Profile: Joseph Cooper

iNARTE: What is your current role? Joseph: Electronics Technician Master Chief (ETCM) for the U.S. Navy. I am currently stationed onboard U.S.S. Tripoli, a ship currently being constructed in Pascagoula, Mississippi. iNARTE: What is your primary area of expertise? Joseph: Electronics operations and maintenance management (Interior/exterior shipboard communications, radars, and navigation). iNARTE: What certifications do … Read More

Are Engineers the Future of Auditing?

By Christian Thornton As industries evolve, organizations incorporate more technology in to their operations and gain access to large quantities of data. This deluge of data is helping executives change the way their businesses operate and is also changing the way these organizations are audited. For many years, auditors have played a key role in … Read More

iNARTE in the “Big Easy”

By Christian Thornton Last month iNARTE was present at the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity in New Orleans, LA. While there I was afforded the opportunity to give a presentation workshop and host a highly successful exam. Ten engineers sat for various exams during the week and I am … Read More

Profile: General Joe A. Hameed M Sc.

This month, we are proud to celebrate the career and achievements of General Joe A. Hameed M Sc. General Hameed is a microwave specialist and has been an active member of the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE) since 1991 and has been awarded lifetime membership. Throughout his career, General Hameed worked on several … Read More

The iNARTE iNformer

Christian Thornton, Global Business Manager – iNARTE iNARTE cordially invites you to join us at the annual EMC Society Symposium in New Orleans, Louisiana. We will be exhibiting at the event from July 22-26 and would love to meet you to discuss how iNARTE certification can help you in your career. We invite you to … Read More

Limited Bandwidth

By Christian Thornton Going back to 2013 or even earlier, first responders have reported that they are dealing with a growing number of incidents involving interference on radio frequencies meant only for emergency use. Authorities have reported that children are using two-way radios, such as those available for purchase as toys. Unbeknownst to them however, … Read More

Secret Weapons of Hollywood

By Christian Thornton In honor of Women’s History Month in March, I would like to write about an unsung hero of her day and someone who made a tremendous contribution, which is still seen today. Actress Hedy Lamarr was arguably one of the most beautiful women of her time. Although not an engineer, Lamarr made … Read More

Introducing the New iNARTE Spectrum Management Certification Program

By Elya B. Joffe, international technical consultant – iNARTE In this article, we introduce a new and long-awaited iNARTE certification program which is underway—iNARTE Spectrum Management Certification program. Background The availability of adequate spectrum to support commercial, government, and military electronic systems and equipment is critical to maximize mission and performance effectiveness. Spectrum planning and … Read More