Presented by Analog Devices and Mouser Electronics.
A typical signal chain starts with a sensor followed by an interface amplifier, signal conditioning blocks, an ADC Driver, an ADC, and a digital processing engine. Most digital systems have processing power to replace some or all of the analog signal chain and this presentation will look at the benefits and challenges associated with simplifying the signal chain and the practical aspects that limit the user from fully realizing the benefits.

Attendees will learn:

  • The benefits and challenges of integration
  • Replacing analog functions with digital processing
  • Optimize the signal chain to simplify your design

Who should attend:
System designers looking to simplify their analog signal chains by the use of digital processing to replace analog functions.


Michael Arkin is a product marketing manager for ADI’s Linear Products and Technology Business Unit. He received his BSEE from West Coast University and an MBA from the University of Texas. Michael has more than 20 years’ experience marketing electronics products with companies such as ADI, TI, Pulse, and Lineage Power in roles from engineering technician, design validation, applications engineer, and system engineer