Future Directions in RF Test & Measurement
An April 7th Microwaves & RF-hosted webinar with key Editorial Advisory Board members.
Date: Friday, April 7, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT / 8:00 AM PT / 3:00 PM GMT
Duration: 1 Hour
The myriad of wireless connectivity technologies prevalent today makes the landscape for RF design and test engineers an ever shifting one. Engineers must determine whether RF electronics function properly: Can the DUT withstand the onslaught of neighboring emitters, or is the DUT wreaking havoc for other services? What about the steady stream of new and updated standards for wireless services such as 5G/6G, broadband, satellite, radar, navigation, and IoT-related standards such as NB-IoT, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, LoRa, and more.
This webinar, the second in a 2023 series of events with members of Microwaves & RF’s Editorial Advisory Board, will examine future technology trends in RF test, considering technology drivers and the changing requirements of RF design and test engineers.
Daniel Monopoli | Chief Technology Officer | Wireless Telecom Group
Daniel Monopoli was appointed Chief Technology Officer of Wireless Telecom Group, in June 2017. He joined the company in September 2015 as the General Manager of the Test and Measurement segment, which includes the Boonton Electronics, Holzworth Instrumentation and Noisecom business units. Previously, Daniel held various positions of increasing responsibility in Applications Engineering, Product Management and Marketing at Teledyne LeCroy for 13 years. He holds an MBA from Columbia University, Master of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Binghamton University.
Nizar Messaoudi | Product Manager, High Performance VNAs | Keysight Technologies
Nizar Messaoudi is the Product Manager for Performance Network Analyzers at Keysight Technologies. He has over 15 years of measurement applications or RF test equipment experience including: vector network analyzers, signal generators, and signal analyzers. Nizar started his career as an RF Application Engineer at Keysight, supporting customers and enabling their success in 2016. Prior to joining Keysight, Nizar taught at the University of Waterloo, training well over 3000 engineers in the art of making RF measurements and managing the undergraduate RF and microwave laboratory. Nizar received his Master of Applied Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 2009.