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Automotive system-on-a-chip for front camera and ADAS domain control using camera and radar sensors
The TDA4VE TDA4AL TDA4VL processor family is based on the evolutionary Jacinto 7 architecture, targeted at Smart Vision Camera applications and built on extensive market knowledge accumulated over a decade of TI’s leadership in the Vision processor market.
CC2652R7 LaunchPad development kit for SimpleLink multi-standard wireless MCU
This LaunchPad is used to speed development with the SimpleLink Multi-Standard CC2652R7 wireless MCU with support for Bluetooth, Zigbee and Thread.
Designing Single- and Three-Axis Selfie Sticks With MSPM0 MCUs
There are two main types of selfie stick products on the market: single-axis selfie sticks and three-axis selfie sticks. How can a selfie stick maintain the shooting stability of a mobile phone?
BLDC and PMSM Control Using Sensorless FOC Algorithm Based on MSPM0 MCUs
In the modern world, motors are used in many products, such as power tools, e-bike, e-car, industrial robot, and more. BLDC (brushless DC) and PMSM (permanent-magnet synchronous motor) motors in particular provide advantages in terms of high efficiency, low noise and long life.
Humidity & Temp Sensor Node for Star Networks Enabling 10+ Year Coin Cell Battery Life Ref Design
This reference design uses our nano-power system timer, SimpleLink ultra-low power wireless microcontroller (MCU) platform and humidity sensing technologies to demonstrate an ultra-low power method to duty-cycle sensor end nodes.
4 5-A/20-A multiphase buck converters PMIC for automotive SoCs
The LP8764-Q1 device is designed to meet the power management requirements of the latest processors and platforms in various safety-relevant automotive and industrial applications. The device has four step-down DC/DC converter cores, that are configurable for five different phase configurations from one 4-phase output to four 1-phase outputs.
Low Power mmWave Radar Solution
The goal of this applications brief is to inform and educate partners and customers on the advancements that Texas Instruments’ has made in millimeter wave (mmWave) Radar sensing.
New portfolio of isolation devices from TI
Texas Instruments has introduced its new opto-emulator portfolio of signal isolation semiconductors, designed to improve signal integrity, consume less power, and extend the lifetime of high-voltage industrial and automotive applications.
Build Scalability in Cordless Power and Garden Tools Using Low-Cost MSPM0 MCUs
Today, cordless power tools (such as drills, saws, and impact wrenches) and cordless garden tools (such as leaf blowers, string trimmers, and lawn mowers) are smaller, lighter, more efficient, and more powerful due to advancements in battery technology and motor control techniques. All of these cordless tools require a microcontroller (MCU) to control direct current through a motor, and depending on the application, it may also control different ...
Automotive, dual-channel, high-voltage, power op amp with low distortion for resolver applications
The ALM2403-Q1 is a dual-power op amp with features and performance that make this device preferable for resolver-based applications. The high-gain bandwidth and slew rate of the device, along with a continuous high-output current-drive capability, make this device an excellent choice to provide the low distortion and differential high-amplitude excitation required for exciting the resolver primary coil.
Communication protocols in modern ADAS architectures
The modern vehicle relies on high-speed automotive communication technologies that move data faster and farther to accelerate vehicle safety and autonomy.
TPS6287x-Q1: Automotive Fast Transient Step-Down Converters (15A-30A) with I2C Interface
Discover TPS6287x-Q1, automotive-grade step-down converters with I2C interface. Choose from 15A to 30A options for efficient power management in automotive applications
How low-power 60-GHz mmWave radar sensors enable high-accuracy sensing in more applications than ever before
Radar-based sensor ICs are becoming a popular sensing technology due to their long-range capabilities, high-motion sensitivity, and privacy capabilities. With their high accuracy, radar sensors are widely used in automotive and industrial markets for applications such as blind spot detection, collision detection, people presence and motion detection.
SimpleLink low power software development kits (SDKs)
The SimpleLink Low Power SDKs support the CC13xx, CC23xx and CC26xx family of products. Together, these SDKs provide comprehensive software packages for the development of Sub-1 GHz and 2.4 GHz applications including support for Bluetooth® Low Energy, Mesh, Zigbee, Matter, Thread, 802.15.4-based, proprietary, and multiprotocol solutions on the SimpleLink CC13xx, CC23xx and CC26xx wireless MCUs.
Increasing Flexibility in Your Battery Management Designs With a Low-Cost MSPM0 MCU
The main requirement for an MCU in a battery management system is that it has low power consumption. This feature allows the MCU to efficiently carry out its role in the BMS without drawing significant amounts of power from the same battery it manages. Beyond this, the requirements for an MCU change depending on the function being performed.
Optimizing Field Sensor and Transmitter Applications With MSPM0 MCUs
There are many different types of process inputs in the world of process control. Including temperature, humidity, flow, level, and pressure. These process inputs need to be measured by sensors that can convert measurements into suitable signal formats (either analog or digital), and then transmit those signals through a transmitter to a receiver, which interprets the signal and makes a control decision. There are currently two main ways for conn...
High-power, high-performance automotive SiC traction inverter reference design
TIDM-02014 is a 800-V, 300kW SiC-based traction inverter system reference design developed by Texas Instruments and Wolfspeed provides a foundation for OEMs and design engineers to create high-performance, high-efficiency traction inverter systems and get to market faster.
0.5% RH digital humidity sensor with permanent IP67 filter
The HDC302x is an integrated capacitive based relative humidity (RH) and temperature sensor. It provides high accuracy measurements over a wide supply range (1.62 V – 5.5 V), along with ultra-low power consumption in a compact 2.5-mm × 2.5-mm package. Both the temperature and humidity sensors are 100% tested and trimmed on a production setup that is NIST traceable and verified with equipment that is calibrated to ISO/IEC 17025 standar...
Automotive 36-V, 3-A low EMI synchronous step-down converter with 1.5-µA IQ
The LMQ664x0-Q1 is the industry smallest 36-V, 3-A (available in 2-A and 1-A variants) synchronous step-down DC/DC converter with an integrated bypass and bootstrap capacitor in an enhanced HotRod™ QFN package. This easy-to-use converter supports a wide input voltage range of 2.7 V to 36 V (after start-up or after operating) with transients up to 42 V.
Single-channel PWM-input piezo transducer driver for ultrasonic cleaning with wide supply voltage
The DRV2901 is a high performance lens cleaner transducer driver. This system only requires a simple passive LC demodulation filter to deliver high-quality, high-efficiency amplification with proven EMI compliance. This device requires two power supplies, at 12 V for GVDD and VDD, and 12 V to 48 V for PVDD. The DRV2901 does not require power-up sequencing due to internal power-on reset.