Following the techniques in this article, a converter design’s thermal performance can be estimated before building the first prototype board. This will enable fasterto- market project builds and avoid thermal issues down the road. In designs where thermal performance is an issue, the techniques outlined in this article can be used to further improve thermal performance and finish the PCB
As the field sensor housing gets smaller, the constraint on PCB size becomes more of a challenge for board designers to provide power to the sensors. In this case, the LMR36506 is an option for meeting this challenge.
Read TI's new technical article to learn how we're resolving the complexities of larger screen sizes in automotive applications.
This paper examines the benefits of combining USB Type-C PD and buck-boost charging for portable electronic designs
Engineers designing power supplies are constantly working to solve design challenges that come with the ever-changing landscape of power management. Learn about the top power trends and products to help you in your next design.
This paper examines the limitations to increasing power density and provides technology examples that can help designers overcome these barriers
Quiescent current can be one of the most confusing specifications of a DC/DC converter, especially if you’re not familiar with the detailed operation of a switching regulator. Because manufacturers use different terminology and definitions, you will often see “quiescent current,” “IQ” or “input supply current” used interchangeably.
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