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2.7-V to 5.5-V, 12-bit, 3-MSPS Serial ADC: The ADS7883 is the smallest (SOT-23) 12-bit, 3-MSPS ADC on the market. The high level of the digital input to the device is not limited to device VDD, which means the digital input can go as high as 5.5V when device supply is 2.7V.
16-Channel, Constant-Current LED Driver with LED Open Detection: The TLC5928 is a 16-channel, constant current sink driver that allows each channel to be turned on/off by writing serial data to an internal register. The constant current value of all 16 channels is set by a single external resistor and has two error detection circuits.
TLC5928 Price (1ku): $0.6024-Channel, 12-Bit PWM LED Driver with Internal Oscillator: Each channel of the TLC5947 constant current sink driver has individually adjustable 4096-step gray-scale control function. PWM control is repeated automatically with programmed gray-scale data, writable via a serial interface port.
TLC5947 Price (1ku): $2.00
150-mA, LDO with Ultra-Low 500-nA IQ and Dual-Level Output Voltage: The TPS780270200 is a 150-mA LDO with an ultra-low 500-nA quiescent current and dynamic voltage scaling. The VSET pin allows the end user to switch between two voltage levels on-the-fly through a microprocessor-compatible input.
Digital Power Point-of-Load System Controller: The UCD9240 is a multi-rail, multi-phase synchronous buck digital PWM controller designed for non-isolated DC/DC power applications. It integrates dedicated circuitry for DC/DC loop management with flash memory and a serial interface to support configurability, monitoring and management.
Lowest Power Audio Codec for Portable Devices: The TLV320AIC3254 is a 1.8-V audio codec featuring PowerTune™ technology to optimize power consumption under any usage model. The device integrates miniDSP audio processing engines to make it easier to design advanced audio features. TI's PurePath™ Studio development toolset eases design complexity and speeds time to market.
Digital Audio SoC for Multi-Channel Applications: The TAS3218 is a highly integrated digital audio SoC designed for multi-channel applications. It contains a high-precision, high-MIP digital audio processor that is fully programmable with a graphical, drag-and-drop code development environment.
2.75-W, Fixed-Gain, Mono, Filter-Free Class-D Audio Power Amp: The TPA2035D1 is a 2.75-W, fully differential Class-D amplifier designed to drive a speaker with a minimum impedance of 4Ω and is able to automatically recover from over-current.
Full Bridge Motor Driver: Designed to control DC motors using pulse width modulation, the DRV8800 is capable of peak output currents up to ±2.8A and operating voltages up to 36V. The phase and enable control inputs allow for PWM control of direction, thus allowing for power savings.
CC2590 Price (100ku) $2.85
IEC Level 4 ESD-Protected, 0.75-Ω SPDT Analog Switch: The TS5A12301E is a single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) analog switch that operates from 2.25V to 5.5V and has a 1.8-V logic compatible input logic. It offers low ON-state resistance with excellent channel-to-channel ON-state resistance matching.
SD/SDIO Port Expander with Voltage Level Shifter: The TXS02612 is a six-channel, 1-to-2 MUX with integrated voltage translator optimized for multiplexing between two Secure Digital (SD), SDIO, or Multi-Media Cards (MMCs). The integrated level-translator eliminates I/O voltage mismatches between processor and peripherals.
New Applications System Block Diagrams:
Beagle Board Based on OMAP3530 processor: TI participates in a number of open-source industry initiatives and open-source projects that lead to products like the Beagle Board, a low-cost, fanless, single-board computer. The Beagle Board may inspire collaboration software for integration into form-factor and innovative human interfaces. Check out TI's open-source projects Web site.
Beagle Board based on OMAP3530 processor
TRAINING AND SEMINARS
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Technology Days 2008: Join TI for a day packed with technical design sessions and technology exhibits. The seminar is aimed at providing a learning forum where practical high-performance design solutions, tools, techniques, topologies and examples will be presented. Various dates and locations throughout North and South America.
COMPANY-AUTHORED ARTICLES IN THE MEDIA
“SCB (Part 06): Op amp input voltage offset,” Bill Klein. Planet Analog.com, January 2008.
“SCB (Part 07): Op Amp Performance Specifications--Bias Current,” Bill Klein. Planet Analog.com, February 2008.
“BAKER'S BEST: Delta Sigma ADCs in a Nutshell - Part 3: The Digital/Decimation Filter,” Bonnie Baker. EDN Online, February 2008.
“Power Supply Topologies for LED Lighting,” John Betten and Robert Kollman. Power Systems Design Online, March 2008.
“A SLIC charge pump,” John Betten. Power Management DesignLine.com, February 2008.
“Analysis & measurement of intrinsic noise in op amp circuits – Part 8: Popcorn Noise,” Art, Kay. Analog Zone.com, January 2008.
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