Analog Amplifier webcast

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This was in the morning e-mail bag. Noon Eastern Time, but you will have to register.

Jack in New Joysey

Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 4:57 PM
Subject: July 18 Amplifier Online Seminar Reminder

Dear ,

Don't forget that this Thursday, July 18th we will be holding our second live amplifier online seminar at 9 a.m. PST. If you haven't done so already, please
In this session, we will be focusing on special amplifiers, and how some applications can benefit from using these parts. The first presentation of this one-hour seminar will be interactive, providing you an opportunity to ask questions live with our host. After that, the seminars will be available 24/7 on our web site.

Hope to see you there!

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Nat Semi amp webcast

In the Mailbag from National Semiconductor: <em><p>Subject: Live! Bob Pease, on The Use and Abuse of Amplifiers, December 5, 2002

National Semiconductor Presents:
Live! Bob Pease, on The Use and Abuse of Amplifiers

December 5, 2002 09:00 a.m. PT/ 11:00 a.m. CT/ 12:00 p.m. ET
United Kingdom 4:00 p.m

Approximately 1 hour Co-Sponsored by:

"Fools you are... to say you learn by your experience .... I prefer to profit by other's mistakes and avoid the price of my own."- Otto von Bismarck, 19th Century Prussian Chancellor.

Yet Bob also says, "I'm perfectly capable of making mistakes, every kind of mistake." And so are many (most?) people. Different techniques are needed for successfully designing with low noise, precision, and wide-bandwidth op amps. Bob will use examples of selected amplifier application circuits, showing how they work (or don't work).

Bob Pease obtained a BSEE from MIT in 1961 and is Staff Scientist at National Semiconductor Corp., Santa Clara, California.

Topics to be covered in this seminar include:

Low noise, precision, and wide-bandwidth amplifiers
Selected amplifier application circuits - why they work or why they don't
Who should attend?

It is suggested to have some experience in the use of op amps.

System requirements:

A Pentium PC or MAC equivalent
A sound card with speakers or headphones
A 28.8Kbps internet connection
Realplayer 8 or higher -or- Windows Media Player 6.4 or higher
Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher -or- Netscape Navigator 4.0 or higher
(Note: Netscape Navigator 6.x is not supported) </em>
How to register:


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