Norwood, MA (04/12/2011) - Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a world leader in semiconductors for high-performance signal processing applications, will broadcast its "Using MEMS Sensors for Industrial Platform Stabilization Systems" webcast on April 20, 2011, at 12:00 pm EST. This 45-minute webcast is the latest tutorial in a monthly educational series by Analog Devices that covers a variety of design challenges for signal processing applications.
MEMS accelerometers and gyroscopes are ideal feedback sensing elements for many types of platform control and stabilization systems. This webcast will discuss typical performance requirements to consider when developing a MEMS-based stabilization system, along with insights on component selection and enabling quick, inexpensive, system-level integration of these functions.
Engineers and students new to the field, as well as those more experienced engineers looking for a tutorial on MEMS inertial sensor specifications and selection, will find this webcast very useful.
Mark Looney is an application engineer in the MEMS and Sensors Technology Group at Analog Devices. Since joining ADI in 1998, Mark has accumulated extensive experience in sensor signal processing, high-speed analog-to-digital converters, and dc-to-dc power conversion and has published several articles on these topics.
Register for ADI's "Using MEMS Sensors for Industrial Platform Stabilization Systems" webcast on April 13, noon EST at www.analog.com/PR_WEBCAST_MEMS.
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