Texas Instruments and Arrow Electronics will present a live Analog eLab Webcast for designers entitled EMI/RFI as Seen by Analog ICs on Wednesday, December 6, 2006, at 11:00 a.m. CST (18:00 hrs CET). During the online discussion, TI analog expert Bill Klein, P.E., and eLab panelists Carl Wolfe of TI and Peter Goad of Arrow Electronics will talk about types of interference that can impact analog circuit performance.
ddition, they will discuss test techniques for measuring circuit sensitivity and useful design modifications for eliminating interference.
Engineers are invited to register for the one-hour session at www.ti.com/elabwebcast.
Bill 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. Klein is the author of more than 50 magazine articles, application notes and conference papers. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers 30 years in fields ranging from mineral exploration to
nuclear medical imaging.
Carl Wolfe is an analog field applications engineer for TI's analog applications group based in Schaumburg, Illinois. He has over 13 years of field application support experience with emphasis on high
performance analog signal processing products. Wolfe earned a BSEE from the University of Illinois and a MSEE from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
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 received a BSEE, with honors, from Brunel University in England.
To view previous Analog eLab Webcasts, visit www.ti.com/analogelab.