Author: Andreas Richard

Andreas Richard, Project Manager Hardware, gets a kick out of solving what at first appears to be impossible. He’s fascinated by the complexity of cellular systems and thrives on the challenge to develop optimal hardware solutions to host our measurement software, enabling customers to collect accurate data in the most reliable and cost-efficient way. With a Master of Science in Information and Communication Technologies and a B.Sc. in Microtechnology, he’s blogging about embedded computing and electrotechnology with a focus on internal antenna design and processing modules.

By | May 11, 2017 | 845 views

How temperature affects system design: the basics (part 1 of 3)

In system design, temperature is a crucial factor to be considered. It can affect signal integrity, user equipment, and ultimately user experience. Our systems have to work at -40°C (-40°F) for our customers in Canada and Russia as well as at +45°C (104°F) for our customers in Dubai. This wide temperature range of 85°C (144°F) is very demanding on any…

 
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By | December 18, 2016 | 424 views

How phone design affects system design

In our introduction to how system design enhances the quality and reliability of measurements, we hinted at a myriad of key factors that have an effect on end-user experience, one of them being the device itself and the technologies it supports. In this post, we will look at the evolution of phone design and how it impacts the engineering and designing…

 
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