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A collective blog from the experts in measurement and design, discussing the latest tools for circuit-level modeling through system verification for General RF/uW, 4G Communications, and Aerospace/Defense applications. Learn about these applications and the EDA simulation software, test and measurement equipment and techniques behind state-of-the-art RF, microwave and high speed design.
Eric Taylor is Vice President of Customer Experience and Quality at Agilent Technologies. He joined the company in 1992 at the former Colorado Springs Division. He held a variety of positions before being promoted to product support manager in the Electronic Measurements Division in 1997, where he worked on several cross-EMG processes, such as out-of-box defects. Over the next four years, he held several division marketing positions, including sales and business development manager for the Measurement Products Unit, and division marketing manager for the former Basic, Emerging, System Test (BEST) Division.
Todd Cutler is General Manager at Agilent Technologies’ EEsof organization, responsible for worldwide Marketing, Services, and the ESL Business. Agilent’s EEsof EDA is the industry leader in high-frequency design software. The division’s revenue places it in the top 5 EDA companies.
During Todd’s 30-year career, he helped found the EDA division, which began in 1986 as the computer aided engineering group within Hewlett Packard’s Test and Measurement group. In 1998, Cutler later left H-P to be CEO of Eagleware Corporation, the EDA company that pioneered the affordable Genesys RF and microwave design software. In 2005, he joined Agilent Technologies following its acquisition of Eagleware. Todd earned a BEE from Georgia Tech and an MSEE from Stanford University.
Todd gives us a few of his thoughts as he travels in China.
Barry is a Market Segment Manager responsible for deployment of Agilent’s broad range of RF, microwave, and digital products in the Americas. He has held this position since June of 2007.
Barry started his career in HP’s Manufacturing Test Division in 1984. He has worked as a designer in R&D, R&D Project Manager, and R&D Section Manager. Barry has also done business development, sales support and training and been a manager for product marketing, learning products and support. He has worked in manufacturing and spent time overseas working to deploy specialized equipment into manufacturing. His industry experience spans wireless communications, automotive, aerospace defense and general manufacturing test equipment.
Barry holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Montana State University and a Master of Science from Colorado State University.
Brig Asay manages product planning and strategic marketing for Agilent’s high performance oscilloscope business. Brig joined Agilent Technologies in 2005 as a Technical Support Engineer. During his 5 years with Agilent, he has held the following positions:
Previously to Agilent, Brig worked at Micron Technologies, Inc. as a Test Engineer. Brig graduated with an MBA from Northwest Nazarene University and BS Electrical Engineering from the University of Wyoming. He is a published technical author.
Jodi Zellmer is a product planner at Agilent Technologies specializing in HSPA technologies. She has worked at Agilent and HP for more than 25 years. Jodi graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison with a BS degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Later, she received an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Jay Alexander, VP and GM of Oscilloscope Products Division, joined Agilent (formerly Hewlett-Packard) in 1986 as a Manufacturing and Test Engineer after working on robotics at IBM. Three years later he became Test Engineering Manager for oscilloscopes and logic analyzers. He later moved to oscilloscope R&D as a Software Development Engineer, where he worked on several projects including the design of the original Infiniium user interface. He subsequently served in various R&D management positions, where he played significant roles in establishing and growing the Infiniium, InfiniiVision, and Economy oscilloscope franchises, along with the application-specific solutions business for oscilloscopes. In addition to his R&D roles, Jay spent approximately 5 years in several strategy and marketing positions, including Division Planning Manager, Business Unit Marketing Manager, and Group Strategy and Architecture Manager. Jay earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Colorado. He is a licensed Professional Engineer and a Senior Member of IEEE, and holds 24 US patents.
Liz has been with Agilent for 16 years, and is currently the Applications Marketing and Planning Manager for the Microwave Communications Division. She manages a team of applications experts that are focused on the aerospace and defense, wireless, and EMC markets. She has been responsible for the sales of signal/spectrum analyzers, signal sources, and associated applications, World Wide Signal Analysis Division (SAD) Sales Manager, Operations Manager for Signal Analysis Division (SAD), Market Development Manager (MDM) for the Americas Region, World Wide Aerospace and Defense Initiative Manager, Product Marketing Engineer for Advanced Product Operation, and World Wide Channels Manager.Liz holds a BSEE from Rutgers University (1994), and an MBA from the Boston University Executive MBA Program (2006).
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