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Jerry Cornwell ,
Senior Business Development Manager
Presenter
Rob Reeder ,
Senior Systems Engineer

Conquering Your Electronic Countermeasures and Surveillance Design Challenges

This webcast will provide an overview of the challenges and solutions for Electronic Countermeasure, Protection and Surveillance system applications. Wideband signal capture and analysis using next generation RF devices and high speed converters will be discussed including Size, Weight, Power and performance tradeoffs. Example signal chains including a detailed RF frequency conversion will be used to illustrate the methods and techniques shown.
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Gerald Cornwell received his BSEE from New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1967. He has over forty years of experience in this industry addressing all aspects from design and development to production. Prior to joining ADI, he has been at Raytheon working on EW systems, at M/A-COM as Vice President of Engineering of the microwave subsystems group serving the EW, Radar and Missile Markets, Chief Technologist of the Aerospace and Defense division, and at Cobham as Director of Technology in the Business Development group. Mr. Cornwell joined ADI as Senior Business Development Manager for Modules and Subsystems.

Rob Reeder is a senior system application engineer with Analog Devices Inc. in the Industrial and Instrumentation Segment focusing on Military and Aerospace Applications in Greensboro, N.C. He has published numerous papers on converter interfaces, converter testing and analog signal chain design for a variety of applications. Formerly, Rob was an application engineer for the high-speed converter product line for 8 years. His prior experience also includes test development and analog design engineer for the Multi-Chip Products group at ADI designing analog signal chain modules for space, military, and high-reliability applications for 5 years. Rob received his MSEE and BSEE from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill., in 1998 and 1996 respectively. When Rob isn’t writing papers late at night or in the lab hacking up circuits, he enjoys hanging around at the gym, mixing techno music, building furniture out of old pallets and most importantly chilling out with his two boys.