Texas Instruments and Arrow Electronics Present
Live Webcast on Maximizing Data Converter Performance with Improved Voltage Reference
Analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and digital-to-analog converter (DAC) performance is directly tied to the operation of the associated voltage reference. Data converters present a unique current demand load for the reference buffer amplifier. The Analog eLab panelists will provide an understanding of the load dynamics necessary to ensure that the proper drive is supplied. They will also cover effective ways to maintain stable voltage reference output and avoid degradation of the output voltage accuracy.
During the lab session, the panelists will use FFT and histogram plots of ADC outputs to demonstrate circuit performance improvements. Viewers will be shown techniques for overcoming buffer amplifier stability issues and achieve noise reduction.
Analog eLab Webcast Engineers
Bill Klein, P.E., is the host for the TI Analog eLab Webcast. Klein is a senior applications engineer with the precision analog division of TI. He joined TI through its acquisition of Burr-Brown in August 2000. Klein is the author of more than 100 magazine articles, application notes and conference papers. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers 35 years in fields ranging from mineral exploration to nuclear medical imaging.
Miro Oljaca is a senior applications engineer in the precision analog group at Texas Instruments. He has more than 20 years of design experience in motor control and power conversion. Oljaca earned BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Belgrade. He holds more than 20 international patents in the motor control field and has published more than 30 articles and application notes.
Peter Goad is an applications engineer with Arrow Electronics. His 20 years of engineering design experience includes data acquisition for harsh environments and high-speed communication equipment. His current work ranges from technology seminar presentations to extensive troubleshooting of customers’ designs. Goad earned a BSEE with honors from Brunel University in England.
To view previous Analog eLab Webcasts, visit www.ti.com/analogelab. In addition to webcasts, 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. For more information on TI’s complete analog design support see www.ti.com/analogelab. To learn more about Arrow North American Components, see www.arrownac.com.
About Arrow North American Components
The North American Components (NAC) business of Arrow Electronics, Inc. is a leading provider of semiconductors and passive, electromechanical and connector products, services, and supply chain solutions tailored to serve distinct customer segments with dedicated sales teams. Three primary, customer-focused NAC groups serve these market segments: The Arrow/Zeus Electronics Group targets the aerospace and military markets; the Arrow Electronics Components Group serves local OEM and contract manufacturing customers; and the Arrow Alliance Group focuses on large customers with complex needs.
Arrow Electronics is a major global provider of products, services, and solutions to industrial and commercial users of electronic components and computer products.
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