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Introduction to smart gate driver technology

This video from Texas Instruments is an introduction to smart gate drive technology.
12th December 2017

Amplifier combines high precision with lowest power consumption

Amplifier combines high precision with lowest power consumption
The first operational amplifier (op amp) to combine ultra high precision with what the company claims to be the industry’s lowest supply current has been announced by Texas Instruments. With power-to-precision performance, the LPV821 zero-drift, nanopower op amp enables engineers to attain the highest DC precision, while consuming 60% less power than competitive zero-drift devices.
11th December 2017

Chipsets enable image capabilities for 4K ultra high definition

Chipsets enable image capabilities for 4K ultra high definition
Texas Instruments is pushing the boundaries of 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) technology with an expanded family of chipsets to bring 4K UHD technology to new applications. Building on the introduction of the DLP660TE chipset, the first affordable 4K UHD offering in the industry, the portfolio now includes two smaller chipsets, the DLP470TE and DLP470TP, to expand the sharp image capabilities of 4K UHD into a broader range of end equipment.
5th December 2017


How to interface the LMT01 temperature sensor with Arduino

This tutorial shows you how to interface the LMT01 temperature sensor using the built in comparator, and internal reference voltage on the Arduino Uno board.
4th December 2017

SimpleLink Ethernet MSP432E4 out of box experience

This video will demonstrate the out of box experience for the new SimpleLink Ethernet MSP432E4 LaunchPad development kit.
29th November 2017

Merge the worlds of wired and wireless connectivity with sensors

Merge the worlds of wired and wireless connectivity with sensors
  Making it easier for developers to connect sensors from a gateway to the cloud, Texas Instruments has introduced Ethernet connectivity to the SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) platform, a single hardware, software and tool platform for wired and wireless MCUs.
28th November 2017

Maximising quasi-resonant flyback topology

Maximising quasi-resonant flyback topology
.  A wide input voltage range flyback work in quasi-resonant (QR) mode, is one of the cheapest isolated offline topologies and brings benefits for efficiency. By Florian Mueller, Texas Instruments
26th November 2017

Interface reference design for absolute encoders

This video from Texas Instruments explains TI’s high EMC immunity RS-485 interface reference design for absolute encoders, also known as TIDA-01401.
20th November 2017

Unbox and configure TI’s TPSM84205 power module EVM

Watch this video from Texas Instruments to learn about the key features of the TPSM84205 and how to get the EVM up and running right out of the box.
20th November 2017

Robotic mapping and navigation using TI's mmWave sensor

This video from Texas Instruments demonstrates how developers can use a TI mmWave evaluation module and the Robot OS to map and navigate various settings.
20th November 2017

AR places critical information within driver's line of sight

AR places critical information within driver's line of sight
The next evolution of DLP technology for in-vehicle Head-Up Display (HUD) systems has been announced by Texas Instruments. The new DLP3030-Q1 chipset, along with supporting Evaluation Modules (EVMs), gives automakers and Tier-1 suppliers the ability to bring bright, dynamic Augmented Reality (AR) displays to windshields and place critical information within the driver's line of sight.
16th November 2017

Point cloud visualisation for robotics using TI's mmWave sensor

This demonstration from Texas Instruments shows developers can create a point cloud visualisation using TI's mmWave sensor evaluation module and RVIZ in Robot OS.
9th November 2017

25 functions for 25 cents

25 functions for 25 cents
The MSP430 range from Texas Instruments is the company’s lowest cost ultra-low power microcontrollers (MCUs) for sensing applications. Developers can now implement simple sensing solutions through a variety of integrated mixed signal features. Additions to the family include two new entry level devices and a new TI LaunchPad development kit for quick and easy evaluation.
9th November 2017

Enhancing analogue and digital functions

Get an overview with Texas Instruments of how to enhance simple functions with low cost and ultra low power MSP430 value line sensing microcontrollers.
8th November 2017

Board tour of the MSP430FR2433 LaunchPad dev kit

Watch this video from Texas Instruments to see what features are on the MSP-EXP430FR2433 LaunchPad development kit.
8th November 2017

How to interface with HDC2010 humidity sensor with Arduino

This video tutorial from Texas Instruments will show you how to get started using the HDC2010 humidity and temperature sensor with the Arduino platform.
6th November 2017

How to interface the LM35 analogue temperature sensor with Arduino

This video tutorial from Texas Instruments shows you how to interface the LM35 analogue temperature sensor with Arduino.
2nd November 2017

How to interface the TMP102 temperature sensor with Arduino

This video tutorial from Texas Instruments shows you how to interface the TMP102 IC temperature sensor with Arduino using I2C protocol.
31st October 2017

How to convert a TINA-TI model into a generic spice model

In this short tutorial, you'll learn how to convert a TINA-TI model into a generic spice model that is compatible with other simulators.
30th October 2017

Achieve a new low in standby power

Achieve a new low in standby power
A new inductor-inductor-capacitor (LLC) resonant controller with an integrated high voltage gate driver has been introduced by Texas Instruments. It enables what the company claims to be the industry's lowest standby power, as well as longer system lifetimes. The UCC256301 provides a cost effective system solution that helps meet stringent energy efficiency standards for a wide range of AC/DC applications, including digital televisions, gaming adapters, desktop computer and notebook adapters, and power-tool battery chargers.
23rd October 2017


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