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Wearable devices require advanced power management to achieve long battery run times with always-on functionality. Additionally, the devices need to use small rechargeable batteries and enable small footprint designs. This application note shows the implementation of a scalable power (...)
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 new SimpleLink™ multi-standard SensorTag kit invites you to realize your Internet of Things (IoT) product idea. Including 10 low-power MEMS sensors in a tiny package, the kit is expandable with DevPacks to make it easy to add your own sensors or actuators.
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This reference design, featuring the DLP Pico™ 0.47-inch TRP Full-HD 1080p display chipset and implemented in the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 G2 evaluation module (EVM), enables use of full HD resolution for projection display applications such as accessory projectors, screenless displays (...)
The TIDA-03042 TI Design is a single-cell charger reference design for wearable applications which have a very limited design space. TIDA-03042 works with a host controller through I2C control, supports 5-V, 9-V, or 12-V input adaptors and can charge up to 1.5 A. The actual charger design only (...)
This reference design provides a platform to evaluate the RF430FRL152H NFC Sensor Interface Transponder. Directly out of the box, thermistor and photo transistor measurements can be communicated to an NFC enabled smart phone or other NFC/RFID Reader device. This reference design can be (...)
This TI Precision design details the design process for a preamplifier to be used with electret microphone capsules. It explains the basic construction and operation of an electret microphone and uses an OPA172 to amplify the output of the microphone to common analog line level voltages.
The Multi-Parameter Bio-signal Monitor (MPBSM) is a proof-of-concept Evaluation Module (EVM) that is capable of measuring three of the four primary vital signs. The MPBSM proof of concept can directly measure Electrocardiogram (ECG), Galvanic Skin Response (GSR), and skin temperature. The MPBSM (...)
Low cost audio output based upon timer generating PWM & external low-pass filter with amplifier stages for either headphone or speaker. Audio data is stored in an on-board SPI Flash. A PC GUI with launchpad passthrough code is provided to load SPI Flash with audio data.
This TI Design enables power savings for MSP430 FRAM devices or other systems that utilize a power-on hysteresis. The TIDA-01172 design uses an adjustable LDO and a RC time delay to switch from a higher start-up voltage to the final low-power operating voltage.