Norwood, MA (02/10/2012) - NORWOOD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a world leader in semiconductors for high-performance signal processing applications, will broadcast "The Latest on Driving ADCs Differentially: Part Two" webcast on February 15, 2012 at 12:00 pm EST. This webcast is the second in a two part series that discusses how to select the right differential ADC driver for your design. This month the basic concepts will be used to make the driver selection and design driving circuits. Part one examined the basics of driving ADCs, including errors in sampled data systems (such as distortion and noise) ENOB, differential signaling definitions, and advantages of ADC driver architectures.
We encourage all students and engineers to attend who are new to the field, as well as those more experienced engineers looking for a refresher on this or any other part of the signal chain, design, and layout.
Jonathan Pearson is an Applications Engineer in Analog Devices’ High-Speed Amplifier Group since joining ADI in 2002. Prior to ADI, Jonathan worked as an analog circuit and systems designer in the telecom industry. He holds a BSEE from Northeastern University, an MSEE from WPI, and two patents.
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