Presented by Analog Devices and Arrow. In this webcast, we’ll introduce the concepts of changing physical signals into analog/electrical signals and then back into physical signals. A whole range of devices will be discussed including: temperature sensors, and photodiodes (analog/electrical signals); actuators, speakers, and motors (physical signals). We’ll also talk about how signals can be processed for the highest accuracy reproduction.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Real-world signal processing
  • Optimizing the signal chain
  • Specialized sensors and amplifiers

Who should attend?

Students and engineers new to the field, as well as those more experienced engineers looking for a refresher on this or any other part of the signal chain, design, and layout.

Speaker

David W. Kress, Director of Technical Marketing, Analog Devices

David W. Kress is a graduate of MIT, with BSEE degrees in both Chemical and Electrical Engineering, and an MSEE in Electrical Engineering, specializing in biomedical engineering and integrated circuit design. Mr. Kress worked at the Massachusetts General Hospital from 1967 through 1972, designing medical equipment for many applications. He has worked at Analog Devices since 1972. Mr. Kress started as an IC chip designer, primary high speed op amps, moved into thin film process engineering, and then moved into a variety of marketing roles. These roles have included product marketing, strategic planning, and marketing communications. More recently, he has served as Director of Applications Engineering, and as Director of Technical Marketing, with a primary effort directed toward managing the support needed to bring new products to market. Mr. Kress has composed and delivered multiple technical seminars and training sessions for ADI audiences and customers.