Technical Education Webinar Series
Title: The Basics of Modern Spectrum Analysis
Date: November 4, 2021
Time: 8am PT / 11am ET
Sponsored by: SAF North America
Presented by: Jean-Jacques DeLisle, Principal of Information Exchange Services
Spectrum analysis is a key tool in the modern world of RF and wireless technologies. Spectrum analysis techniques are employed throughout the laboratory, automated test, and field environments to characterize, qualify, and diagnose/troubleshoot issues with virtually all wireless and RF devices/systems. It is essential for the modern radio engineer to understand the basics of modern spectrum analysis, which differs somewhat from legacy spectrum analysis. This webinar provides insights into these basics of modern spectrum analysis, and aims to provide the audience with an introduction to key spectrum measurement concepts geared toward navigating the operation of a modern spectrum analyzer.
Jean-Jacques (JJ) DeLisle attended the Rochester Institute of Technology, where he graduated with a BS and MS degree in Electrical Engineering. While studying, JJ pursued RF/microwave research, wrote for the university magazine, and was a member of the first improvisational comedy troupe @ RIT. Before completing his degree, JJ contracted as an IC layout and automated test design engineer for Synaptics Inc. After 6 years of original research--developing and characterizing intra-coaxial antennas and wireless sensor technology--JJ left RIT with several submitted technical papers and a U.S. patent.
Further pursuing his career, JJ moved with his wife, Aalyia, to New York City. Here, he took on work as the Technical Engineering Editor for Microwaves & RF magazine. At the magazine, JJ learned how to merge his skills and passion for RF engineering and technical writing.
In the next phase of JJ’s career, he moved on to start his company, RFEMX, seeing a significant need in the industry for technically competent writers and objective industry experts. Progressing with that aim, JJ expanded his companies scope and vision and started Information Exchange Services (IXS).
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