Background: Wireless communication physical layer hardware implementations from antenna to modem both in analog and digital domains; Microwaves & RF, Analog, Data Conversion, and Digital (FPGA).
Dan is an engineer at Microchip (Formerly Micrsemi, formerly Symmetricom) and teaches DSP and Python for the Boston Section IEEE. The next course coming up is starting Thursday, October 1 as a live webinar titled "Python Applications for Digital Design and Signal Processing": http://ieeeboston.org/%20python-for-signal-processing/
For more info about Dan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danboschen
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