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Case Study: Queensboro Community College

Oct. 15, 2020
As an adjunct professor at Queensboro Community College’s electronic engineering program, Enrique Haro was concerned that his students’ education was limited by a lack of equipment. Read more.

The Solution: Haro and QCC partnered with Tektronix to determine which equipment would be the most helpful to their students. Our team worked closely with QCC to deliver an efficient, cost effective, and cutting-edge RF bench solution. The goal was to give students both the tools they needed for any RF project and the experience they needed to have an advantage over other engineering graduates entering the workforce.


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