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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. 

Automotive front end power stage

Riding Out Automotive Transients : Architecting Front End Power Conversion Stage for Automotive Off-Battery Loads

With rapidly expanding electronic content in latest generation of cars, there is an ever increasing need for power conversion from the car battery rail. The 12-V battery rail is subject to a variety of transients. This presents a unique challenge in terms of the power architecture for off-battery systems. This presentation introduces the different types of transients that occur in automotive battery rails, the causes of those transients, and the standards and specifications defining the test conditions for those transients.

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.

Multiphase 101

In today’s computing environment, CPUs, FPGAs, ASICs and even peripherals are growing increasingly complex and, consequently, so do their power delivery requirements. To handle the higher demands, multiphase regulators are becoming increasingly common on motherboards in many areas of computing--from laptops and tablets to servers and Ethernet switches. Designing with these regulators is more challenging than using conventional switchers and linear regulators, but the benefits of multiphase outweigh the complexity for high-performance power applications.

An Introduction to Multiphase Buck Regulators

The below introductory section features a video briefly discussing what exactly multi-phase buck regulators are, what applications they're suited for, and some of the challenges associated with implementing them. Additionally, the listed resources dive a little deeper into the topics covered in the video, providing further instruction in the beginning of your multiphase journey. 

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Designing with Multiphase

In designing with multiphase, Carmen works through a six-phase design for powering the core voltage of a networking ASIC, Marketing Manager George Lakkas explains why multiphase converters are ideal for high currents, and TI engineers blog about common concerns and use contexts.

Blogs

Testing in the Lab

In testing in the lab, Carmen takes a six phase buck regulator through basic validation testing in the lab with plenty of tips and waveforms shared. Let Carmen show you how to test transient response, input and output ripple, phase stability, and thermal performance. Additionally, TI engineers blog about various lab tricks related to multiphase devices.

Blogs

Managing heat dissipation with DC/DC switching regulators

Managing heat dissipation has always been a critical concern for any power supply designer, and this concern has only grown in importance as output current levels have increased while IC package sizes have gotten smaller. This page serves as your ultimate resource for all training materials and technical documentation related to keeping your switching regulator running cool.  

There are numerous ways to address thermals. This library of training content is broken out by some of these key approaches to improving the thermal performance of your switching regulator.

Optimizing PCB layout

PCB layout tips to manage heat dissipation with your switching regulator

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Packaging

Another way to manage thermals is through IC packaging. Smaller and smaller packages continue to be introduced as output currents trend upward. Learn more about the packaging technologies that aid heat dissipation under these challenging conditions and enable high power density.

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Increasing efficiency

Another way to manage heat in your power supply is by choosing the right IC with the best efficiency

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Under the hood of a noninverting buck-boost converter

Date:
August 25, 2016

Duration:
31:39
This covers non-inverting buck-boost converters and possible use cases, design tips, and highest performance solutions.

Power supply design considerations: LM4360x/4600x SIMPLE SWITCHER® converters

This training series covers critical power supply design parameters such as EMI mitigation, heat dissipation, and loop compensation. Each training module features guidance using the LM4360x/LM4600x Synchronous SIMPLE SWITCHER® step-down voltage regulator as an example device.

DC/DC Buck Converters: What do all of these features mean?

As switching converters have evolved, they have taken on a host of new features to operate more efficiently and quietly. To some, however, all these new features listed on the front page of the datasheet may seem foreign. This training series dives into those features to explain the true benefits of each and help you decide which are necessary for your power supply design. Specifically covered in this series are the buck converter topics of:

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