How to address sensing design challenges using a microcontroller with integrated analog


March 30, 2021

When developing sensing solutions, there are a number of ways to create your design. You can optimize for size and cost, using a microcontroller with integrated analog can help to streamline your design.

In this webinar, we will examine four different applications benefiting from the use of a microcontroller with integrated analog. These microcontrollers include integrated programmable gain amplifiers and high-speed ADCs which have been designed to enable turn key analog + digital solutions.  

  • Benefits of using an integrated programmable gain amplifier for gas detectors. 
  • Value of integrated analog microcontrollers to enable best in class PIR solutions. 
  • Process for enabling single drop resolution leak detection and 0.5% concentration sensing using 8MSPS integrated sigma delta ADCs.

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Leo Estevez, Application Lead, Texas Instruments

Leo Estevez received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M with focus on Digital Signal Processing and Computer Vision in 1997. He subsequently received another Master’s degree in Applied Cognitive Neuroscience from UTD in 2009. After working as an independent embedded systems contractor, he joined Texas Instruments in 1997. He is currently working as an applications lead in the MSP430 business unit with focus on ultrasonic and integrated analog sensing applications.

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