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Signal Processing Technology-Based Sensor and Sensor ICs from Analog

Analog Devices will demonstrate the technique of applying the high-performing signal processing technology to the next-generation of sensor interface and sensor ICs for consumer, medical, instrumentation, and automotive applications.

The demonstration is open to visitors and will take place at the Analog Devices’ booth at the Sensors Expo 2010 conference on 8 to 9th June 2010 in the Rosemont, Illinois-based Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.

The products showcased will include high speed Resolver-to-digital converters, short range transceivers, CapTouch brand of capacitive-to-digital converters, digital temperature sensors with high accuracy, iMEMS brand of high performance accelerometer and gyroscope, integrated high performance RF ICs, iSensor brand 3-Axis vibration monitor,  iSensor brand inertial measurement unit, tactical grade gyroscope, and integrated thermocouple amplifier.

iSensor’s Business Development Manager Bob Scannell, will make a presentation on MEMS and ground based navigation on 9,June  2010, while Integrated Amplifier Products’ Marketing Engineer Reem Malik will present on utilizing precision difference amplifiers for signal conditioning of low power sensor on 8June 2010.

Source: http://www.analog.com

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