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Increasing system protection with MSDI devices

Increasing system protection with MSDI devices
  Two Multi-Switch Detection Interface (MSDI) devices that that consume up to 98% less system power than conventional discrete solutions, has been announced by Texas Instruments. The TIC12400 and TIC12400-Q1 are the first switch and sensor monitors that directly interface with resistor-coded switches. 
11th October 2017

The future of telematics: what lies ahead for the connected car

Watch the video below and learn about the future of telematics, the trends the market is seeing, typical subsystems and how TI can address them from a product and systems standpoint.
3rd October 2017

Putting STEM into motion with new robotic car for the classroom

Putting STEM into motion with new robotic car for the classroom
  Texas Instruments (TI) has announced the TI-Innovator Rover, the company's first robotics solution for middle and high school students that makes learning STEM subjects a moving experience. Students can write programs on their TI graphing calculators that get Rover's wheels turning and their minds learning in a fun, interactive and hands-on way.
14th September 2017


Automotive TFT LCD display reference design

Watch this video from Texas Instruments to learn more about the TDA2x SoC for Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) applications.  
30th August 2017

Sensor technology set to make waves

Sensor technology set to make waves
At a recent event in London, Texas Instruments (TI) unveiled a new sensor portfolio aimed at automotive radar, industrial and infrastructure applications, bringing what the company claims is a new level of precision sensing to the industry. Electronic Specifier attended the launch event where Greg Delagi, Senior Vice President, Embedded Processing and Sameer Wasson, General Manager, Processors, at Texas Instruments discussed the new offering.
5th June 2017

How to log sensor data in ADAS applications

How to log sensor data in ADAS applications
  The road to autonomous driving is built on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), and new applications focused on safer driving environments for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.
25th April 2017

Current controller features full digital control schemes

Current controller features full digital control schemes
  Texas Instruments has introduced the first fully integrated multiphase bidirectional DC/DC current controller, which efficiently transfers electric power greater than 500W per phase between dual 48 and 12V automotive battery systems.
22nd March 2017

TI join CharIN to develop Combined Charging System

A streamlined and standardised worldwide charging infrastructure is critical in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle market.
1st March 2017

Advances in next-gen camera module circuit design

Advances in next-gen camera module circuit design
The proliferation of cameras in automobiles to support Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles is driving the need for ever-smaller, low-cost cameras, as Dave Lewis, Technical Marketing Manager for FPD-Link ADAS SerDes, Texas Instruments, writes.
4th January 2017

Automotive processors enable safer driving experience

Extending its leadership in the automotive market, Texas Instruments (TI) has announced more than 150 million of its advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and digital cockpit Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) are on the road today, in more than 35 OEMs. Leveraging 35 years of automotive experience and billions of analogue and embedded processing solutions shipped to automotive manufacturers worldwide, TI created both the TDA and “Jacinto” families of processors to enable designers to deliver applications that are safer and more connected.
22nd December 2016

Solutions enable rapid development of ADAS

Texas Instruments is extending its Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle System-on-Chip (SoC) portfolio, with the availability of a development board and a rapidly growing ecosystem. RT-RK, an embedded services and product development company globally recognised for their digital signal processing software development, along with TI are announcing the availability of the RT-RK Alpha development board.
8th December 2016

Amplifier transforms automotive audio design

Amplifier transforms automotive audio design
The first 2.1-MHz Class-D audio amplifier specifically designed for automotive applications has been developed by Texas Instruments (TI). Supporting high-resolution 96kHz digital input, the compact TAS6424-Q1 enables high-fidelity audio with low distortion in automotive infotainment applications.
5th December 2016

Accelerating the driving experience

Accelerating the driving experience
Karl-Heinz Steinmetz, General Manager, Automotive Systems at Texas Instruments spoke to Electronic Specifier Editor Joe Bush at electronica about the company’s new whitepaper on ‘Driving the green revolution’.
16th November 2016

Single-chip 60V eFuse includes reverse polarity protection

Single-chip 60V eFuse includes reverse polarity protection
The first single-chip eFuse with back-to-back FETs, providing the industry's highest rating of protection at up to 60V has been introduced by Texas Instruments. Offering on-chip advanced features including reverse polarity protection and reverse current blocking.
14th November 2016

Deserialiser hub enables faster, flexible ADAS applications

Deserialiser hub enables faster, flexible ADAS applications
Texas Instruments' has introduced the industry’s first dual-port quad deserialiser hub that is compliant with the MIPI Camera Serial Interface 2 (CSI-2) specification. The new automotive-qualified hub simultaneously aggregates and replicates high-resolution data from up to four cameras.
21st October 2016

Single-chip solution protects automotive USB 2.0 interfaces

Single-chip solution protects automotive USB 2.0 interfaces
The TPD3S716-Q1, from Texas Instruments, is a single-chip solution for short-to-battery, short-circuit and ESD protection with an adjustable current-limit for the USB connector’s VBUS and data lines in automotive applications. The integrated data switches provide best-in-class bandwidth for minimal signal degradation while simultaneously providing 18V short-to-battery protection.
21st September 2016

Engineering industrial and automotive innovation at electronica 2016

Engineering industrial and automotive innovation at electronica 2016
At electronica 2016 in Munich, Germany, Texas Instruments will showcase innovation focused on the future of industrial automation and automotive technologies. Take a closer look at sensor communications with wired technologies like IO-Link and wireless technologies such as Bluetooth low energy, and explore how TI’s Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology significantly increases the efficiency in variable speed motor drives.
9th September 2016

Reference design adds WiFi to EV charging stations

Reference design adds WiFi to EV charging stations
The industry's first reference design that adds WiFi connectivity to an EV charging station has been unveiled by Texas Instruments. EV owners will now be able to remotely monitor and control the charging of their vehicles from just about anywhere with WiFi, presenting dozens of potential use cases from home automation to checking the availability of nearby public charge points.
31st August 2016

World's first 'Internet Car'

World's first 'Internet Car'
SAIC Motor (SAIC) and Alibaba Group (Alibaba) jointly announced the Roewe RX5, also known to be the first 'Internet Car' in the world at the 2016 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition (Auto China 2016). Recently, this Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV), featuring cutting-edge technology and smart operating system, leads a sales rush in Tmall automobile trading platform.
31st August 2016

Designing low-EMI power converters for automotive systems - Part 3

This video talks about input filter design and debugging EMI issues when designing low EMI power converters for automotive systems.
22nd August 2016


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