http://www.ti.com/lsds/ti/applications/automotive/overview.page TI, a leading supplier in automotive technology, offers innovations for cars of today and tomorrow. TI's vision of near-term and longer-term automotive technology is featured in this video. TI's automotive technologies give customers the ability to introduce many highly sophisticated features into today's automobiles including infotainment systems that keep drivers informed and passengers entertained, safety features that assist with parking and detect driver drowsiness and innovative communications technology. TI's automotive technologies transform cars into portable command centers for entertainment and information, with instant-on connectivity and adaptive safety technologies. TI automotive innovations drive sophisticated features that bring new levels of safety, body electronics, entertainment, power train enhancements and connectivity to today's automobiles. With more than 30 years of automotive experience, TI offers an extensive semiconductor portfolio and industry expertise which are the foundation for the continually evolving innovative solutions developed by manufacturers and systems suppliers. TI automotive innovations are helping automakers and suppliers to the automotive industry improve system efficiencies and reduce the environmental impact of automobiles.
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Learn how two engineers with the same major, from the same university were able to join TI and find their niche. One, an applications engineer in TI’s year-long rotation program, working with customers in the field and then solving technical issues in the business unit. And the other, a technical sales engineer combining his technical expertise with selling skills during an 8-month rotation program that took him from a field sales office to product marketing to sales operations.
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Are you up for the challenge of putting your technical mind to the ultimate test? Design engineers architect new TI products and make our customers' visions a reality. In this role, you will focus on transistor-level circuit design and developing silicon in ways that have never been done before.
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TI's Bob Hanrahan demonstrates how to measure noise when testing power supplies. For more videos on testing power supplies, check out: Overview: www.ti.com/testingpoweroverview Measuring efficiency: www.ti.com/measuringefficiency Measuring stability: www.ti.com/measuringstability
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TI celebrates accomplishments of the company's legendary design engineer Bob Pease, who died on June 18. During his 33-year career at TI, Bob received 21 patents and designed more than 20 integrated circuits. Some of his circuits reached Mt Everest and the moon and his knowledge and kindness touched a multitude of engineers. Bob Pease is a hero of the analog world.
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As our ultimate problem solver, applications engineers show TI's many capabilities. You will work in the field deciphering a customer's major design challenges or in the TI labs to tackle problems hands-on and deliver development tools to support our products.
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Learn the basic operation of a BLDC motor from Michael Firth, Motor Driver marketing manager.
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Systems engineers interact with bright minds around the globe on the next big thing. In this role, you will influence each step of the product lifecycle by working directly with business units and customers to define product roadmaps.
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Want to know what a product engineer does at TI? Watch TIer Danielle talk about her role in the Product Engineer rotation program, and how she gets to experien
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Delta-sigma converters are ideal for converting signals over a wide range of frequencies from DC to several megahertz with very high resolution results. In a delta-sigma ADC, the input signal is oversampled and then filtered by a digital/decimator filter.
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This is a brief overview of our automotive Camera/Radar fusion project. The surrounding environment is critical in ADAS and self-driving applications.
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TI introduces most affordable way to get started with DLP® Pico™ display technology. Tiny chipset and $99 EVM make it easier to design display applications. Discover more at http://ti.com/dlp99
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Bernd Geck created that 5-part-tutorial in order give customers and future customers valuable basic knowledge. The first video focus on the very basic principles of a buck power stage.
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Bernd Geck created that 5-part-tutorial in order give customers and future customers valuable basic knowledge. The second video focus on the very basic principles of a boost power stage.
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In this video, we’ve cascaded four AWR1243 mmWave radar FMCW transceivers at 77GHz RF frequency to demonstrate how TI’s sensors can enable developers to build high-accuracy systems in dense urban areas and highways.
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Denislav explains best practices for EMI and board layout with the SIMPLE SWITCHER synchronous regulators then takes you inside TI's 3 meter chamber to test the evaluation board.
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Want to know what an applications engineer does at TI? Watch TIer Luis talk about his role in the Applications Engineer rotation program
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Highly flexible TI DLP® technology helps innovators solve their light control challenges and bring impressive solutions to the market across a diverse range of display, industrial and automotive applications.
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Our Technical Sales Engineers are a unique hybrid: an engineer who has strong technical know-how with the brain of a business strategist. You will manage customer relationships and understand TI's broad product portfolio, ensuring TI technologies are in the next great innovations.
