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Capacitive structure: how high-voltage isolation technology works

Capacitive structure: how high-voltage isolation technology works
  In this video, Tom Bonifield, a high-voltage isolation technologist at Texas Instrument in one of the high-voltage labs at TI, discusses the high-voltage isolation structure itself. This video is part of a series of videos on high-voltage reinforced isolation quality and reliability.
12th December 2018

Design considerations of high power density adapters

Design considerations of high power density adapters
In this video Brian King, a systems application specialist at Texas Instruments discusses design considerations for high power density and high efficiency adapters. The video session will cover the basic requirements driving AC to DC adaptors and provide an introduction to the active clamp flyback topology as well as Texas Instruments' UCC28780 controller.
12th December 2018

Practical thermal design with DC/DC power modules

Practical thermal design with DC/DC power modules
  All DC/DC converters dissipate power in the form of heat. This heat has to be managed properly so that the converter maintains operation within the recommended temperature limits. Usually, the copper on the printed circuit board (PCB) is utilised to help dissipate the heat.
12th December 2018


Online toolbox to tackle thermals before touching a soldering iron

Online toolbox to tackle thermals before touching a soldering iron
For every ten degrees in junction temperature rise, the chances of your IC failing doubles. With megatrends like increasing power levels, shrinking PCB area, and smaller and smaller package sizes, how can you protect your design against heat and ensure long-term system reliability?
12th December 2018

Industrial eFuse with integrated reverse input polarity protection

Industrial eFuse with integrated reverse input polarity protection
The TPS2660x devices from Texas Instruments are compact, feature rich high voltage eFuses with a full suite of protection features. The wide supply input range of 4.2 to 55V allows control of many popular DC bus voltages. The device can withstand and protect the loads from positive and negative supply voltages up to ±60V. 
12th December 2018

Smart tuning tech: Automatically tune your stepper motor

Automatic, smooth and efficient. Meet smart tuning technology and let TI's stepper motor drivers do the tuning for you.
12th December 2018

High efficiency power amplifier for 4G and 5G infrastructure

High efficiency power amplifier for 4G and 5G infrastructure
  Skyworks has announced its latest cellular infrastructure innovation, the SKY66313-11, a wide instaneous bandwidth power amplifier with efficiency for FDD/TDD 4G LTE and 5G applications.
12th December 2018

Solutions for battery-free IoT devices

Solutions for battery-free IoT devices
Licensor of signal processing platforms and artificial intelligence processors for smarter, connected devices, CEVA, has announced that Atmosic Technologies (Atmosic), an innovator of ultra-low-power wireless for the Internet of Things (IoT), has integrated CEVA’s RivieraWaves Bluetooth 5 Low Energy (RW-BLE5) IP in its M2 and M3 Series IoT systems-on-chip (SoCs). 
12th December 2018

Designing reliable and high density power solutions with GaN

Designing reliable and high density power solutions with GaN
In this two part series, Paul Brohlin, GaN power development engineer in Texas Instruments, discusses how to design reliable and high density power solutions with TI's GaNPower Stages. In the first section, he explains the advantages of GaN in power supplier performance and the advantages of TI integration of the driver and protection into a GaN Power Stage. 
11th December 2018

What is the importance of dropout voltage?

What is the importance of dropout voltage?
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.
11th December 2018


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