RF’s Unseen Adversary & Why You Should Care
This Webinar, “Cellular Interference – Radio Frequencies’ Unseen Adversary,” is a discussion focusing on the most common cause for poor cellular service and performance – RF Interference (RFI).
RFI can present itself in many forms and can stem from a multitude of sources, such as:
- Failing or improperly installed external repeater solutions
- Failed external radio frequency and non-radio frequency devices
- Passive Intermodulation (internal), also known as PIM
- External Inter Cell Interference
RFI issues can be recognized and prevented with proper network design and planning, quality equipment, and installation from certified professionals.
In this webinar you will learn:
What is radio frequency interference and the types and causes of radio frequency interference
- How it benefits the end user
- Radio frequency mitigation techniques and hardware
Professional development hours are available.
Date and Time
Thursday, March 18, 2021
2 PM CST
About Our Presenter
Taylor M. Underwood, P.E.
Telecommunications Engineer, M S Benbow & Associates
Taylor is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering – Electronics, Optics, and Semiconductor Physics. After college Taylor developed embedded systems for military and commercial applications. Taylor gained experience in wireless communications at AT&T where he was responsible for the optimization and design of AT&T’s cellular networks in the Gulf States region. Most recently, he has focused on implementation for the “Big 3” and the private sector. Electronics, computers, and the pursuit of knowledge are his life’s passion, and he have never met a challenge that he couldn’t overcome through teamwork and a desire to push the limits that constrain us in our minds!
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