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Sep 26, 2013

What's Happening with Smartphones and Tablets?

Commentary on new smartphones and tablets and the latest industry acquisitions....More
Sep 16, 2013

Is there really a shortage of engineers?

Real and imagined engineering shortages....More
Sep 10, 2013

Apple Launches New iPhone 5S and 5C

Features of Apple's new iPhone 5S and 5C and the iOS 7 operating system....More
Sep 04, 2013

The Best Wireless Device Ever Invented

Editor's choice of the best wireless device....More
Aug 25, 2013

7 More Things Colleges Should Teach EEs

Follow up to previous blog on engineering education....More
Aug 19, 2013

What's in the new Apple iPhone?

Opinion regarding what may be in Apple's next iPhone 5S....More
Aug 05, 2013

The end of TV as we know it.

How conventional TV is giving way to over the top TV and other Internet variations....More
Jul 22, 2013

What should colleges be teaching EE’s?

Thoughts and recommendations for academia on EE curriculum and courses....More
Jul 02, 2013

Category 8 Cable. Really?

Introduction to the TIA's new Cat 8 cable standard for data centers....More
Jun 10, 2013

What I Saw at the International Microwave Symposium

Highlights of IMS in Seattle June 2-7....More
May 24, 2013

CTIA 2013: Your Mobile Future Revealed

What happened at the CTIA wireless conference May 21-23....More
May 13, 2013

A 5G wireless cell phone is in your future.

A brief look at what a future 5G cellular network may be like....More
May 06, 2013

How much do you really know about wireless?

If you work with wireless you obviously know enough to do your job competently. But how much to you really know? Wireless is a huge complex subject....More
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Lou Frenzel

Lou Frenzel is the Communications Technology Editor for Electronic Design Magazine where he writes articles, columns, blogs, technology reports, and online material on the wireless, communications...
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