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October 2016

Overview of Software Defined Networking (SDN)

October 6, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: C 16 SDN creates a network data path/control plane dichotomy for the purpose of centralizing network state and policy. The SDN control plane is realized by "controller" software that runs on commodity general-purpose computer hardware, and the switches that create the data paths, are general-purpose devices that forward packets on the basis of rules that are installed by their controller. In this talk, our speaker will outline an SDN-based security system that he is developing that provides users…

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November 2016

A New Theoretical Approach for Impulse Response of a rectangular enclosure and its Numerical Extension

November 3, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

A classical response of the planar surface to a point source is extended to an analytical model of a 3-D enclosure response. The challenge of estimating an exact absorption coefficient of the enclosure for a given reverberation time has been addressed in this work. The presented approach is not limited to the volume, characteristic property and the operating frequency of the enclosure. This theoretical exposition is based on the wave mechanics of the point source and its mirror images in…

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SubZero ice cream presentation

November 17, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Co-sponsored by: PACE, NCC IEEE STUDENT branch How to make ice cream with liquid nitrogen..its cool.. and in good taste Location: 495 Amherst st Nashua, New Hampshire 03063

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Cybersecurity and the SISMAT Experience

November 21, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

The purpose of SISMAT is to provide a boot camp for community college students in the area of Cybersecurity. Students will share their experience and their knowledge of Cybersecurity. Common forms of attacks on the network will be discussed. Examples of man in the middle, denial of service and ARP table flooding will be presented. Students will demonstrate how to use scripts and tools like Kali Linux to protect systems against attacks. Speaker(s): Jonathon Sweeney, Troy Archie and Andrew Basinas,…

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About Oracle Spatial and Graph

November 22, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

TBA Speaker(s): DR. BARIS M. KAZAR, Agenda: TBA Location: Bldg: NEDC BUILDING 1 ORACLE DRIVE NASHUA, New Hampshire 03062

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March 2017

IEEE Collabratec: An Introduction

March 23, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: mbkazar@gmail.com This talk will help audience get familiar with IEEE Collabratec tool which is a very cool social media feature. This is a Lunch time meeting.   Speaker(s): Ms. Dena Hoffman, Ms. Kristen Mahan, Ms. Julie Bernicker and Ms. Tiffany McKerahan Agenda: 1. Pizza and Refreshments 2. Introduction of Speakers: Ms. Dena Hoffman, Ms. Kristen Mahan, Ms. Julie Bernicker and Ms. Tiffany McKerahan 3. Talk 4. Questions Location: Bldg: NCC Campus 505 Amherst St NASHUA, New Hampshire

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IEEE Collabratec: An Introduction

March 23, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: mbkazar@gmail.com This talk will help audience get familiar with IEEE Collabratec tool which is a very cool social media feature. This is a Lunch time meeting.   Speaker(s): Ms. Julie Bernicker, Ms. Kristen Mahan Agenda: 1. Pizza and Refreshments 2. Introduction of Speakers: Ms. Julie Bernicker abd Ms. Kristen Mahan 3. Talk 4. Questions Location: Bldg: NCC Campus 505 Amherst St NASHUA, New Hampshire

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IEEE Collabratec: An Introduction

March 23, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

TBD Speaker(s): Ms. Dena Hoffman, Ms. Kristen Mahan, Ms. Julie Bernicker and Ms. Tiffany McKerahan Agenda: 1. Pizza and Refreshments 2. Introduction of Speker: Ms. Dena Hoffman 3. Talk 4. Questions Location: Bldg: NCC Campus 505 Amherst St NASHUA, New Hampshire

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April 2017

Spies, Lies and Sunken Subs – a glimpse into the cold war

April 18, 2017 @ 11:59 am - April 19, 2017 @ 2:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: NHCC Nashua Student Branch Chapter In 1968 the Soviet Union sub K129 sunk in the Pacific Ocean, a few months later the USS Scorpion sunk in the Atlantic - in November RM Nixon was elected -- and in his term he established relationships with China and signed the first nuclear arms limitation agreement with the Soviet Union (SALT1) -- are these events related in some way? The real secrets are still being held secret -- what do we…

