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Wireless Design & Development is the leading technical and information resource for wireless design and technology professionals. It brings the latest new products and applications knowledge to those involved in the wireless industry design community. Wireless Design & Development reaches qualified professionals that are the primary decision-makers in their market segments, be it communication systems and equipment, industrial manufacturing/processing, telecommunication systems and equipment, or automotive electronics. They are the design and development engineers and managers responsible for implementing wireless technology in the electronic original equipment manufacturing (OEM) market.

Glen Sundin

Glen Sundin

As Publisher, Glen provides strategic direction for the WDD brand. Glen has worked with Business to Business print and electronic media properties covering Finance, Medical Design Engineering, EOEM Design Engineering and Wireless Design Engineering. He holds a B.A. in Economics from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY and a Masters in Business Administration from Fordham University in New York, NY.

 Beth Campbell

Beth Campbell

Beth Campbell, Editorial Director of the Design Engineering Group, joined ABM in September 2013 after two decades of strategic and operations experience at Thomson, Standard & Poor’s and Reuters as an SVP and Global Editor-in-chief.  Beth understands the competitive challenges facing a dynamic team of print and digital journalists to deliver unique insight to readers.  First a journalist and storyteller, Beth is always looking for feedback to better serve the design engineering community. She has a B.A. in French and a B.A. in Journalism from Penn State.

medium portrait David Mantey

David Mantey

David Mantey is Executive Editor of Wireless Design & Development, Product Design & Development, & Medical Device Technology. In addition to creating and coordinating content for these properties, David writes articles about a number of topics, including critical issues for OEM design engineers, new product developments, and component, system, and applications solutions. He has a B.A. in English and Professional Writing from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse.

Meaghan Ziemba

Meaghan Ziemba

Meaghan Ziemba is Editor for Wireless Design and Development. Meaghan has worked with print and electronic media covering product design in the electronics, medical, automotive, and aerospace industries. She has a B.A. in Professional and Technical Writing from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, and is currently working on her Master's.

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