The use of wireless spectrum continues to grow and evolve with the widespread adoption of connected devices and new standards such as 5G. Monitoring these signals of interest is now more important than ever for commercial, government, and defense applications.
As a result of complex waveforms, wider bandwidths, and higher frequencies, the requirements for spectrum monitoring have changed dramatically. Traditional spectrum analysis solutions may not be viable in many scenarios, such as regulatory, technical surveillance countermeasures, and signal intelligence applications.
In this Webinar, we will cover:
The unique issues and challenges that users face when monitoring the spectrum in complex environments
How software-defined radio can overcome these challenges and change the spectrum monitoring landscape
Real-world examples showing how these new capabilities can better monitor signals of interest
The rapid pace of innovation leading to higher frequencies, wider bandwidths, and more complex waveforms
The benefits of Software-Defined Spectrum Analysis solutions in addressing and overcoming these challenges
Real-world case studies and examples in various scenarios, including signals intelligence (SIGINT), technical surveillance counter measures (TSCM), and regulatory applications
Dr. Nikhil Adnani
Thought Leader and Industry Expert
Nikhil has over twelve years of experience in the wireless industry. He has held engineering positions at Nortel and Communications Research Centre Canada. Nikhil has a BS and an MS from the University of Manitoba and a PhD from Carleton University, all in Electrical Engineering.
VP - Microwave Division, BNC
Alex is an innovative, forward-thinking leader with more than 18 years of experience in the Test and Measurment industry; this experience easily bridges the gap from customer to engineering. Alex has a BS in Management from Sonoma State University.
Dr. Don Goodeve
Guest Speaker - Industry Expert
Dr. Don holds a Doctorate in Electronic Systems and a Master of Engineering from the University of York, UK. He has worked as an independent Engineering consultant in Electronic Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Programmable Radio and Software/Hardware co-design since 2003. His interests include high-performance architectures for radio signal processing and the architecture of next-generation wideband software radio. He lives in Victoria on Vancouver Island, Canada.