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Mark Waddell
Mark Waddell
Mark Waddell
Job Title: Lead Research Engineer
Company: BBC

Mark Waddell joined the BBC in 1988 after graduating from Lancaster University. He initially specialised in RF radio receiver and transmitter design and subsequently worked on FPGA designs used in digital modems, video coders, diversity receivers and the BBC's first COFDM wireless cameras.  More recently he has specialised in radio spectrum engineering matters, including the technical challenges of utilising the UHF TV white space. He contributed to the CEPT SE43 studies and led the BBC TVWS projects on the Isle of Bute and Cambridge. He is currently researching UHF coexistence issues and leading the BBC work on future applications of the TV white space.
 

Mark's Biography

Mark Waddell joined the BBC in 1988 after graduating from Lancaster University. He initially specialised in RF radio receiver and transmitter design and subsequently worked on FPGA designs used in digital modems, video coders, diversity receivers and the BBC's first COFDM wireless cameras.  More recently he has specialised in radio spectrum engineering matters, including the technical challenges of utilising the UHF TV white space. He contributed to the CEPT SE43 studies and led the BBC TVWS projects on the Isle of Bute and Cambridge. He is currently researching UHF coexistence issues and leading the BBC work on future applications of the TV white space.
 

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