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Program a PMIC in seconds

DIY PMIC Program a PMIC in seconds

Date:
November 8, 2018

Duration:
01:03
TI’s new ecosystem for programming voltage and sequencing
Do it yourself PMICs

DIY PMICs

Date:
November 8, 2018

Duration:
00:58
An introduction to TI's portfolio of configurable and programmable PMICs.

DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs

DIY PMICs: user-programmable PMIC training. Introduce the concept of DIY PMICs, then user-programmable PMICs. One section focuses on how to use and program the TPS6521815. Another sections discusses how to use and program the TPS650861. The final section provides example collateral for the devices covered in the main sections of the training.
TPS65218D0 Programmable PMIC

TPS65218D0: User Programming of Multi-rail Power Management ICs (PMICs)

Date:
October 10, 2018

Duration:
03:26
This video shows how to program and use the TPS65218D0.
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DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: Introduction (part 1)

Date:
February 17, 2020

Duration:
04:38
DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: Introduction (part 1 of 4) discusses user-programmable PMICs and how they are different from traditional PMICs.
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DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: Outro (part 4)

Date:
February 17, 2020

Duration:
01:57
DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: Outro (part 4 of 4) provides example collateral available for user-programmable PMICs.

DIY PMICs, Part 1 of 4 (Intro)

Introduction section of the DIY PMICs presentation. In addition, the marketing video for user-programmable PMICs is included.

DIY PMICs, Part 4 of 4 (Closing)

Closing section of the DIY PMICs presentation with call-to-action and additional info. In addition, the webinar for using the TPS65023 as the primary PMIC in a power solution for Xilinx Artix-7, Spartan-7, and Zynq-7000 (TIDA-050000) is included.
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DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: TPS6521815 (part 2)

Date:
February 17, 2020

Duration:
19:12
DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: TPS6521815 (part 2 of 4) provides an overview of the TPS6521815 device and shows a PMIC programming demonstration.
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DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: TPS650861 (part 3)

Date:
February 17, 2020

Duration:
05:35
DIY PMICs — User-programmable PMICs: TPS650861 (part 3 of 4) provides an overview of the TPS650861 device and the PMIC programming tools available.

IPG-UI PMIC GUI Installation

Date:
April 20, 2017

Duration:
16:55
The IPG-UI can be used to configure multiple Power Management IC (PMIC) devices and to evaluate the features and performance of those devices. Watch this video

Seamless Integration of System Power with PMICs

Date:
May 12, 2017

Duration:
22:47
Seamless Integration of System Power with PMICs

DIY PMICs, Part 2 of 4 (TPS6521815)

Main section of the DIY PMICs presentation, focusing on the TPS6521815 device. Examples provided for powering NXP i.MX 6Solo/6DualLite, i.MX 8M Mini/Nano processors. In addition, the live demo and training of programming the TPS6521815 for the Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC is included.

DIY PMICs, Part 3 of 4 (TPS650861)

Main section of the DIY PMICs presentation, focusing on the TPS650861 device. In addition, the live demo and training of programming the TPS650861 is included.
TPS65086100

TPS65086100: User Programming of Multi-rail Power Management ICs

Date:
May 11, 2018

Duration:
03:00
This video shows how to program and use the TPS65086100.

Comparing PMIC and discrete approaches to powering SoCs and FPGAs

Date:
June 19, 2018

Duration:
09:35
Pros and cons of PMIC and discrete approaches to powering SoCs and FPGAs

What are Battery ID and Authentication ICs?

Date:
August 18, 2016

Duration:
15:47
An overview of the basics of Battery Management Battery ID And Authentication

Power Tips: Low voltage buck ICs

Date:
March 20, 2015

Duration:
05:15
In this Power Tip Robert Kollman takes a look at a power system where 500V is generated from a 400V input.  

Clocking Solutions for High Speed Multi-Channel Applications

Explore clocking solutions for a variety of high speed multi-channel applications. 

How to synchronize high speed multi-channel clocks?

Modern high speed end equipment's like oscilloscope, 5G wireless communication tester and RADAR requires multichannel transceiver system. The biggest challenge is to provide the high frequency, low phase noise, multiple synchronized clocks to each transceiver's data converters and local oscillator. This training will explain how to synchronize the high speed multi-channel clocks and expand for high channel count clocks requirement.
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