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Capacitive touch thermostat with WiFi and Bluetooth demo

Watch a demo from Texas Instruments of a capacitive touch, IoT-enabled thermostat with Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) touch sensors on a QVGA display with Bluetooth and WiFi functionality.
12th October 2017

Ultra low power high speed amplifier overview

The 105MHz, OPA837 ultra low power amp is well suited for use as a low power 12 to 16-bit SAR ADC driver and for ultra low power active filter designs.
11th October 2017

Increasing system protection with MSDI devices

Increasing system protection with MSDI devices
  Two Multi-Switch Detection Interface (MSDI) devices that that consume up to 98% less system power than conventional discrete solutions, has been announced by Texas Instruments. The TIC12400 and TIC12400-Q1 are the first switch and sensor monitors that directly interface with resistor-coded switches. 
11th October 2017

Can mmWave sensors see in the rain?

Can a mmWave sensor detect objects through the rain?
9th October 2017

Sense the world with TI mmWave sensors

Texas Instruments are testing the mmWave forum questions by demonstrating the ability of TI's IWR mmWave sensors to see through rain and walls, and detect very small objects.
6th October 2017

Temboo machine generates code to develop IoT applications

Temboo customers are now able to machine generate production-ready embedded hardware application code for TI's new SimpleLink MCU platform.
4th October 2017

Ultrasonic MCUs are making electronic water meters smarter

Ultrasonic MCUs are making electronic water meters smarter
Texas Instruments has unveiled a new family of MSP430 microcontrollers (MCUs) with an integrated ultrasonic sensing analogue front end that enables smart water meters to deliver higher accuracy and lower power consumption. In addition, TI introduced two new reference designs that make it easier to design modules for adding Automated Meter Reading (AMR) capabilities to existing mechanical water meters.
27th September 2017

Level sensing using IWR mmWave sensors

This short video explains how developers can use IWR mmWave sensors for Level Sensing to improve accuracy, higher continuous bandwidth and reduced antenna size.
22nd September 2017

DC/DC buck converter features innovative control topology

DC/DC buck converter features innovative control topology
Texas Instruments has introduced the 16V input, 40A synchronous DC/DC buck converter with an internally compensated Advanced-Current-Mode (ACM) control topology supporting frequency synchronisation. TI’s TPS543C20 SWIFT converter provides enhanced efficiency by integrating its latest generation of low resistance high and low side MOSFETs into a thermally efficient small-footprint package.
20th September 2017

Drone altitude measurement demo using TI mmWave sensors

Watch this demonstration of a drone detecting velocity and altitude using an IWR1443 mmWave EVM.
19th September 2017

Drone ground vs. water detection demonstration

Watch this demonstration of TI’s high accuracy IWR1443 mmWave sensor detecting the reflectivity and small vibrations and classify material as water vs. ground.
18th September 2017

What can simple charging do?

Want to learn how to set charging current, input current limit, battery regulation voltage, and battery temperature thresholds and save engineering resources?
14th September 2017

Putting STEM into motion with new robotic car for the classroom

Putting STEM into motion with new robotic car for the classroom
  Texas Instruments (TI) has announced the TI-Innovator Rover, the company's first robotics solution for middle and high school students that makes learning STEM subjects a moving experience. Students can write programs on their TI graphing calculators that get Rover's wheels turning and their minds learning in a fun, interactive and hands-on way.
14th September 2017

Demonstrating the audio pre-processing reference design

This video demonstrates the audio pre-processing system reference design for voice applications using the OMAP-L137 Starter Kit and a circular microphone board.
6th September 2017

Enabling bidirectional wireless communication

WiFi is the preferred technology to connect any product to the internet, even products that use BLE.
21st August 2017

Multiphase buck regulator design: a case study

In this video Texas Instruments, Applications Engineer, Carmen Parisi gives a detailed look into the multiphase buck design process.  
10th August 2017

A low cost Fly-Buck converter for 12V applications

A low cost Fly-Buck converter for 12V applications
The Fly-Buck converter has gained attention recently as an effective means to provide an isolated voltage rail. Many useful design notes exist and applications examples use Texas Instruments (TI) Constant On-Time (COT) ICs to provide one or more isolated rails for Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) isolated power, multiple isolated IGBT gate driver power rails, isolated RS485 interfaces and numerous other applications. Dan Tooth, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Texas Instruments explains.
9th August 2017

Get your clocks in sync: hardware setup

This video shows the setup of: DEV_CLK skew between the two clock outputs of the TIDA-01021 and the analogue channel to channel skew between 2x ADC12DJ3200EVM.  
8th August 2017

Plug, play, and display: the LP LightCrafter

TI has introduced the most affordable way to get started with DLP Pico display technology. Tiny chipset and $99 EVM make it easier to design display applications.
3rd August 2017

Making it easier to design compact display applications

Making it easier to design compact display applications
Texas Instruments has opened the door for developers to implement high performing DLP display technology with virtually any low cost processor. The new 0.2" DLP2000 chipset and $99 DLP LightCrafter Display 2000 Evaluation Module (EVM) now make it more affordable to leverage DLP technology and design on-demand, free-form display applications such as mobile smart TVs; pico projectors; digital signage; projection displays for smart homes, smartphones and tablets; and control panels and Internet of Things (IoT) display solutions.
3rd August 2017

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