Learn how to use Dual PCB Configurable Logic to improve the way you implement control logic solutions into your design

This webinar from Nexperia Logic products will show design engineers how and where to use dual PCB configurable logic to speed production and achieve real systems cost savings.

Dual PCB configurable logic from Nexperia Logic products combines two configurable logic devices in a single package with up to 49 different configuration options available in one package. It gives engineers a more flexible, and more economical way to implement solutions for control logic. These advantages mean lower system cost, improved inventory management, and fewer qualification expenses during development. Simply put-- dual configurable logic is the next step in logic design.

Date / Time

  • March 2nd, 2017

This webinar will be held twice

  • 15h00 CET/ Berlin time
  • 17h00 CET/ Berlin time (08h00 am PST / LA time)

Speaker

  • Tom Wolf is a Senior Product Application Engineer for Logic Devices at Nexperia.  His design and application experience extends to a wide array of systems including server/workstation design, optoelectronics, battery and energy systems and embedded controllers.

 

Who should attend?
Design engineers, design managers, system architects.


 


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