Date: Tuesday, October 02, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsor: Mouser Electronics and Microchip
Duration: 60 Minutes
In this webinar from Microchip’s 16-bit Microcontroller Group, you will learn how the two dsPIC® DSC cores in the dsPIC33CH family simplify firmware development, optimize performance for digital power and motor control applications and provide new features and more integration for math intensive functions or time-sensitive control algorithms. We will show the target end-equipment, highlight key peripherals and core enhancements, and finally share real-world performance details via application examples.
Product Marketing Manager, MCU16 Division
Microchip Technology Inc.
Tom Spohrer is a Product Marketing Manager with Microchip Technology’s MCU16 Division where he is focused on the product definition and marketing of a family of dsPIC® digital signal controllers that are designed for power-conversion applications.
Before joining Microchip, Tom worked at Advanced Micro Devices managing an applications engineering team, and at Intrinsity, a venture-capital-funded startup company, as the Director of Marketing and Applications for an advanced digital signal processor targeted at software defined radio applications.
Tom started his career designing firmware and software for telecom systems at Sykes Datatronics, and later joined Motorola where he held various design and design management positions developing high-end microprocessors.
Tom has more than 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering from The Rochester Institute of Technology, and an MBA from St. Edward’s University. Tom is a patent holder, and is based at Microchip’s Chandler, Arizona headquarters.