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[DPRG] Want to learn about inertial measuring?

Subject: [DPRG] Want to learn about inertial measuring?
From: Doug Emes kyojin at gmail.com
Date: Mon Jul 21 14:27:48 CDT 2008

FYI,

If you want to spend an hour Wednesday online, there is a free seminar
explaining Intertial MEMs sytems: the signup URL is below:

https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=112449


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From: TechOnline Webinars <TechOnline_Webinars at tig.cmptechnetwork.com>
Date: Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 10:38 AM
Subject: Understanding and Applying Integrated Inertial MEMs Technology

Analog Devices and Digi-Key, partners of TechOnline, invite you to
attend this complimentary Webinar:

Event: Understanding and Applying Integrated Inertial MEMs Technology
Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Time: 9 am PT / 12 pm ET
Duration: 60 Minutes

Overview:
In this seminar you'll learn how, and why, integrated MEM's sensors
work to detect motion, acceleration, incline, and rotation. You'll
also learn how to apply them to obtain accurate measurements in up to
six degrees of freedom, in a range of applications. We'll discuss the
noise, bandwidth, temperature impacts, dynamic range, and
considerations of the microcontroller and DSP interface. We'll also
examine the benefits and issues of using MEM's-based solutions with
integrated signal chain to simplify the sensor system design.

Speakers:

Chris Hyde
Senior Field Applications Engineer,
Analog Devices, Inc.

During Chris' 28 year career, he has designed IC's, RF, optical and
quantum electronic systems, as well as semiconductor processes. He has
lead groups in field applications and marketing and been Director of
Business Development. Chris has been with Analog Devices for over 21
years.

Alex Aldag
Applications Engineer
Digi-Key

Alex is an Applications Engineer with Digi-Key in Thief River Falls,
Minn. He spent 10 years in the US Navy as a Cryptologic Technician
(Maintenance) and completed his Bachelor of Electronic Engineering
Technology (BEET) from Cleveland Institute of Electronics/World
College. Alex has worked in Design Support Services at Digi-Key for
the past 4 years.

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