Carol McCuen Receives Attendee Choice Award at BITS 2016

Carol McCuen, an RF/Microwave engineer at R&D Altanova, recently presented an award winning presentation at the 2016 BITS workshop. “I’d like to congratulate Carol on winning the Attendee Choice Award. Being selected by your industry peers for best presentation is always a great honor,” said R&D Altanova’s CEO, James Russell. This marks the third year in a row an R&D Altanova staff member has won an award at the annual Burn-in & Test workshop.

Carol's Award BITS 2016

Carol McCuen’s Attendee Choice Award at BITS 2016

The presentation focused on the requirements for taking accurate VNA/PNA S-parameter measurements (DC to 50GHz) of an interconnect, representing only the “socket” and also showing how the measurement parameters in frequency can affect the results when transforming into the time domain.

The presentation also discussed the process of creating an accurate 3D Electromagnetic field model to predict any pin configuration the customer may need. Results from some of the recent laboratory measurements were also included in the presentation, including our 1.0mm (25×25 mil) Invisipins as well as our 0.65mm (16×16 mil) Invisipins.

You can find this presentation by accessing our White Papers & Presentations.

Carol McCuen Receives Attendee Choice Award at BITS 2016

Carol McCuen, an RF/Microwave engineer at R&D Altanova, recently presented an award winning presentation at the 2016 BITS workshop. “I’d like to congratulate Carol on winning the Attendee Choice Award. Being selected by your industry peers for best presentation is always a great honor,” said R&D Altanova’s CEO, James Russell. This marks the third year in a row an R&D Altanova staff member has won an award at the annual Burn-in & Test workshop.

Carol's Award BITS 2016

Carol McCuen’s Attendee Choice Award at BITS 2016

The presentation focused on the requirements for taking accurate VNA/PNA S-parameter measurements (DC to 50GHz) of an interconnect, representing only the “socket” and also showing how the measurement parameters in frequency can affect the results when transforming into the time domain.

The presentation also discussed the process of creating an accurate 3D Electromagnetic field model to predict any pin configuration the customer may need. Results from some of the recent laboratory measurements were also included in the presentation, including our 1.0mm (25×25 mil) Invisipins as well as our 0.65mm (16×16 mil) Invisipins.

You can find this presentation by accessing our White Papers & Presentations.