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JanineLove
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I began working in this industry 19+ years ago. Currently, I cover Wireless/Networking on EDN and memory on EETimes forUBM Tech. I am also the Technical Program Director for DesignCon. Previously, I served as editor in chief of Test & Measurement World as well as site editor for EETimes' RF&Microwave Designline, Test&Measurement Designline, and the EDN T&M Design Center. Before joining UBM Tech, I edited the book World Class Designs: RF Front End and worked with numerous publications in staff and freelance capacities, including Microwaves & RF, Wireless Systems Design, Communication Systems Design, Wireless Design Online, and Global Telephony. A member of NASW and ACS, I have a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Delaware and a Master's Degree from Duquesne University. Janine.love@ubm.com



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