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How to enable thermal safety for automotive infotainment systems

This video was created to show how automotive infotainment and cluster systems are facing different thermal challenges that can be solved with TI temperature sensors in order to achieve systems thermal safety. 
4th November 2019

Adding CAN nodes in Bluetooth Low Energy PEPS systems

Adding CAN nodes in Bluetooth Low Energy PEPS systems
In a passive-entry-passive-start (PEPS) automotive system using Bluetooth Low Energy technology, drivers enter their car and start the electric motor (or engine, in the case of an internal combustion engine) using a key fob that communicates with the car’s access systems, instead of a key.
28th October 2019

Reference design for automotive camera PMIC power supply

Reference design for automotive camera PMIC power supply
This Texas Instruments design incorporates a power over coax (POC) filter network, mid-vin synchronous step-down DC/DC converter, and low-Vin power management IC (PMIC) to demonstrate a typical automotive camera power solution within an 18x18mm footprint.
28th October 2019


Automotive isolated CAN and power front end reference design

Automotive isolated CAN and power front end reference design
This reference design from Texas Instruments demonstrates reinforced isolated CAN communication, which is widely used in automotive environments, in a small footprint. In hybrid and electric vehicles (HEV/EVs), a complete high-voltage network is floating with respect to the chassis ground.
28th October 2019

Automotive low IQ boost controller maintains output voltage

Automotive low IQ boost controller maintains output voltage
The LM5150-Q1 device from Texas Instruments is a wide input range automatic boost controller. The device is suitable for use as a pre-boost converter which maintains the output voltage from a vehicle battery during automotive cranking or from a back-up battery during the loss of vehicle battery.
28th October 2019

Solution for automotive single-channel LED driver

Solution for automotive single-channel LED driver
With LEDs being widely used in automotive applications, simple LED drivers are more and more popular. Compared to discrete solutions, a low-cost monolithic solution lowers system-level component counts and significantly improves current accuracy and reliability.
28th October 2019

Scalable automotive lithium ion cell supervision demonstrator

Scalable automotive lithium ion cell supervision demonstrator
This reference design is a small-sized cell supervision demonstrator design for a centralised battery management system (BMS). Its configurable capacitive isolation daisy chain solution enables monitoring and protecting cells ranging from six-series to 96-series, which allows its use in BMS systems ranging from 24 to 400V.
28th October 2019

Bidirectional DC/DC converter reference design for automotive systems

Bidirectional DC/DC converter reference design for automotive systems
The TIDA-01168 reference design from Texas Instruments is a four-phase, bidirectional DC-DC converter development platform for 12-V/48-V automotive systems. The system uses two LM5170-Q1 current controllers and a TMS320F28027F microcontroller (MCU) for the power stage control.
28th October 2019

Dual DSI to FPD-Link III bridge serialiser for infotainment

Dual DSI to FPD-Link III bridge serialiser for infotainment
The DS90UB941AS-Q1 from Texas Instruments is a dual DSI to FPD-Link III bridge serialiser designed for automotive infotainment applications. In response to the rise in number and variance of displays in infotainment systems, the DS90UB941AS-Q1 can support symmetric and asymmetric splitting.
28th October 2019

Automotive low-power, zero-drift, precision instrumentation amplifier

Automotive low-power, zero-drift, precision instrumentation amplifier
The INA333-Q1 from Texas Instruments is a low-power, precision instrumentation amplifier offering excellent accuracy. The versatile three-operational-amplifier design, small size, and low power make this device an excellent choice for a wide range of automotive applications that use resistive bridge sensors.
28th October 2019

Two-channel operational amplifier for cost-optimised systems

Two-channel operational amplifier for cost-optimised systems
The TLV900x-Q1 family from Texas Instruments includes dual (TLV9002-Q1) and quad-channel (TLV9004-Q1) low-voltage (1.8 to 5.5V) operational amplifiers (op amps) with rail-to-rail input and output swing capabilities. These op amps provide a cost-effective solution for space-constrained automotive applications such as infotainment and lighting where low-voltage operation and high capacitive-load drive are required. 
28th October 2019

