TI to Conduct Power Supply Design Seminars

8/8/2002 - Continuing to provide the analog designer with unmatched service and support, Texas Instruments (TI) announced the schedule for its 2002 North American Power Supply Design Seminar Series. TI will conduct a series of one-day seminars in 33 U.S. and Canadian markets beginning on September 9, 2002. Additional seminars in Europe, Asia, and South America will begin in the first quarter of 2003. This series continues the tradition of technical, but highly practical presentations that contain a blend of advanced power supply concepts, tutorial review of basic design principles, and "hands-on" applications examples.

Topics for this years seminar include:

TI is a leading supplier of power management devices, providing innovative, high-performance power supply ICs for a wide range of applications, including telecommunications and data communications equipment, electronic data processing, industrial automation and merchant power supplies. With the combined resources of seasoned power supply presenters, enhanced with TI's specialized power management product capabilities, the 2002 seminar series promises to provide designers with a high level of technical content, innovative technologies, unconventional solutions and approaches and complete design examples. The field of presenters includes a variety of specialists well known in the analog community for their proficiency in power-related topics.

The cost of the daylong seminar in North America is US $95, excluding VAT. Please access TI's Web site for pricing information on European and Middle Eastern seminars later this year. Pricing includes a continental breakfast, lunch, a copy of the seminar manual and presentation materials.

For more information and to register call 1-800-477-8924 or visit TIs Web site at: www.ti.com/sc/training

North American Dates and Locations:

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