This series covers a wide variety of high-performance clock and timing topics, including controlling phase noise in communication systems, understanding clock jitter, simplifying clock-tree designs and more.
Engineer It is an educational, “how-to” video series where TI experts provide fundamental knowledge and solutions to overcome design challenges. Here, you can learn how to spin your motor in minutes, avoid amplifier input/output swing limitations, test and isolate power supplies and more from industry experts.
This 3-part video series outlines the design process for the LMK03328 ultra-low-jitter clock generator. The series covers the WEBENCH Clock Architect design and simulation process, using the TICS Pro EVM GUI software with WEBENCH design report to help configure the
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.
The LVDS training series is designed for learning the fundamentals of Low Voltage Differential Signalling technology. It begins with an overview of LVDS technology, and then expands on the advantages of using LVDS such as noise immunity, EMI reduction, low power, and etc. Next, M-LVDS and communication typologies commonly used with LVDS/M-LVDS Interface are explained. Typical use case of LVDS interface and how to calculate LVDS data rate are presented in this training series as well.
TI Precision Labs (TIPL) is the most comprehensive online classroom for analog signal chain designers. From foundational knowledge to advanced concepts, our logical, sequenced and comprehensive teaching approach is both intuitive and practical. The training series, which includes videos and downloadable reference materials, will deepen the technical expertise of experienced engineers and accelerate the development of those early in their career.
Develop your clocks and timing expertise with our comprehensive curriculum that ranges from introductory to advanced topics from key terminology to design considerations. Our on-demand courses and tutorials pair theory and applied exercises to deepen the technical expertise of experienced engineers and accelerate the development of those early in their careers.
New content will continue to be added to this series so be sure to check this page for the latest clock and timing lessons!
This series of videos gives an overview of clock and timing product types with a high-level discussion of architecture, functionality and features for each. The discussion will center around key performance metrics of Oscillators, Clock Buffers, Jitter Cleaners, PLL's, Network Synchronizers will highlight the key parameters and specifications. Applications case examples and tradeoffs between different clock tree building blocks will be presented to illustrate what type of product function is best suited to meet individual system needs.
This series of videos will cover topics around noise in Clock and Timing systems in both time and frequency domains. Subjects include definitions, characteristics and sources of jitter, phase noise figures of merit and the relationship to jitter. We will analyze system-level impairments such as excessive jitter/phase noise and PLL spurious noise for cause and effect by simulation and direct measurement examples.
This video series will explain the building blocks for Phase Lock Loops (PLL's) such as VCO’s, integer and fractional N frequency dividers, phase detectors and charge pumps. We will provide detailed examples of loop filter design and theory along with the effects of discrete sampling and multiple loops on PLL transient response.
The videos in this series will discuss distributed vs. centralized clock tree, synchronous vs. free-running designs and other selection criteria requirements to help narrow down a clock tree solution. We will discuss other design considerations including frequency planning, spurious and EMI noise reduction techniques, system clock optimization/tuning and clocking for JESD204 B/C systems.
Join our webinar series, as we explore different industry trends and technologies across our diverse product portfolio. Over the coming months, our experts will cover the latest analog, power management and embedded processing topics, across both automotive and industrial applications.