Live Webinar

Rapid Prototyping for Hearing Aid Development
22 OCT 2020 | 16:00 (GMT+8)
Online via Webex
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Overview

Attend our upcoming third webinar in a series of three, to learn how to design a full system in Simulink related to hearing aids and cochlear implants, and then prototype the design on real hardware. We will discuss how components in Simulink are integrated into a full system model. We discuss how to work with multiple domains within the same model (Analog Mixed-Signal), as well as how to work with multiple rates within the same DSP system design. Then we will bring real hardware into the picture. We will demonstrate how to quickly prototype your system modeled in Simulink on real hardware platforms.

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Highlights

  • Include Analog Mixed-Signal (AMS) elements in the design
  • Model multiple rates in the same design
  • Perform rapid prototyping on real hardware (i.e. Speedgoat)

    Who Should Attend

  • Developers, engineers, and researchers working with hearing aids and cochlear implants

 

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The Speakers

Joscha Kunz
EMEA Manager Technical Sales  at Speedgoat
 

Joscha Kunz is the Manager of Technical Sales in EMEA at Speedgoat. In his role he works with the leading companies in the field of audio processing and others to enable/support them in the field of Real-Time testing and Simulation. With his background in engineering he enjoys the collaboration within different industries and to capacitate engineers to reach the implementation of their ideas faster as well as profit from easier and more complete testing.

 

Dr. Daniel Aronsson
Senior application Engineer at MathWorks
 

Dr. Daniel Aronsson is a senior application engineer at MathWorks with specialization in signal processing and communications system design. He has several years of experience in these fields and he also works regularly with FPGA system implementation. Daniel holds a Ph.D. in wireless communications from Uppsala University, on the topic of MIMO channel prediction.

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