Station, LAVI jet fighter, Saab Scania jet fighter, and the British EH-101 helicopter program.
Over the past five years Dennis has overseen in excess of 200 tests of medical devices.
Dennis has served on numerous industry committees including:
Before founding Radiometrics Dennis served as a Non Commissioned Officer for the U.S. Army Signal Corp. He was in charge of the Phan Rang Central Communications facility located in Phan Rang, Vietnam. Dennis was honorably discharged in December of 1970.
Dennis received his Degree in Electronics from Morton College in June of 1973. He then worked as a Senior Technical Associate for ten years with AT&T Bell Telephone Laboratories. He was the physical designer and regulatory engineer for the 3B20 computer system designed as the Agency Standard Host Computer for the National Security Agency.
Dennis also holds a commercial pilot's license with an instrument rating and instructor rating. He is a consultant on the development of new avionics equipment for commercial avionics and for the National Transportation and Safety Board for EMI incidents.