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Texas Instruments Incorporated today introduced a low-voltage power management unit with the fastest start-up time of under 10 mS for demanding instant-on automotive applications, such as graphical cluster, infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems.
This Texas Instruments video will demonstrate how to generate an isolated power supply for projects that require isolated RS-485 and CAN.
This Engineer It video from Texas Instruments' precision amps expert Thomas Kuehl will teach you how to avoid electrical overstress and prevent damage your analog integrated circuit.
Texas Instruments have today announced the release of the industry's first single-chip, front-end power management unit for battery-powered applications based on ARM Cortex A9 and A15 processors. The TPS65090 power management integrated circuit integrates all power management functions and maximizes power efficiency to extend battery run-time in tablets and other portable electronics by 20 percent, simplify design, and reduce board space by 60 percent compared to a discrete approach.
Today, BeagleBoard.org announced the winners of the BeagleBone Cape Plug-in Board Design Contest, which invited developers, students, makers and hobbyists worldwide to create innovative new expansion boards or capes. Made specifically for BeagleBone, a credit-card-sized Linux computer that connects with the Internet and runs software such as Android 4.1.2 and Ubuntu, capes allow hobbyists to quickly and easily enhance the sensors, actuators and interfaces available on the BeagleBone development platform.
Texas Instruments today introduced an octal, 12-bit, 100-MSPS analog-to-digital converter that provides the lowest power consumption in its class. The ADS5295 uses less than 80 mW per channel, which diminishes board heat and power dissipation in higher-channel-density applications. It incorporates TI's unique digital processing block, which combines commonly used digital functions to help improve signal-to-noise ratio and filter harmonics while reducing output data rate for narrow-band applications.
Jessica Perng, a Technical Sales Associate with TI's Standard Linear and Logic group introduces TI's new cost efficient standard linear power products which will enable up to 50% space savings while lowering power consumption.
Offering more memory in its 16-bit microcontroller portfolio than ever before, Texas Instruments today announces MSP430F66xx microcontrollers with embedded 512K Flash and 64K RAM. These larger memory resources enable MSP430 devices to easily manage wireless protocols, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and ZigBee, making it a companion microcontroller for TI's broad portfolio of wireless connectivity applications including the SimpleLink family.
Helping customers develop end products requiring on-site connectivity, Texas Instruments today announced its newest 32-bit, real-time C2000 Piccolo F2806xU microcontrollers with integrated USB connectivity. In many applications, such as consumer and industrial motor control systems, industrial power systems, telecom and data systems, wind and solar energy generation and general power electronic applications, being able to access diagnostics and make on-the-go changes in the field is critical.
Dan demonstrates how TI is changing the way we interact with machines with its new 3D Time of Flight technology. Control applications with finger tracking and simple gestures - without having to touch a mouse or keyboard.
Only weeks after a team of three students from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven were awarded first place and $10,000 USD for their innovative key vital signs remote monitoring project at Electronica 2012 in Munich, Germany, Texas Instruments announces the opening of its Texas Instruments European Analog Design Contest for 2013, co-sponsored by Mouser Electronics.
TI today unveiled the industry's first family of fully integrated analog front ends for photometry. The new analog integrated circuits support TI HealthTech's vision for helping engineers design innovative electronics for transforming healthcare worldwide. The AFE44xx family integrates all the front end components and associated timing control circuitry of a typical photometry solution.
Now is your chance to engineer change! Learn more about the TI annual U.S. & Canada Analog Design Contest in this new video.
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Texas Instruments today announced it is collaborating with SoftKinetic to grow adoption of gesture control in televisions, personal computers, and a wide variety of other consumer and industrial devices. At the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), TI will demonstrate its new 3D time-of-flight (ToF) image sensor chipset, which integrates SoftKinetic's DepthSense pixel technology and runs SoftKinetic's iisu middleware for finger, hand and full-body tracking.
Texas Instruments today announced the availability of a new development kit that brings Android 4.1.2 ("Jelly Bean") to TI's Sitara AM335x Cortex-A8 processors. This complete software offering allows innovators to fully evaluate Android 4.1.2 on embedded applications running on TI's Sitara processors for easier navigation that is twice as fast.
Dan demonstrates how TI is changing the way we interact with machines with its new 3D Time of Flight technology. Control applications with finger tracking and simple gestures - without having to touch a mouse or keyboard. Come see this advanced 3D gesture technology and other innovative demos at CES 2013 - Las Vegas Convention Center, Meeting Rooms N116-N117!
Texas Instruments welcomes you at the SPS Show 2012 in Hall 6, Both 136, at the PNO booth and ETG booth. In Hall 8 TI participated at the OSADL booth. This year TI showcased solutions in the areas of Industrial Communication, Motor Control, Safety, High Precision Area, Sensors, Power Management and Signal Chain.
