Russel Lindsay

Russel Lindsay is a product manager for Anritsu Company, specializing in power measurement and signal generation. Russel has worked in test and measurement for the last four years, prior to which he spent time in various engineering roles in aerospace and defense, from system engineering and test to R&D design. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Utah and a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University.


  • How To Select A Power Sensor

    The final article in this power measurement series examines the basic technologies of power sensors, their advantages, and their disadvantages. We will delve deeper into the different types of sensors, as well as their operation, and provide insight as to which ones may be most well-suited for your application.

  • Choosing A Power Meter: Benchtop Vs. USB

    A common dilemma in power measurement is determining whether a benchtop power meter or a USB power meter is most suitable for your needs. This article will address that question and provide some clarification as to which meter is most appropriate for your application(s).

  • Understanding Measurement Uncertainty in Power Measurement

    No test instrument is 100 percent accurate and no measurement is without some uncertainty.This article will better define the different factors that cause measurement uncertainty, discuss ways to minimize their impact, and give tips on how to factor measurement uncertainty into the selection process when choosing a power meter and/or sensor.

  • Basics Of Power Measurement — Average Or Peak?

    When setting up a test system, it’s critical to know the types of measurements you want to perform in order to select the right equipment.  In the world of power measurement, one can easily be confused by the different types of sensors and their varying measurement capabilities.  Parsing through some of the terminology can help make the selection process easier.