Improving Base Station Design - RF INNOVATIONS

  • Date: ┬áJuly 20, 2016
  • Event Time: 8am PT/ 11am ET

Webinar Overview

This webinar focuses on improving base station design with new RF Innovations to overcome challenges that base station manufacturer’s face due to the more crowded spectrum to meet the higher dynamic range requirements in base stations. With Multi-Carriers, base stations must receive or transmit low-level carriers in the presence of larger carriers while not masking the low level carriers. With wider RF bandwidths, RF filtering is less effective resulting in more in-band high level blockers. With higher Transmit and Receive frequencies, RF IC linearity typically decreases and Noise Figure increases. In the webinar we will discuss how these challenges are overcome with the new RF Innovations.

 

Presenter Bio:

Baljit Chandhoke has over 15 years of experience in customer facing roles within the semiconductor industry driving high-impact initiatives for global companies. Extensive collaboration with customers, with onsite customer meetings world-wide to understand current system challenges and needs, drive design wins, define new leading edge products for consumer, networking, wire-less, RF applications. Baljit has authored multiple articles published in leading industry publications, you-tube videos and webinars.

Baljit is working as Marketing Manager for RF Products at Integrated Device Technologies, responsible for new product definition, product marketing and interfacing with customers globally to help them meet their design challenges, since 2011. Prior to joining IDT, Baljit worked as Product Marketing Manager at ON Semiconductor from 2006 - 2011 and as Senior Applications Engineer at Cypress Semiconductor working on PLL SerDes and Video Equalizers from 2003 - 2006. Baljit completed Executive Education on Managing Teams for Innovation and Success from Stanford in 2014, completed his Master’s in Business Administration (M.B.A) from Arizona State University in 2009, M.S. in Telecommunications from University of Colorado Boulder in 2003 and got his Bachelors in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering from University of Mumbai, India in 2000.