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Have Your Cake and Eat it too – Analog Solutions within a Digital MCU

We all strive to reduce BOM costs and increase PCB space in our designs. Join this webinar to learn how to ease these burdens with the new MSP430FR2355 MCU and its integrated Smart Analog Combo configurable signal-chain elements.



Originally presented: March 21, 2019
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

10 AM ET / 7 AM PT / 3 PM CET

This webinar will explore the Smart Analog Combo peripheral, configurations and applications as well as the MSP430FR2355 ecosystem and additional features of the MCU. We all strive to reduce BOM costs and increase PCB space in our designs. Thanks to the new MSP430FR2355 MCU and its integrated Smart Analog Combo configurable signal-chain elements, you can ease these burdens. The integration of four Smart Analog Combo modules that each can be configured to be an Op Amp, PGA or 12-bit DAC within the device gives designers an MCU that will satisfy analog needs without external components.

Key Takeaways

  • What the Smart Analog Combo peripheral is
  • The benefits of the programmable gain operational amplifiers and digital to analog converters within the Smart Analog Combo
  • How the Smart Analog Combo can be used to design a variety of end equipment
  • Highlights of the MSP430FR2355 device
  • Benefits of the easy-to-use MSP430 ecosystem and tools

Speaker

Mitch Ridgeway, Applications Engineer, Texas Instruments

Mitch Ridgeway is an applications engineer for the MSP430 microcontroller business at Texas Instruments (TI). His focus is on supporting industrial sensing customers and designing solutions to fit their needs. Mitch graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida in 2016. Later that year he joined the Applications Rotation Program at Texas Instruments. Mitch has experience supporting customers using TI's capacitive touch, ultrasonic sensing and general purpose MCUs.