Treinamentos da semana – 17/03/2013

Publicado: 17 de março de 2013 em Webinários e Cursos
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Caro(a) Colega,

não perca os webcasts dessa semana. Tem muita coisa interessante.



consulte sempre um engenheiro eletrônico


18, 20 e 22/03/2013 – Seminário de Power Supply Design (Texas Instruments)

Projeto Magnético: Indutores e a acoplamento magnético
Projeto de filtros EMI para LED Drivers Phase-Dimmable
Acelerando a adequação de Fontes de Alimentação para certificação
Um design Review de um conversor de 350W
Projeto e otimização de um Conversor LLC de alta performance
Controles digitais avançados para melhorar a performance de corretores de fator de potencia
Expondo o comportamento interno do conversor Quasi-Resonant Flyback

Power Seminar 


19/03/2013 – Test Wireless Designs with Low-Cost RF Vector Signal Generator 

If you design devices that use IQ modulation, you face a continual bandwidth crunch in a spectrum that is filled with interference, so testing your devices via signal simulation is critical. You need to generate a high-quality, known, good signal and be able to easily add real-world distortions to the signal to test the limitations and robustness of your designs. Now you can combine two low-cost Agilent instruments to create an RF vector signal generator at a fraction of the cost of off-the-shelf vector signal generators. Use a 2-channel 33522B waveform generator with unique technology that offers excellent baseband IQ signal generation and a N9310 RF signal generator with optional IQ inputs as the RF modulator.

In this webcast, we will look at how 33500B Series waveform generators with the IQ Signal Player option for generating IQ signals. We will first discuss the 33500B’s performance and how its exclusive Trueform waveform generation technology can help you produce more accurate signals. We will also look at how easy it is to move your IQ signals from software to a 33500B Series waveform generator for play back. Finally, we will look at the 33500B Series’ built-in features for simulating quantitative non-ideal conditions on an IQ signal for testing the limits of your design.



19/03/2013 – Introduction to Encryption and Digital Signature Techniques

Digital security is an increasing concern for designers. Most people involved in embedded system designs have heard of “encryption” and “digital signature”, but the real meaning, usages, benefits, and techniques that stand behind these terms are far from being clear to everyone. During this webinar, we will explain the fundamentals of these cryptography techniques as they apply to embedded systems.

MAxim Integrated


19/03/2013 – Our 2013 Embedded Study and What It Means for You

For more than 20 years, UBM Tech has surveyed embedded designers to learn about their trials, tribulations, tools, and favorite hardware and software vendors. We survey both the Embeddedaudience and DESIGN conference attendees.

What you will learn:

  • Which vendors have the most brand and product awareness
  • Developments in the embedded design process and embedded environment
  • Key findings relating to the daily life of embedded design engineers

UBM Tech


20/03/2013 – Understanding DDR4 AC Timing Parametrics

DDR4 speeds require key AC timing parameters such a tDIVW, tDS, tDH to be defined and measured in a new way. The traditional assumptions that as long as tDS/tDH were met there would be zero errors have never actually been true and have forced costly and time-consuming over-design of controllers, DRAMS and systems. DDR4 addresses this issue head on by accounting for real-world random and deterministic jitter at a Bit Error Rate (BER) that assures system stability while eliminating the need for expensive over-design. This session will explain the new AC parameters in depth and show you how to measure them, allowing accurate device characterization and system validation without costly timing surprises at system integration.



20/03/2013 – Don’t Neglect the Data!  – Data Modeling for Interoperable Systems

The best way to architect your distributed system while driving down integration costs is to design your system of systems around one key property: inherent interoperability. But your design approach must embrace legacy systems. After all, you almost never start with a clean sheet of paper.

Achieving interoperability is challenging for many reasons. Mainly, it’s poorly understood and specified, and current design and architecture approaches never take the single most important thing into consideration: the data. Architecting your data is arguably more important than architecting your applications if you want your distributed system of systems to meet the requirement for semantic interoperability. Once you understand the movement and definition of data in a system, you can tackle almost any integration problem.

This webinar covers how to begin to analyze and understand interoperability. It also lays the groundwork for data modeling that ultimately helps architect and design your systems for inherent interoperability.

OpenSystems Media


21/03/2013 – LED Webinar Series – Part 1: Understanding LEDs

In part one, attendees will get an overview of what makes LEDs different, why they’re advantageous, what engineers and lighting designers need to know about how LEDs can change their lighting options, what LEDs can provide and what factors to consider when using them.

Mentor Graphics


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