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Bandwidth vs Frequency(Subsampling Concepts)

Bandwidth vs. Frequency - Subsampling Concepts

Date:
July 31, 2017

Duration:
09:17
Learn more about subsampling concepts pertaining to bandwidth vs. frequency, including: Nyquist frequency, aliasing, under-sampling, and input bandwidth.
Applications for isolated gate drivers, including three-phase power factor correction, solar string inverters, motor drives, and traction inverters

Applications for Isolated Gate Drivers

Date:
April 30, 2018

Duration:
12:26
This section of the TI Precision Labs - Isolation series explores PFC, solar inverter, motor drive, and traction inverter applications for isolated drivers.
Advanced Phase Synchronization Capabilities with Multiple RF PLLs using TI's LMX2594

Advanced Phase Synchronization Capabiliites with Multiple RF PLLs using TI's LMX2594

Date:
April 19, 2017

Duration:
07:08
Watch Nadeem demonstrate advanced phase synchronization capabilities with multiple RF PLLs using TI's high performance LMX2594.

Advanced JESD204B Topics

This series explores advanced topics related to the JESD204B SerDes standard associated with extending the link length and multi-device synchronization.

Low EMI and Noise performance with DC/DC switching regulators

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.

Low EMI and Noise performance with DC/DC switching regulators

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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