Title: Counting Electrons: Making Ultra-high Sensitivity Femtoamp Measurements
Date: April 27, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM EST | 5:00 PM CET
Duration: 1 hour
Sponsored by: Analog Devices & Mouser Electronics
Need ultra-high sensitivity measurements in the picoamps and below? It's harder than you think, but Analog Devices' high precision signal chains for electrometer-grade measurements make it attainable with a new reference platform. This webcast will explore the applications requiring sub-picoamp measurements and discuss the design challenges associated with implementing a low leakage, high precision signal path.
During this webcast you will learn:
- Challenges of designing an ultra-low leakage, high-sensitivity measurement system
- How to identify and mitigate leakage sources in your signal chain
- Noise and component considerations for an electrometer front end
Who should attend:
Engineers defining and designing detector interfaces for spectroscopy, electrochemistry, cutting-edge scientific research, and material identification systems. Anyone interested in the challenges of particle counting and electrometers.
Vicky Wong is an Applications engineer in the Linear and Precision Technology Group for ADI, and is based in San Jose. She graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electrical engineering.
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