For OTA medical patient monitoring systems, wireless coexistence can be lifesaving

presented by Dr. Pascal Hervé and Naseef Mahmud

Webinar: For OTA medical patient monitoring systems, wireless coexistence can be lifesaving

This webinar is intended for engineers who design or test medical electronic equipment or other electronic equipment used in the proximity so also affected by coexistence issues.

We will start with an introduction to the relevant wireless technologies and coexistence challenges. After considering compliance regulations and standards, we will take a closer look at test plan development, and implementing lab testing including radiated anechoic chambers and calibration, before decribing the necessary measurements.

Practical examples are used to illustrate both the challenges of, and solutions for, correlating real life environments including worst case scenarios.


Naseef Mahmud received his Master’s Degree in Electrical, IT and computer engineering with a focus on communication engineering from the RWTH Aachen University in Germany. Since then he has served in multiple roles at the test & measurement company, Rohde & Schwarz. Over the years, Naseef had the unique opportunity to work with and gain industry insights from some of the biggest companies in multiple industries. He holds multiple patents in the field of satellite, IoT and automotive testing. Naseef has established himself as a trusted advisor for the topic of over the air testing and coexistence testing for Rohde & Schwarz as well as their customers. He represents Rohde & Schwarz at different standardization bodies around the world such as at ETSI, REDCA and ANSI.

Naseef Mahmud