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Bill Whitlock

Consultant, Whitlock Consulting

Skills: Analog Circuit Design, Technical Writing, Lecturing

Career Summary:

Bill Whitlock has designed professional audio/video electronics for 40 years and was president and chief engineer of Jensen Transformers from 1989 to 2014. He’s helped tens of thousands understand grounding and signal interfaces in real-world systems … and debunk the rampant myths. His writings include AES papers, magazine articles, Jensen application notes, and chapters in the books "Handbook for Sound Engineers" and “Audio Engineering Explained.” He’s lectured at many universities, including MIT. He’s active in AES and IEC standards work and is a UL standards technical panel member. His trade-show classes are so popular that NSCA students voted him technical instructor of the year in 2009 and 2010. He holds six patents and is a Life Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and a Life Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers IEEE). He is located in Oxnard, CA and does consulting (including teaching) through Whitlock Consulting - see his website at

Specialties: System Noise Control, Analog Circuit Design

Current Roles:

Product & System Engineering, Writing & Lecturing


ASEE, PTEC, Clearwater, FL 1965
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