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TI wasn’t always in the semiconductor business. TI started out as a small oil and gas company in 1930, then focused on defense systems electronics in the late 1940s. With the invention of the integrated circuit in 1958, TI entered the semiconductor business, devising microprocessors in the 1970s and digital signal processors in the 1980s. Now they’re a global Fortune 500 technology company with more than 40,000 patents.
TI technology is at the heart of all things electronic. The company focuses on developing analog chips and embedded processors, which account for more than 80 percent of their revenue. After all, there isn’t an electronic device on the planet that doesn’t require an analog chip and most require an embedded processor. TI also produces TI DLP® technology and education technology products.
- DC/DC solutions
- Low dropout regulators
- Signal Chain Amplifiers
- Clock and Timing
- Data Converters
- Ultra-low power microcontrollers
- High-performance DSP and Arm® processors
- Wireless connectivity
- ELP Products
Did you know that TI fuels next-generation designs with an innovative and broad power portfolio with an emphasis on high efficiency, how power density, longer battery run- time, and highly integrated solutions? From the introduction of the first linear regulator to GaN drivers, TI’s worldwide research and design centers continuously drive power technology development.
TI’s complete power portfolio includes modules, GaN, PMICs, MOSFETs, LED drivers, gate drivers, system protection & monitoring, voltage references, supervisors, and more… Learn more!
Utilizing a 3.3V Input Supply
This application note uncovers several techniques to utilize an available 3.3-V rail when the internal circuitry of the DC/DC converter does not support 3.3-V operation.
Smallest Size, Best Thermal Performance
Unparalleled efficiency and a 36-mm2 solution size make the TPSM82822 the industry's smallest 5.5V, 2A power module AND give it the best thermal performance.
TI Space Products
Texas Instruments offers the most comprehensive selection of leading-edge radiation hardness assured (RHA) and QMLV products for space flight.
TI’s Space products include MIL-PRF-38535 QML Class V and RHA components. These devices are typically supported with Total Ionizing Dose (TID) and Single Event Effects (SEE) test reports to address potential product degradation in a space environment.
QML Class Q & High Temp Products
Ask us about TI ceramic, QML Class Q and high temperature (up to 210°C) ICs which offer the longevity needed in long-life systems in military and industrial applications, available from Texas Instruments with Team SPIRIT!
Powering a New Era of High-Performance Space-Grade Xilinx FPGAs
A recent technical white paper collaboratively published by TI, Xilinx and Alpha Data discusses the challenges of power as the primary design constraint in many advanced systems, as the migration to higher levels of performance and smaller form factors make designing within the same or even lower power budgets more challenging.
Xilinx 20-nm Kintex UltraScale™ XQRKU060 radiation-tolerant field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are powerful enough to enable entirely new system architectures. The XQRKU060’s ability to support in-flight reprogrammable systems gives satellite operators the ability to potentially reconfigure the basic functionality
of the satellite, which is not possible in today’s fixed-function implementations. Beyond adding a new level of flexibility, the XQRKU060 enables increased data throughput, which helps reduce the costs of transporting data. These new architectures are also capable of supporting artificial intelligence applications, enabling the satellite to locally process an image or radar data without the normal requirement of ground-based review, thus improving mission responsiveness and real-time processing.
Learn how you can configure the output voltage of the TPS7H4001-SP to the specific voltage indicated by XPE, along with the VCCINT_SENSE pin connection to obtain a robust and validated radiation-hardened power supply.