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Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications (German) - This webcast reviews designs in which isolation is needed to protect personnel and equipment from harsh electrical environments. The presentation will detail interface power requirements and approaches for achieving design objectives. Topics will include performance tradeoffs for various approaches and applicable safety certifications for interface components.
Solving the Elusive Baseband to Antenna Problem using RFDAC Technology - This webinar will explore RF transmitter architectures, concentrating on the direct-to-RF architecture enabled by RFDAC technology. Aspects of the direct-to-RF transmitter system design will be explored including gain, signal bandwidth, digital signal processing requirements, frequency planning, thermal noise, clock synthesis + phase noise, harmonics, sampling images, pre-distortion techniques, and deterministic latency.
Guarding RS485 Communication Networks from Harmful EMC Events - This webcast will discuss industry’s first EMC compliant RS-485 interface design tool co-developed by Analog Devices and Bourns that provides up to Level 4 protection levels for IEC61000-4-2 ESD, IEC61000-4-4 EFT and IEC61000-4-5 surge. This webcast describes each of these transient types, and presents and demonstrates three different EMC compliant solutions for three different cost/protection levels on RS-485 communication ports.
Low Power Smart Transmitters Design - This webcast will explore some of the key trends in modern field instrument design, the most complex of which are high performance, low power, and increased diagnostic capabilities. It will examine the power consumption challenges of loop-powered smart transmitters, and give an example of a full signal chain solution that has been developed by Analog Devices and registered by the HART Communication Foundation.
The Evolving Architecture of Military Communication Systems -- This webcast explores the different bands of Military Communications, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. We talk briefly about the shift toward software defined radios (SDR) and what that means for today’s system designers. We talk about traditional Tx/Rx signal chains for these radios, where they are heading in the future, and the key analog and mixed-signal technology that is driving these changes.
Isolated Interface Solutions for Industrial Sensor and Monitoring Applications - This webcast reviews designs in which isolation is needed to protect personnel and equipment from harsh electrical and mechanical environments. Presentation will detail interface power requirements and approaches for achieving design objectives. Topics will include performance tradeoffs for various approaches and applicable safety certifications for interface components.
Fundamentals of Data Conversion in Receivers - This webinar examines a contemporary receive signal chain and takes a close look at selecting suitable data converters, their key specifications, and the tradeoffs that must be made.
Designing for Vital Sign Monitoring - This webcast provides a detailed analysis of how to design for measuring ECG and heart rate for patient monitoring and sports and fitness applications. A primer will be given on the different topologies for cardiac monitoring, followed by a deep dive into the architecture of the AD8232, finishing with a system level perspective of how it can be used in the various health and sports and fitness applications. Co-sponsored by Arrow NA.
Introduction to Analog RMS-to-DC Technology: Converters and Applications – This webinar provides users with a better understanding of the underlying theory of rms, and how rms-to-dc converters work.
Fundamentals of Energy Metering - This webinar will explore system architectures for 3‑phase electricity meters, focusing on various current sensors and considerations for the analog front end, power supply and data isolation, metrology computations and system performance. Current transformers (CTs), di/dt (Rogowski coils), and shunt resistors will be discussed.
The Fundamentals of Voltage References and Current Sensing - This webcast will discuss voltage references and how they are used in circuit design. It will also cover and compare reference designs, specifications, reference alternatives, and application ideas such as negative references, then present how currents are handled, measured, and generated in system design.
Designing for Field Instruments in Industrial Automation - This webcast will provide an overview of field instrumentation with a focus on specifics and trends. Using a 4- mA to 20-mA loop-powered pressure transmitter as an example, the webcast will present details of system requirements, map them into the system architecture and circuit diagram, discuss the typical design challenges, and how today’s ICs provide solutions to those challenges.
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