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MCU-based IoT Designs: Linear and Analog Peripherals – A Hands on Course

March 13, 2017, to March 17, 2017
Continuing Education Center
Digi-Key

Warren Miller

Warren Miller has more than 30 years of experience in electronics and has held a variety of positions in engineering, applications, strategic marketing, and product planning with large electronics... More

MCUs provide the foundation on which the IoT is being created and at some point the digital Microcontroller world needs to meet the real analog world. Whether with analog sensors, coils for mechanical actuators or motors, high temperature thermocouples or simple battery level detectors connecting to the analog world is going to be a requirement. This course will provide an overview of the many types of analog and linear peripherals available for IoT applications, and quick description of the most common peripherals- such as ADC, DAC, Voltage detectors will be covered. Additionally, more specialized analog elements will also be included. Some example implementations, available on inexpensive MCU kits, will provide a ‘hands-on’ element for the course.

March 16 – Day 4: Analog Support Functions

This class will provide descriptions and examples of some of the common analog support functions- battery level sensors, power measurement and other simple, but important analog and linear circuits will be described.
March 16, 2017 - 2:00pm EDT
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