Register and attend tomorrow’s (9/28) webinar, for your chance to be one of
20 chosen attendees for an exclusive offer. If selected, you’ll be sent an FRAM
dev board and given one week to study and test the board. You’ll also be invited
to participate in a virtual session with the other participants and a TI expert.
Three chances to win - digikey.com/tiwebinars for more information and
dates/times. *To be eligible you must register and attend the
EMBEDDED MEMORY WITH FRAM
Learn how embedded
memory has been changed forever with the introduction of Ferroelectric Random
Access Memory (FRAM). In this webinar, you will learn how FRAM works when
integrated into an MCU and what that means for applications such as wireless
sensor networks, energy harvesting, and
ROGER NEUMAIR is a
microcontroller systems expert for Texas Instruments based in Freising, Germany
and has over 20 years of industry experience. In his current role as a senior
contributor, he has integrated the MSP430TM Ultra-Low Power Microcontrollers
with embedded FRAM memory.
28, 2011 • 12 p.m. GMT
Register at: www.digikey.com/tiwebinars
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