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Logic and Voltage Translation Videos

A list of all videos on training.ti.com related to logic and voltage translators that are not produced under the The Logic Minute, the technical video series created by the experts on logic and voltage translation devices.

1. Overviews of Devices and EVMs

A collection of videos reviewing specific logic and voltage translation parts or EVMs, including their key features and specifications.
# Title Duration
1.1 Discrete Level Translation Replacement
Watch this EVM for 2N70001T, which is a single channel unidirectional level translation intended for Replacement of discreet channel FET.
00:33
1.2 X1QFN: The industry's smallest QFN package
Expanding the Standard Logic Products ecosystem, TI is introducing the first X1QFN package.
04:31
1.3 Introducing the 2N7001T level shifter
This video introduces the 2N7001T a 1-bit unidirectional level shifter device that can be used in place of discrete push-pull level shifting implement...
04:59
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2. Other Logic Training Videos

Videos developed as training about logic and voltage translation; which still contain great information but don't fit into a videos series.
# Title Duration
2.1 Understanding the pitfalls of discrete level shifting circuits
This video outlines common drawbacks to discrete push-pull level shifting implementations, introducing the 2N7001T device as a discrete replacement.
08:23
2.2 Clamp Diodes
Ever wanted to know if an input can be higher than VCC? Certain datasheet parameters can tell you.
01:01
2.3 Standard Logic - CMOS Inputs
Introduction to the Standard Logic and Translation Family. Includes generic CMOS input structure and use cases
12:40
2.4 Understanding schmitt trigger
Understanding Schmitt trigger
05:24
2.5 CMOS Logic Outputs
Understanding CMOS outputs
07:21
2.6 Understanding Flip-flops,shift registers
Understanding Shift Registers and Flip-flops
05:07
2.7 Signal Level Translation
Level translation for standard Interfaces
02:03
2.8 Outputs of Clocked Devices
Watch this video to guarantee how to validate the first output of a register or flip-flop.
00:56
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