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Switching Power Supply Component Selection

This 7-part series discusses tips and best practices for selecting the appropriate components for your switching power supply.

Power supply design and layout optimization: minimizing EMI and instability

October 9, 2017

This training discusses considerations when laying out a PCB design, focusing on the schematics, parasitics, ground planes, magnetics, PCB layout itself and EMI

Hysteresis loss in high voltage MOSFETs: Findings and effects for high frequency AC-DC converters

October 9, 2017

A review of different high performance Super-Junction Silicon MOSFETs for ZVS high frequency resonant supply applications
Accelerating Design with Tools for High Voltage

Accelerating Design with Tools for High Voltage

October 9, 2017

Understand the challenges in high voltage design and what design tools TI offers including WEBENCH Power designer with transformer design capability

Introduction to EMI in power supply designs: sources, measurements and mitigation methods

September 25, 2018

This presentation introduces the basic knowledge associated with the EMI noise in power supply designs.

Reduce design risk for Low Earth Orbit satellites and other New Space applications

When: October 8, 2019 2:00 pm
What is NewSpace? What does it mean for satellite design? Explore products that meet quality & reliability requirements for short space flights and LEO designs.

Capacitor selection

This sections covers tips for selecting the appropriate capacitors for your switching power supply.

Inductor selection

This sections covers tips for selecting the appropriate inductors for your switching power supply.

PSDS 2018

Survey of Resonant Converter Topologies

In recent years, resonant converters have become more popular and are widely applied in various applications like servers, communications and consumer electronics. The resonant converter can easily achieve high efficiency and allow high frequency operation with its intrinsic wide softswitching ranges. However, resonant converters rely on frequency modulation (FM) to achieve voltage or current regulation instead of traditional pulse width modulation (PWM).

PSDS 2018

Control and Design Challenges for Synchronous Rectifiers

With the development of telecommunication and mobile technologies, smart phones, tablets and notebook computers became essential parts of everyday life. Because of this, we require more powerful processors, which requires increased batter size and higher levels of AC/DC chargers, while the size is expected to remain the same or grow smaller.

PSDS 2018

Comparison of GaN and Silicon FET-Based Active Clamp Flyback Converters

This course demonstrates how an active clamp flyback converter achieves zero voltage switching (ZVS) and recycles the leakage energy of the transformer to improve efficiency in higher frequency operation. Although it is well known that switch node capacitance determines the circulating energy for ZVS, the capacitance-nonlinearity impact from each of the two primary-side switches and from the secondary synchronous rectifier has not been well understood.

South Asia Industrial Webinar

Design considerations for USB type-C power delivery

The presentation addresses the design consideration of USB Type-C power delivery. USB Type-C is the new trend of Industrial, automotive and personal electronics devices. In the training, audience will be able to learn more about USB Type-C power delivery (PD) requirement and understand architecture of USB Type-C PD, AC/DC power source.

South Asia Industrial Webinar

Introduce high power DC/DC conversion design: comparison of PSFB and FB-LLC

The “conventional wisdom” is that the Phase Shifted Full Bridge (PSFB) topology is the best choice for high power DC/DC converter applications. However, the “conventional wisdom” has been challenged by the users who are choosing the Full Bridge LLC (FB-LLC) topology for applications where we would normally suggest the PSFB topology. The speaker provides a clear comparison between the two typologies and tries to indicate which is best in a given application.
Rapid prototyping training series

Rapid prototyping: Getting started with TI solutions

How many times have you said, “I would like to prototype an idea with TI silicon but I can not get software resources" or “I don’t know how to prototype/program.”

This training shows you how to get started prototyping on TI solutions with minimal or no programming, including the following tasks:

Rapid prototyping conclusions

Conclusion of rapid prototyping with call to action examples, simple and complex demonstrations.

Designing a High-Power Bidirectional AC/DC Power Supply Using SiC FETs

High-power bidirectional AC/DC power supplies are widely used as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), energy storage systems (ESS) and onboard chargers (OBC) with with vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capability. Compared to the traditional approach ¡V using one unidirectional rectifier and one unidirectional inverter to achieve a bidirectional energy flow ¡V a bidirectional rectifier can provide advantages such as smaller size, higher power density and higher efficiency. This paper reviews topologies, design considerations and design challenges of high power bidirectional AC/DC power supplies.

Common Mistakes in Flyback Power Supplies and How to Fix Them

When you run into a problem in your power-supply design, the odds are that someone else has already solved the same problem on another design. Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn from their mistakes? This five part video series focuses on some of the most common mistakes in the design and troubleshooting of low-power AC/DC power supplies, specifically focusing on the flyback topology.

Practical EMI Considerations for Low-Power AC/DC Supplies

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is an essential part of every power-supply design, but too often gets relegated to the end of the design flow, at which point its resolution can be time-consuming, costly and inefficient. This seven part video series will help dispel fears about EMI, and show how to find and fix the issues.

Power Factor Correction Circuit Basics

Power Factor Correction (PFC) Circuit Basics

From laptop adapters to power tools, any end equipment powered from the AC grid represents a complex load where the input current is not always in phase with the instantaneous line voltage. As such, the end equipment consumes both real power as well as reactive power from the grid. The ratio between real, usable power (measured in watts) and the total real-plus-reactive power is known as the power factor.

Phase shifted full bridge in electric vehicles

How to design multi-kW DC/DC converters for electric vehicles (EVs) - The phase shifted full bridge

August 6, 2018

This training session is an introduction to the Phase Shifted Full Bridge topology within the EV/HEV system.
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