- Buyers Guide
Presented by Mini-Circuits.
Mini-Circuits has developed a family of Portable Test Equipments (PTE) such as Synthesized Signal Generators, Switch Matrices, Frequency Counters, Power Sensors as well as rack mount test solutions. Our PTE can provide quick and accurate test results without big investment in laboratory equipments. When combined with application specific software, these modules can significantly reduce test time and increase production throughput and they are all equipped with built-in user-friendly GUI for all users. Additionally, our modules are fully compatible with 32/64-bit Windows® or Linux® operating systems, as well as LabVIEW®, C++, C#, Visual Basic®, and .NET software. Our products are very useful for engineers in both R/D and production testing.
- Portable Test Equipment - Overview
- Signal Sources - Synthesized Signal Generators
- Signal Processing - Switch Matrices
- Signal Monitoring - Frequency Counters & Power Sensors
- Rack Mount Test Solution - High Speed 4 way splitter tester
Chi Man is currently the Worldwide Portable Test Equipment Applications Manager at MiniCircuits, where he leads the product introduction and marketing of smart power sensors, frequency counters, I/O control boxes, switch matrices, synthesized signal generators, and rack mounted test systems for high speed automated production requirements. Previously also at MiniCircuits as the Applications Manager, he managed and trained the sales team in the promotion of signal- processing components such as VCOs, frequency synthesizers, mixers, power dividers, and filters into both commercial and military markets.
Additionally, Chi Man had served as a Regional Sales Manager at Synergy Microwave and Director of Sales at Johanson Manufacturing prior to joining Sand 9 Boston as the Director of Sales. At Sand 9, he focused in the promotion of MEMS based RF oscillator with applications to the cell phone design platforms.
Chi Man started his career in the laser industry as a research scientist specializing in electro-optics devices with applications in RF communications. He holds a Ph.D. degree in physics from Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) in 1990.
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