Radio development takes many months and usually includes the following stages: proof-of-concept, system design, detail hardware design, hardware prototyping, software/algorithm development, hardware and firmware integration, design cleanup, and production. The vProtean SDR SOM lets you skip to the algorithm development stage of the design. The SOM design includes a RFFE, a highly integrated, dual-channel transceiver, and a FPGA in a very small package and is flexible, high performance, and low enough in DC power to be used for most applications. It will give your hardware team a huge head start and, while your hardware team is transitioning to a final design, your software team can be working on their part of the design. This webinar will provide details on the vProtean SDR SOM and how it can reduce your development time.
Aaron Roof, Chief Technology Officer, Vanteon
Roof is a Ph.D. graduate from the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB) in Electrical Engineering with a focus in Communications and Signal Processing. His area of research is in Software Defined Radio and Signal Classification for which he is a patent holder. In addition to his Ph.D., Roof also received a M.S. degree from UB in 2008 and a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1994 where he has also been a member of the faculty as an adjunct professor. He has 25+ years of experience working in the area of wireless communication systems and Software Defined Radio.