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TI Precision Labs: Sensor accuracy error and repeatability

In this video, Texas Instruments will discuss the meaning of accuracy and error in the context of temperature sensors and go through examples to explain how these terms are used to characterise a system's performance. Finally, we'll discuss repeatability and how this could affect the system's overall accuracy.
20th August 2019

TI Precision Labs - Temperature sensors: sensitivity and gain

This section of the TI Precision Labs - Temperature Sensors series discusses the definition of gain or sensitivity of an analogue temperature sensor, while also reflecting on its effect on linearity. Ultimately methods to increase the gain of the system is introduced.
19th August 2019

Using eFuses for overvoltage and inrush current protection

Discrete solutions can be used to implement input power protection, but they come with trade-offs. Adding in necessary protection features using discrete components takes up a lot of space and contributes to poor thermal performance.
13th August 2019


Intelligent robotics with TI mmWave AoP sensors

Texas Instruments millimetre wave sensors enable intelligent sensing at the edge by integrating accurate sensing with real time decision making and processing on a single chip.
13th August 2019

Understanding circuit protection solutions

In this video, Rakesh, a systems application engineer from Texas Instruments will discuss how the company's eFuse solution overcomes the limitatios of discrete circuit protection solutions.
6th August 2019

TI and ST lift semiconductor market spirits

TI and ST lift semiconductor market spirits
Texas Instruments (TI) and ST Microelectronics lifted spirits in the semiconductor industry as both reported results above expectations in their latest quarter. TI Q2 revenues dropped 9% year on year which means that revenues have declined for three successive quarters at the company.
29th July 2019

Simplifying surge protection with eFuses

Welcome to this training video on simplifying surge protection with the TPS2660 eFuse. An industrial system needs to comply with the IEC Test Standards. 
25th July 2019

Green-mode controller generates isolated output

Green-mode controller generates isolated output
The PMP5067 reference design from Texas Instruments uses the UCC28600 green-mode controller to generate an isolated 12V/3.4A output from a very wide 100Vdc to 650Vdc input range. The quasi-resonant switching of the UCC28600 allows this design to achieve a maximum load efficiency up to 88%, while the no load losses are less than 550mW.
23rd July 2019

Smart AC/DC low-dropout linear voltage regulator

Smart AC/DC low-dropout linear voltage regulator
The TPS7A78 improves the overall efficiency and standby power in power supplies for an easy-to-use non-magnetic approach to AC/DC conversion. The TPS7A78 uses an external capacitor to create a current source and actively clamps the rectified voltage. The device then regulates the voltage down to the application-specific operating voltage.
23rd July 2019

Single channel isolated gate driver with high-CMTI

Single channel isolated gate driver with high-CMTI
The UCC21750 from Texas Instruments is a galvanic isolated single channel gate drivers designed for up to 1,700V SiC MOSFETs and IGBTs with advanced protection features, dynamic performance and robustness. UCC21750 has up to ±10-A peak source and sink current.
23rd July 2019

FPD-Link learning centre for systems designers

FPD-Link learning centre for systems designers
FPD-Link Learning Centre is a comprehensive online classroom for system designers integrating FPD-Link serialiser/deserialiser technology into their ADAS or Infotainment applications. The on-demand curriculum offers subject matter, from basics to advanced, to widen the technical knowledge of experienced engineers as well as assist those who are just starting to design with FPD-Link serialisers and deserialisers.
23rd July 2019

Low power analogue temperature sensor evaluation module

Low power analogue temperature sensor evaluation module
The TMP235EVM evaluation module (EVM) from Texas Instruments is a plug and play system to test and evaluate the TMP235 analogue temperature sensor. The EVM utilises a USB interface for control and data streaming, and can be plugged into a PC USB port. With the simple GUI, temperature measurements can be streamed within a matter of seconds after the EVM is attached to a PC and the GUI is started.
22nd July 2019

CAN FD controller with integrated transceiver

CAN FD controller with integrated transceiver
From Texas Instruments, the EVM can be used to evaluate the TCAN4550 SPI to CAN FD Controller and Transceiver solution. The CAN bus signals are easily accessed via a DB9 connector (or via header pins), and the digital interface (SPI lines plus GPIOs) is accessible via a single dual-row header. 
22nd July 2019

CAN & LIN: take a look inside

CAN & LIN: take a look inside
Did you know that drivers, passengers and even cargo can often benefit from up to 80 separate Controller Area Network (CAN) and Local Interconnect Network (LIN) modules placed throughout vehicles? These modules help implement a wide range of features that many of us use multiple times daily, without truly understanding what’s behind the button.  By Russel Crane, Texas Instruments
22nd July 2019

A beginner's guide to CAN, CAN FD and LIN SBCs

A beginner's guide to CAN, CAN FD and LIN SBCs
SBCs are simply integrated circuits that integrate Controller Area Network (CAN) or Local Interconnect Network (LIN) transceivers with an internal/external ‘power element’. This power element could be a low-dropout regulator (LDO), a DC/DC converter or both. By Russell Crane, Texas Instruments
22nd July 2019

Dual isolated output bias power supply with low standby consumption

Dual isolated output bias power supply with low standby consumption
This reference design from Texas Instruments is a 15W bias power supply with two isolated outputs (12 V/1.125A and 3.3 V/0.3A) and a total standby power consumption of 4mW under a 220V AC input. The controller uses primary-side regulation (PSR) and detects a wake-up signal from the UCC24650 secondary-side voltage-droop monitor for improved transient response to large load steps.
22nd July 2019

Flexible 3.2-GSPS multi-channel AFE reference design for DSOs

Flexible 3.2-GSPS multi-channel AFE reference design for DSOs
This high speed multi-channel data capture reference design from Texas Instruments enables optimum system performance. System designers needs to consider critical design parameters like clock jitter and skew for high speed multi-channel clock generation, which affects overall system SNR, SFDR, channel to channel skew and deterministic latency.
22nd July 2019

Power switching regulator extends battery life in IoT designs

Power switching regulator extends battery life in IoT designs
Texas Instruments has introduced an ultra low power switching regulator with according to the company, the industry’s lowest operating quiescent current (IQ) at 60nA - 1/3 that of the nearest competitive device. The TPS62840 synchronous step-down converter delivers very high light load efficiency of 80% at 1µA load, which can enable designers to extend the battery life of their systems, or use fewer or smaller batteries to shrink their overall power supply solution size and reduce cost.
18th July 2019

Near-field two-way audio reference design with noise reduction

Near-field two-way audio reference design with noise reduction
Man machine interaction requires an acoustic interface for providing full duplex hands-free communication. In hands-free mode, part of the far-end or near-end audio signal from the speaker is coupled to the microphones. Furthermore, in noisy environments the microphones also capture ambient noise in addition to the useful near-end audio signal. 
16th July 2019

I2C controlled battery charger for USB input

I2C controlled battery charger for USB input
The BQ25882 from Texas Instruments is a highly-integrated two amp switch-mode battery charge management and system power path management device for dual-cell Li-Ion and Li-polymer batteries. The I2C Serial interface with charging and system settings makes the device a truly flexible solution.
16th July 2019


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