The seminar entitled “Testing Analog-to-Digital Converters – A Practical Approach” is a one-day information intensive course, designed to address the real life issues associated with testing A/D converters. The skills and knowledge acquired in this course extend well beyond A/D converters to provide a functional model for testing a variety of mixed signal circuits. Today many Test, Product, and Applications Engineers are familiar with digital circuits but lack experience with mixed signal devices and modern mixed signal ATE equipment. This course explains the finer points of device specifications, ATE instrumentation, test methodologies, and techniques for avoiding common problems associated with testing today’s complex devices. It is no longer necessary to attend the costly and time consuming “University of Trial and Error” – now you can quickly gain the practical knowledge you need directly from the experts.
Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for Test, Product, and Applications Engineers (and their managers) who need to learn how modern mixed signal ATE is used to test ADCs. Many of these engineers will be familiar with digital design and test techniques, but lack experience with analog testing and mixed signal device specifications.
When & Where
Classes are held at various locations on a regular basis. Give us a call to schedule an on site class or click Schedules for the latest class dates.
The cost to attend this one-day course is $495.00 US, per attendee and includes all course material.
Power point presentation in “notes” format, over 175 slides.