Emilio Novoa System Applications Engineer

Welcome to Simulate and Optimize Precision Signal Chain with LTspice

This webinar combines the design advantages of pre-made of Precision Signal Chains with the power of LTspice. This virtual hands-on webinar will go through the steps of simulating complete precision signal chains in LTspice. Please read the Analog Devices EngineerZone Code of Conduct before posting.

About the Presenter

Emilio Novoa joined Analog Devices as a System Applications Engineer in 2021. Before that, he worked in the automotive power electronics industry for over 10 years during which he played various engineering roles in the areas of EMC, HW design and systems engineering as well as working on management and process standardization as Head of System Validation for a Tier 1 supplier. He received his degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.

About the Webcast

This webinar combines the design advantages of pre-made of Precision Signal Chains with the power of LTspice. This virtual hands-on webinar will go through the steps of simulating complete precision signal chains in LTspice. After a short review of the LTspice simulation environment, we'll delve right into how to properly simulate a complete Precision Signal Chain design to ensure accurate results. We'll also get into detail with the LTspice simulation environment to show how the circuit design will operate under various design conditions and review techniques that can be used to optimize the end result.

Attendees will learn:

  • Learn how the combination of Precision Signal Chains and LTspice simulation can help accelerate and optimize design flows
  • Organize and systematically construct of large, parametrized LTspice schematics for a more efficient simulation workflow *Precision ADCs & DACs in LTspice
  • Using Transient, AC, and Noise simulations for precision data converter circuits
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