Webinar Date: Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Time: 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM (PST)
Speaker: Lee Vishloff, PEng, IEEE WCP, principal engineer
Location: on the Web
Cost: $125 IEEE ComSoc member; $155 IEEE Member; $180 non-member
Event Details & Registration: www.comsoc.org/training/training-calendar/wireless-internet-things-iot-0
Summary: Wireless systems and product design expert Lee Vishloff brings us an information-packed course to keep you up-to-date on the latest in wireless and the Internet of Things. Start with IoT basics. Get familiar with different RF propagation environments and the IoT applications. Gain insights from the heart of radio technology, including:
— RF and antenna performance
— Receiver and transmitter specifications
— Wireless and networking standards.
Learn the requirements to make products legal for sale and potential mistakes to avoid. Participation includes post-event access to recording of the course.
If you are an engineer creating or about to create products for use with Internet of Things applications, join us for this live online course that can help you select a wireless solution for your IoT application. Your participation could be critical to the success of your product.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of the course the participant should understand:
— The main attributes of the major competing wireless technologies
— How to interpret radio specifications
— How to compare two radio modules
— How to select a suitable radio technology
— The requirements to make a product legal for sale
— The common impairments affecting radio performance
Mr. Lee Vishloff is the principal engineer in a wireless consultancy focused on cellular-based M2M solutions and short-range wireless products. He has over 30 years of experience in wireless systems and product design. During his career he has designed a wide range of wireless products including satellite systems, terrestrial radio systems, rural communications, aeronautical and others. Lee brings a wide range of practical experience with hands-on and management experience in wireless telecommunication systems, modem, RF, analog, digital, embedded firmware and mechanical design technologies. He has spent the majority of his career working with equipment manufacturers with stints in the semiconductor and consulting businesses. He has served on numerous joint industry-academic committees during his career, strengthening the link between academic research and practical industry needs. Lee has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia and completed his management education at Simon Fraser University and the AEA/Stanford Executive Institute.