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Originally Broadcast: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Sponsor: Boonton and Noisecom
Duration: 30 Minutes
With smaller geometries, higher operating frequencies and greater levels of integration, manufacturers of 5G devices are forced to perform over the air testing. Peak power sensors and noise sources are an ideal alternative to expensive test equipment for 5G OTA calibration, verification, and measurements. The presentation will address how amplified AWGN noise modules offer a cost-effective alternative for generating OFDM-like signals and peak power sensors offer a fast, simple, cost-effective alternative for measuring signals with high peak-to-average ratios or crest factors to calibrate, verify, and make measurements in over-the-air (OTA) applications.
Walt Strickler, VP and General Manager, Boonton Electronics
Walt Strickler is VP and General Manager of Boonton Electronics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Wireless Telecom Group. He is a seasoned veteran of the test and measurement industry with previous experience at Anritsu, Giga-tronics, Bird Technologies, and Keithley Instruments. Prior to that, Walt worked at the NASA Glenn Resarch Center focused on microwave communications. In addition, Walt has a BSEE and an MBA.
Matthew Diessner, Director of Business Development, Boonton Electronics and Noisecom
Matthew Diessner is Director of Business Development for Boonton Electronics and Noisecom, wholly-owned subsidiaries of the Wireless Telecom Group. Before electronics Matt was a Respiratory Therapist where he found his passion for electronics and switching careers. Matt started working with Boonton Electronics back in the late 70’s. He has worked and learned while at GE, Tektronix, Anritsu, and Transistor Devices before returning to Wireless Telecom Group 14 years ago. Matt has Industrial Electronics Certification from R.E.T.S, ASE in RF Technology.
Dr. Lee McMillan, Director of Engineering, Noisecom
Dr Lee McMillan is Director of Engineering of Noisecom, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Wireless Telecom Group. He has over 20 years of experience in the RF and microwave industry. He has worked for Noisecom for over 17 years and prior to that Filtronic Components Australia for 4 years. His PhD thesis was on Microstrip Leaky Wave Antennas. He studied his BE and PhD at the University of Queensland Australia.