How a Multifunction Open-Source Device Helps Companies with Development, Testing and R&D

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Most people have heard of Swiss Army knives. They are the very symbol of precision, versatility, portability, and quality. Red Pitaya, with its many applications, offers the same type of versatility. The high sampling rate and network connectivity of our products offer extreme precision at a price point not found anywhere else. These tools will allow you to slash testing, R&D, and prototyping costs.

Engineers in automotive, aerospace, advanced research, and telecommunications use Red Pitaya for test automation or concept prototyping. All products are open source and license-free, which means absolutely no additional costs in the future. Control Red Pitaya with Matlab, Labview, or Python, as the web user interface and ethernet connectivity afford remote access, and Xilinx Zynq with FPGA and CPU provides high processing capabilities and flexibility for user applications.

In this webinar, learn from Red Pitaya’s product manager and Richardson RFPD’s engineering team about the use of Red Pitaya and its countless applications. Gain insight into how companies like NASA, Bosch and Rohde & Schwarz leverage Red Pitaya’s flexibility.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn how Red Pitaya can help reduce testing and development costs
  • Discover how companies like NASA, Bosch and Rohde & Schwarz use Red Pitaya for concept prototyping and test automation
  • Explore exclusive insights from a Richardson RFPD engineer


Nicu Irimia, Product Manager, Red Pitaya

Nicu Irimia advises our customers and works closely with the CTO. He graduated from the Technical Military Academy in Romania as an electronics engineer And accumulated 10 years of experience as an RF field engineer in a military institution before transferring to sales. Irimia then worked as a technical sales engineer at one of the largest electronics companies in the world, National Instruments. He has now been working as a product manager at Red Pitaya for more than three years,with tasks ranging from sales to business development and technical support.

Ian Collins, Head of Engineering, EMEA, Richardson RFPD

Ian Collins has over 20 years of experience with RF and wireless, instrumentation and communication applications. He received a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Microelectronics from University College Cork, Ireland, and worked in a variety of applications engineering roles at Analog Devices before joining Richardson RFPD. When not designing or debugging RF circuits, Collins spends time with his young family, and enjoys theater and acting, both on and off the stage.

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