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Upcoming webinars

How to model space-grade power supplies with PSPICE and SIMPLIS

  • April 5, 2022
  • 10:00 a.m. CDT / 5:00 p.m. CEST

Designing power converters that include full-featured integrated controllers such as the radiation-hardened PWM controller (TPS8H6002-SP) requires detailed analysis to ensure the highest level of reliability.

This webinar will cover:

  • Using modelling software (PSPICE and SIMPLIS) as the first step to understanding how a system will react to required operating conditions.
  • The advantages of using our TPS7H5001-SP to improve power density in power supplies.

Speaker:

  • Daniel Hartung, applications engineer for Space Power, Texas Instruments

Model-based design for motor control applications

  • March 17, 2022
  • 3:00 p.m. CET (GMT+1) / 9:00 a.m. CT (GMT-6)

Microcontroller programming can be addressed in different ways. Due to the actual industry
market competition, the promotion and testing of new control ideas require reduced time-to-market, leading the way to the so-called rapid prototyping procedures. MathWorks® and Texas Instruments developed a model-based workflow linked with an automatic code generation tool able to translate Simulink® models into executable files for many MCU families.

In this webinar, gain basic insight on how to define a closed-loop control model targeting C2000™ LaunchPad family including implementation guidelines and hardware considerations for power
electronics-based applications. This will be shown by adopting specific hardware kits developed by Politecnico di Milano and Tampere University in collaboration with Texas Instruments, MathWorks and Wuerth Elektronik. The book entitled “Introduction to Microcontroller Programming for Power Electronics Control Applications: Coding with MATLAB and Simulink” is a result of this collaboration.

Speakers:

  • Mattia Rossi, Ph.D., Student in Electrical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano/Tampere University
  • John Kluza, Partner Programs, MathWorks
  • Angelo Strati, Field Application Engineer, Würth Elektronik

Recent webinars available on demand

The listing below includes our most recent webinars available on demand 24/7. If you are looking for another topic, please search our archives.

Learn how mmWave radar sensing can be used for non-contact measurement in patient and elderly care including for fall detection and vital signs monitoring.

Learn about functional safety within the industrial market and gain insights on functional safety development using an example signal chain application.

Learn more about the first DC/DC regulator with an integrated Active EMI filter and what it could bring to your next design.

Learn how EV charging has evolved since the introduction of electric vehicles, ranging from simple AC-charge systems to ultra-fast DC-chargers as well as a look into the future trends.

Learn how you can meet CISPR 32 radiated emission limits with digital isolators and isolated transceivers with integrated DC-DC converters. 

Learn how the TI Arm Clang compiler allows you to optimize code size and reduce compile times. With improvements over GCC, you have the opportunity to leverage additional features.