Texas Instruments announced its 2001 Signal Conditioning Seminar, "Building the Analog Tool Kit," a one-day technical seminar that focuses on the tools and fundamentals of signal conditioning circuitry used in real-world applications. The seminar will run from the beginning of May to the end of June in various locations across the U.S. Cost is $95 per person, excluding VAT. Fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and a copy of the book Op Amps For Everyone.
This seminar is divided into five sections, with the first two devoted to explaining and developing the tools and the remaining three sections used to demonstrate the application of the tools in the design of signal conditioning circuits.
The seminar topics include: "Sharpening the Fundamental Circuit Design Tools"; "Adding New Circuit Design Tools"; "A General Case Sensor-to-ADC Design Example"; "A Communications Sensor-to-ADC Design Example"; and "A DAC-to-Actuator Design Example."
Presenters for the seminar include Ron Mancini, a staff scientist at TI, Perry Miller, section leader and senior member of the technical staff for the advanced analog product group at TI, Wm. P. (Bill) Klein, P.E., senior applications engineer in the high-performance linear (HPL) product group at TI, Neil P. Albaugh, senior applications engineer in the HPL product group at TI, Bruce Carter, applications manager for high-speed amplifiers in the HPL product group at TI, and Charles Wray, member of the technical staff and manager of technical training for analog products at TI.
To find a seminar near you and register, visit www.ti.com/sc/signal2001inv.