- United States Air force - Radar & Computer Maintenance
- Memphis State University - BS Physics & Math
- University of Mississippi - MS Physics (Atmospherics)
- United States Air Force - Instructor, Radar & Computer Maintenance.
- Control Data Corp. - Instructor, Computer Maintenance & Programming.
- Litton Ship Systems - Programming (Mechanical Engineering).
- Burroughs Corp. - Tech. Rep. (Banking).
- The University of Mississippi - Systems Analysis, Database Administration.
- Self-Employed - Developing & Publishing C Compilers, Assemblers, Books.
- National Center for Physical Acoustics - Digital Signal Processing.
Deturbulator Articles, etc.
- Project Summary (web page)
- The Deturbulator Tape (PDF, 687 KB)
- Measuring Glider Performance with a Flight Data Recorder (PDF, 386 KB)
- A Summary of the Deturbulator Project (PDF, 183 KB, from Gliding International)
- Anatomy of a Performance Event (web page)
- Deturbulators: Fact or Fiction (PDF, 264 KB, from 3/09 Gliding International)
- Extreme Performance (PowerPoint, 1.4 MB)
- Two Years on Deturbulated Wings (PowerPoint, 395 KB, 2007 SSA Convention)
Other Articles, etc.
- A predictive filter for active noise control in small spaces, James E. Hendrix, T. R. Harley, F. Douglas Shields. (Paper given at fall meeting of ASA, Nov. 1990)
- An adaptive predictive filter for controlling broadband noise or vibration with tightly coupled transducers, James E. Hendrix, T. R. Harley, F. Douglas Shields. (Paper given at fall meeting of ASA, Nov. 1991)
- Adaptive, predictive filters for controlling broadband noise and vibration with tightly coupled transducers, James E. Hendrix, T. R. Harley, F. Douglas Shields. (Invited Paper, Texas Instruments TMS320 Educators Conference, Aug. 5-7, 1992)
- Computational optimization of a predictive filter for noise cancellation, T. R. Harley, James E. Hendrix, F. Douglas Shields. (Paper given at fall meeting of ASA, Nov. 1990)
- An adaptive feedback control system for active noise cancellation in a headset, T. R. Harley, James E. Hendrix, Keith T. Olre. Article submitted for publication in JASA.
- Smart acoustically active surfaces, F. Douglas Shields, James E. Hendrix, and L. Dwynn Lafleur, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Supp. 1, 85, S62 (1989). (Paper given at spring meeting of ASA)
- Acoustically active surfaces using piezorubber, L. Dwynn Lafleur, F. Douglas Shields, and James E. Hendrix, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 90 (3), (1991).
- Active noise cancellation facilitates diver's under water communication," Russ Lindgren, Assoc. Ed. (Personal Engineering and Instrumentation News, June, 1993, about ANC work done for the Navy)
- A Unique Application of the Articulation Index, L. L. Mendel, B. W. Hamill, J. E. Hendrix, M. D. Miley. Paper presented at the American Auditory Society Annual Convention, Dallas, Texas, 1995.
- A Unique Application of the Articulation Index, L. L. Mendel, B. W. Hamill, J. E. Hendrix, L. J. Crepeau, J. Pelton, M. D. Miley. J. Acoust. Soc. Am.
- Use of the Speech Intelligibility Index in a Noisy Helium Environment, L. L. Mendel, B. W. Hamill, J. E. Hendrix, L. J. Crepeau, J. Pelton, and M. D. Miley. Article submitted for publication in J. Acoust. Soc. Am.
- Speech Intelligibility Assessment in a Helium Environment: II, L. L. Mendel, B. W. Hamill, J. E. Hendrix, L. J. Crepeau, J. Pelton, M. D. Miley, E. E. Kadlec. Article submitted for publication in J. Acoust. Soc. Am.
- The Small C Handbook. (Reston Publishing, 256 pages, 1983)
Describes the Small C language and compiler as implemented under CP/M.
- Small C. (I/O Books, Japan, 271 pages, 1985)
Japanese translation of The Small C Handbook.
- Dr. Dobb's Toolbook of C. (Brady/Prentice Hall, 712 pages, 1986)
- A Small C Compiler. (M&T Books, 586 pages, 1980, 1988, 1992)
Describes the language, usage, theory, and design of the MS-DOS Small C compiler.
- Dr. Dobb's Small-C Resource CD-ROM. (Miller Freeman, 1997)
Full text of "A Small C Compiler" plus Small C and Small Assembler source files, etc.
- PC Assembler Essence. (E-Hahn's Computer Science Series, Korea, 520 pages, 1997)
- Surface Ventilation Method for Compliant Surface Flow Control Devices, James E. Hendrix Jr., (U.S. Patent Provisional
Application No. 60/978,096,
October 5, 2007) An improved method for ventilating compliant surface, multi-layer flow-control devices.
- Surface Ventilator For A Compliant-Surface Flow-Control Device, Oxford Aero Equipment LLC, and ANKER-ZEMER Engineering AS,
(International Application Number:PCT/US08/55729, October 5, 2007)
An improved method for entilating compliant surface, multi-layer flow-control devices.
- Boundary Flow Elevating Device, James E. Hendrix Jr., (U.S. Patent Provisional Application No. 61/225,332, July 14, 2009)
A method for reducing skin friction and form contributions to drag on aerodynamic surfaces including wings, turbine blades, auto bodies, etc.
- Motion Dynamics Recorder,
Oxford Aero Equipment, (U.S. Patent Provisional Application No. 60/995044, September 25, 2007)
A motion dynamics data recorder for use in aircraft, land vehicles and seagoing vessels.
It uses a full suite of sensors, including GPS, accelerometers, gyros, pressure,
outside air temperature, magnetic compass and microphone for engine noise detection.
Recording is on high-speed SD Cards with capacities of thousands of hours.
Simultaneously records vehicle logs on fixed SD Card and operator logs on operator accessible,
hot-swappable SD Cards.
- A Smart Acoustically-Active Surface, F. Douglas Shields, James E. Hendrix, L. Dwynn Lafleur. (U.S. Patent Application SN 07/351,539,
February 1990) A two-layered surface that senses sounds falling on it and responds to prevent reflection of the sound from it.
- Trilayered Smart Acoustically-Active Transducer, F. Douglas Shields, James E. Hendrix, L. Dwynn Lafleur. (U.S. Patent Application No.
07/549,084, July 6, 1990) A three-layered surface that senses sound falling on it and responds to prevent reflection of the sound from it and
transmission of the sound through it.
- Analytic Stethoscope, James E. Hendrix, Ali R. Kolaini. (U.S. Patent Application No. 09/111,711, July 8, 1998) An electronic
stethoscope with digital signal processing to identify normal and abnormal heart-sounds and report findings with text and graphics.
- Digital helium-speech unscrambler for translating helium-distorted speech into intelligible speech and for attenuating background noise, James E. Hendrix Jr., (U.S. Patent Provisional
Application No. 61/324,523,
April 23, 2010)
- Time-Domain and Frequency-Domain Helium Speech Unscramblers with ANR Front Ends (program code), Copyright © 2001 James E. Hendrix Jr.