Webinar: Overcome the challenges of powering FPGAs in space applications
As FPGAs are continually upgrading their performance, so too is the need for their power consumption. As a result, designers are requiring systems with increased power density that have a level of reliability needed for the harsh environment in space. This webinar covered:
- The advantages of using TI’s radiation hardened and space enhanced plastic power components over up-screened commercial or automotive alternatives
- Designing with buck converters to create higher power density systems for the increasing core power needs of FPGAs
- Different methods to implement current sharing for LDOs to improve load regulation and accuracy on sensitive analog rails .
- TI power solutions (2:00 - 9:20 min)
- Designing with buck converters for core power rails (9:20 - 16:34 min)
- Current sharing for LDOs (16-34 - 22:30 min)
- Q&A (22:30 - 31:00 min) .
- Christian Yots, Applications Engineer for Space Power, Texas Instruments
Christian is a senior applications engineer at Texas Instruments in the space power team, focusing on space grade DC‐DC switching converters. His 28-year career at TI includes roles as IC process, product, test, characterization, systems, design, and applications engineer developing ICs for a variety of end-equipments.
- Daniel Hartung, Applications Engineer for Space Power, Texas Instruments
Daniel Hartung graduated Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Degree in Mathemathics. Currently, Daniel is an applications engineer for space power at Texas Instruments. He supports customers with intimate knowledge of a variety of different power converters in space rated applications. .