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Learn about the pull up resistors used with I2C Bus and the calculations involved to determine the correct value of those resistors. These calculations apply to
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The next generation of embedded Wi-Fi is here. Learn how to start developing with TI's SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi CC3200 microcontroller (MCU), the industry's first programmable Wi-Fi wireless MCU. This video will take you through provisioning, accessing the IoT sample demos from the on-chip web server and links to other projects and resources. Embedded Wi-Fi is now easier for anyone to connect more, anywhere and to anything. What will you connect? www.ti.com/simplelinkwifi
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We're much more than one of the world's leading semiconductor providers. We're a collection of dreamers, radicals, disruptive thinkers. We're more than 35 thousand employees in 35 countries around the world, unified by a single passion: Engineering change.
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Video explaining DLP technology, including how a digital micromirror device (DMD) works, and its capability for the developer to create products for applications such as 3D measurement, machine vision, 3D scanning, spectroscopy, chemical analysis, wavelength analysis, 3D printing, interactive display, intelligent lighting and more.
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Learn more about TI's standard logic products. http://www.ti.com/logic-circuit/overview.html Physical buttons and switches can produce multiple outputs from a single button press due to bouncing of the internal contacts. This video presents a simple solution to eliminate multiple triggers from this effect.
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View TI's entire portfolio of LIN transceivers at www.ti.com/LIN http://www.ti.com/LIN This video will discuss the coexistence of CAN and LIN in automotive networks before diving into details on LIN technology. The training will include an overview of the LIN physical layer and frame structure as well as the key features to consider when choosing a LIN transceiver. You will also learn about the conformance and EMC test reports that are available for LIN transceivers and the packaging options from TI. Check out TI's new LIN portfolio featuring the TLIN1029-Q1  for 12V applications, the TLIN2029-Q1  for 24V applications.  http://www.ti.com/product/tlin1029-q1  http://www.ti.com/product/tlin2029-q1
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Check out TI's mmWave radar portfolio http://www.ti.com/sensing-products/mmwave/overview.html Watch this demonstration of short range radar using TI’s 76-81GHz single-chip mmWave sensors.
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Learn how to limit the charging current of a supercapacitor. Texas Instruments (TI) applications engineer Amy Le walks you through the block diagram, provides sample calculations, and demonstrates how to precisely limit the output current of a switching regulator.
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Learn how to design protection circuits for analog input/output (I/O) modules. The video explains how attenuation and diversion can help you protect your system -- especially when used together.
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A tutorial of what 6LoWPAN is and how it connects to the internet
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In this Power Tip Robert Kollman discusses a mistake designers make often and that is putting too much ripple current into a capacitor that may shorten its lifetime.
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TI's Bob Hanrahan demonstrates how to measure efficiency when testing a power supply. For more videos on testing power supplies, check out: Overview: www.ti.com/testingpoweroverview Measuring noise: www.ti.com/measuringnoise Measuring stability: www.ti.com/measuringstability
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Visit the TI LDO homepage to learn more about the TI LDO Portfolio. http://ti.com/ldo This video will go over what an LDO is and discuss the importance of dropout voltage in an LDO. An application will demonstrate the importance of dropout voltage when designing as dropout voltage can affect the desired output of an LDO. The designer must keep the input voltage and dropout voltage in mind when using an LDO. Furthermore, PMOS and NMOS architectures used in LDO's will be covered as this has the most impact to the dropout voltage. The video will also show other variables such as pass element size, temperature, output current, temperature, and output accuracy that all can affect dropout voltage. Need Help? Visit the support and training tab from the LDO homepage. http://www.ti.com/power-management/linear-regulators-ldo/support-training.html Read the corresponding blog post, LDO Basics: dropout. https://e2e.ti.com/blogs_/b/powerhouse/archive/2017/03/16/ldo-basics-dropout
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In Power Tip 42 host, Robert Kollman talks about discretes can replace integrated MOSFET drivers
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Get started with TI's single-chip automotive mmWave radar sensors http://www.ti.com/sensing-products/mmwave/awr/overview.html This demonstration leverages TI’s short-range radar reference design to detect as many as 200 objects and track up to 24 of them at distances as high as 80-120m, traveling as high as 90kmph. Leverage the short-range radar reference design http://www.ti.com/tool/tidep-0092
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Quality engineers work on the latest semiconductor technology nodes. You will analyze processes in fabrication plants, conduct tests to determine why a particular product might have failed, and solve customer challenges when they arise.
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Did you know that many of the electronic products you or your family own probably have several ICs? And many of the ICs found in these electronics were made by Texas Instruments (TI). In fact, a TI engineer made the very first working IC – also called a chip or semiconductor – on September 12, 1958. His name was Jack Kilby. His little invention forever changed the face of technology and life as we know it. Watch the video to see how one young mind was inspired to become an engineer and forever changed the world.
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Learn more about the industry’s highest performing, high-power, monolithic Class-D amplifier family that enables Ultra-HD audio for applications from 35W to 600W output power. This family includes TPA3244, TPA3245, TPA3250, TPA3251 and TPA3255.
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