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This USB Power Delivery (PD) reference design is a TPD6S300A integrated chip set into a USB Type-C passthrough board. This design simulates the application where two Type-C ports with short protection circuit are connected and offers an easy way to manually short VBUS to the CC and SBU pins. To (...)
This reference design provides a high-performance stereo audio subsystem for use in PC applications. It operates off a single supply, ranging from 4.5 V to 16 V, and features the TAS2770, a digital-input Class-D audio amplifier that provides excellent noise and distortion performance and is (...)
The TIDA-00714 TI Design is a complete TPS65982 based reference design for USB Type-C and Power Delivery applications. It allows the user to develop various power profiles and alternate modes such as DisplayPort and debug existing USB Type-C and Power Delivery systems.
The Power DUO Sink 200W USB-C PD Reference Design is a complete USB PD Sink reference design that allows users to select their USB PD sink voltage.
The Power DUO Source 200 W USB-C PD Reference Design is a complete USB PD Source reference design that allows users to select their USB PD source voltage.
This display reference design is created for a wide array of ultra-mobile and ultra-portable display applications in consumer, wearables, industrial, medical, and Internet of Things (IoT) markets. The design includes the DLP2000 chipset comprising of DLP2000 .2 nHD DMD, DLPC2607 display controller (...)
The TIDA-01619 provides a three-phase brushless DC (BLDC) motor driver solution for systems that have operating range from 4.4 V to 18 V.
This design features the DRV10974 motor driver with the ability to add MCU for closed loop speed control. The DRV10974 offers sensorless commutation with no need (...)
This reference design uses Texas Instrument's SuperSpeed USB 3.0 to SATA bridge, USB Type-CTM and USB PD controller with integrated power switch and High-Speed USB mux, and SuperSpeed USB 3.1 mux to demonstrate the subsystems required to implement a Type-C external hard disk drive capable of (...)
The USB-C™ to DisplayPort Active Cable reference design is a framework that can enable DisplayPort video signaling over a USB-C connection. Traditionally, DisplayPort connectors are the only way to transfer DisplayPort video but this connector can be large and are not ideal for small (...)
This reference design is to show two distinct ways to protect the TMDS lines of a HDMI 2.0 drivers and retimers from electrostatic discharge (ESD). The HDMI standard is used in many applications from set-topboxes to notebooks to TV's. Since these ports are almost always external they are susceptible (...)
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