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## Understanding the fundamental technologies of power density

The need for improved power density is clear, but what limits designers from increasing power density today? Watch this five-part training series where we outline how to achieve higher power density by examining four critical aspects of high-power-density solutions, as well as relevant TI technologies and products supporting these specific requirements.

Topics in this training series:

## Explore PSpice for TI Design and Simulation Tool

With basic and advanced resources, this video series covers many of topics you need to start your design and simulation with the PSpice® for TI tool. These concise videos provide step-by-step instructions to help you understand features and functions of the tool in just a few minutes. Resources range from basic tool use to simulation set-up to Monte Carlo analysis to get you up and running on your next design.

## PSpice for TI: Advanced Analysis

Whether you are a first time user of the PSpice for TI design and simulation tool or an expert in PSpice simulation, these videos provide quick explination on how to perform advanced analysis within the tool.  Everything from sweep analysis to 3rd party tool import, we have the resources to make your simulation easy.

## PSpice for TI: Introduction

Starting your simulation does not need to be hard.  We've compiled a series of videos to help you get started quickly.  From a tool walkthrough to basic simulation tips, we have the resources to guide you through the PSpice for TI design and simulation tool.

## Power Factor Correction (PFC) Circuit Basics

From laptop adapters to power tools, any end equipment powered from the AC grid represents a complex load where the input current is not always in phase with the instantaneous line voltage. As such, the end equipment consumes both real power as well as reactive power from the grid. The ratio between real, usable power (measured in watts) and the total real-plus-reactive power is known as the power factor.

## Practical EMI Considerations for Low-Power AC/DC Supplies

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is an essential part of every power-supply design, but too often gets relegated to the end of the design flow, at which point its resolution can be time-consuming, costly and inefficient. This seven part video series will help dispel fears about EMI, and show how to find and fix the issues.

## Common Mistakes in Flyback Power Supplies and How to Fix Them

When you run into a problem in your power-supply design, the odds are that someone else has already solved the same problem on another design. Wouldn’t it be great if you could learn from their mistakes? This five part video series focuses on some of the most common mistakes in the design and troubleshooting of low-power AC/DC power supplies, specifically focusing on the flyback topology.

## Designing a High-Power Bidirectional AC/DC Power Supply Using SiC FETs

High-power bidirectional AC/DC power supplies are widely used as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), energy storage systems (ESS) and onboard chargers (OBC) with with vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capability. Compared to the traditional approach ¡V using one unidirectional rectifier and one unidirectional inverter to achieve a bidirectional energy flow ¡V a bidirectional rectifier can provide advantages such as smaller size, higher power density and higher efficiency. This paper reviews topologies, design considerations and design challenges of high power bidirectional AC/DC power supplies.

## Rapid prototyping conclusions

Conclusion of rapid prototyping with call to action examples, simple and complex demonstrations.

## Rapid prototyping: Getting started with TI solutions

How many times have you said, “I would like to prototype an idea with TI silicon but I can not get software resources" or “I don’t know how to prototype/program.”

This training shows you how to get started prototyping on TI solutions with minimal or no programming, including the following tasks:

## Capacitor selection

This sections covers tips for selecting the appropriate capacitors for your switching power supply.

## Inductor selection

This sections covers tips for selecting the appropriate inductors for your switching power supply.

## Survey of Resonant Converter Topologies

 In recent years, resonant converters have become more popular and are widely applied in various applications like servers, communications and consumer electronics. The resonant converter can easily achieve high efficiency and allow high frequency operation with its intrinsic wide softswitching ranges. However, resonant converters rely on frequency modulation (FM) to achieve voltage or current regulation instead of traditional pulse width modulation (PWM).

## Control and Design Challenges for Synchronous Rectifiers

 With the development of telecommunication and mobile technologies, smart phones, tablets and notebook computers became essential parts of everyday life. Because of this, we require more powerful processors, which requires increased batter size and higher levels of AC/DC chargers, while the size is expected to remain the same or grow smaller.

## Comparison of GaN and Silicon FET-Based Active Clamp Flyback Converters

 This course demonstrates how an active clamp flyback converter achieves zero voltage switching (ZVS) and recycles the leakage energy of the transformer to improve efficiency in higher frequency operation. Although it is well known that switch node capacitance determines the circulating energy for ZVS, the capacitance-nonlinearity impact from each of the two primary-side switches and from the secondary synchronous rectifier has not been well understood.

## Design considerations for USB type-C power delivery

The presentation addresses the design consideration of USB Type-C power delivery. USB Type-C is the new trend of Industrial, automotive and personal electronics devices. In the training, audience will be able to learn more about USB Type-C power delivery (PD) requirement and understand architecture of USB Type-C PD, AC/DC power source.

## Introduce high power DC/DC conversion design: comparison of PSFB and FB-LLC

The “conventional wisdom” is that the Phase Shifted Full Bridge (PSFB) topology is the best choice for high power DC/DC converter applications. However, the “conventional wisdom” has been challenged by the users who are choosing the Full Bridge LLC (FB-LLC) topology for applications where we would normally suggest the PSFB topology. The speaker provides a clear comparison between the two typologies and tries to indicate which is best in a given application.

## Control of SMPS, A Refresher

Control theory is often thought to be difficult to understand and theoretical approaches usually have lots of Mathematics and talk about Loop Gain, complex frequency, H(s), G(s) and so on.

## 2018 South Asia Industrial Webinar Series

The topics will cover system design issue and solution for Building Automation, Power Delivery and Test & Measurement. TI experts introduce the latest technology and innovation system reference design. Discover ways to enhance the time-to-market and create safer and efficient industrial systems.

## 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.

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