Choosing an RF Consultant for Your Wireless Widget Project
Jim Ussallis, National Wireless, Inc.
So you need an RF consultant, eh?
There are several warning signs that occur during a project that employs wireless that indicate an RF consultant is necessary for that project. Jim will cover some of these critical areas where a consultant can provide insight before and during project development.
So, how is this consultant picked from the crowd?
Jim will lead us thru some of the steps provide for a good fit between the task and consultant. He will also cover items that both the consultant, and you, should bring to the table before starting and while working on the project.
So, where is this crowd of RF consultants?
If you follow the trade advertisements, you might conclude that RF consulting is now dying vocation, replaced by the latest software ‘solution.’ Within this discussion, Jim will provide some advice to help you on that elusive search for the consultant (or software) that provides this good fit between you and your project..
Jim has been an independent consultant since 1987, a microwave and antenna engineer since 1972. His specialities are RF circuits, microwave circuits, microwave systems, and antennas. His designs are in many wireless widgets, military systems, and commercial security products. Prior to “going on his own,” he was with MITRE, Georgia Tech, Kollmorgen, and Lincoln Lab.
No charge for Consultants Network members or non-members. The meeting is free and open to the public. Casual dress.
The Consultants Network meeting starts at 6:30 PM. The meeting location is at Microsoft Corp, 201 Jones Road, 6th Floor MPR-A, Waltham, MA. From Route 128 take Exit 26 (Route 20 East or Weston Street). Turn left onto Stow Street and then left again onto Route 117 or Main Street. Drive back over route 128, and Jones Road is the second left.
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