Simplifying Power Design for Embedded Systems
Designing a DC/DC power supply for embedded systems involves many tradeoffs that impact performance, stability and reliability. This webinar will review several common design challenges such as maximizing thermal performance with limited to no airflow, complying with EMI standards and ensuring overall system scalability when powering digital processors. Learn how Texas Instrument's SIMPLE SWITCHER ® products can help you overcome these design challenges quickly and easily, providing a complete ease of use experience.
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Who should attend?
Anyone designing a DC/DC power supply for an embedded system targeting the automotive, communication, industrial or medical markets.
- A basic understanding of power supply design tradeoffs that impact performance, stability and reliability
- An understanding of how to maximize thermal performance and comply with EMI standards to create a scalable solution for powering digital processors
- Knowledge of available development tools and design resources
Colleen Kilroy, Product Marketing Engineer, Texas Instruments
Colleen Megan Kilroy is a product marketing engineer for TI's SIMPLE SWITCHER® Power Management group. Colleen is responsible for promoting product introductions and brand awareness, focusing on the industrial market and distribution channel and sales training. Colleen received her BSEE from Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California. Colleen enjoys traveling, playing sports, cooking and watching funny movies.
Chris Cooper, Technology Marketing Director, Avnet Electronics Marketing
Chris Cooper is the Technology Director for Power at Avnet Electronics Marketing. Chris has extensive and in-depth knowledge of power products and design tools available from Texas Instruments. His technical expertise also extends to circuit board design with an emphasis on power design as a result of time spent working in the biomedical and telecommunications markets. Chris received a Bachelor of Engineering degree in electrical engineering from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada.