Signal Chain Filtering: Beginning with the Basics
Filtering is an essential part of the precision data acquisition signal chain. Inadequate signal filtering can leads to significant rise in noise level and spurious signals in the measurement output. This webcast provides a high level overview of the need of filtering and some of the key considerations for filter design.
After completing the session, the audience will be able to perform basic filter designs for a precision data acquisition signal chain.
Attendees will learn:
- Where filtering is required in the signal chain
- The key specifications for different types of filters
- How to use Analog Filterwizard to design your filter
SR. Application Engineer, Precision Technology Platforms
Philip Karantzalis has worked in testing and designing analog signal circuits and systems since 1973. In 1986 he joined Analog Devices Inc. Signal Conditioning Group providing baseband signal designs for data acquisition, RF modulators, demodulators and mixers, ADCs and high accuracy test systems. Philip is a senior applications engineer with the Precision Systems Group of Analog Devices. A graduate of RCA Institutes of Electronics in New York City has studied advanced mathematics in San Francisco State University.