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May 2017

DML, May 17: Smart RFIC: Millimeter-wave Gigabit Transceivers with Digitally-enabled Built-in Self-calibration and Auto-switching Functions

May 17, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Co-sponsored by: MTT-S NH Chapter, MTT-S Boston Chapter, Association of Old Crows Granite State Chapter Presentation:  Smart RFIC: Millimeter-wave Gigabit Transceivers with Digitally-enabled Built-in Self-calibration and Auto-switching Functions   In our daily life, we have smart phones, smart TVs, or even auto-pilot smart cars in the future.  In our engineer careers, we have smart antenna, smart baseband chips, but we still need auto-calibration smart RFICs.  Especially for millimeter-wave RFICs with giga-hertz bandwidth, the narrow-band baseband calibration cannot compensate the broadband…

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September 2017

Analysis of Modern Radar and Electronic Warfare Signals Utilizing Advanced RF Measurement Techniques

September 14, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: IEEE MTT-S NH Chapter / IEEE ComSig NH Chapter / Association of Old Crows Granite State Roost Abstract: Modern Radar and Electronic Warfare Systems rely on sophisticated signal processing and complex RF modulation on pulse.   Without proper signal design verification, these techniques may not be effective during critical engagements which could be catastrophic. Determining a Radar’s ability to successfully detect/track targets or an EW systems ability to identify threats and avoid detection/tracking can be challenging. This paper discusses advanced RF signal analysis and RF pulsed signal capture techniques (variable segment length, gapless capture, de-interleaving,…

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October 2017

The Role of Provisional Patents in Consulting

October 16, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Luis Figarella, PE has over 20 years of experience as a practicing engineer and Patent Agent and is an author of books, articles, and courses, as well as an inventor with 14 issued US patents as a named inventor, and over 35 issued/allowed US Patents for his clients.  He will lead our discussion of Provisional Patents. Topics to be covered are: How an engineering notebook can be a liability to a client, How a provisional is NOT a disclosure, How…

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December 2017

IEEE Town Hall

December 13, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This town hall meeting is a chance for you to provide feedback to IEEE on how it is doing.  This will be a discussion of what IEEE is doing well and not so well, in regards getting and keeping membership. If you are a member, please pass a link to this meeting on to colleagues who are not IEEE members.  Ideally, we are looking for a mix of members and non-members. The meeting is limited to 10 people, so please…

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March 2018

Joint IEEE MTT NH / AOC NH, DML Meeting “Everything You Can Do With Vector Nonlinear Microwave Measurements” Prof Patrick Roblin

March 15, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: Association of Old Crows, New Hampshire Chapter Everything You Can Do With Vector Nonlinear Microwave Measurements The advent of nonlinear vector network analyzers (NVNA) has stimulated the introduction of new paradigms in microwave engineering for (1) the measurement, (2) the modeling and (3) the design of nonlinear microwave circuits such as microwave power amplifiers and oscillators. This talk will start with a review of vector large-signal microwave measurements for the acquisition of the phases and amplitudes of the…

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Joint IEEE MTT-S NH / IEEE MTT-S Boston / Associations of Old Crows NH, DML Meeting: “Everything You Can Do With Vector Nonlinear Microwave Measurements” Prof Patrick Roblin

March 15, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Co-sponsored by: Association of Old Crows, New Hampshire Chapter / IEEE MTT-S Boston Chapter / IEEE MTT-S NH Chapter Everything You Can Do With Vector Nonlinear Microwave Measurements The advent of nonlinear vector network analyzers (NVNA) has stimulated the introduction of new paradigms in microwave engineering for (1) the measurement, (2) the modeling and (3) the design of nonlinear microwave circuits such as microwave power amplifiers and oscillators. This talk will start with a review of vector large-signal microwave measurements…

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