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Glen Brisebois - Applications Engineer - Signal Conditioning

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Glen Brisebois is an Applications Engineer with the Signal Conditioning group at Linear Technology in Silicon Valley. He attended the University of Alberta in Canada, achieving Bachelor's degrees in both Physics and Electrical Engineering. He attempted monastic life for several years with both the Trappists and the Carthusians, but couldn't stop thinking about circuits. He is now happily married with several children, and works a lot with circuits, but will sometimes advocate an ADC instead. His article "Signal Conditioning for High Impedance Sensors" at EDN magazine won the Best Article award of 2006.

Publications

Type Title Date ▴
Blog Signal Conditioning for High Impedance Sensors Sep 22nd, 2015
Blog Injection-Lock a Wien-Bridge Oscillator Sep 22nd, 2015
Article Injection-lock a Wien-bridge oscillator Sep 21st, 2015
LT Journal Op Amp Combines Femtoamp Bias Current with 4GHz Gain Bandwidth Product, Shines New Light on Photonics Applications Jul 7th, 2015
Article Transimpedance Amplifiers for Wide Range Photodiodes Have Challenging Requirements Apr 20th, 2015
Blog Robust High Voltage Over-The-Top Op Amps Maintain High Input Impedance with Inputs Driven Apart or When Powered Down Nov 5th, 2014
Design Note DN533 - Robust High Voltage Over-The-Top Op Amps Maintain High Input Impedance with Inputs Driven Apart or When Powered Down Nov 5th, 2014
Blog Layout For Precision Op Amps Sep 13th, 2013
Blog Low Noise Single Supply Photodiode Amplifier Feb 4th, 2013
LT Journal December 2009 - Using a Differential I/O Amplifier in Single-Ended Applications Dec 1st, 2009
Design Note DN473 - Using a Differential I/O Amplifier in Single-Ended Applications Nov 11th, 2009
Video Paralleling Amplifiers and Layout Essentials for Driving Capacitive Loads Fast - LT1397, LT1206, LT1207 Dec 15th, 2008
Design Note DN451 - Current Sense Amp Inputs Work from –0.3V to 44V Independent of Supply Sep 11th, 2008
LT Journal Mar 2008 - Versatile Current Sense Amplifiers Offer Rail-to-Rail Input, 150°C Operating Temperature Mar 19th, 2008
Design Note DN414 - Micropower Op Amps Work Down to 1.8V Total Supply, Guaranteed over Temperature Apr 12th, 2007
Design Note DN399 - Low Noise Amplifiers for Small and Large Area Photodiodes Sep 19th, 2006
LT Journal Dec 2005 Op Amp Selection Guide for Optimum Noise Performance Mar 28th, 2006
LT Journal Dec 2005 Fast CMOS Op Amp Challenges Bipolar Amps on All Key Specs Mar 28th, 2006
LT Journal May 2005 - Finally, High Voltage Current Sensing Made Easy Jun 10th, 2005
LT Journal November 2004 - Versatile Op Amps Need No Resistors Mar 25th, 2005
Design Note DN355 - Op Amp Selection Guide for Optimum Noise Performance Jan 7th, 2005
Design Note DN348 - Precise Gain Without External Resistors Sep 5th, 2004
LT Journal Aug 2002 High Speed Low Noise Op Amp Family Challenges Power and Distortion Assumptions with Rail-to-Rail Inputs and Output Aug 9th, 2004
Design Note DN331 - Dual 25µV Micropower Op Amp Fits in 3mm x 3mm Package Feb 2nd, 2004
Design Note DN323 - New Instrumentation Amplifiers Maximize Output Swing on Low Voltage Supplies Oct 2nd, 2003
Design Note DN308 - 100MHz Op Amp Features Low Noise Rail-to-Rail Performance While Consuming Only 2.5mA Apr 2nd, 2003
LT Journal Dec 2002 2500V/µs Slew Rate Op Amps Process Large Signals with Low Distortion at High Frequencies Dec 1st, 2002
Design Note DN288 - RMS-to-DC Conversion Just Got Easy Jun 2nd, 2002
Design Note DN286 - Fast and Accurate 80MHz Amplifier Draws Only 2mA May 3rd, 2002
LT Journal Mar 2002 Rail-to-Rail Output Dual Comparator Resolves 150MHz Signals While Shifting from Analog to Digital Voltage Levels Mar 1st, 2002
LT Journal Mar 2002 Delta Sigma Breakthrough: LTC1966 True RMS-to-DC Converter Uses No Diodes, Heaters or Logarithms Mar 1st, 2002
LT Journal Dec 2001 Accurate and Fast 80MHz Amplifier Draws only 2mA Dec 1st, 2001
Design Note DN241 - Fast Op Amps Operate Rail-to-Rail on 2.7V Oct 1st, 2001
LT Journal Sep 2001 LTC1668 DAC and LT1807 Op Amp Achieve 90ns Settling to 16 Bits and 83dB SFDR in a Small Footprint Sep 1st, 2001
Design Note DN266 - LT1880 SOT-23 Superbeta Op Amp Saves Board Space in Precision Applications Sep 1st, 2001
LT Journal May 2001 LT1880 SOT-23 Op Amp Saves Board Space in Precision Applications May 1st, 2001
LT Journal May 2001 1MW Transimpedance Amplifier Achieves Near-Theoretical Noise Performance, 2.4GHz Gain Bandwidth, with Large-Area Photodiodes May 1st, 2001
Design Note DN230 - Rail-to-Rail Amplifiers Operate on 2.7V with 20µV Offset Apr 15th, 2001
Design Note DN254 - LT1806: 325MHz Low Noise Rail-to-Rail SOT-23 Op Amp Saves Board Space Apr 1st, 2001
Design Note DN227 - Sense Milliamps to Kiloamps and Digitize to 12 Bits Apr 1st, 2001
LT Journal Feb 2001 New UltraFast Comparators: Rail-to-Rail Inputs and 2.4V Operation Allow Use on Low Supplies Feb 1st, 2001
Design Note DN248 - Rail-to-Rail I/O and 2.4V Operation Allow UltraFast Comparators to be Used on Low Voltage Supplies Jan 1st, 2001
LT Journal Nov 2000 Low Distortion Rail-to-Rail Amplifiers Drive ADCs and Cables Nov 1st, 2000
LT Journal Nov 2000 SOT-23 10MHz Rail-to-Rail Op Amp Saves Board Space and Power Nov 1st, 2000
LT Journal May 2000 Measure Resistances Easily, without Reference Resistor or Current Source May 1st, 2000
LT Journal May 2000 New Instrumentation Amplifier: Single-Resistor Gain Set and Precision Front End Make Accuracy Easy May 1st, 2000
LT Journal Sep 1999 Micropower, Precision Current Sense Amplifier Operates from 2.5V to 60V Sep 1st, 1999