Precise measurement of real-world signals is a key differentiator for battery-powered equipment in a variety of applications, such as field instruments, portable medical devices, and asset monitoring. Achieving the highest degree of accuracy has traditionally involved a big trade-off against power efficiency, compromising the available performance to low-power applications. The new webinar will demonstrate how engineers can leverage the latest innovations in low-power precision technology from ADI, showcasing precision signal chains that can be used to simplify the complex challenges of precision analogue design in portable and remote devices.During the webinar, Analog Devices will: • Identify the key engineering challenges and trade-offs in low-power precision measurement applications.• Demonstrate the class-leading performance of ADI low-power devices in the pathway that begins with the sensor, right through the analogue signal chain and into the digital data domain.• Illustrate Analog Devices solutions for different sensor types, including temperature, pressure, vibration, and multi-function sensors.• Present entire signal-chain solutions that can be optimised for measurement accuracy, form factor and low-power performance in a variety of applications.The webinar will be presented by Aine McCarthy, Applications Engineer in the Analog Devices precision signal chain team, with a key focus on low-power application areas at ADI. Since joining ADI in 2006, McCarthy has worked in the precision measurement space and held roles as an Applications Engineer as well as a Design Evaluation Engineer. McCarthy holds a BEng and MEng in Electronic Engineering from Cork Institute of Technology and a MEngSc from University College Cork in microelectronic design.To learn more and to register for the free webinar, visit here.
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