Zero-Drift Operational Amplifiers: Architecture Overview and Design Considerations
As the need for highly precise operational amplifiers continues to grow, the use of self-correcting architectures has become more and more popular. This webinar will focus on zero-drift amplifiers, providing an overview of the zero-drift architectures and explore various design considerations inherent to these devices, including noise considerations, leakage currents, output characteristics and minimizing thermal related drifts.
Attendees will learn:
- Understand how “zero-drift” amplifiers are defined within the industry
- Gain a working knowledge of zero-drift architectures and the advantages they enable
- Have an appreciation for various design considerations when implementing zero-drift amplifiers
Kevin Tretter, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Mixed Signal and Linear Products, Microchip
Kevin Tretter is a product marketing manager with Microchip’s Mixed Signal and Linear Product Group in Chandler, AZ. He is responsible for tactical marketing support for Microchip’s analog products in North and South America, as well as strategic marketing of the precision amplifier portfolio. Prior to joining Microchip in 2004, Kevin spent five years as an audio/industrial converter applications engineer with Cirrus Logic in Austin, TX. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (Terre Haute, IN) in 1999 and his Masters of Business Administration degree from Saint Edwards University (Austin, TX) in 2006.
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