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October 25, 2011

Ultra-Low-Power Capacitive Touch: Touch Sensing Basics and Implementation Challenges

Keynote Speaker for this Event:
  • Pradhyum Ramkumar, MSP430 Product Marketing Manager, Texas Instruments  Learn More

  • Ultra-Low-Power Capacitive Touch: Touch Sensing Basics and Implementation Challenges

    Capacitive touch is taking the world by storm, and the MSP430's new cap-touch software library greatly simplifies the process of creating buttons, sliders, and other cap-touch controls.

    Attendees will understand the fundamental principles of capacitive touch, the various algorithms that may be used as well as some of the implementation challenges.



    • Electrical systems design engineers
    • Embedded systems designers & developers
    • Low Power & RF System engineers
    • Low power systems design engineers

    Pradhyum Ramkumar, MSP430 Product Marketing Manager, Texas Instruments

    Pradhyum Ramkumar is currently a Product marketing manager for MSP430 Ultra-low power micro-controllers at Texas Instruments. He has been at TI for 6 years in various sales and marketing roles. Prior to TI, he led engineering teams at Cedarpoint communications, Tellabs and DSP Software Engineering, developing complex Voice over IP media gateways. He holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson and an MSEE from Clarkson University in DSP and power systems.


    Texas Instruments develops analog, digital signal processing, RF and DLP® semiconductor technologies that help customers deliver consumer and industrial electronics products with greater performance, increased power efficiency, higher precision, more mobility and better quality.

    TI offers a broad portfolio of Smart Electricity Meter & Utility Meter solutions. TI's comprehensive utility metering solution portfolio includes devices for electricity & utility meter systems, as well as power line communications (PLC) and radio frequency (RF) interfaces for automated meter reading (AMR) that allow customers to design "smart metering" solutions. TI offers the broadest range of embedded control products, including ultra-low-power MSP430™ microcontrollers with the right mix of intelligent peripherals, ease of use, RF connectivity options, low cost and lowest power consumption for metering, and thousands of other applications.

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