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PSDS 2018

Power Supply Design Seminar 2018 Training Series

Explore and review training videos from the Power Supply Design Seminar 2018. The seminar materials below provide rich, technical and practical information which combine new, advanced power supply concepts, basic design principles and “real-world” application examples. Select any topic and start learning today.

Power supply design considerations: LM4360x/4600x SIMPLE SWITCHER® converters

This training series covers critical power supply design parameters such as EMI mitigation, heat dissipation, and loop compensation. Each training module features guidance using the LM4360x/LM4600x Synchronous SIMPLE SWITCHER® step-down voltage regulator as an example device.

Power over Ethernet: Getting Started with the New Standard

The Ethernet ecosystem is evolving with the introduction of the IEEE 802.3bt standard. Regardless if you’re an expert in PoE or just getting introduced to the technology, the below trainings provide a good starting point for understanding how TI’s portfolio of 802.3bt Powered Devices (PDs) and Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) Controllers can be used in traditional and emerging Ethernet applications.

Power over Ethernet (PoE) Training Series

Power over Ethernet technology (PoE) is an ubiquitous technology for powering Ethernet connected end equipments that may typically require licensed personnel to install, such as connected lighting, wireless access points, 5G remote radio units and more. As a standard-driven IC technology, suppliers can rest easy that IEEE 802.3 compliant portfolios offer solutions at both the source and input to loads that are fully interoperable and include many features to empower greater flexibility and reliability.

Engineer It Analog How-to Training

Power Management

These videos provide a variety of power design advice, from suggestions on testing power supplies to reducing electromagnetic interference. Designers working with DC/DC, SEPIC and other topologies can find design tips from TI’s leading power experts.

Power fundamentals - linear regulator fundamentals

This five-part series provides an overview of linear regulators.

Power fundamentals - DC-DC fundamentals

This five-part series provides an overview of DC-DC converters.

Power fundamentals - buck regulator architectures

This series provides an overview of the various buck regulator architectures, including:

  • Multi-Phase Buck Regulators
  • Hysteretic Buck Regulators
  • COT Buck Regulators
  • Current/Emulated Current Mode Buck Regulators
  • Voltage Mode Buck Regulators

Power factor correct (PFC) basics and design considerations

Applications Engineer Jason Tao discusses PFC basics, topology comparisons and design considerations to achieve a cost-optimized and efficient PFC design.

Power Distribution for SoC and FPGA applications

In this training series, we examine the power requirements of SoC and FPGA devices discuss the optimal approach to powering them for specific use cases.
Tech Days

Power

Were you unable to attend Tech Day but want to view the featured content? Did you attend and want to revisit a particular session? This series contains many of the sessions from the power supply design track. In addition, this series features recordings of select TI demos from the exhibitors hall.

Phase Shifted Full Bridge (PSFB) vs. Full Bridge LLC (FB-LLC) for High Power DC/DC Conversion

The Phase Shifted Full Bridge (PSFB) has always been considered the best design for high power DC/DC conversion. However, a newer technology called Full Bridge LLC (FB-LLC) has recently been used and accepted for high power DC/DC conversion. In this 3 part series, we will go in-depth in discussing the pros and cons of both the PSFB and FB-LLC. We will then compare the basic problems between the PSFB and FB-LLC and give ideas on how to choose between the two given a certain application. Lastly, we will review some Reference Designs.

PD Basics

Several features have either evolved or been added as an essential PoE capability in 802.3bt.  Learn why Autoclass is in high-demand, how our PD’s respond in power demotion events, and how to design your PD systems with hitless failover in mind.

PCB Layout for Switched Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)

In this 3 part series, we will discuss PCB Layouts for Switched Mode Power Supplies. The purpose of these videos will be to give the designer some insight into the issues that need to be considered when laying out a PCB. Topics that will be discussed in these videos include schematic diagrams, parasitic components formed in a PCB layout, effects on EMI, and examples of real TI reference designs.

buck-boost in wireless security cameras and video doorbells

Part 3: Li-ion battery discharge curves and estimate battery operating time gains with buck-boost

In this section, you will become familiar with lithium ion battery discharge curves and learn in which use cases a buck-boost converter will significantly increase battery operating time.
buck-boost in wireless security cameras and video doorbells

Part 2: Top buck-boost converter use cases

In this section, you will learn about the top buck-boost converter use cases and the reasons why buck-boost converters can help to build a more efficient, reliable, and simple system. 
buck-boost in wireless security cameras and video doorbells

Part 1: Introduction

In this video, you will learn how to build an entire power tree, significantly increase the battery operating time, and stabilize the supply voltage rails during sudden load changes such as turning on the camera or WiFi. You will also learn how you can use buck-boost converters to directly and efficiently drive high power white and IR LEDs for evening and night vision.

Parasics and its Influences at Hard-Switching

In this training video, parasitics in the gate driver system is identified. Piece-wise linear switching sequence at turn on/off is illustrated. Reverse recovery introduced additional complexity on turn-on transition is explained with comparison of MOSFETs and IGBTs.

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