Power Management Choices for Signal Chains: Keeping all the precision you designed for
This presentation informs signal chain designers about the effects various power topologies and architectures have on noise and performance. There are many different ways to provide system power, but not all strategies may be ideal for any particular application. The goal of the presentation is to offer guidance on the tradeoffs associated with power management, and get the most precision your signal chain can deliver.
James R. Staley
James R. Staley is an industrial power systems engineering manager for Analog Devices. He graduated Eta Kappa Nu from North Carolina State University with a B.S.E.E. concentration in nanotechnology and has over 20 years of semiconductor industry experience. He has held positions with applications engineering, sales applications engineering, and systems engineering at Linear Technology and Analog Devices. His current focus is on industrial and precision instrumentation power systems. James and his family reside in the Raleigh, North Carolina area.