Greg Charvat, Humatics CTO, discusses the company's spinoff form MIT, their micro-location technology and how they are enabling smart cities/factories and autonomous vehicles with more precision than ever.
Deborah Nielsen, Tektronix segment leader for the military and government market, discusses RF measurement trends and challenges in sensing, satellite communications, electronic warfare and the impact of new applications like the IoT.
Hajime Yokota, president, and Shigetoshi Yokota, chief engineer, at Exceed Microwave discuss how their experience and passion for passive components led to the creation of Exceed Microwave and a line of filters, circulators, isolators and switches.
Analog Devices' Bryan Goldstein, GM, and John Cowles, Senior Director of Engineering of the Aerospace & Defense business unit discuss how the combination of ADI, Hittite and Linear Technology have fielded an unmatched technology and product capability to enable the next generation of aerospace and defense systems.
Marie Hattar, Chief Marketing Officer of Keysight Technologies, discusses Keysight’s strategy for supporting the test and measurement needs of its customers in “the heart of the revolution” and shares her experience as a woman in high-tech and her hopes for the next generation.
Anders Storm, CEO of Sivers IMA, explains how the Swedish company has been at the forefront of microwave and millimeter wave technology development, forged a global presence and continues to push the boundaries of innovation.
Ken Karnofsky, senior strategist for signal processing applications at MathWorks, discusses the challenges faced by wireless designers and how EDA tools like MATLAB and Simulink are aiding the development of applications like 5G and autonomous driving.
RF Superstore CEO and co-founder Jason Wright and CTO and co-founder Murray Pasternack discuss the products and services offered by this new distributor and how they intend to win customers in a crowded market.