TI temperature sensors are a basic building block of every electronic system, helping keep devices safe for users while operating at maximum performance.
The electronic designer’s toolbox is ever-growing. Finding the right tool for the job requires understanding the task at hand, knowing which tools exist and, finally, how to best use those tools.
TI is designing a comprehensive quality program based on GaN fundamentals and applicationrelevant testing to provide reliable GaN solutions.
In the rapidly growing Internet of Things (IoT), applications from personal electronics to industrial machines and sensors are getting wirelessly connected to the Internet.
While almost every power-supply engineer intimately knows and understands the lab setup for measuring efficiency, there are many important nuances that must be considered when measuring the efficiency of a device with ultralow quiescent current (IQ).
Wide input rails are common in many electronic systems including communications infrastructure, automotive, and industrial systems. Input voltages as high as 100V need to be converted to 24V/12V/5V or other lower voltages that can be used by electronic systems.
Macro-scale energy harvesting technologies in the form of windmills, watermills and passive solar power systems have been around for centuries.
ULP meets energy harvesting: A game-changing combination for design engineers.
As the groundbreaking capability to charge electronic devices without relying on cords continues to grow, a universal wireless power standard that defines common expectations and experiences becomes increasingly important.
Wireless power is beginning to show great potential in the consumer market. The ability to power an electronic device without the use of wires provides a convenient solution.