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Introduction to UCD3138 digital power controller architecture and power peripherals

Date:
October 1, 2015

Duration:
25:15
DPWM module is heart of control loop in power stage. Learn how to configure DPWM in open loop mode, output simple waveform on DPWM outputs, and use memory debug

Power Tips: LED Regulator with Current-Mode Control

Date:
October 1, 2015

Duration:
03:48
Synchronous buck converters are commonly used to regulate the current in LEDs. In this Power Tips "Ask the Expert" video, Dave asks TI’s John Betten to demonstr

Power Tips: Controlling Power Supplies with Multiple Loops

Date:
October 2, 2015

Duration:
02:38
Usually the output voltage of a power supply is regulated and provided to a load.  A battery charger uses two loops: one to control the output voltage and anoth

WEBENCH® Advanced Design Features

Date:
October 6, 2015

Duration:
09:47
If you want finely tuned, high-performance, complex power design capability, the advanced features in WEBENCH® Power Designer are a set of online tools that provide additional design control, analysis and troubleshooting ability.   

Getting Started with Current Sense Amplifiers, Session 10: Understanding Temperature Related Errors

Date:
May 12, 2015

Duration:
07:45
Part ten of the Getting Started with Current Sense Amplifiers series continues the error source discussion focusing on the effect of temperature on the accuracy measurement.

AM57x Sitara™ Processors Technical Deep Dive

Date:
October 8, 2015
This module provides a detailed look at the technical aspects of the AM57x Sitara processors, including a deep dive into the silicon, processors, peripherals, and system architecture. It also introduces the AM57x development tools including the AM572x evaluation module.

Introduction to Processor SDK RTOS Part 1

Date:
October 8, 2015
This module is the first installment of a two-part overview of the Processor SDK from the TI-RTOS perspective. It introduces the functional elements that may be included in the installation for an SoC, and then looks at these elements in more detail: TI-RTOS kernel, Inter-Processor Communication (IPC), Network Developer's Kit (NDK), algorithm libraries, and diagnostic software.

Introduction to Processor SDK RTOS Part 2

Date:
October 8, 2015
This module is the second installment of a two-part overview of the Processor SDK from the TI-RTOS perspective. It examines the functional elements that may be included in the installation for an SoC: Low-level Drivers (LLD), Chip Support Library (CSL), OS Abstraction Layer (OSAL), board library, Secondary Boot Loader (SBL), and board diagnostics.

AM57x Sitara™ Processors Multimedia and Graphics

Date:
October 8, 2015
This module provides an introduction to multimedia and graphics functions supported by hardware and software on the AM57x Sitara™ Processors. This training also examines the GStreamer framework for multimedia applications and the multimedia software architecture.

Application Development Using Processor SDK RTOS

Date:
October 8, 2015
This presentation provides a detailed overview of the application development process using the Processor SDK RTOS release. It walks through each step of the a typical development flow, including setup of the evaluation module (EVM), getting started with the EVM, running out-of-box examples, developing application code, porting applications to custom hardware, and customization of application software.

Digital Power - PMBus POL power: what is the value anyway - Session 3

Date:
October 5, 2015

Duration:
39:59
The momentum behind digital power in all of its shapes and flavors continues to accelerate as engineers become more familiar with the technology and realize its many benefits. This webinar with 3 consecutive sessions will point out different aspects and advantages of Digital Power, imparting valuable knowledge and practical advice for power system and power supply designers.

SAR ADCs vs. Delta-Sigma ADCs: Different architectures for different application needs

Date:
October 13, 2015

Duration:
27:54
Are you choosing between ADC architectures for current or upcoming projects? Check out this webinar, aimed at helping you decide on the best product for your needs.

Getting Started Out of the Box With the AM5728 EVM

Date:
October 13, 2015

Duration:
04:42
Learn how to get started evaluating the new AM5728 Sitara™ processor with the EVM, see an overview of unique peripherals and user experience of the new board.

Getting Started with Current Sense Amplifiers, Session 15: Programming Power Settings

Date:
May 12, 2015

Duration:
08:52
Part fifteen of the Getting Started with Current Sense Amplifiers series discusses how to program program the digital output current shunt monitors for direct current and power readouts

Engineer It: How to Design Protection Circuits for Analog I/O Modules

Date:
October 16, 2015

Duration:
06:51
Learn how to design protection circuits for analog input/output (I/O) modules. The video explains how attenuation and diversion can help you protect your system – especially when used together.

Getting Started with Current Sense Amplifiers, Session 3: Implementations Options for High-side & Low-side Monitoring

Date:
May 12, 2015

Duration:
05:37
Part three of the Getting Started with Current Sense Amplifiers series reviews different design/implementation options for current monitoring.

USB technology overview

Date:
October 22, 2015

Duration:
47:06
Differentiating between the various USB technologies can be a challenge. TI is here to help. 

Engineer It- How to get data sheet values from your SAR ADC

Date:
October 23, 2015

Duration:
08:47
Learn how to pick the right fully differential amplifier to get data sheet values from your high-precision SAR ADC.

Engineer It- How to select a precision DAC

Date:
October 23, 2015

Duration:
08:11
Learn how to select a precision digital-to-analog converter (DAC). This video explains which specifications are the most important, including offset error, zero code error, gain error, differential non linearity (DNL), integral non linearity (INL) and more.

Engineer It - What is a multiplying DAC (MDAC)?

Date:
October 23, 2015

Duration:
07:36
Learn what a multiplying DAC (MDAC) is and how it works. Toward the end of the video, you’ll get three tips to keep in mind when designing with an MDAC.
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