Guest Blogger: Chris Cooper, Technology Director for Power, Avnet EM
Noise-sensitive circuits, such as analog- to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), amplifiers, and phase lock loops (PLLs) demand low noise power supplies that require specialized design techniques. And some engineers spend hours trying to figure out how to power these circuits without adding noise. On Wednesday, September 19, 2012, Jeff Weaver, senior applications engineer from ADI will present “Powering Noise Sensitive Circuits” at the Avnet Power Forum – helping engineers find new ways to dramatically reduce noise.
Jeff’s webinar will address the concerns that designers have about powering noise-sensitive circuits by using switching regulators, such as the ADP2441 or ADP2119. During Jeff’s presentation, engineers will get a better understanding of the various methods for not only approaching, but meeting system requirements. He’ll also introduce tested solutions and layout considerations that must be taken into account when designing for low drop out (LDO) applications.
Special Offer for Power Forum participants: ADP7104 Low Noise 20V Linear Regulator Evaluation board
The ADP7102/ADP7104 evaluation board is used to demonstrate the functionality of the ADP7102/ADP7104 series of low noise linear regulators.
Simple device measurements such as line and load regulation, dropout, and ground current can be demonstrated with just a single voltage source, a voltmeter, an ammeter, and load resistors.
For more details about the ADP7102/ADP7104 low noise linear regulators, visit www.analog.com/power.
To assist in your design ADI offers a free online power tool (ADIsimPower) that takes all the guess work out of designing, evaluating and implementing a complete power chain in four easy steps. To start your deign today, go to www.analog.com/ADIsimPower.
In its third year, the Avnet Power Forum is more robust than ever, offering real-world solutions to today’s biggest power challenges. With more than 30 technical sessions to choose from and lasting 24-hours, the Power Forum has something for everyone and accommodates even the strictest schedules. Mark your calendars and plan to attend Jeff’s presentation on September 19, 2012. Registration is free and open now.