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Winners Announced…Texas Instruments Fundamentals of Power Supply Design Book Giveaway

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Leon K, Jim C, Jose H, Roy S, Stephanie M, David C, Caden J, Daniel H, Brad R, and Rod B..

Overview

Texas Instruments is giving away 10 copies of Fundamentals of Power Supply Design book. Fundamentals of Power Supply Design draws upon decades of experience from Texas Instruments’ Power-Systems experts. It is written by Bob Mammano, a pioneer in the power supply industry and recognized as “the Father” of the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) controller. The book starts out with power supply basics such as voltage regulation and power component selection, and then addresses advanced topics such as magnetics design, minimizing EMI, and topology selection. The book is a readable resource that contains equations and theories but also chronicles the history of the power supply industry. Actual measurements are also used throughout to illustrate practical example circuits. This book will be your key reference guide whether you are a new or seasoned power engineer.


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    VitorLima August 01, 2017

    1. Articles/White Papers
    2. Overall power supply primer
    3. I am personal responsible for all power supply design of my company’s products. Right now using CC1310 device for IoT sub-G network with energy harvest and other features. We are still facing a few problems now our designs are so advanced and getting smaller each time.

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  • Quân Nguyễn 2 August 01, 2017

    1. E-Books
    2. Overall power supply primer
    3. Yes

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  • lkesteloot August 01, 2017

    1. Articles/White Papers (Online articles.)
    2. Overall power supply primer. (To build a bench power supply)
    3. No.

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