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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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  • 11.20.2015
  • Vote for the Engineer of the Year!
  • If you are wondering where the finalists came from, they were nominated by readers beginning in September: http://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/designcon-central-/4440284/Celebrate-an-Engineer-
  • 09.24.2015
  • Opinion: Volkswagen’s failure
  • It's a little bit more expensive than gasoline typically. Diesel vehicles cost more at the outset though (as do electric ones). And, there is usually 1 diesel fuel pump per about 9 gasoline ones at most gas stations. The issue now is that gas in the US is about $2/gallon. Which is actually the same price that it was 30 years ago. With gas so cheap, no one really feels the economic advantage of buying either diesel or electric cars. Change comes slowly without real economic or convenience advantages!
  • 09.24.2015
  • Opinion: Volkswagen’s failure
  • I don't think these shenanigans will impact the US diesel market. Consumers just aren't that surprised by this kind of cheating. Diesel already has a reputation for nasty smelling emissions, regardless of the "level." As for their attitude towards diesel engines, the most often times I hear it mentioned is, "Eww, stinks, must be diesel" said in the same tone of voice as "Is that skunk?" I think most US consumers just won't switch to diesel unless there is an economic reason to do so, regardless of whether or not they get the emissions in line.
  • 09.22.2015
  • What you need to know about IBIS 6.1
  • That's true. There is a tutorial, a panel, and several papers on this topic. Full schedule is already live: http://www.designcon.com/santaclara/scheduler/list
  • 05.18.2015
  • When STEM becomes STEAM
  • While I am all for Art & Music education, I agree with you Bill and think it is best served as a separate initiative. Adding anything else to the STEM initiative dilutes the message.