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05/06/2022 | 283Increase your robot’s performance and speed without compromising the time of response to a safety threat with TI mmWave radar technology. The webinar will be held on May 10, 2022.
02/04/2022 | 316Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the industry’s widest-bandwidth high-input-impedance (Hi-Z) buffer amplifier, capable of supporting frequency bandwidths as high as 3 GHz.
New MCU portfolio redefines microcontroller performance, enabling 10 times higher processing capability than existing devices
10/22/2021 | 455Texas Instruments (TI) introduced a new high-performance microcontroller (MCU) portfolio that advances real-time control, networking and analytics applications at the edge. With new Sitara AM2x MCUs, engineers can achieve 10 times the computing capability of traditional, flash-based MCUs. This high-performance portfolio closes the growing gap between today’s MCUs and processors, enabling designers to push the limits in applications such as factory automation, robotics, automotive systems and sustainable energy management.
New TI humidity sensors provide the highest reliability and built-in resistance to contaminants and harsh environments
10/05/2021 | 425Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the first devices in a new family of humidity sensors that provide the industry’s highest reliability and accuracy and the lowest power consumption – along with built-in protection of sensing elements. The HDC3020 and HDC3020-Q1 will allow engineers to create more reliable industrial and automotive systems that withstand potential damage caused by moisture, and react as needed to changing water vapor conditions over time.
TI bridges the high-speed and precision gap with new SAR ADC family, including the industry's fastest 18-bit ADC
09/17/2021 | 374Texas Instruments (TI) expanded its portfolio of high-speed data converters with a broad new family of successive-approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that enable high-precision data acquisition in industrial designs.
Industry's first DC/DC controllers with an integrated active EMI filter enable engineers to achieve the smallest low-EMI power designs
09/03/2021 | 455Texas Instruments (TI) introduced a new family of synchronous DC/DC buck controllers that enable engineers to shrink the size of the power-supply solution and lower its electromagnetic interference (EMI). Featuring an integrated active EMI filter (AEF) and dual-random spread-spectrum (DRSS) technology, the LM25149-Q1 and LM25149 enable engineers to cut the area of the external EMI filter in half, lower the conducted EMI of the power design by as much as 55 dBµV across multiple frequency bands, or achieve a combination of reduced filter size and low EMI.
Integrated Grade 0 BLDC motor driver shrinks 48-V motor-drive systems as much as 30% in mild hybrid electric vehicles
04/09/2021 | 577Texas Instruments (TI) introduced a highly integrated Grade 0 brushless DC (BLDC) motor driver for 48-V high-power motor control systems, such as traction inverters and starter generators in mild hybrid electric vehicles (MHEVs). The DRV3255-Q1 can help designers shrink their motor system size by as much as 30%, while providing the industry’s highest gate-drive current for increased protection and output power. Meeting the most stringent safety requirements, the new motor driver was designed according to TI’s TÜV SÜD-certified functional safety development process, helping enable up to Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) D.
TI revolutionizes EV battery management with the industry's best-performing wireless BMS solution, the first concept assessed for enabling ASIL D systems
02/19/2021 | 624Texas Instruments (TI) released a major advancement in electric vehicle (EV) battery management systems (BMS) – the industry’s highest-performing solution for wireless BMS, featuring the first independently assessed functional safety concept. Through an advanced wireless protocol with the industry’s best network availability, TI’s wireless BMS solution demonstrates how vehicle designers can remove heavy, expensive, maintenance-prone cabling and improve the reliability and efficiency of EVs worldwide.
TI introduces industry's first automotive GaN FET with integrated driver, protection and active power management
01/12/2021 | 595Texas Instruments (TI) expanded its high-voltage power management portfolio with the next generation of 650-V and 600-V gallium nitride (GaN) field-effect transistors (FETs) for automotive and industrial applications. With a fast-switching, 2.2-MHz integrated gate driver, the new families of GaN FETs help engineers deliver twice the power density, achieve 99% efficiency and reduce the size of power magnetics by 59% compared to existing solutions.
01/01/2021 | 583Texas Instruments (TI) introduced a new Ethernet physical layer (PHY) capable of transmitting 10-Mbps Ethernet signals up to 1.7 km through a single pair of twisted wires. This additional cable length helps designers extend the reach of industrial communications without increasing system weight or cabling costs.
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