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ATI Course Positions Engineers to Benefit as Radio Technology Embraces Software
Jim Jenkins - Applied Technology Institute Jim Jenkins - Applied Technology Institute
Riva, MD
Monday, December 23, 2013

The march of radio technology from its traditional reliance on hardware toward software-based systems heralds new career opportunities for radio and digital signal processing engineers—and Applied Technology Institute (ATIcourses) is ready with a program dedicated to this exciting field.

ATI's course on software-defined radio (SDR) engineering is designed especially for professionals looking to capitalize as radio sheds its traditional reliance on dedicated hardware in favor of more flexible computer technology. Set for January 21–23, 2014, in Columbia, MD, the program will explore the concepts and techniques that underlie software-defined radio systems and expose participants to the full SDR design process.

The course will ground participants in the differences between legacy radio technology and the software-oriented approach—and position them to lead discussions about the practical applications and advantages of SDR technology. The course will also offer a through treatment of both analog and digital receiver design, with an emphasis on flexible architectures. Finally, the course will cover key trends in the software-defined radio and explore the future director of this sector.

The program will be led by Dr. John M. Reyland, an electrical engineer with more than 20 years of experience in digital communications design for commercial and military applications. Dr. Reyland holds a doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of Iowa.

For further details about ATI's course on software-defined radio engineering, including registration and tuition information, visit www.aticourses.com/Software_Defined_Radio_Engineering.htm.
About Applied Technology Institute (ATIcourses or ATI)

ATIcourses is a national leader in professional development seminars in the technical areas of space, communications, defense, sonar, radar, engineering, and signal processing. Since 1984, ATIcourses has presented leading-edge technical training to defense and NASA facilities, as well as DOD and aerospace contractors. ATI’s programs create a clear understanding of the fundamental principles and a working knowledge of current technology and applications. ATI offers customized on-site training at your facility anywhere in the United States, as well as internationally, and over 200 annual public courses in dozens of locations. ATI is proud to have world-class experts instructing courses. For more information, call 410-956-8805 or 1-888-501-2100 (toll free), or visit them on the web at www.ATIcourses.com.

Note: Accredited media are invited to attend for free.
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