November 29, 2018
This video walks through the steps of designing a front-end circuit for driving a differential input analog to digital converter, or ADC. It compares one solution using two op amps with another that uses a fully differential amplifier (FDA) in the areas of noise, stability, total harmonic distortion, and settling time.
Date: March 23, 2015
Date: January 8, 2021
3Input and output limitations (4)
This video series covers the theory behind op amp input and output swing limitations.
4Power and temperature (1)
This series discusses the relationship between power dissipation and temperature in op amps.
This video series discusses op amp noise.
This video series covers op amp stability and how to avoid unwanted oscillations.
11Electrostatic discharge (ESD) (1)
This series explains how ESD can damage semiconductor components and the internal protection circuitry in these devices.
12Electrical overstress (EOS) (4)
This series covers the causes of electrical overstress and introduces several methods that can be used to improve and test circuit robustness.
13Board level troubleshooting (1)
This video series gives recommendations for best practice application debugging techniques.
14Current-feedback amplifiers (3)
In this two-part series, you will learn the main advantages of current-feedback amplifiers.
15Fully differential amplifiers (5)
This series on fully differential amplifiers will teach you the benefits of differential signaling over the standard single-ended signals.
17Current loop transmitters (4)
Current loop transmitters
18PCB layout (2)
TI precision labs operational amplifiers pcb layout video series