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Input Differential Conducted EMI Filter Design

Date:
April 29, 2013

Duration:
09:51
These videos will cover switching power supply design considerations.This series includes:Thermal Design Guidelines and Recommendations: Strategies and recommendations for maximizing the thermal performance of your designs.Thermal Design Concepts: Intro to various factors that impact thermal performance and why they're important to consider in designs.Managing Thermal Performance: Techniques for managing thermal performance in your designs.Input Differential Conducted EMI Filter Design: Intro to differential mode conducted EMI and how to design input filters based on it.Effect of High di/dt Loops on EMI: Steps to mitigate EMI through PCB layout techniques.

Effect of High di/dt Loops on EMI

Date:
April 29, 2013

Duration:
13:51
These videos will cover switching power supply design considerations.This series includes:Thermal Design Guidelines and Recommendations: Strategies and recommendations for maximizing the thermal performance of your designs.Thermal Design Concepts: Intro to various factors that impact thermal performance and why they're important to consider in designs.Managing Thermal Performance: Techniques for managing thermal performance in your designs.Input Differential Conducted EMI Filter Design: Intro to differential mode conducted EMI and how to design input filters based on it.Effect of High di/dt Loops on EMI: Steps to mitigate EMI through PCB layout techniques.

KeyStone I training: C66x CorePac overview - achieving high performance

Date:
October 9, 2010

Duration:
31:03
CorePac: Achieving High Performance discusses how high performance can be achieved within each DSP core. Topics include CorePac architecture, Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD), memory access, and software pipelining.

Wireless Power Receiver System Design: Part 1

Date:
May 10, 2016

Duration:
21:40
Two-part presentation, wireless power receiver designs are examined. This video describes how to choose the appropriate receiver for your design and goes through detailed steps on how to successfully design your end system. After a product overview and functional bock diagram example, the video focuses on the a detail walkthrough of a TI reference design including coil characterization at different frequencies, load steps, resonant capacitor (Cs and Cd) tuning, and coil measurements (Ls and Ls') based on final system configurations.

NVDC Charging Design Considerations and Trade-offs

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
14:17
This two-part presentation looks at traditional and hybrid charging configurations, then moves into narrow VDC (NVDC) charger designs. In Part 1, we examine the traditional and hybrid chargers, with an overview of the topology and an example for each. In Part 2, we go into more detail of the NVDC design, looking at Energy Star, system capacitance considerations, battery removal, and battery pre-charge.

Development Trends in Battery Technology/Chemistry

Date:
January 1, 2012

Duration:
17:46
Two-part presentation on trends in baThis two-part presentations discusses current and future trends in battery technology, specifically how choices in materials affect voltages and battery capacity, e.g., modern electrolytes and the newest overlithiated layered oxides (OLO). We also take a brief look at future chemistries that offer the highest theoretical energy densities in batteries.ttery technology. How choices in materials affect voltages and battery capacity.

KeyStone I training: instruction set architecture (ISA)

Date:
March 9, 2015

Duration:
30:57
C66x Instruction Set Architecture describes the differences between the TMS320C674x instruction set architecture and the TMS320C66x instruction set included in the KeyStone CorePac.

KeyStone I training: introduction to interprocessor communication (IPC)

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
40:28
Introduction to Interprocessor Communication (IPC) provides an overview of the hardware and software that transports data and/or signals between threads of execution in the KeyStone family of C66x multicore devices.

KeyStone I training: memory and cache

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
01:01:07
CorePac & Memory Subsystem provides a detailed look at the C66x memory subsystem including the Multicore Shared Memory Controller (MSMC), local & shared memory/cache control, extended memory, and memory protection.

KeyStone I training: multicore navigator - packet DMA (PKTDMA)

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
32:16
Multicore Navigator: Packet DMA (PKTDMA) provides a detailed look at the infrastructure and functional aspects of the PKTDMA and provides information on programming PKTDMA through the use of registers and low level drivers.

KeyStone I training: multicore navigator - queue manager subsystem (QMSS)

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
28:22
Multicore Navigator: Queue Manager Subsystem (QMSS) provides a detailed look at the functional elements of the QMSS and provides information on programming QMSS through the use of registers and low level drivers.

KeyStone I training: multicore navigator overview

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
36:36
Multicore Navigator Overview provides an introduction to the architecture and functional components of the Multicore Navigator, which includes the Queue Manager Subsystem (QMSS) and Packet DMA (PKTDMA).

KeyStone I training: NETCP - security accelerator (SA)

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
15:45
NETCP Security Accelerator (SA)takes a look at the motivation behind the SA, the firmware and low level drivers, as well as a usage case for IPSec encryption and decryption.

KeyStone I training: network coprocessor (NETCP) overview

Date:
November 9, 2010

Duration:
04:20
Network Coprocessor (NETCP) Overview provides an introduction to the NETCP, which includes the Packet Accelerator (PA), Security Accelerator (SA), and Ethernet Subsystems.

Power Tips 18: Regulator output-voltage accuracy

Date:
May 18, 2011

Duration:
04:11
In this Power Tip Robert Kollman, Senior Applications Manager at TI, looks at your regulator's output-voltage accuracy and explains why it may not be as bad as you think! For the entire Power Tips article series, visit Power Management DesignLine and search: Power Tips.

Power Tips: Avoid these common error amplifier pitfalls

Date:
September 21, 2015

Duration:
03:38
In this Power Tip Robert Kollman, Senior Applications Manager at TI, looks at three common error amplifier pitfalls. These are typical mistakes a new designer will make in error amplifier design. For the entire Power Tips article series, visit Power Management DesignLine and search: Power Tips.

Power Tips: Parallel power supplies with droop method

Date:
September 21, 2015

Duration:
05:02
In this Power Tip Robert Kollman, Senior Applications Manager at TI, looks at paralleling power supplies with the droop method. For the entire Power Tips article series, visit Power Management DesignLine and search: Power Tips.

Power Tips: Estimating transient temperature in a MOSFET

Date:
July 11, 2016

Duration:
06:37
In this Power Tip Robert Kollman discusses how to estimate transient temperature in a MOSFET. For the entire Power Tips article series, visit Power Management DesignLine and search: Power Tips.

TI's C553x DSPs - industry's lowest price and lowest power DSPs

Date:
September 16, 2011

Duration:
18:55
Imagine what you could do with a $2 DSP. You could finally add sophisticated signal processing power to audio and voice applications such as headsets, speakers, smart phone audio accessories and intelligence to your sensor applications at an unprecedented price. The TMS320C553x ultra-low-power DSP generation featuring the lowest power and lowest cost DSP in the industry, starting at $1.95/1 ku, are now available to enable you to do that and much more. Offering the industry’s lowest power with active power less than 0.15 mW/MHz at 1.05V and standby power less than 0.15 mW, these highly integrated processors enable developers to get DSP sophistication at a microcontroller price and power consumption.

KeyStone I Training: C665x SoC Overview

Date:
March 30, 2012

Duration:
10:26
The KeyStone C665x Architecture Overview provides a high-level view of the C665x device architecture, the processing and memory topologies, acceleration and interface improvements, as well as power saving and debug features. 
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