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Founder & President
  Servenger LLC
  9220 SW Barbur Blvd
  STE-119 PMB-333
  Portland, Oregon 97219

Mobile:  (503) 860-5594
Fax:       (503) 214-8279
Steve Wetterling
BSEE and MSEE from Stanford University, 1974.
MBA from University of Portland, 1979.  

Thirty years experience as an engineer, manager, author and entrepreneur for products that have sold more than USD$1 Billion.
Director of Engineering, PowerWAN, Inc., Oregon Design Center
VC funded start up developing products for Internet access over AC power lines

Director of Engineering, NatSteel Electronics, Hillsboro Operations
New Product Introduction plus redesign of existing products after the NEC factory was sold to NatSteel

Group Manager, NEC America, Oregon Plant, for Value Added Engineering
Brought newly developed electronic products into mass production at NEC Oregon Plant

Group Manager, NEC America, Telephone Transmission Development Division
Manager for development of new fiber optic digital telephone products.

Senior Design Engineer & Project Leader,  NEC America, Oregon Design Center
Led the development of fiber optic digital telephone transmission products

Principal Engineer in Tektronix Laboratories developing ultra-high speed optical input oscilloscopes

Product Engineering Manager with Tektronix Hybrid Circuits Manufacturing

Program Manager for the microcircuits for Tektronix’ hugely successful 2465 Portable Oscilloscope

Process Development Engineer for new high frequency bipolar IC processes

Product Support Engineer with Tektronix IC Manufacturing Division

IC Designer with Tektronix Laboratories for high-speed A/D converters
Previous Experience
US Patent #4121120:
  "Clock Driven Voltage Comparator Employing Master-Slave Configuration"

Canada Patent #1105143:
  “Parallel Analog-to-Digital Converter”
Analog Concepts
in Electrical Engineering

Steven Wetterling
Softcover: 102 pages
Servenger LLC, 2006
This book was written to, in combination with a Servenger analog module, quickly and effectively educate a novice electrical engineering student in some of the fundamentals of analog circuit  concepts and applications. 
Laboratory Exercises for Electronic Devices
David M. Buchla,
Steven Wetterling
Softcover: 266 pages
Prentice-Hall, 2008
This laboratory manual is used by Thomas L. Floyd's best-selling textbook Electronic Devices Eighth Edition.  Experiment circuits are implemented using both discrete components and the Servenger Programmable Analog Module.
9/15/2007:  OctoberBest 2007 Conference Presentation: Choosing and Implementing the Correct USB Connectivity (.PPT, 83kB).  Presenting USB basics from users point of view, the various USB standards & variants and the pathways to implement USB as part of new product development.

10/15/2006:  OctoberBest2006 Conference Presentation: Using the Servenger Programmable Analog Module (.PPT, 4.7MB).  Simplify your analog design cycles, adapt your design using software tools instead of a soldering iron, and add new features & capabilities to your product after the circuit board is finished.
Recent Seminar and Conference Presentations