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Power Tips: Bi-Directional Power in a Dual Battery 12V/48V Automotive Design

Date:
December 31, 2015

Duration:
09:33
In this Power Tips "Ask the Expert" video Dave asks TI’s Roberto Scibilia how to manage bi-directional power in a dual-battery 12V/48V automotive design. Rober

Engineer It: Demystifying creepage and clearance for isolation

Date:
April 1, 2016

Duration:
06:06
Learn the definitions of creepage and clearance as they relate to isolation; including a comparison, examples, and calculations to maximize performance.

C2000 Developments in Digital Power Control

Date:
May 2, 2016

Duration:
24:53
This session introduces enhancements to C2000 MCUs designed to improve performance in digital power applications. 

Get Your Clocks in Sync: Hardware Setup

Date:
August 14, 2017

Duration:
02:31
This video demonstrates DEV_CLK skew between two clock outputs of the clocking reference design and the analog channel to channel skew between 2 ADC12DJ3200EVMs

Get Your Clocks in Sync: Software Setup

Date:
August 7, 2017

Duration:
04:20
This video demonstrates the software setup of the Multi-Channel JESD204B 15 GHz Clocking Reference Design for DSO, Radar and 5G Wireless Testers

Designing multi-kW power supply systems

Date:
October 9, 2017

Duration:
35:50
Provides insight into the some of the challenges of designing multi-kW power supply systems
Precision DAC

Demystifying circuit design with Precision DAC Part 1

Date:
December 7, 2018

Duration:
14:53
Part 1: Speaker starts from a Precision DAC portfolio table to introduce the features as well as the popular application in the industrial market.
Precision DAC

Demystifying circuit design with Precision DAC Part 2

Date:
December 7, 2018

Duration:
15:38
Part 2: In this speaker addresses the resistor ladder (3-bit), the theory and the way it works. Also introduce the R-2R DAC’s advantage, disadvantage and the ap
Precision DAC

Demystifying circuit design with Precision DAC Part 4

Date:
December 10, 2018

Duration:
14:19
Part 4: In this part, the speaker further introduces Glitch and its sources, major carry transition, glitch vs. DAC structure, glitch reduction techniques … etc

EtherCAT® DDR-less on Sitara™ AMIC110 and C2000™ MCUs

Date:
November 10, 2018
This demo highlights a DDR-less implementation of EtherCAT® slave on the Sitara AMIC110.
spectroscopy DLP technology near-infrared (NIR) scanning spectrometer

Experiment with Innovative Sensing Techniques Using DLP® Technology to Determine Material Properties

This DLP® training series provides an innovative applications introduction for spectroscopy.  The series includes the following key content:

  • Spectroscopy Agenda
  • Introduction to DLP technology
  • Overview of near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy & DLP spectroscopy architecture
  • Spectroscopy development tools using DLP technology
  • Target application overview in spectroscopy
  • Scanning process for DLP spectroscopy
  • Developing your own spectrometer
  • Additional DLP spectroscopy resources

Local oscillator and GHz clocks requirements in Radio applications systems with LMX2594

This training series discusses the key requirements of local oscillator in microwave/RF and GHz clocks in  radio applications. The topics covered establish the key relationships between the requirements of a signal source and their impact in a radio system. After this training, you will be armed with the ability to understand the system requirements of your customer and how they pertain to a signal source so you can engage with your customer in a very meaningful way.

Designing with Delta-Sigma ADCs: System design considerations to optimize performance

Delta-sigma analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) are oversampling converters typically used in applications requiring higher resolution. However, ADCs do not work by themselves. In fact, they require several key components around them, including a front-end amplifier, a voltage reference, a clock source, power supplies, and a good layout. Many devices integrate these features together with the ADC to offer a complete system solution, which simplifies the design for customers and minimizes board space.

JESD204B Video Blog Series

The JESD204B video blog series explores the basic concepts related to the JESD204B SerDes standard in relation to High Speed Data Converter products.

RF Sampling Series

This series explores the new realm of RF sampling converters for use in high frequency, large bandwidth systems.

Advanced JESD204B Topics

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

General High-Speed Trainings

This series covers general updates on Texas Instruments' high-speed signal chain portfolio.

Low EMI and Noise performance with DC/DC switching regulators

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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Low EMI and Noise performance with DC/DC switching regulators

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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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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