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For more than 80 years, Texas Instruments has used increasingly complex signal-processing technology – with advances ranging from the incremental to the revolutionary – to literally and repeatedly change the world.

Every day, our semiconductor innovations help 90,000 customers unlock possibilities for a smarter, safer, greener, healthier and more enjoyable world. Our focus on building a better future is ingrained in everything we do, from responsible semiconductor manufacturing, to employee care and active involvement with the communities we live in.

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2nd December 2022
SimpliPHY your Ethernet design, part 1: Ethernet PHY basics and selection process

A basic Ethernet PHY is actually quite simple: It is a PHY transceiver (transmitter and receiver) that physically connects one device to another, as shown in Figure 1. This physical connection can be either copper (such as a CAT5 cable, the blue patch cable used in homes) or fiber-optic cable.

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1st December 2022
Utilizing Sitara™ Processors and Microcontrollers for Industry 4.0 Servo Drives

The manufacturing and automation industries have used servo motor control for many years, but the rise of Industry 4.0 and smart factories have accelerated the adoption of automated systems, which in turn has led to increased demand for smarter servo drives with more functionality and the ability to control more axes.

Automotive
29th November 2022
Exploring multichannel gate drivers in automotive power seats

Unless you ride in a spacecraft, automotive power seats are probably the most complex chair in which you will ever sit. Clark Kinnaird, Engineer at Texas Instruments further discusses.

Tech Videos
28th November 2022
Texas Instruments at electronica 2022

At electronica 2022, in Munich, William Goh, LPRF SW Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments, talks to Electronic Specifier's Editor Mick Elliott about the Matter protocol and some of the products that Texas Instruments is looking at.

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25th November 2022
TIDA-01386 Ultrasonic Distance Sensor with IO-Link Reference Design

This reference design features an ultrasonic distance sensor that fits in a M12 housing due to its high integration and an optimized layout. The design offers an IO-Link interface to communicate with the system control, which makes it industry 4.0 ready.  The purpose of ultrasonic sensors is to detect or measure distances of an object independently from their color, transparency, or surface characteristics and from the surrounding envir...

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23rd November 2022
TIDA-01629 48V/500W Three-phase Inverter with Smart Gate Driver Reference Design for Servo Drives

Efficiency, protection, and integration are important design factors for compact DC-fed drives up to 60VDC. This reference design shows a three-phase inverter with nominal 48-V DC input and a 10-ARMS output current.  The 100-V intelligent three-phase gate driver DRV8350R with integrated buck converter and six 100-V NexFET™ power MOSFETs with ultra-low gate charge enable high efficiency of the power stage.

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22nd November 2022
TIDA-070005 3- to 7-VIN, 24-A IOUT, 0.95-VOUT, Space-grade current sharing point-of-load (POL) reference design

As FPGA and ASIC technology advances, the core voltage requirements get lower but the current demand is larger. The newest space grade FPGAs and ASICS require low voltage and high currents for their core power consumption. These high current requirements drive a need for space grade DC/DC power conversion circuitry.

Webinars
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17th November 2022
Precision Analog solutions for Satellite Subsystems webinar

Space applications are one of the most demanding electronics arenas. Satellite solutions need to be rad-hard, have a long lifetime and meet stringent power and weight requirements. This is especially true for analog electronics. In this webinar we will find out how precision analog, space and space-enhanced parts make the designer’s job easier. We will check out Texas Instruments’ support and simulation environment for designing an a...

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16th November 2022
How to model space-grade power supplies with PSpice and SIMPLIS - webinar

Designing power converters that include full-featured integrated controllers, such as the radiation-hardened PWM controller (TPS7H5001-SP), requires detailed analysis to ensure the highest level of reliability. 

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15th November 2022
Webinar: Reduce the risk in New Space with space enhanced plastic products

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11th November 2022
How a fully-stackable eFuse can help meet ever-increasing power needs of servers

As demand for data increases, so does demand for servers and data centers, and thus higher demand for power. Industry trends suggest that power per rack, which was 4 kW in 2020, will be as high as 20 kW in 2025.

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10th November 2022
Automotive mmWave radar sensors

Our automotive (AWRx) device architecture goes beyond the RF/analog subsystem, integrating a radio processor and master subsystems, offering customers access to a robust portfolio of AWRx devices scaling from high performance radar front-end to ultra-high resolution, low power and small single chip radar.

Robotics
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10th November 2022
TPS7H5001-SP Radiation-hardened QMLV, 2-MHz, dual-output PWM controller with synchronous rectification

The TPS7H500x-SP family of high speed radiation-hardness-assured PWM controllers. The controllers provide a number of features that are beneficial for the design of DC-DC converter topologies intended for space applications. The controllers have a 0.613-V +0.7%/-1% accurate internal reference and configurable switching frequency up to 2 MHz. 

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9th November 2022
AWR1843 - Single-chip 76-GHz to 81-GHz automotive radar sensor integrating DSP, MCU and radar accelerator

The AWR1843 device is an integrated single-chip FMCW radar sensor capable of operation in the 76- to 81-GHz band. The device is built with TI’s low-power 45-nm RFCMOS process and enables unprecedented levels of integration in an extremely small form factor.

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8th November 2022
Automotive radar: Intelligent sensing with automotive radar

Explore our end-equipment reference designs and pre-selected products dedicated to our high-performance, industry-leading radar technology. We help enable advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) sensing applications with ultra-short to long range, high resolution and edge intelligence.

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7th November 2022
Addressing high-voltage design challenges with reliable and affordable isolation technologies

The high voltages present in factory automation, motor drives, grid infrastructure and electric vehicles (EVs) can be several hundred or even thousands of volts. Galvanic isolation helps resolve the challenge of designing a safe human interface in the presence of such high voltages.

Automotive
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7th November 2022
AWR1642 ACTIVE Single-chip 76-GHz to 81-GHz automotive radar sensor integrating DSP and MCU

The AWR1642 device is an integrated single-chip FMCW radar sensor capable of operation in the 76- to 81-GHz band. The device is built with TI’s low-power 45-nm RFCMOS process and enables unprecedented levels of integration in an extremely small form factor. The AWR1642 is an ideal solution for low-power, self-monitored, ultra-accurate radar systems in the automotive space.

Wireless
7th November 2022
TI's Matter-enabled wireless MCU software for the IoT

Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced new Matter-enabled software development kits for Wi-Fi and Thread SimpleLink wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) that will streamline adoption of the Matter protocol in IoT, or Internet of Things, applications. The software builds on TI’s close involvement with the Connectivity Standards Alliance and innovation in the 2.4GHz connectivity space.

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7th November 2022
Higher Reliability. Lower Cost. High-Voltage Isolation.

The high voltages present in factory automation, motor drives, grid infrastructure and electric vehicles (EVs) can be several hundred or even thousands of volts. Galvanic isolation helps resolve the challenge of designing a safe human interface in the presence of such high voltages.

Power
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4th November 2022
How eFuse Ensures Integrated FET Operation in Safe Operating Area

Applications such as Hot-swap where Power FET is operated in saturation region under high stress, FET safe operating area (SOA) is a major concern for system designers. Designers need to study the FET SOA curve available in the manufacturers data sheet and determine if the FET can handle the power stress without undergoing damage.

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