The Evolving Architecture of Military Communication Systems
In this webinar, we’ll explore the different
bands of Military Communications including advantages and disadvantages for
each. We will talk briefly about the shift toward Software Defined Radios (SDR)
and what that means for system designers today. We will then talk about the
Tx/Rx signal chains for these radios traditionally and where they are heading in
the future including discussion on some of the key Analog and Mixed Signal
technology driving these changes. Finally we will end with a brief discussion
tying everything together.
Who should attend:
Students interested in radio communications. Managers and Marketing
professionals interested in the latest drivers of Military Communications. Also
design Engineers who are working on analog or mixed signal semiconductors,
application engineers working with Military Communications Companies, and anyone
interested in the evolution of these communication systems.
Shane Foss, Systems Applications
Engineer, Military and Aerospace Group, Analog Devices
is a Systems Applications Engineer in the Military and Aerospace Group at Analog
Devices, Inc. (Wilmington, MA). He joined ADI in 2001 and has held a variety of
engineering roles focusing on Automatic Test Equipment ASICs, High Speed
Comparators, Military Communication Systems, and Avionics. He graduated with an
Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst,
MA in 2001.
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