Using On-Off Keying, Digital Isolators in Harsh Environments
Presented by Analog Devices
This webcast will review ADI’s new family of robust iCoupler® Digital Isolators incorporating On-Off Keying (OOK) architecture. We will discuss the importance of isolation and different options for data transmission with a focus on how these Digital Isolators have achieved advanced performance. We’ll explain robustness criteria (CMTI, DPI, EMI, etc.) and list applications which benefit from low propagation delay and high robustness.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- Different options for data transmission in Digital Isolators and how each option impacts performance
- Understand robustness criteria, such as CMTI, DPI, and EMI
- Applications that benefit from Low Propagation Delay, High Robustness, Low Power
Who should attend:
Engineers and Application Engineering requiring isolation in their communications, healthcare or industrial designs.
Brian Kennedy is a Senior Applications Engineer with the Digital Isolator Group at Analog Devices. He has been with ADI since April 2008 and is responsible for power supply digital isolation products. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from State University of New York (Buffalo).
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