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Discrete linear pre-regulator for automotive rear lights
LED-based lighting is increasingly popular in automotive applications like headlights and rear lights. These applications use an LED driver circuit, with the goal to maintain constant current. LEDs in modern automotive rear lights generally require current below 150mA which, given electromagnetic interference (EMI) and cost considerations, has made a linear LED driver a more appealing solution than a switching regulator. Michael Helmlinger, Syste...
MCU portfolio enables higher processing capability
Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced a new high-performance microcontroller (MCU) portfolio that advances real-time control, networking and analytics applications at the edge. With new Sitara AM2x MCUs, engineers can achieve ten times the computing capability of traditional, flash-based MCUs.
Texas Instruments to buy Micron Technology 300-mm fab
Texas Instruments is acquiring Micron Technology’s 300-mm semiconductor fabrication facility in Lehi, Utah, for $900 million.
High reliability humidity sensors resist contaminants
Texas Instruments has introduced the first devices in a new family of humidity sensors that provide high reliability and accuracy and the lowest power consumption – along with built-in protection of sensing elements.
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Evolution of EV charging and solutions for future needs
As the number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) increase, there is a high demand for more energy-efficient charging infrastructure systems that can charge vehicles faster than ever before.
How motor drivers reduce design time and complexity
Automotive body motors are located throughout a vehicle and offer the driver and passengers a range of features that improve their physical comfort and convenience.
Bridging the speed and precision gap with SAR ADC family
Texas Instruments (TI) has expanded its portfolio of high-speed data converters with a broad new family of successive-approximation register (SAR) analogue-to-digital converters (ADCs) that enable high-precision data acquisition in industrial designs.
Texas Instruments revenues up 5% in Q1
Texas Instruments first quarter revenues increased 5% sequentially to $4.29bn.
DC/DC buck controllers with an integrated EMI filter
Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced a new family of synchronous DC/DC buck controllers that enable engineers to shrink the size of the power-supply solution and lower its electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Maximize HEV/EV driving range and safety
BQ79612-Q1, BQ79614-Q1 and BQ79616-Q1 provide high-accuracy cell voltage measurements in less than 200 µs for 12S, 14S and 16S battery modules in high-voltage battery management systems in HEV/EV. The family of monitors offers different channel options in the same package type, providing pin-to-pin compatibility and supporting high reuse of the established software and hardware across any platform. The integrated front-end filters enable th...
Design an analogue front end for in-vitro diagnostics
In-vitro diagnostics (IVD) equipment has become increasingly beneficial in helping physicians achieve faster, more accurate patient diagnoses. Join Texas Instruments for an hour-long webinar of a 40-minute presentation, followed by a 20-minute Q&A, to help address your specific design needs for building IVD systems of the future.
Demystifying modes and regional application profiles
Jeanna Norin, Product Marketing Engineer, Sub-1 GHz connectivity at Texas Instruments, discusses all things Wireless M-Bus, including what it is, the modes available, application profiles and the benefits.
Unlock the benefits of 48V
Consumers are demanding it. Regulations are requiring it. Electrification is transforming the automotive industry – and expectations for engineers have never been higher. From mild hybrid to full electric, we have the expertise to help you take on your most vital design challenges. We are dedicated to providing the right analog and embedded processing products and in-depth support you need to design next-generation electrified automobiles...
Shrinking motor drive systems accelerate electrification
If the drive of the automotive industry towards electrification was ever in doubt, a further nail in the coffin of the internal combustion engine (ICE) was hammered home recently with the announcement from Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) that the company will be 100% electric by 2025. Kannan Soundarapandian, Business Unit Manager, Motor Drives, Texas Instruments (TI), looks at how motor drive systems are propelling this paradigm shift.
Integrated Grade 0 BLDC motor driver
Texas Instruments has introduced a highly integrated Grade 0 brushless DC (BLDC) motor driver for 48V high-power motor control systems, such as traction inverters and starter generators in mild hybrid electric vehicles (MHEVs).
Small size without compromise
Designing a compact signal chain for high performance in small spaces Engineers are often challenged with making system designs smaller or packing additional functionality in the same amount of printed circuit board (PCB) space. This white paper addresses the key design considerations for working with small-package analog products to help you understand how you can leverage the benefits of these smaller devices in your design.
Do wireless BMS hold the key to the future of EVs?
When we think about many EVs currently on the market we tend to think about the luxuries that come with them - the comfortable sleek interior, elegant technology, and flat screen controls. However, the chassis underneath many of these EVs tend to be packed with battery cells, and with that comes bulky cabling that can undermine the efficiency and performance of the system. Representatives from Texas Instruments’ automotive division recently...
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Texas Instruments Q4 revenue grows 7%
Texas Instruments has reported fourth quarter revenue of $4.08 billion up 7% sequentially and 22% up on the same quarter in 2019.