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||Analog Devices' Motor Control Platform Demonstration
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-12 14:01 - 4,061 views
This video includes a demonstration of the Analog Devices' ADSP-CM40x
mixed-signal control processor with ARM® Cortex®-M4 core driving two
high-precision servos simultaneously along with the Xilinx® Zynq® based
FPGA development kit, all connected to Analog Devices' sophisticated
front-end control, isolation and power solutions.
||Embedded Vision Systems - Enabling the Ultimate "Machines That See"
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-12 14:01 - 3,697 views
The Blackfin-based Embedded Vision Systems Technology
platform demonstrates advanced algorithms used in edge
detection, character segmentation and recognition, face
detection and eye tracking, drowsy operator detection and
object recognition and tracking. These proprietary algorithms
are used extensively in modern industrial/ commercial applications
that require real-time analysis of live video in systems such as
security and surveillance, parking access, building automation
and control, currency counting, machinery and control, and much more.
||iCoupler® Low Power Digital Isolator
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-12 14:00 - 3,548 views
The ADuM124x (www.analog.com/ADuM124x) and ADuM144x
(www.analog.com/ADuM144x) families of digital isolators are
the industry's lowest power isolators. Capable of up to 2500V
of isolation in an ultra-small QSOP package, check out how a
common potato can drive these devices.
||ADuCM350, Impedance Analyzer on a single Chip
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-12 11:53 - 3,479 views
The ADUCM350 is a complete meter on chip which can be
used in Medical & Industrial applications for high precision
Impedance Analyses as well as Bio-medical measurements.
The Analog front-end consists of a flexible wave form generator
to power the load and a receive channel with 16Bit/160kSPS
Analog to Digital converter to measure the response. An on-board
DFT engine provides the results of the measurement which can be
stored through DMA into flash memory. The Cortex M3 processor
provides all flexibility for user interfacing including a 6 channel capacitive
key board interface, LCD driver, various wired interfaces including
USB and an acoustic driver, all in a 8x8mm BGA package. When
performance is required however size, power and price matters,
this ADUCM350 is the answer.
||AD-FMComms3-EBZ: AD9361 2 X 2 RF AGILE TRANSCEIVER Software development Kit
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-12 11:47 - 4,190 views
The AD-FMCOMMS-EBZ cards are a high-speed analog FMC
module designed to showcase the AD9361 or AD9364, a high
performance, highly integrated RF agile transceiver intended for
use in RF applications, such as 3G and 4G base station applications
and software defined radios.
||System Partitioning and Design
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-06 11:26 - 3,508 views
Acquired analog signals can be manipulated and processed
by either the analog or digital portions of a system,
for example, through filtering, multiplexing, and gain control.
The analog portions of a system can typically provide reasonably
simple processing at fairly low cost, power, and overhead.
Digital processing can provide far greater analysis power and
can alter the nature of the analysis without changing hardware.
Sampling theory, however, must be taken into account.
This session covers the signal chain basics from signal to sensor
to amplifier to converter to digital processor and back out again.
||Process Control Systems
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-06 11:25 - 3,760 views
The industrial control market involves the monitoring
and control aspects of both complex and simple processes.
Common trends within the industry, notably the drive for
increased efficiencies, better robustness, higher channel
densities, and faster monitoring and control speeds, subsequently
drive new technology advancements for semiconductor
manufacturers. This session aims to give a broad overview
of the system requirements for both field instruments
(sensors/actuators) and control room (analog input/output)
modules, and demonstrates a typical I/O module configuration
with HART® (highway addressable remote transducer) connectivity.
Presented by: Derrick Hartmann, Systems Applications Engineer
||Powering Noise Sensitive Systems
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-06 11:24 - 3,630 views
When it comes to high performance signal chains,
you need high performance power solutions. Noise
sensitive circuits such as analog-to-digital converters
(ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), amplifiers,
and phase lock loops (PLLs)—as well as FPGAs—demand
low noise power supplies that require specialized design
techniques. Engineers spend hours trying to figure out
how to power these circuits without adding noise.
This presentation will focus on understanding various
methods for not only approaching but meeting system
requirements. The session will introduce tested solutions
and layout considerations that must be taken into account
when designing with switching regulators and low drop ou
t (LDO) regulators.
Presented by: Luca Vassalli, Power Management Applications Manager
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-06 11:23 - 3,893 views
This session provides insight into the operation of electric
motor drive systems. Topics include electric motor operation
and construction, motor control strategies, feedback sensors
and circuits, power and isolation, and challenges of designing
highly efficient motor control systems. A new high performanc
e servo control FMC board will be introduced in the presentation,
which provides an efficient motor control solution for different
types of electric motors, addresses power and isolation challenges,
and provides accurate measurement of motor feedback signals and
increased control flexibility due to FPGA interfacing capabilities.
The motor control hardware platform will be used to demonstrate
rapid prototyping of motor control algorithms using Xilinx base platforms
and the MathWorks development and simulation tools.
Presented by: Andrei Cozma, Design Manager
||Frequency Synthesis and Clock Generation for High Speed Systems
by AnalogDevice - 2014-03-06 11:20 - 2,811 views
Frequency synthesis and clock generation are now
key elements in all aspects of high speed data acquisition
and RF design. In this session, the primary types of
frequency synthesizers—phase-locked loops (PLL) and
direct digital synthesizers (DDS)—are discussed, along
with the applications for when each is appropriate. Also
covered are detailed aspects of synthesizer design. Other
applications, such as clock distribution and translation are
addressed, and problems associated with poor clocking are
identified. Examples of poor clocking are shown, along with
the results of doing it properly.
Presented by: Mike Curtin, Applications Engineering Manager