The entire TI Audio converters portfolio will be the main topic of this session, covering notably the Beamforming or Far Field Voice Recording in harsh environment, amongst other topics.
Speaker info: Multiple speakers from the ADC and DAC application and system teams.
This session will cover our high-power (>50W) class-D portfolio, including the latest releases, roadmaps and the new content from TI’s Audio Lab (e.g. the Audio Plug-In Modules, the LC Filter Designer and the Post-Filter Feedback Implementation & Benefit)
In this session we will discuss TI mid-power (<50W) class-D portfolio, highlighting the newest devices, an overview of hybrid flows to easily design a full blown system and the PPC3 driven design with the new TAS5782M.
Speaker info: Andy Liu is a Senior Application Engineer for Mid-power Audio Amplifiers tea, at Texas Instruments. He has been supporting audio products for the past 6 years in Texas Instruments across different teams.
This session will cover our audio op-amps and headphone amplifier portfolio, focusing on the latest devices and the tools available to help accelerate your design (e.g. the newest Reference Designs, the Amplifier design tool and the Linear audio amplifier selection guide).
Speaker info: Ying Zhou is the Product Marketing Manager for Precision Amplifiers at Texas Instruments. Prior to joining Texas Instruments in 2014, she received her MSIE from Georgia Institute of Technology and BS in Automation from Zhejiang University, China
Join a series of 4 free Webinars focusing on TI audio technologies and products! In the 4 sessions, our factory application and marketing engineers will explore a different topic to help you find solutions to your current and future design challenges. We will cover our product portfolio overviews, latest devices and application insights.
This training series outlines key measurements for audio products, specifically signal-to-noise ratio, crosstalk and gain, intermodulation distortion, frequency response and phase, THD+N and level. These videos explain the basic principles of each measurement, why it is significant and how to test and calculate correctly.