Category: Automotive

1-PWM Mode

This video is an overview of the new 1-PWM Mode for the DRV8305 Brushless DC Motor Driver

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A more connected and convenient vehicle

Our advancements in body electronics, infotainment and telematics technologies have made vehicles more connected and convenient than ever before. Here’s how.

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ADAS Offerings in EvoCar

Learn about TI's ADAS features in the EvoCar to see what will could be in the next car you buy.

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Analog Power and Signal Chain in Automotive Body Motor EEs

Learn more about the end equipments power and signal chain components are part of in automotive body motors.

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Analog Power and Signal Chain in Automotive Body Motor EEs - Power Seats

Learn more about the power and signal chain components needed for an automotive body motor in the power seat of a vehicle.

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Analog Power and Signal Chain in Automotive Body Motor EEs - Windshield Wipers

Learn more about the power and signal chain components needed in the automotive motor of a vehicle's windshield wiper.

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Android “Quick-start” Infotainment Experience with Jacinto™ DRA7xx Infotainment Processors

Android solution for the DRA7x family of SoCs that allow parallelization of a diverse set of processing tasks that are required for infotainment systems.

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Applications for Isolated Gate Drivers

This section of the TI Precision Labs - Isolation series explores three-phase power factor correction, solar string inverter, motor drive, and traction inverter applications for isolated gate drivers. The common themes across all applications become clear: isolation is critical in applications where there is user-accessible circuitry, or for applications where the working voltages of the system…

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Architecting the DC-DC stage for automotive transients

This section presents the different ways of architecting the dc-dc stage for automotive frond end. Two stage approaches such as pre-boost + buck, buck + post-boost, as well as single stage approach using a buck-boost converter are presented. The advantages and limitation of these approaches are compared.

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Automotive C2000™ MCU motor control platform for BLDC motors

Learn how to use a high-efficiency small package DC/DC converter with an external noise reduction filter with this reference design. This demo demonstrates the use of DC/DC solution for high

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Automotive Controller Area Network (CAN) Overview and Training

This training video provides an overview of the Controller Area Network (CAN)  standard in automotive applications. We will go into depth about CAN applications, signaling and protocol. Learn more about CAN bus and view the entire CAN portfolio. 

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Automotive Controller Area Network (CAN) Overview and Training

This training video provides an overview of the Controller Area Network (CAN)  standard in automotive applications. We will go into depth about CAN applications, signaling and protocol. Learn more about CAN bus and view the entire CAN portfolio. 

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Automotive Current Monitoring Using High Speed Amplifiers

This video provides an overview of current shunt monitoring for automotive applications using the OPA365-Q1 high speed amplifier, the TLV314-Q1 op amp, LMV393-Q1 comparator and the TMS320F28052 microcontroller.  An overview of TI's reference design, or TI Design, for an automotive EV/HEV HVAC compressor is also provided in this video. 

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Automotive Daytime Running Light Dual String LED Driver Reference Design Overview

Learn more about how this design is a dual string LED driver which implements an operational amplifier based circuit which balances the current in 2 LED rings.

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Automotive EMC Standards and Best Practices

The EMI certification procedures and tests for the Automotive market can be complicated and difficult to understand at first glance. This video and presentation goes into the detail of the tests for the major North American and German car manufacturers, and ways to help pass each of them with high-level advice. RF emissions (Conducted and Radiated), as well as RF immunity are described, while also…

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Automotive EMI Reduction Techniques, Applications, and Solutions

Because of the potential havoc that interference can wreak in radio and safety critical systems, automotive electronics are subject to the most stringent EMI standards. In this training, we discuss EMI reduction techniques for increasingly demanding automotive systems like ADAS, cameras, and infotainment.In this training, you will learn:New automotive application trendsEMI noise sources and near…

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Automotive Interface Overview (CAN/LIN)

Automotive interface overview of CAN and LIN

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Automotive Media Interface Systems Training

The personal electronics industry is the driving force behind what features consumers want to see in their vehicles. Automakers are left designing for these personal electronics but must cater to specific automotive needs. Additionally, automakers must keep up with new technology trends including Type-CTM, USB legacy, USB On-the-GoTM and the challenges these present in the automotive system. This…

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Automotive Multi-Switch Detection Interface (MSDI) reference design

The automotive multi-switch detection interface (MSDI) reference design was created as a BoosterPack for the MSP430G2 LaunchPad and, for the purposes of this demonstration, is interfaced with an I2C LCD screen to give real time user feedback of the status of the inputs.  The video shows example implementations of how to handle a wide variety of inputs including analog inputs,…

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Automotive Multi-Switch Detection Interface (MSDI) reference design

The automotive multi-switch detection interface (MSDI) reference design was created as a BoosterPack for the MSP430G2 LaunchPad and, for the purposes of this demonstration, is interfaced with an I2C LCD screen to give real time user feedback of the status of the inputs.  The video shows example implementations of how to handle a wide variety of inputs including analog inputs,…

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