Fairport, NY (September 8, 2015) The week of August 17, 2015 hosted the 19th annual Microchip MASTERs conference in Phoenix, AZ. This well-honed event featured seminars, classes, training, demonstrations and some good ole fun. With attendees from all over the world in excess of 1000 field engineers, managers and executives from Microchip, this event provided a remarkable opportunity to learn and meet peers as well as experts who develop embedded solutions.
With this backdrop, Vanteon had the opportunity to introduce and present one of its latest products: the vImpulse Micropower Long Range Wireless Transceiver. vImpulse is a Software Defined Radio based integrated module featuring broad capabilities in both near and very long range communication while consuming as low a power level as possible. Attendance at the Showcase event was strong with hundreds of participants learning about vImpulse.
â€śEven before I was set up, a line had formed to learn about vImpulse and didnâ€™t stop until long after the Showcase ended. It was a strong success!â€ť said Doug Fenster. Doug is a Senior Principal Engineer at Vanteon contributing in the architecture, development and implementation of leading edge embedded projects.
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