Join Arrow Electronics and Texas Instruments to learn about the key requirements for powering FPGAs and how using SIMPLE
SWITCHER® modules makes FPGA power design easier. This one hour training session will include part selection for the various
rails required by FPGAs including core power, I/O, and transceiver.

Registrants will learn how to optimize power supply transients and output ripple for meeting FPGA core requirements. The
session will also include training on TI design tools for fast implementation of FPGA designs.

Who Should Attend?

Time constrained engineers tasked at creating power designs for FPGAs or non-power experts designing power for FPGAs.   

Event Offer – Exclusively Available to Webinar Attendees

For a limited time, Arrow Electronics and Texas Instruments are offering the LMZ21700EVM at a discounted price of $21.18.

Order details will be provided at the end of the webinar hosted on February 26, 2015.

Jason Arrigo
Applications Engineer, Texas Instruments

Jason Arrigo joined Texas Instruments in February 2005 as an Applications Engineer, supporting DC/DC power modules. His responsibilities include supporting customers and the field, as well as providing technical documentation and training of TI’s power module portfolio; his focus is on the SIMPLE SWITCHER® power module division for Texas Instruments. Jason was born and raised in Chicago, IL and still resides with his wife, two daughters and a son. He began his career with STMicroelectronics as an Applications Engineer, supporting DC/DC controllers and then as a Technical Marketing Engineer covering industrial security customers. Mr. Arrigo studied at the University of Illinois at Chicago; graduating in 1999 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.

David Schmidt
Sr. Field Application Engineer, Arrow Electronics

David Schmidt joined Arrow Electronics in May 2000 when they were acquired by Wyle Electronics. He currently serves as a Senior Field Application Engineer and has been in that role with Arrow for nearly 15 years. Previous to that he worked at Wyle Electronics as a Field Applications Engineer, William Electronics as a Senior Development Engineer, and started off his career at NEC Home Electronics. David graduated from DeVry University-Illinois in 1982 with a BSEET in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Schmidt currently resides in Illinois and works in the local Arrow branch.