Analog Devices will host a webinar on the fundamentals digital to analog converter (DAC). The 60-minute webcast will take place on May 11, 2011, at 12:00 pm ET. The title of the online seminar is: Fundamentals of Designing with Semiconductors for Signal Processing Applications: Digital to Analog Converters. The ADI webinar is the second part of a three-part tutorial series.
Power.org, ENEA, Freescale Semiconductor, and IBM are offering two educational webinars. The first webinar, QorIQ Qonverge – Complete Wireless Solutions for Small to Large Cells, will take place March 24 at 2:00 pm CT. It will be hosted by ENEA and Freescale Semiconductor. The second webinar, HPC – Innovative technologies for power management based on Power Architecture, will take place March 29 at 10:00 am CT. It will be hosted by IBM. The two webcasts are ideal for people dealing with power management issues in embedded mobile networking and high performance compute (HPC) applications.
National Instruments UK & Ireland is offering three interactive webcasts for engineers and scientists. The webinars will share tips for creating a prototype and present tools to save money and achieve a faster, high-quality product to market. The online seminars will take December 7-9th. Each webcast is be presented at 10am and 2pm with attendees having the opportunity to interact directly with the presenter and other attendees. The series will also be available for download on demand from mid December.
Vishay Intertechnology introduced five new optoelectronics webinars. The webcasts help engineers understand the applications and key performance parameters for solid state lighting, phototriacs, photodiodes, high-speed optocouplers, and ambient light sensors. The five online seminars are:
- Solid State Lighting
- Phototriacs for Consumer Applications
- High-Speed SMD Pin Photodiodes
- High-Speed Analog Optocouplers
- Ambient Light Sensors
Cadence Design Systems is offering a series of silicon realization webinars. The webcasts will present new approaches to improving productivity, predictability, and profitability. Attendess will learn how to maximize investment in the UVM, find out how to achieve a predictable and convergent path to closure, learn how to eliminate bugs with formal verification, and enhance design team collaboration. All the online seminars will take place from 10am-11am PST.
Cadence Design Systems has been running their System Realization Webinar Series since last month. There are still three webcasts left in the series: Developing Software for ARM-Based Devices (October 13th), System Realization Services from Cadence (October 20th), and TSMC Reference Flow 11: ESL Focus on High-Level Synthesis (November 3rd). The online seminars address the challenges related to system level methodologies including design, verification, TLM, IP, and software integration.
Cadence Design Systems is offering a series of EDA360 webinars. The digital implementation and signoff webcasts will present the latest approaches to realizing silicon, productively and profitably. The first online event, Getting Back Timing Margins: Traditional OCV Alternatives, starts today at 10am Pacific time. EDA360 supports both design creators and integrators.
Blue Ridge Numerics announced two live webinars on Digital Prototyping in a Flow and Thermal World. The first webcast will take place on Wednesday, April 28, 2010, at 11:00 a.m. ET and cover the importance of flow and thermal simulations from within the CAD environment. The second online seminar will place on Thursday, April 29, at 12:00 noon ET and will cover the importance of thermal simulations from within the CAD environment with a focus on the LED lighting industry.
Avnet Electronics Marketing, Portescap, and Texas Instruments (TI) teamed together on a 10-part, videocast series covering innovative design ideas using motor control products and solutions. The Motor Control Analog eLab Videocast Series covers topics like product innovation, design best practices and conventional development considerations. The webinars feature Portescap’s motor portfolio and TI’s TMS320C2000 microcontroller platform. The webcasts are five to ten minutes in length.
National Instruments introduced their Embedded Virtualization Webcast Series. The webinars from NI and Intel focus on virtualization technology — from introductory information and business benefits, to key underlying technologies and implementation details. The online seminars will help engineers, scientists, and embedded designers understand virtualization, select a software solution, and implement that solution quickly. Sessions are free of charge, and audience members can ask questions live.