Voltage supervisors increase the system reliability and robustness by ensuring that power rails are active only during stable power supply. This is achieved through functions such as: precise voltage monitoring, over-voltage protection, power failure indicator, processor monitoring, power sequencing, battery backup, and reset latching.
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Designing to the tight voltage tolerances of today’s modern central processing units and field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) is becoming more difficult as their current draw increases and becomes more dynamic. Getting the correct output capacitance mix to ensure first-time power-delivery success is no small feat with >100-A steps and slew rates in excess of 100 A/µs. Standard point-of-load design techniques no longer hold true; we need new methods to choose the output capacitance.
While the market requires better power performance, it also continuously demands more functionality from devices. The challenge many developers face today is maintaining or improving battery operating life while simultaneously increasing a device’s capabilities. For many devices, it is not feasible to increase battery size or capacity. Developers need to achieve higher performance within the same power footprint if battery life is not to be compromised.
In this section, the level shifter experts provide short lessons on the LSF family of voltage level translators from basic applications up through a technical analysis of device operation. This includes how to set up the bias circuitry and use the device for up translation and down translation, as well as multi-voltage and single supply voltage translation.
This is a series of five videos that explains how secure network connectivity and secure remote updates work from the perspective of the underlying security technologies:
When it comes to MOSFET datasheets, you have to know what you’re looking for. While certain parameters are obvious and explicit (BVDSS, RDS(ON), gate charge), others can be ambiguous at best (ID, SOA curves), while others can be downright useless at times (see: switching times).
TI's PGA460-Q1 is the industry’s most flexible ultrasonic sensor. It supports wide distance detection range at low power, enabling automotive park assist and industrial applications.
Ultrasonic sensing techniques have been popular in smart water meters because the technology avoids any moving parts which are prone to degrade over the lifetime of the product. The MSP430FR6047 microcontroller (MCU) family takes ultrasonic sensing solutions to next level of performance delivering <25ps of accuracy, detection of low flow rates <1 liter/hour and high precision of <5ps.
This training video will help to understand the UCC2152x's output configuration and grounding consideration when driving FETs and IGBTs with negative voltage bias. Three different implementation methods are introduced, pros and cons of each methods are illustrated.
The linear amplifier troubleshooting guide highlights various techniques to assist with application problem-solving, debugging and datasheet measurements on TI specific products. The hands-on courses aid in circuit analysis, isolate the root cause of an application non-conformance and provide detailed product level information to a TI representative. Industry experts present each topic in order to help reduce debugging time and move quickly through troubleshooting to production.
This is the FPD-Link online troubleshooting video series for the serializer/deserializer FPD-Link device technology.
The hands-on courses help to isolate the root cause of an application non-conformance occurrence and provide detailed product level information to a TI representative. Industry experts present each topic in order to help reduce debugging time and move quickly through troubleshooting to production. Each training highlights potential system/device level debug techniques to help the customer debug their systems/application.