Low noise CMOS operational amplifier for cost-sensitive systems

Low noise CMOS operational amplifier for cost-sensitive systems
The TLV9062-Q1 (dual), and TLV9064-Q1 (quad) from Texas Instruments are dual-, and quad- low-voltage (1.8 V to 5.5 V) operational amplifiers (op amps) with rail-to-rail input- and output-swing capabilities. These devices are cost-effective solutions for automotive applications where low-voltage operation, a small footprint, and high capacitive load drive are required. 
25th October 2019

Industry-standard dual operational amplifiers for automotive

Industry-standard dual operational amplifiers for automotive
The LM2904-Q1 and LM2904B-Q1 from Texas Instruments are industry-standard operational amplifiers that have been qualified for automotive use in accordance to the AEC-Q100 specifications. The LM2904B-Q1 is the next-generation version of the LM2904-Q1, which include two high-voltage (36-V) operational amplifiers (op amps). 
25th October 2019

Automotive audio amplifier in class AB form-factor reference design

Automotive audio amplifier in class AB form-factor reference design
The TIDA-00743 reference design from Texas Instruments is a small module designed for evaluation of a digital-input class-D audio amplifier in a system which has been designed for a typical class AB audio power amplifier module. This design demonstrates the reduction in power dissipation that a class D amplifier provides. 
25th October 2019

Automotive low power precision audio operational amplifier

Automotive low power precision audio operational amplifier
The OPA1612-Q1 device from Texas Instruments is a dual, SoundPlus, bipolar-input operational amplifier that achieves achieve very low 1.1nV/√Hz noise density with an ultralow distortion of 0.000015% at 1kHz. The OPA1612-Q1 device offers rail-to-rail output swing to within 600mV with a 2kΩ load, which increases headroom and maximises dynamic range. 
25th October 2019

Digital input four-channel automotive Class-D audio amplifier

Digital input four-channel automotive Class-D audio amplifier
The TAS6424-Q1 device from Texas Instruments is a four-channel digital-input Class-D audio amplifier that implements a 2.1MHz PWM switching frequency that enables a cost-optimised solution in a very small PCB size, full operation down to 4.5V for start/stop events, and exceptional sound quality with up to 40kHz audio bandwidth.
25th October 2019

Mono digital and analogue input automotive Class-D speaker amplifier

Mono digital and analogue input automotive Class-D speaker amplifier
The TAS2505-Q1 from Texas Instruments is a mono Class-D speaker amp that supports both Digital and Analog inputs. The device is ideal for automotive instrument cluster, emergency call (eCall), and telematics applications. Direct I2S input removes the need for an external DAC in the audio signal path, and the integrated LDO enables single supply operation.
25th October 2019

Automated parking made possible with mmWave radar

Automated parking made possible with mmWave radar
Major automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are developing vehicles with ever-increasing autonomy from human operators. The transition from Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Level 1 driver assistance platforms to Level 2 partial automation for parking and lane assistance will start to appear this year.
25th October 2019

Evolving automotive gateways for next generation vehicles

Evolving automotive gateways for next generation vehicles
Automotive architectures are rapidly evolving with a trend towards semi-autonomous and eventually fully-autonomous vehicles. Automotive manufacturers are also including a variety of features such as smart access, car sharing, predictive maintenance, vehicle tracking, fleet management and over-the-air (OTA) updates to enhance connectivity and in-vehicle communication.
25th October 2019

Dual-stage matrix compatible automotive headlight reference design

Dual-stage matrix compatible automotive headlight reference design
This reference design from Texas Instruments details a headlight ECU using an interleaved boost in voltage regulation mode feeding four synchronous buck channels. This design is also capable of matrix headlight control and is mounted to a heatsink and enclosure to emulate an automotive headlight ECU.
24th October 2019


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