High-performance signal conditioning solutions

High-performance signal conditioning solutions

Op Amps are still essential components for analog. In this webinar we will try to understand them more in details from application point of view. Applications for current sensing and home alarms like smoke, gas and PIR sensors will be discussed as well as common configurations and practical recommendations for your design. We will also provide update about ST op amps suitable for discussed applications.


What you will learn about in this webinar:

  • Not commonly known things to take care about
  • Applications current sensing and home alarm sensors
  • ST OP AMPS portfolio and naming
 

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Speakers

Jiří Hladík
Application engineer

Jiří joined ST as an Application engineer for EMEA region in 2015. Jiří has good insight into electronic systems architecture and complete process of design. He is primary focused to analog sensor interfaces with signal conditioning and power management. Jiří is located in Prague, Czech Republic.