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I began working in this industry 20+ years ago. Currently, I am the Technical Program Director for DesignCon and handle the DesignCon Central and Wireless/Networking Design Centers on EDN. I also work on the technical program for ARM TechCon. Previously, I served as editor in chief of Test & Measurement World as well as site editor for EETimes’ Memory Designline, RF&Microwave Designline, Test&Measurement Designline, and the EDN T&M and PCB Design Centers. Before joining UBM Tech, I edited the book World Class Designs: RF Front End and worked with numerous publications in staff and freelance capacities, including Microwaves & RF, Wireless Systems Design, Communication Systems Design, Wireless Design Online, and Global Telephony. A member of NASW and ACS, I have a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Delaware and a Master’s Degree from Duquesne University. Janine.love@ubm.com


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  • 01.10.2011
  • 1 Comment(s)
Memory in 2011
  • 12.27.2010
  • 5 Comment(s)
Get a clear view on LTE testing
  • 11.04.2010
  • 1 Comment(s)
HDD: not dead yet?
  • 09.29.2010
  • 1 Comment(s)
More deals for your bookshelf
  • 09.06.2010
  • 1 Comment(s)
RFID Europe stokes momentum
  • 02.11.2011
  • Understanding the RoHS recast
  • Seems like a frightening number of exclusions. Is there much benefit to this program with so many industries beyond restrictions?
  • 02.11.2011
  • Understanding the RoHS recast
  • Seems like a frightening number of exclusions. Is there much benefit to this program with so many industries beyond restrictions?
  • 02.11.2011
  • Understanding the RoHS recast
  • Seems like a frightening number of exclusions. Is there much benefit to this program with so many industries beyond restrictions?
  • 02.11.2011
  • Understanding the RoHS recast
  • Seems like a frightening number of exclusions. Is there much benefit to this program with so many industries beyond restrictions?
  • 04.17.2012
  • Scope roundup
  • I agree with you Steve. We are lucky to do what we do.
  • 11.21.2011
  • Mobile phone fun: Troubleshooting 101
  • Well Frank, it may be that I periodically drop my (non smart) phone, the back pops off and the battery falls out. Thus, an accidental reset!