6 things to Consider when Choosing your Wireless RF Module


Title: 6 things to Consider when Choosing your Wireless RF Module
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour


In the fast growing wireless design and Internet of Things market, the importance of choosing the right wireless RF module is vital to your design and overall company’s success.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Spectral, power, and linearity considerations – and what kinds of features in field instruments to look for to help make that selection
  • The specifications that determine the signals a spectrum analyzer can measure
  • Product features to help you find signal anomalies, or support specific standards or applications
  • Environmental factors like portability, data transfer and remote control

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Wilson Lee
Technical Marketing Manager

Wilson Lee is Senior Manager, Marketing at Tektronix. Previously to joining Tektronix, Wilson has had over 25 years of technical marketing, technical sales leadership roles – with manufacturers such as CTS Electronic Components, as well technical/value add distributors such as Richardson RFPD, and Premier Farnell. Wilson has heavily focused on design and design engineer engagement within the RF/Wireless, Industrial Power, and Industrial Automation market segments.

Wilson earned his Bachelors of Science Degree at Cornell University. While living in NY, Chicago and Asia through his career, he currently resides in Greater Portland, Oregon.

Alan Wolke
Sr. Field Applications Engineer

Alan Wolke is a senior field applications engineer serving customers in the northeastern part of the U.S., focusing primarily on RF and high speed analog and mixed signal applications. He earned his BSEE in 1985 from NJIT and spent the majority of his career involved in various analog circuit design, test and application engineering roles before joining Tektronix in 2006.

In his spare time, he is an active ham radio enthusiast (W2AEW) and enjoys tinkering in his home lab designing and building circuits, as well as debugging, repairing and restoring electronic equipment.

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