Jump start your Hall-effect sensor expertise

Hall-effect magnetic sensors are an integral part of modern electronics, bridging physical movement to digital information.  This technical dive explores the technology, devices on the market, uses, and fundamental application considerations.  Engineers who are new to magnetic sensors will be able to understand how they work and create proper designs.

 

Speaker

  • Luke Skinner is an engineer who has worked for the Motor Driver group at Texas Instruments for nearly two years and holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from The University of Texas at Dallas. He currently focuses on the magnetic Hall effect sensors and other coming sensor technologies from TI.


 


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