In this video, Texas Instruments will discuss the meaning of accuracy and error in the context of temperature sensors and go through examples to explain how these terms are used to characterise a system's performance. Finally, we'll discuss repeatability and how this could affect the system's overall accuracy.
This section of the TI Precision Labs - Temperature Sensors series discusses the definition of gain or sensitivity of an analogue temperature sensor, while also reflecting on its effect on linearity. Ultimately methods to increase the gain of the system is introduced.
Discrete solutions can be used to implement input power protection, but they come with trade-offs. Adding in necessary protection features using discrete components takes up a lot of space and contributes to poor thermal performance.
In this video, Jay Bennett, Product Marketing Manager from Microchip explains that the company is entering the memory infrastructure space with the first member of the smart memory controller product family, the SMC 1008.