Bob is the founder of GigaHertz. During his career in RF design, he worked for Honeywell Information Systems, EMCEE Broadcast Products, Harris Corp. and RCA Broadcast Division. In 1982 he and two other RCA staff members founded ITS Corporation, which was acquired by ADC Telecommunications in 1996. From 1999 until 2004, he was an Adjunct Professor of Electrical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. He was then Chairman of Axcera, LLC from 2005 until 2007. His technical papers have been published extensively and they include chapters in three editions of the NAB Engineering Handbook and an engineering laboratory course instruction manual. He holds two patents for transmitter components and several more related to diathermy. At Gigahertz LLC, Bob has been active in designing tunnel radio systems and in working with artists on outdoor electronic artwork in the city of Pittsburgh. Call Bob anytime to discuss your custom system requirements.


Bob Spak is the firm’s Calibration Technician. In that capacity, Bob services the analog and RF test gear of firms doing high frequency design and manufacturing. He previously worked for Axcera as an Engineering Technician and before that for Compunetics, manufacturing printed circuit boards. He is the trustee of the company Amateur Radio Club Station, K3ITS, and a professional musician. Bob is the right contact person if you want to have a piece of RF gear or any analog electronics equipment calibrated or repaired and he can be reached at . He also manages our extensive inventory of RF components so let him know what you need and Bob will try to solve your problem.