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Analog Devices Press Release - November 9, 2011
Analog Devices' Webcast Presents Solutions for Fitting
-- Scheduled for November 16, 2011, this webcast will discuss the integration of high performance
High Performance RF Signal Chains into Small Spaces
into PLLs, integrating signal chains and matching in RF Amplifiers
NORWOOD, Mass.--( BUSINESS WIRE)--
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a world leader in semiconductors
for high-performance signal processing applications, will broadcast its latest webcast “Solutions for Fitting High
Performance RF Signal Chains into Small Spaces” on November 16, 2011, at 12:00 pm EDT.
This webcast will
focus on the challenges that non-handset-based wireless equipment designers face with the current state of
integration of RF IC technology. Such challenges may include more functionality in smaller space, often with the
added challenge of having to implement broadband transceivers that can be reused at multiple frequencies. Specific
topics include the integration of high performance VCOs (voltage-controlled oscillator) into PLLs (phase lock
loop), integrating signal chains horizontally vs. vertically and external vs. internal matching in RF Amplifiers.
Who Should Attend
Engineers who design RF signal chains using discrete components in the 10 MHz to 10
GHz frequency range.
Eamon Nash is an applications engineering manager
in Analog Devices' RF Products Group. Over Eamon's 20 year career at Analog Devices, he as held a variety of
positions including field applications engineer, covering mixed signal and DSP products, and applications engineer
specializing in discrete RF components for wireless applications. Eamon graduated from the University of Limerick,
Ireland with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics.
Register for ADI's webcast “Solutions for
Fitting High Performance RF Signal Chains into Small Spaces” on November 16, 2011, 12:00 pm EDT at
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About Analog Devices Webcasts
ADI's webcasts cover topics relating to relevant challenges in designing with semiconductors and provide
engineers with access to online design materials on a variety of solutions-oriented issues. Each webcast is
followed by a Q&A and with the opportunity to download the presentation. For more than 45 years, ADI has been an
engineering resource to help make it easier for customers to get their jobs done. To access the complete archive
of webcasts for engineers, please 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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Porter Novelli Andrew MacLellan
Date Posted 11/9/2011