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Getting the Most Out of Your Satellite Analog Signal Processing Design

Original Air Date: Dec 5, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
Fundamentally, a satellite's main purpose in life is to collect, monitor, and transmit data. Some of the most critical signal processing needs are telemetry and calibration functions. Within these specific designs, precision and accuracy are some of the top priorities. Learn ways to improve incoming signal accuracy through this webinar. We will look into three fundamental functions of analog signal processing; temperature monitoring, supplying a stable and accurate reference voltage, and signal amplification and filtering.

What registrants will learn:

  • A new, reliable, and simple way to implement temperature monitoring/circuit calibration.
  • Improved solutions for satellite based analog signal processing.
  • A go to solution for radiation hardened precision analog products.
Presenter:
Josh Broline, Staff Marketing Engineer, Intersil
Josh Broline is a Staff Marketing Engineer for Intersil Rad Hard Space products group. He has more than 11 years of experience in precision analog and power management products. Josh has held the role of marketing engineer for 7 years and product engineer for 4. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Business Administration degree from Florida Institute of Technology.

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esuurmaa Posted Dec 5, 2013

Interesting, will participate. Please note that the [Linked]in Share feature on this page here does not work, though. Eerik

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