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TI Precision Labs is the electronics industry's first comprehensive online classroom for analog engineers. The on-demand curriculum pairs theory and applied lab exercises to deepen the technical expertise of experienced engineers and accelerate the development of those early in their career. This free modular curriculum includes over 40 hands-on trainings and lab videos, covering analog amplifier design considerations with online course work.
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Written by op amp experts Art Kay and Tim Green, the Analog Engineer's Pocket Reference covers a wide variety of popular precision signal chain topics – from op amp bandwidth and stability to analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversions and more. Download the free e-book today (myTI login required) or purchase a hard copy to put this hand, tried-and-true reference guide at your fingertips.
Art Kay, Linear Applications Manager
Art specializes in sensor signal conditioning devices and industrial applications, such as bridge sensors, RTD and thermocouple. He is an operational amplifier noise expert who has published a book and article series on the topic. When he's not working, he enjoys launching high-powered model rockets and tinkering with pinball machines.
Tim Green, Senior Applications Engineer
Tim's analysis and research into op amp open loop output impedance (Zo) and op amp stability have earned him the nickname "Wizard of Zo" among his colleagues. He has more than 32 years of experience in brushless motor control, aircraft jet engine control, missile systems, power op amps, data acquisition systems, CCD cameras, power automotive audio and analog/mixed signal semiconductors.