Analog Devices’ Technical Webcast ‘Powering Your Circuit’
-- Scheduled for July 13, 2011, the Webcast is the latest in a series of tutorials from Analog Devices
Focuses on Power Supply Design Considerations
to focus on fundamentals of designing with semiconductors for signal processing applications.
NORWOOD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE
Analog Devices, Inc.
(ADI), a world leader in semiconductors for high-performance signal processing
applications, will broadcast its “Powering
” webcast on July 13, 2011, at 2:00 pm EDT. This 60-minute webcast is the first dealing with the
important – but often overlooked subject – of power supply design. About The ‘Powering Your
The webcast will explore power supply operation, including the different types of
power supplies, various conversion methods, how power supplies affect the signal chain and how to select the best
regulator for your circuit. This webcast will additionally explain phenomenon such as noise, ripple, line and load
regulation, power-supply rejection ratio, the effects of temperature change and other specifications that affect
power supply performance.
Who Should Attend
Engineers and students new to the field, as well as those more
experienced engineers looking for a refresher on power system design and component selection, will find this
webcast very useful. The Presenter
Andy Jenkins is an applications engineer in ADI’s
Power Management Group. Andy has a B.Sc. Degree in Electronics from Southampton University in the U.K., holds two
U.S. patents and has authored several technical papers on the subject of power management.
ADI's “Powering Your Circuit” webcast, July 13, 2:00 PM EDT at
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Fundamentals of Designing with Semiconductors For Signal Processing Applications Webcast Series From
Throughout 2011, Analog Devices is presenting the “Fundamentals of Designing with
Semiconductors For Signal Processing Applications,” a monthly webcast series that guides participants through each
stage of the basic signal chain, from amplifiers to data converters – those components that convert the analog
electronic signal into a digital stream – then to the heart of many modern circuits, the digital processor, and
then back to the analog domain. The series also covers what is needed to power today’s circuits, how to make them
portable, how to lay them out, as well as provide an introduction to design tools, tips and techniques that help
solve design challenges quickly. Each webcast is followed by a Q&A with a technical expert. To learn more about
ADI’s online training resources for a variety of design needs, visit
About Analog Devices
Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in
data-conversion and signal-conditioning technologies, Analog Devices is a leading global manufacturer of
high-performance integrated circuits used in analog and digital signal processing applications. The company serves
over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic equipment. Analog Devices' common stock is
listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “ADI” and is included in the S&P 500 Index.
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Date Posted 6/1/2011