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Another way to manage thermals is through IC packaging. Smaller and smaller packages continue to be introduced as output currents trend upward. Learn more about the packaging technologies that aid heat dissipation under these challenging conditions and enable high power density.


Increasing efficiency

Another way to manage heat in your power supply is by choosing the right IC with the best efficiency


PSDS 2018

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).

PSDS 2018

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.

PSDS 2018

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.

PSDS 2018

Power Solutions for Class-D Audio Amplifiers

Today, the most popular medium and high power audio amplifiers employ a Class-D working scheme due to high efficiency and excellent linearity. Compared to traditional analog amplifiers, Class-D uses high frequency pulse width modulation, similar to a switch mode power supply. Even though Class-D amplifiers incorporate negative feedback on supply voltage, the reality is that the output impedance of the power supply has an impact on audio quality.

PSDS 2018

Common Mistakes in DC/DC Converters and How to Fix Them

If you want to learn from the mistakes of others, this session is for you. This practical presentation goes through a number of common mistakes in point-of-load DC/DC converter design and testing. With an engaging, interactive format, this session covers issues found in converter capabilities, component selection, control design, board layout and measurement techniques. The causes of the design mistakes and how to avoid them in future designs are explained. 

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PSDS 2018

Considerations for Measuring Loop Gain in Power Supplies

Loop gain measurements show how stable a power supply is and provide insight to improve output transient response. This four-part training video series discusses the theory of open-loop transfer functions and empirical loop gain measurement methods. It also demonstrates how to configure the frequency analyzer and prepare the power supply under test for accurate loop gain measurements. Examples are provided to illustrate proper loop gain measurement techniques.

Display Fundamentals

These introduction videos go over LCD and OLED components and explain how they work together in a system. These videos are appropriate for engineers of all experience levels, serving as basic training for new display design engineers or a memory refresh for more experience designers. 

LED Backlight Design Considerations

In this video series, learn about the key design considerations for an LCD backlight as it pertains to various applications. 

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Displays

In these training videos, get an understanding of high dynamic range (HDR) displays as compared to standard dynamic range displays. We will discuss architecture differences, as well as design strategies for HDR displays. 

IEEE 802.3bt Standard Introduction

Are you new to PoE? View the first video for a quick introduction to how our new PSE and PD portfolio can enable high-power applications. If you’re looking for a more technical deep dive on the evolution of PoE features, the second video gives insight into TI’s full suite of PSE and PD solutions along with related preliminary test results.

PSE Basics

See how things have changed for PSEs with the migration from .at to the new .bt standard. If you’re ready to start evaluating  whether our power sourcing equipment (PSE) controller is the right solution for your application, watch the below trainings to learn how to quickly configure or work with non-standard PD types.

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.

Topology Introduction

Just getting started with LED or need a refresher on what tradeoffs to anticipate with different topologies? The below video provides a quick and easy-to-understand overview of five topologies.

Dimming Algorithms

This segment of the LED drivers basics series provide an overview of the basic relationship between LED current and light output, as well as the benefits and limitations of analog and PWM dimming methodologies. These videos are appropriate for engineers of all experience levels, serving as basic training for new LED driver design engineers or a memory refresh for more experienced designers.

RGB LED Drivers

RGB LED drivers are becoming more popular choices for applications like audio and voice recognition systems, or Human-Machine Interfaces where LED color and patterns are critical elements of the user-interface. Each of the first five videos quickly explains critical concepts to RGB LEDs, while the last video discusses a unique RGB LED functionality from TI that enables the LED driver to operate autonomously from your MCU. 

Automotive LED Drivers

Reliability and efficiency are of the utmost importance in many automotive lighting systems. Get pointers on how to avoid or overcome common auto challenges in the follow videos.

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Getting Started

This section explains how to connect the EVMs and download, install, and launch the Fusion Digital Power Designer.
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Using the Fusion Digital Power Designer

The Fusion Digital Power Designer is packed with features. Explore below to learn how to use them all.
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