Webinar to share seven simple steps to convert Analog to Digital Signal
Bangalore, India, April 25, 2014: Analog Devices India (ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, will conduct a live webinar on easy steps to convert Analog to Digital Signal.
The world we live in is analog and it requires flawless signal conversion before it can be processed in the digital domain. One needs the best Signal-to Noise-Ratio (SNR) while processing high precision applications such as temperature, pressure, and light to digital, which essentially requires a well-designed low noise analog front end. Keeping this in view, the webinar is aimed at helping designers to effectively analyze their circuit applications for noise and help them get the most performance from system designs.
The webinar will deep dive into the details of simple and easy steps to convert analog to digital signal that will enable the designers to effectively analyze their circuit applications for specifications and performance best suited for computing and digital electronics .
Topics covered in this presentation include aspects of correlated and uncorrelated noise, finding the noise bandwidth of a circuit, when to balance or unbalance an amplifier input for best noise performance.
The webinar will be conducted on May 8, 2014 at 17:30 PM India Standard Time (IST). Please register using the online registration link.
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Gustavo Castro is an Applications Engineer in the Linear Products Group in Wilmington, MA. His main interests are in analog and mixed-signal system design for precision signal conditioning and electronic instrumentation. Prior to joining Analog Devices in January 2011, he worked for 10 years designing high-performance digital multimeters and precision dc sources. Gustavo received a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering in 2000 from the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico. His work has granted him three patents in the fields of electronic system design and measurement methods.
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