Arpad L. Scholtz was born in Kecskemet (Hungary). In 1956 he moved to Austria and received the Austrian citizenship in 1960. He studied Telecommunications at the Technical University of Vienna, where he earned his Masters degree in 1972 and the Doctor degree in 1976, both with distinction. From 1972 to 1982 Mr. Scholtz worked as an assistant professor for radio frequency engineering at the Institute of Communications and Radio-Frequency Engineering. Since 1982 to now Arpad L. Scholtz additionally acts as lecturer, and in 1992 he was given the title of an associate professor.
Arpad L. Scholtz is author or coauthor of more than two hundred scientific publications. He teaches radio frequency engineering with emphasis to electronic circuit design, antennas, and point-to-point radio communications.