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How to add Industrial Ethernet to Computer Numeric Control (CNC) Router Machine

Date:
April 25, 2017

Duration:
18:24
How to add industrial Ethernet into a CNC router machine with Simple Open Real-Time Ethernet (SORTE).
Audio speaker primer for smart amplifiers

An Audio Speaker Primer for TI PurePath™ Smart Amps

Date:
April 24, 2017

Duration:
25:55
<p>In this training, you will learn about loudspeaker basics, speaker cabinet types&nbsp;and peak versus&nbsp;average power in terms of speaker protection. </p>

Embedded Android® Boot Camp™ presented by Barr Group

When: 
April 24, 2017 - 08:00 in Germantown, Maryland, USA
This course is appropriate for embedded software developers moving up to the Android operating system or Android app or Linux software developers who want to learn the internals of the Linux kernel or Android OS.
MicroSiP Power Modules Decrease Solution Size and Increase Power Density

MicroSiP Power Module Evolution from Discrete Power Converters

Learn about MicroSiP power module construction and how they have greatly increased the power density of power supplies over the years.  See the evolution of discrete power converters to their MicroSiP power module counterparts.  Specific comparisons and tradeoffs for the TPS82130, TPS82085, and TPS82671 are discussed.

Design Considerations for Robust Interface Between J6 and Car Displays via FPD-Link [Part 2]

Date:
April 21, 2017

Duration:
07:52
The solution outlines how to optimizing the processor for optimal jitter performance on the transmission side for FPD-Link interoperability.  

Design Considerations for Robust Interface Between J6 and Car Displays via FPD-Link [Part 3]

Date:
April 21, 2017

Duration:
03:14
Clock cleaners can be incorporated into a system design if jitter issues continue after PCB guidelines and followed and PLL configurations are optimized.

Learn Different Solutions to Design a Field Transmitter Ultrasonic AFE

Date:
April 21, 2017

Duration:
10:40
This system training will guide you through different innovative solutions to design a field transmitter ultrasonic AFE based on the PGA460, MSP430 and TDC1000
TPS82085 MicroSiP Evolution from TPS62085

TPS82085 MicroSiP Evolution from TPS62085

Date:
April 20, 2017

Duration:
04:19
Learn about the advantages and tradeoffs in size, efficiency, derating, and ease of use when designing with the TPS82085 MicroSiP power module instead of the TPS62085 discrete power converter.
TPS82671 MicroSiP Evolution from TPS62671

TPS82671 MicroSiP Evolution from TPS62671

Date:
April 20, 2017

Duration:
03:49
Learn about the advantages and tradeoffs in size, efficiency, height, and ease of use when designing with the TPS82671 MicroSiP power module instead of the TPS62671 discrete power converter.

mmWave Training Series

The mmWave training series is designed for you to learn the fundamentals of FMCW technology and mmWave sensors, and start development quickly. TI's portfolio of mmWave sensors features the AWR automotive radar sensor family and the IWR industrial mmWave sensor family, which are intended to be used for detecting range, velocity and angle of objects.  Learn more about the silicon, tools, software and some of the applications for both mmWave families in the mmWave training series. 

 

 

Design Considerations for Robust Interface Between J6 and Car Displays via FPD-Link

Date:
April 20, 2017

Duration:
07:45
This presentation outlines several techniques to minimize issues that interfere with the user display experience and increase system robustness.  

Practical Comparisons of DC/DC Control Modes - Efficiency

Date:
April 19, 2017

Duration:
02:06
Part 17 of a 21 part series.  This section will compare the efficiency results for each of the 3 solutions.

Practical Comparisons of DC/DC Control Modes - TPS54A20 series capacitor selection

Date:
April 19, 2017

Duration:
01:12
Part 10 of a 21 part series. This section will cover the selection of the series capacitor for the TPS54A20

Precision Surge product training

Date:
April 19, 2017

Duration:
25:37
While there are many devices on the market for transient voltage protection, traditionally the most successful protection against surge events have been TVS diodes. Recently TI has developed a unique Precision Surge technology that offers significant improvements over existing TVS diodes. These new devices provide superior voltage suppression performance in the form of flat clamping vs applied current, which lowers the voltage that the system is exposed to by 20% compared to traditional TVS diodes.  TVS3300, the first in the Precision Surge family, is a unidirectional passive device with a 33V working voltage designed specifically to protect mid-voltage rails in the industrial, communication, and process automation sector, particularly in sensor and PLC applications.  A key advantage of the Precision Surge technology over existing diodes is the ‘flat clamping’ technology. By improving voltage limiting performance during a surge event, the technology allows customers to require a lower maximum voltage rating on other components, enabling cost savings and increasing system-wide flexibility. The Precision Surge technology also offers a huge improvement over traditional surge suppression solutions by offering an improved compact footprint. The Precision Surge technology is available in ultra-small WCSP (1.3mm2) and QFN (4mm2) packages, reducing footprint size by up to 90% compared to industry standard devices. For many space-constrained applications, this offers the Precision Surge family a valuable advantage.   During the presentation, we will discuss the advantages of this technology further as well as go into detail about the system-level design decisions that are made while working with surge suppression devices. We will also discuss how to recognize applications that have a need for surge protection, helping to best provide surge suppression guidance to customers.
Transformer Designer for Isolated High-Voltage Power Design

Transformer Designer for Isolated High-Voltage Power Design

Date:
April 18, 2017

Duration:
09:47
<p>Create a complete isolated high-voltage power design, including the design of the transformer.&nbsp;</p>
TI Gallium Nitride LMG5200

How to Get Started with a GaN Power Design in Under 3 Minutes

Date:
April 18, 2017

Duration:
02:56
<p>Watch this video to learn how you can get started with a GaN power design in under 3 minutes.&nbsp;</p>
TPS82130 MicroSiP Evolution from TPS62130

TPS82130 MicroSiP Evolution from TPS62130

Date:
April 18, 2017

Duration:
05:58
Learn about the advantages and tradeoffs in size, efficiency, derating, and ease of use when designing with the TPS82130 MicroSiP power module instead of the TPS62130 discrete power converter.
Controlling multiple automotive displays with reduced EMI using the LP8863-Q1 backlight LED driver

Light Up Your Design with TI's Best-in-Class LP8863-Q1 LED Backlight Driver

Date:
April 17, 2017

Duration:
07:19
Learn how to use the LP8863-Q1 backlight LED driver to control the brightness levels of multiple automotive displays ...

Architecting the DC-DC stage for automotive transients

Date:
April 17, 2017

Duration:
17:14
This section presents the different ways of architecting the dc-dc stage for automotive frond end. Two stage approaches such as pre-boost + buck, buck + post-boost, as well as single stage approach using a buck-boost converter are presented. The advantages and limitation of these approaches are compared.We conclude this section with an overview of some popular reference design and tools available as design aids on Texas Instruments website.

Riding out automotive transients using buck-boost

Date:
April 17, 2017

Duration:
05:30
In this section we look will look at the buck-boost dc-dc topology for automotive front-end power conversion.
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