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Mike Siegler

Director of Engineering,
Etherios Wireless Design Services

Mike Siegler has a BA in mathematics, a BS in electrical engineering, and a master’s degree in the management of technology (MoT). He has worked in engineering and technology development for the last 15 years at firms such as Seagate Technology, Medtronic, General Electric, and United Technologies. Currently, he serves as the director of engineering at Etherios Wireless Design Serviceswhere he is responsible for leading the technical teams that work with customers to enable cellular connectivity in their products. In this role, he helps customers navigate the often complex regulatory landscapes on hundreds of projects each year across various industries such as medical, automotive, aerospace, security, agriculture, militaryand consumer. He can be reached at Mike.Siegler@etherios.com.

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Oct 7, 2015

Building Home or Very Small Office Electronic-Circuit Prototypes, Part 1 3

This first part in a series goes through the steps of creating a preliminary design for a small and inexpensive hobbyist/limited-technology-prototype build-and-test capability....More
Sep 16, 2015

What is All This Nanogenerator Stuff, Anyway?

Nanogenerators, which harvest energy from the environment, could be the next big thing in renewable energy....More
Aug 11, 2015

Proof-of-Concept Prototypes versus Manufacturing Design Preparations 4

I have designed many early-stage proof-of-concept (POC) circuits, and observed many others do the same thing. It seems that there is often a huge disconnect between clients and engineers, though, when it comes to the goals of a POC design. In simple terms, an engineer worth his salt will overdesign an early POC circuit. This is because Murphy’s law always applies, and POCs are about overcoming unknowns. By overdesigning the circuit, one is able to prove the client’s product POC can be made to work, and quickly....More

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