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2015 IEEE Chicago Symposium and Exhibition
Nov 5th 2015
Topic: Modular Wireless RF Transmitters
Speaker: Steve Laya
Every day more-and-more machines and sensors are being interconnected and networked for the purpose of gathering data and optimizing performance of the systems these devices serve.
Machine-to-machine (M2M) connected devices are rapidly growing beyond their personal and local area networks and are being connected to the Internet. Once given an IP address and connected to the “Cloud”, networks or devices and can monitored and analyzed to improve operations, deliver new services, or provide helpful insight about the human interactions with these systems.
Certainly the common wired connections such as Ethernet, CAN, or USB are an important foundation in M2M networking and communications. However it’s the radio frequency transceivers, whose wireless links are cutting out the cords in the network, that are devices creating the seemingly limitless opportunities for a connected world.
This presentation will focus on modular wireless RF transmitters and will provide an overview of their role in M2M and IoT applications. The topic will cover the design features which constitute a FCC or Industry Canada “modular” wireless transmitter and outline the regulatory steps manufacturers and technology enablers need to follow to use modular transmitters in their devices. The steps for implementing these devices will be described for pre-certified modular radios but will also briefly touch on the full modular certification process as well.
6:00-7:00pm Octoberfest Social Hour (Includes Octoberfest food & drink)
7:00-7:30pm Chapter announcements
7:30-8:15pm Technical Presentation
No cost, pre-registration is required.
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IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members—advised and proctored by an IEEE member, and often supported by an IEEE Student Branch—compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems.
IEEEXtreme 9.0 will be held 24 October 2015 00:00:00 UTC.
Registration will be open through 12 October 2015.
“Current Limiting Protector : A 30 Year Old Technology That Can Provide Improved Arc Flash Protection and Current Limitation” by Dr. Jay Prigmore
Professor Mahesh Krishnamurth
Presentation: Software Safety Evaluations 101 –
As product/system complexity continues to increase – so does the reliance on software to perform safety functionality. This lecture will introduce the software safety certification global landscape, the whys and how’s of UL LLC’s software safety evaluations, and an introduction to accepted software development life cycles and concepts. After the lecture there will be a Q/A session to address any specific areas of interest for the group.
About the Speakers –
Jason Smith and Vladimir Ivetic are Staff Engineers at UL LLC. Combined they have over 25 years of experience in product safety evaluations with a majority of that time spent performing software safety evaluations for products ranging from residential, medical to industrial applications.
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October 26, 2015 so we have an idea of how many attendees
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