Eric Carty

Welcome to DC to 34GHz MEMS Switch Technology: Increase Your Productivity by Simplifying and Future-Proofing Switching Solutions

This webcast will highlight the benefits of Analog Devices’ latest ADGM1001 SPDT MEMS switch product, and how this technology simplifies test and measurement system design to increase productivity and time to market. Please read the Analog Devices EngineerZone Code of Conduct before posting.

About the Presenter

Eric Carty received his M.Sc. degree in experimental physics from the National University Maynooth, Ireland in 1998. Before joining Analog Devices he spent a total of 10 years working as an RF passive component design engineer. Since 2009 he has been applications engineer in Analog Devices Limerick Ireland focusing on MEMS and precision CMOS switching technology. He currently manages the Automatic Test Equipment (ATE) applications group in Analog Devices.

Attendees Will Learn:

  • An understanding of ADI MEMS switch technology portfolio and the newest SPDT releases: ADGM1001 (34GHz), ADGM1002 (20GHz), ADGM1003 (16GHz)
  • Use cases on how switching solutions bring increased productivity and future-proof electronic test and measurement equipment
  • System applications examples that illustrate increasing channel density, wider signal bandwidths and precision DC performance
About the Webcast

The ever-increasing demand for switch functionality and performance in the electronics test and measurement world is the driving force behind Analog Devices’ latest innovation in MEMS switch technology. This webcast will highlight the benefits of Analog Devices’ latest ADGM1001 SPDT MEMS switch product, and how this technology simplifies test and measurement system design to increase productivity and time to market.

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