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Radiated EMI specifications for power supplies

Radiated EMI specifications for power supplies
Radiated emissions affect a power converter’s EMI signature at high frequencies. The upper test frequency for radiated tests extends to 1GHz or higher depending on the specification, and much above that for conducted emissions. Performing radiated EMI measurements, while not as straightforward as conducted emissions tests, is necessary for compliance testing and can easily become a bottleneck in a product’s development cycle.
18th January 2019

What are the basics of low dropout regulators?

What are the basics of low dropout regulators?
Power management is a fundamental block for all electronic systems. Without it, smartphones, computers and many other electronics we know today would not be possible. With the additional portability, computational power and the myriad of sensors implemented today comes the necessity to scrutinise power management design. 
18th January 2019

High volt interactive training series

High volt interactive training series
This training series from Texas Instruments captures over thirty technical sessions from the High Volt Interactive conference. Watch and learn from each training video as it discusses various high-voltage topics. From the fundamentals of Power Factor Correction (PFC) to designing multi-kW power supply systems, pick a topic and start learning today.
18th January 2019


Battery charger overload protection in boost mode operation

Battery charger overload protection in boost mode operation
Many personal portable devices that are battery-powered are used to power external accessories. Smartphones or tablets are the most popular applications used to power up external keyboards or USB storage devices with USB on-the-go (OTG) functionality. Another very similar application is the power bank. 
18th January 2019

Learn the basics of power switches

Learn the basics of power switches
A Power Switch provides an electrical connection from a voltage source or ground to a load. A power switch saves power across multiple voltage rails and protects subsystems from damage. It also provides enhanced component protection, inrush current protection, and minimises printed-circuit board (PCB) size.
18th January 2019

Power over Ethernet, get started with the new standard

Power over Ethernet, get started with the new standard
The Ethernet ecosystem is evolving with the introduction of the IEEE 802.3bt standard. Regardless if you’re an expert in PoE or just getting introduced to the technology, the training from Texas Instruments, provides a good starting point for understanding how TI’s portfolio of 802.3bt Powered Devices (PDs) and Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) Controllers can be used in traditional and emerging Ethernet applications.
18th January 2019

Advantages of load switches over discrete MOSFETs

Advantages of load switches over discrete MOSFETs
In this video, Alek Kaknevicius, Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments, discusses TI’s integrated load switches and what advantages they bring over a discrete MOSFET solution. In general, load switches are put in between a power supply and a load. When the load needs to be on, the load switch is closed. And when the load can be turned off, the load switch is opened.
17th January 2019

Learn the basics of LED Drivers

Learn the basics of LED Drivers
In this on-demand training series from Texas Instruments, learn about a variety of LED driver design topics from TI experts. This series covers a broad spectrum of subject matter from PWM and analogue dimming methodologies to more in depth videos on design considerations and overcoming specific system design challenges.
17th January 2019

Taking charge of electric vehicles

Taking charge of electric vehicles
A charging station is part of the grid infrastructure installed along a street, parking lot or in a home garage; its primary purpose is to supply the power to the PHEV for charging the battery. An onboard charger is responsible for the final stage of charging the battery pack. It takes the AC power source from the EVSE and transforms the power into the required battery-charging profile.
17th January 2019

Comparing isolated current sensing solutions

Comparing isolated current sensing solutions
This paper from Texas Instruments compares shunt and hall-based isolated current sensing solutions in HEV/EV subsystems. Global market for Electric Vehicles (EV) and Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) is rapidly growing as these vehicles offer higher fuel-efficiency and lower emissions compared to gasoline or diesel vehicles and use power from renewable energy sources.
17th January 2019

Industrial 500W AC/DC reference design provides 94.5% efficiency

Industrial 500W AC/DC reference design provides 94.5% efficiency
This reference design from Texas Instruments is a compact, high efficiency, 24V DC, 500W reference design for industrial AC/DC power supplies. This design consists of a front-end, two-phase interleaved transition mode (TM) power factor correction (PFC) based on the UCC28064A. This minimises the PFC inductor size and reduces EMI filter requirements. 
16th January 2019

Wide vin power supply for space-constrained sensors

Wide vin power supply for space-constrained sensors
This reference design from Texas Instruments provides an example of how to power FPGAs, ASICs, or MCUs in industrial sensor applications when space-constraints are a primary concern. The wide six to 60V input voltage range and the use of ultra-small and highly efficient DC/DC converters makes the design well suited for applications like industrial sensors, field transmitters, motor drives, and PLC modules. 
16th January 2019

Interpreting vehicle surroundings with Jacinto TDA2 analytics

This video from Texas Instruments will showcase its 3rd party ecosystem expertise using deep learning algorithms on the current TDA2 platform.
16th January 2019

The importance of dropout voltage in an LDO

The importance of dropout voltage in an LDO
This video from Texas Instruments will go over what an LDO is and discuss the importance of dropout voltage in an LDO. An application will demonstrate the importance of dropout voltage when designing as dropout voltage can affect the desired output of an LDO. The designer must keep the input voltage and dropout voltage in mind when using an LDO.
15th January 2019

Digital temperature sensor with SMBus and I2C-compatible interface

Digital temperature sensor with SMBus and I2C-compatible interface
The TMP117 from Texas Instruments is a high-precision digital temperature sensor. It is designed to meet ASTM E1112 and ISO 80601 requirements for electronic patient thermometers. The TMP117 provides a 16-bit temperature result with a resolution of 0.0078°C and an accuracy of up to ±0.1°C across the temperature range of -20 to +50°C with no calibration.
15th January 2019

Passive NFC temperature patch reference design

Passive NFC temperature patch reference design
TIDA-00721 from Texas Instruments is a complete reference design for accurate temperature measurements using a passive NFC tag in a flexible patch form factor. The system offers temperature readings from tag to a NFC receiver such as a NFC enabled smartphone. 
15th January 2019

High-Q active differential bandpass filter reference design

High-Q active differential bandpass filter reference design
The TIDA-01036 reference design from Texas Instruments demonstrates a high quality factor (Q factor) active differential bandpass filter. Such filters improve signal source SNR and may be used for data acquisition (DAQ) module testing. This filter may also be used to design a signal conditioning circuit in a DAQ system analog front end.
15th January 2019

Do you need to achieve less than 90mw of standby power?

Watch this demo to see a reference design that shows AC universal line power conversion to 12VDC up to 170 watts of power.
15th January 2019

Arm Cortex-A53 cores combined with a dual Cortex-R5F MCU

Arm Cortex-A53 cores combined with a dual Cortex-R5F MCU
AM654x and AM652x Sitara Arm applications processors from Texas Instruments are built to meet the complex processing needs of modern industry 4.0 embedded products. The AM654x and AM652x devices combine four or two Arm Cortex-A53 cores with a dual Cortex-R5F MCU subsystem.
15th January 2019

ULP platform combines embedded FRAM and holistic architecture

ULP platform combines embedded FRAM and holistic architecture
The MSP430 ultra-low-power (ULP) FRAM platform from Texas Instruments combines uniquely embedded FRAM and a holistic ultra-low-power system architecture, allowing innovators to increase performance at lowered energy budgets. FRAM technology combines the speed, flexibility, and endurance of SRAM with the stability and reliability of flash at much lower power.
14th January 2019


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