Texas Instruments today introduced a bidirectional isolator family compatible with I2C interfaces that consumes as much as 38-percent lower power than competitive devices. Each of the new integrated circuits can replace a typical implementation of 16 or more discrete devices to isolate the I2C signal in industrial applications.
Texas Instruments and Nimbix announced their collaboration on Nimbix's Accelerated Compute Cloud. By selecting TI's high-performance KeyStone multicore DSPs, Nimbix is significantly reducing power and accelerating workflows for video processing and imaging applications, making high performance computing in the cloud easier than ever before.
Microcontroller developers can spend more time focusing on their unique applications because software design just got easier. Today, Texas Instruments furthers its investment in the embedded processing software and tools ecosystem with TI-RTOS, a complete real-time operating system based on preemptive multithreading kernel, for its MCU platform.
Texas Instruments today introduced two analog front ends that provide low power, high performance and space savings for test and measurement, wireless communications and optical networking equipment. The AFE7071 is a complete radio transmitter that reduces board space by up to 80 percent compared to discrete implementations. It integrates a dual digital-to-analog converter, tunable baseband filters, IQ modulator and digital quadrature modulation correction circuit. The AFE7070 adds a direct digital synthesizer with 32-bit numerically controlled oscillator and LVDS output buffer.
Offering total system power savings for co-processor designs, Texas Instruments today announces the new MSP430F521x/F522x microcontroller family. These new microcontrollers support a main supply rail (1.8V – 3.6V) and I/O supply rail (1.8V +/-10%), eliminating the need for level translators and offering system-level advantages such as reduced system cost and increased flexibility.
Texas Instruments has announced its newest DaVinci video processors, the DaVinci DM385 and DM8107 video processors. The new DaVinci video processors offer customers quality video solutions through the use of exceptional low-light technology and high-efficiency compression. With TI's scalable DaVinci portfolio, developers can find an optimized solution to get to market quickly using one of the industry's highest performance video processor platforms for true-to-life image quality.
Texas Instruments expanded its award-winning ADS1298 analog-front-end family today with the industry's most power-efficient 24-bit, 3-channel AFE for biopotential measurement applications, such as portable, battery-powered electrocardiogram solutions, Holter monitors and wireless patient monitoring equipment.
At SPS/IPC/Drives, Texas Instruments is the first semiconductor company to integrate an EnDat 2.2 master on its Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 processors. With this step, TI is advancing the success of the AM335x family for industrial communication by extending the support to encoder protocols. The EnDat 2.2 technology is demonstrated on TI's AM3359 processor-based Industrial Development Kit at the TI booth 136 in hall 6 at SPS/IPC/Drives.
In conjunction with SPS/IPC/Drives, Texas Instruments announces the support of POWERLINK, an open technology for industrial Ethernet, on Sitara AM335x ARM processors. By joining the Ethernet POWERLINK Standardization Group, TI strengthens its commitment to the industrial automation market and further expands its portfolio of multiprotocol industrial communications solutions.
Taking the complexity out of motor control designs, Texas Instruments introduces its latest motor control solution – new highly integrated C2000 Piccolo F2805x microcontrollers, motor control software, application-specific development tools and extensive support. These Piccolo microcontrollers are optimized for a variety of three-phase inverter motor control applications to enhance power efficiency and control performance of electric pumps, fans, traction drives, textile machines and more.
Texas Instruments is unveiling several new technology innovations for the industrial market on its booth in Hall 6, stand # 136 at SPS, 27-29 November, Nuremberg - the largest industrial show in the world. These will be featured in working demonstrations including:
Texas Instruments today introduced the industry's first high-temperature, nonvolatile Flash memory device for harsh environments. The SM28VLT32-HT has an operational capacity of 4 MB and eliminates the need for costly up-screening and qualification testing of industrial-grade components for temperature ranges outside data sheet specifications.
Live from Taxas Instruments at electronica 2012 - demonstration of bqTesla transmitters and receivers used to wirelessly charge a smartphone or other portable device. bqTesla transmitters and receivers feature: - Industry's leading portfolio of wireless power solutions - Highest efficiency for single and multi-coil designs - Qi compliance from portable to automotive applications
TI a aujourd'hui présenté son premier système AFE qui intègre la démodulation I/Q numérique et la décimation pour réduire la charge de traitement du FPGA dans les systèmes et les applications à ultrasons, telles que les contrôles par sonar et non destructifs. En plus de disposer d'une démodulation I/Q numérique, l'AFE5809 intègre aussi un processeur Doppler à ondes entretenues (CWD) destiné au calcul de la vitesse du flux sanguin, ce qui réduit le coût des matériaux dans le domaine des appareils médicaux à ultrasons. Le nouvel AFE permet également aux concepteurs d'optimiser les performances système grâce aux différentes associations puissance/bruit sélectionnables.
To most technologists, cloud computing is about applications, servers, storage and connectivity. To Texas Instruments Incorporated it means much more. Today, TI is unveiling a BETTER way to cloud with six new multicore System-on-Chips (SoCs).
