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## Efficiency

This section will compare the efficiency results for each of the 3 solutions

## Thermals

This section will compare the thermal images and results for the 3 solutions tested.

## Solutions Size Comparison

This section will compare the size of the solution for the 3 different designs.

## Cost Compsarison

This section will compare the bill of material cost for each solution used.

## Summary

Summary of the testing results

## Concepts of Switching Regulator EMI and Noise Mitigation

Before we dive into specific application-based examples of noise and EMI mitigation, let's start with the basics. What is noise? What is EMI? What is ripple? How are they measured? What are some common approaches to limiting their effects? This section discusses these topics with a more conceptual approach to serve as a primer for the rest of the series.

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## EMI and Noise Mitigation Techniques in Practice

Now that we understand the sources of EMI and noise in switching regulators, and some of the common approaches to mitigating each, let's take a closer look at real-world examples of reducing their effects. In this section we will examine the impacts of various mitigation techniques to help you decide which approach makes the most sense in your design. Techniques covered in this discussion include external component placement, filter options and design, frequency manipulation via spread spectrum or dithering, snubbers, boot resistors, and more.

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## Achieving low noise and high efficiency for noise-sensitive analog loads

Noise and EMI can be detrimental to sensitive analog signal chain circuitry. For this reason, many engineers automatically default to linear regulators. But, in doing so, they are essentially trading one problem (noise) for another (heat dissipation). In this section we will discuss what types of signal chain loads can be driven directly by a switching regulator to get low noise and EMI without sacrificing efficiency. We will also discuss when a linear regulator is absolutely needed to reach levels of noise not possible with a switcher.

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## Low EMI and low noise DC/DC conversion in Automotive applications

Because of the potential havoc that interference can wreak in radio and safety critical systems, automotive electronics are subject to the most stringent EMI standards- the most common being CISPR25 Class-5. The materials below provide a discussion around the sources of EMI in an automotive environment and a comprehensive blueprint to understanding how to minimize it's effects.

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## Buck-boost and boost converters in wireless security cameras and video doorbells

In this series, we will show you how to improve wireless security cameras, video doorbells and similar devices with buck-boost and boost converters.

## Part 1: Introduction

In this video, you will learn how to build an entire power tree, significantly increase the battery operating time, and stabilize the supply voltage rails during sudden load changes such as turning on the camera or WiFi. You will also learn how you can use buck-boost converters to directly and efficiently drive high power white and IR LEDs for evening and night vision.

## Part 2: Top buck-boost converter use cases

In this section, you will learn about the top buck-boost converter use cases and the reasons why buck-boost converters can help to build a more efficient, reliable, and simple system.

## Part 3: Li-ion battery discharge curves and estimate battery operating time gains with buck-boost

In this section, you will become familiar with lithium ion battery discharge curves and learn in which use cases a buck-boost converter will significantly increase battery operating time.

## Achieving low noise and low EMI performance with DC/DC switching regulators

Mitigating switching regulator EMI and noise is seen by engineers as a black art. Mess with the feng shui of the PCB layout too much, and the system may not pass CISPR standards. Because of this, many power designers simply turn to linear regulators as a guaranteed way to avoid the headache of reducing emissions.

## Designing a modern power supply for RF sampling converters

When: October 28, 2019
Learn how to design a simpler signal chain that uses a PCB with a much smaller footprint.

## Loop Stability and Small Signal Response

Date:
June 24, 2016

Duration:
02:26
In depth comparison of Voltage Mode, Current mode control vs DCAP2 and DCAP3 control modes for step down DC/DC converters Part 6

## Fixed Frequency vs Constant On-Time Control of DC/DC Converters

This video series takes an in-depth look at voltage mode and current mode control in comparison to DCAP2 and DCAP3 control modes for step-down DC/DC converters.

## Designing with TI's Series Capacitor Buck Converter

Learn the features and benefits of TI's new DC/DC power topology, the series capacitor buck converter, and get started using it in your space-constrained design.

## Control of SMPS, A Refresher

Control theory is often thought to be difficult to understand and theoretical approaches usually have lots of Mathematics and talk about Loop Gain, complex frequency, H(s), G(s) and so on.

## How to Power Automotive Front-End Systems

This training series provides tips and tricks on how to power automotive front-end systems through designing an ADAS processor or an infotainment power supply as well as designing a pre-boost solution.

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