Analog Devices' 2007 Technical Seminar series

22nd January 2007
ES Admin
Analog Devices, Inc has announced the rollout across Europe of its 2007 Technical Seminar series. These one-day, in-depth technical seminars are targeted at hardware design and development engineers, applications and system engineers, board designers and hardware project managers.
The seminar will cover a wide range of topics in four two-hour sessions:

• An overview of high speed data conversion including a review of where the various ADC architectures fit in modern applications

• Optimizing data converter interfaces: a presentation of how to drive the ADC Analog and clock input, and deal with high speed ADC output data

• Supercharging DAC, DDS and PLL performance

• Optimizing PC board layouts and leveraging powerful design tools

In addition to the world class training sessions, participants will also receive a 30-day trial Multisim SPICE model CD and a high speed systems applications book.

Maidenhead – March 19

Cambridge – March 20

Leeds-Brighouse – March 21

Edinburgh – March 22

The seminars will begin at 08:30 and end at 16:30. For complete information on dates, locations and to register for a seminar, visit:


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