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TI Precision Lab Workshop

November 2, 2018
Slides of the Precision Lab Workshop

Physical Verification System (PVS) DRC Tool Execution

February 15, 2019

Physical Verification System (PVS) DRC Tool Execution

Digital Power Supply Workshop presented by Biricha Digital

When: February 19, 2019
Join us for this highly popular hands-on workshop and learn how to design digital power supplies and PFCs from ground up quickly and easily.
Applications of voltage supervisors (reset ICs)

Voltage supervisor fundamentals and design considerations

Voltage supervisors increase the system reliability and robustness by ensuring that power rails are active only during stable power supply. This is achieved through functions such as: precise voltage monitoring, over-voltage protection, power failure indicator, processor monitoring, power sequencing, battery backup, and reset latching.

 In this series, you will learn about the: 

C2000™ MCUs - Workshops

This page provides access to past C2000 workshops, training events, and webinars, including C2000 device and Control Law Accelerator (CLA) workshops, as well as control seminars.

Developing Solar Inverter Control with Simulink, Part 1: Overview of the Solar Inverter System

When: May 10, 2019
Learn about using Simulink® Simscape Electrical™ to develop embedded software for a solar inverter implemented on a TI C2000 microcontroller using the MathWorks

Developing Solar Inverter Control with Simulink, Part 2: Modeling the PV Panel and Tuning the Boost Converter Controller

When: May 10, 2019
Learn how to use Simulink® and Simscape Electrical™ to simulate the power output of a photovoltaic (PV) panel and model a boost converter.

Developing Solar Inverter Control with Simulink, Part 3: Designing the MPPT Algorithm and Generating Production Code for the TI C2000 Microcontroller

When: May 10, 2019
Learn how to develop an MPPT algorithm using Simulink® and to implement the algorithm on a microcontroller using C code generated from the model
Configurable Logic Block (CLB) training for C2000 MCUs

Configurable Logic Block (CLB) Training for C2000™ MCUs

Does your industrial control system include customized logic?  Do you have an FPGA, CPLD, or external logic components supplementing your embedded controller and wonder “why can’t this all be done in one device?” Are you using this additional logic because your MCU peripherals don’t give you all the capability you need?  With the Configurable Logic Block (CLB) peripheral you are able to implement custom logic and even augment existing C2000 peripherals like the PWMs, captures, quadrature encoder, and GPIOs.  This can enable you to integrate critical functions into a sing

Reduce design risk for Low Earth Orbit satellites and other New Space applications

When: October 8, 2019 2:00 pm
What is NewSpace? What does it mean for satellite design? Explore products that meet quality & reliability requirements for short space flights and LEO designs.
op amps

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Introduction

What is this training series about? Is it right for me?

These introduction videos give the background on the TI Precision Labs and explain their broad appeal to engineers of all experience levels. The second video introduces the National Instruments VirtualBench which is recommended for use in the hands-on labs accompanying the training modules.

input offset and bias current

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Input Offset Voltage and Input Bias Current

How well do you know the major contributors to DC op amp input errors?

op amps training

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Input and Output Limitations

Have you ever experienced unexpected signal output behavior of an op amp, such as clipping or other non-linear behavior?

The cause of this may be either input common mode voltage limitations or output voltage swing restrictions.  Understanding data sheet specifications in the context of real world circuits will help you avoid experiencing this problem.  An inside look at an op amp's input and output stages on different process technologies provides additional insight.

power and limitations

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Power and Temperature

How hot is too hot? Does my circuit need a heat sink?

This series discusses the relationship between power dissipation and temperature in op amps and shows how to calculate an amplifier's junction temperature under a variety of operating conditions using its thermal model. Absolute maximum ratings and internal thermal protection schemes are also introduced.

op amp bandwidth

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Bandwidth

Did you know when calculating op amp bandwith you should always use the non-inverting gain?  Do you know why bandwidth impacts Iq?

In addition to answering those questions, we will show you nearly everything you ever wanted to know about op amp bandwidth including:

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Slew Rate

True or False? A large and rapid voltage change in an op amp's output is always limited by the slew rate of the device.

If you think the answer is true, or you have seen output slew behavior you could not explain, this session is for you!  We will provide an explanation of large and small signal analysis, slew boost, slew rate over temperature, slew rate vs. full power bandwidth, and the relationship of Vos and slew rate.  In addition, an inside the op amp view of the cause of slew rate limit is presented.

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Common Mode Rejection and Power Supply Rejection

Rejection can be a good thing, especially in the case of common mode or power supply voltage errors. 

This video series discusses how changing the common mode voltage or power supply voltage on an op amp can introduce errors at both AC and DC, and how those errors are mitigated by the op amp's built-in common mode rejection and power supply rejection.

TI Precision Labs - Op Amps: Noise

Did you know that a standard resistor component sitting upon your desk doing "nothing" is actually generating noise?

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