Texas Instruments Incorporated today introduced a power management controller with a 700-V start-up switch that achieves less than 10 mW of "no-load" standby power in 5- and 10-watt cube adapters used with smartphones and tablets. In addition to the lower power capability, the new UCC28710 primary-side, regulated flyback controller helps designers create smaller cube adapters and AC-powered equipment.
Every day TI's semiconductor innovations help more than 90,000 customers unlock possibilities for a smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more enjoyable world.
Capes aren't just for Halloween. The beloved cartoon superhero Beagle had a cape that he flew with year-round, and now BeagleBoard.org is asking BeagleBone enthusiasts to create their own cape plug-in boards to fly BeagleBone to greater heights. Starting today, developers, makers and hobbyists worldwide are invited to enter the BeagleBone Cape Plug-in Board Design Contest.
Texas Instruments have today introduced the AFE5809, its first AFE that integrates digital I/Q demodulation and decimation to reduce FPGA processing requirements in ultrasound systems as well as ultrasonic applications, such as sonar and non-destructive testing.
Texas Instruments and AllGo Embedded Systems have introduced the new all-in-one Electronic Tablet (eTAB) Reference Design, allowing developers to get to market with a complete, customized enterprise tablet in as little as three months.
Texas Instruments have today released samples of the first of the world's lowest power microcontrollers based on its revolutionary Wolverine technology platform. TI's new FRAM-based MSP430FR59xx microcontrollers enable developers to add flexibility, performance and battery life to a variety of applications, including wireless sensing, energy harvesting, Smart Grid, industrial, consumer, building automation and security.
TI have unveiled a pair of devices today supporting the JEDEC JESD204B serial interface standard for data converters. The ADS42JB69 is the industry's first dual-channel, 16-bit analog-to-digital converter featuring the JESD204B interface and is also the fastest at 250 MSPS. The LMK04828 is the industry's highest-performance clock jitter cleaner and is the first to support JESD204B clocking. When used together, the devices provide unmatched system-level performance for high-speed systems.
Texas Instruments have today launched a synchronous, 28-V, 500-mA step-down DC/DC converter that can operate at less than 5 uA during "sleep" mode. The new TPS62175 maintains high efficiency during light load operation, while supporting ultra-low power microcontrollers that operate in 12-V, 15-V and 24-V applications, such as industrial sensor, smart meter, medical and wireless power transmission designs.
Are you considering an Android-based design on the Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 processor? This video covers the basics for how to start development using TI's Android Software Development kit. From demos to integrated tools, find out how simple it is to start your own development.
Texas Instruments unveil two bipolar-input audio operational amplifiers that provide unmatched noise, distortion and bandwidth performance while dissipating a mere 1.5 mA. The power-efficient, dual-channel OPA1662 and quad-channel OPA1664 enable system designers to develop the next generation of professional and prosumer audio equipment capable of producing crisp, clean "true to the original recording" sound quality.
Texas Instruments today introduced the industry's first quad-channel XAUI/10GBASE-KR transceiver that supports multiple 10G/40G Ethernet standards, as well as proprietary data rates from 1 Gbps to 10 Gbps. The flexible TLK10034 physical layer (PHY) serializer/deserializer (SerDes) allows engineers to use one SerDes for all of their protocol needs, instead of stocking multiple devices.
Sergei Strik and Viktor Strik of Texas Instruments present an exclusive paper discussing a linear charger with power routing switch and parallel power paths. Use of a parallel structure allows reduction the occupied area and keeps system voltage constant and independent from the battery voltage compared to conventional linear chargers. Moreover, an adaptive current distribution function between battery and system allows charging of the battery as fast as the system allows. A power routing switch allows powering of the system while the battery is independently charging. This feature reduces the charge and discharge cycles of the battery and allows the system to run with an absent or defective battery pack. In addition it allows the measurement of charging and discharging currents without an external sense resistor. The Li-Ion battery charger is designed with 0.18-micrometre CMOS double poly, five metal, 1.8V/5V/28V combined voltage domains technology.
TI have unveiled the industry's first serial digital interface reclocker with an integrated eye monitor for examining the shape and health of incoming signal waveforms. The on-chip eye monitor provides real-time monitoring and diagnostics at the reclocker's input, allowing engineers to easily optimize their broadcast video system and speed time-to-market.
Whether you're talking about years, miles, or even chocolate chip cookies, in just about every instance two thousand is a very big number. And not just to ElectronicProducts.com, where Texas Instruments has added two thousand reference designs to the already huge collection of Download Centre research materials, totalling several thousand to date.
Texas Instruments today announced a modular and scalable Smart Meter Board development platform that supports one-phase to three-phase smart electricity meters with the smart grid's most prolific communications protocols.
Texas Instruments are now sampling a fully integrated and optimized Smart Meter System on Chip for smart electrical meter designs. The integration of metrology, application and communication functions in one single chip allows developers to simplify designs, increase flexibility and reduce system costs for smart e-metering applications.