Noise Analysis in Precision Analog Designs

There are many app notes and articles explaining component-level noise analysis for amplifiers or for ADCs, but very few that explain how to budget noise or analyze noise from the system level. This webcast reviews the basics of noise analysis in precision designs, relates those calculations to system-level specifications such as sensitivity, dynamic range, and resolution, and answers some of the big questions about low-noise design.

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  • Scott Hunt
    System Applications Engineer - Precision Instrumentation

Scott Hunt is a system applications engineer specializing in scientific instruments in the Instrumentation Market Group of Analog Devices in Wilmington, MA. Scott joined Analog Devices in 2011 as a product applications engineer for high performance integrated precision amplifiers, such as instrumentation amplifiers, before transferring into the instrumentation group in 2016. He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical and computer systems engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Scott was honored as a recipient of the 2015 Outstanding Technical Writing award and the 2015 Outstanding Program Support award from Analog Devices.