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|Texas Instruments, Newark InOne and Farnell InOne Present Analog eLab
DALLAS – Analog design engineers are invited to register at www.ti.com/analogelab
for a live Analog eLab Webcast entitled “Elements of the Analog Signal Chain.” Presented by Texas Instruments
Incorporated (TI) (NYSE:TXN) and Newark InOne and Farnell InOne, subsidiaries of global distributor Premier Farnell
plc, the Webcast will air at 11:00 a.m. CDT (18.00 hrs CET) on Wednesday, October 12, 2005. TI analog expert Bill
Klein, P.E. and eLab guests, Lijoy Philipose of TI and Gavin Kirk of Newark InOne, will provide designers with an
online discussion of the analog signal chain and a lab demonstration of some of the devices used in signal
The hour-long session will feature a discussion on connecting analog sensors to data
converters. Seldom do sensors have output signals that can be directly connected to the data converter in the
system. The panel will discuss requirements for amplifying, filtering and shift offset as well as other processing
functions. They will talk about the unique strengths and applications of various families of data converters and the
special consideration required in input signal conditioning for analog signal processing functions. Gaining an
understanding of these abilities and requirements will help the design engineer properly condition the signal and
produce the optimum system.
During the lab segment, Klein and Philipose will demonstrate these
principles using evaluation modules to build up the signal chain. The process will show an analog signal through an
amplifier, data converter and to a DSP. The complete analog signal chain will be displayed on the PC screen and the
processing function will be explained.
Analog eLab Design Engineers
Klein, P.E. is the host for the TI Analog eLab Webcast. Klein is a senior applications engineer with the high
performance linear division of TI. He joined TI through its acquisition of Burr-Brown in August 2000. Author of over
50 magazine articles, application notes and conference papers, Klein also has a monthly column, “A Call I Took Last
Week” on Planet Analog. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers 30 years in fields ranging from mineral
exploration to medical nuclear imaging.
Lijoy Philipose is an applications engineer for the data
acquisition products group at TI in Dallas who supports the high resolution (>16 bit) and high speed (>1MSPS) SAR
A/D converters. He also enjoys working with digital signal processing and mixed-signal circuit design. Philipose
holds a BSEE from The University of Illinois and joined TI following graduation in 1999.
Kirk is a senior product manager for the semiconductor IC portfolio at the Newark InOne headquarters in Chicago.
During the past five years, his work has included product selection, product marketing and supplier relations.
Previously, Kirk was an electronic design engineer in the portable instrumentation industry, a field applications
engineer and a development manager of a global supplier. Kirk holds a BEng in electronics and math from the
University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom.
In addition to the Analog eLabs, TI offers analog
engineers a wide-ranging support infrastructure that includes training and seminars, design tools and utilities,
technical documentation, evaluation modules, an online knowledge base, a product information hotline and a
comprehensive offering of samples that ship within 24 hours of request. TI keeps the engineer in mind throughout the
design process by providing tools, systems expertise and technical support to help customers get to market quickly.
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