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Texas Instruments Holds Second Annual MSP430 Ultra-Low-Power MCU Advanced Technical Conference

Sep 4, 2003


Back by popular demand, TI´s second annual worldwide MSP430 Advanced Technical Conference (ATC) offers designers a deep dive into the newest material on the ultra-low-power microcontroller unit (MCU) line. MSP430 experts will provide attendees knowledge of the MSP430 architecture, peripherals, coding/design techniques and applications packaged with fun and prizes. For low-power applications requiring both analog and digital signal processing, the MSP430 line provides a range of exceptional cost/performance options. Conference attendees will join TI MSP430 experts, third parties and MSP430 users from around the world for three days of intensive training, labs and social events. 


The MSP430 Advanced Technical Conference targets MSP430 users who want to fully optimize the performance of their applications. The conference is also open to practiced MCU designers without any MSP430 experience.


November 11-13, 2003 (US) December 2-4, 2003 (Europe)


Doral Tesoro Hotel and Golf Club resort in Fort Worth, TX Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Miesbach (near Munich), Germany

New this year, the ATC design contest offers up a digital camera for the best MSP430 low-power design as determined by a panel of expert judges. Conference registration includes two nights of hotel accommodations, food, beverages, refreshments and entertainment events. The early bird registration rate is $499 in the US and 690 EURO in Europe. Attendees will also receive a unique MSP430 experimenter´s board. Course details and registration information are available at