Dialog Semiconductor workshop featuring GreenPAK™ Configurable Mixed Signal ICs
12 Feb 2019 - 19 Feb 2019
Multiple dates / locations
As a design engineer, what if you could use programmable analog and digital functional blocks that are not only simple to implement, but also highly cost effective. In this configuration workshop, Dialog Semiconductor will introduce GreenPAK: industry-leading mixed signal configurable ICs that provide a unique combination of wide functionality, high flexibility and low cost.
Engineers tasked with improving integration, power consumption, time to market and reliability while reducing costs will draw value from GreenPAK ICs, which can enable more elegant designs for more sophisticated applications. What’s more, this allows users to break the bonds of fixed functionality without the burden of extra cost.
In this hands-on workshop, attendees will receive an evaluation board—valued at $200—as well as the tools to be ready to apply their new knowledge. By the end of the day, engineers will be able to successfully integrate many separate functions on a PCB into one IC which offers enhanced security and differentiation while reducing cost and improving reliability.
With GreenPAK, devices can be easily programmed or reprogrammed by the user and support many common functional building blocks such as:
- Voltage references
- Level translation
- Finite state machines
The workshops will be held in English. All participants need to bring their personal computer, and download the GreenPAK Designer from Dialog.
Dates & locations
|12 February 2019||Munich, Germany (Avnet Silica Poing office)||Registration closed.|
|13 February 2019||Stuttgart, Germany (relexa Waldhotel Schatten, Magstadter Str. 2-4, 70569 Stuttgart)||Registration closed.|
|14 February 2019||Rothrist, Switzerland (Avnet Silica Rothrist office)||Register here.|
|19 February 2019||Maidenhead, UK (Avnet offices Maidenhead)||Register here.|
|20 February 2019||Stevenange, UK (Avnet offices Stevenage)||Register here.|
- 08:30 - 09:00 - Registration
- 09:00 - 10:00 - Introduction to GPAK Mixed Signal Matrix devices & tools
- 10:30 - 11:00 - Design examples with GPAK analog and digital functional blocks
- 11:00 - 12:00 - Designing your custom mixed-signal circuit
- 12:00 - 13:00 - Additional design examples, Lunch and Q&A