May 18

pringfield, VA

Warden Associates

Explore the latest advances in RF, specifically in the area of Military and Aerospace applications such as RADAR, Direction Finding and Signal Intelligence. Discover new approaches to Software-Defined-Radio with FPGA and multicore processors for parallel programming challenges. Learn about commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies used to implement a multi-channel, phase-coherent RF recording and playback solution for intelligence validation. Examine how using NEW Peer-to-Peer FPGA technologies , RF engineers can create a new level of high performance applications that lower cost and shortening development cycles.

The RF and Communications Technology Forum is designed for novice and experienced RF engineers, communications and wireless systems engineers, and anyone looking to increase his or her knowledge on this evolving market.

Registration Opens: 04/12/2010 Cost: Free

Contact Name: Katey Gunn

ph: 512-683-5214 email:

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