TI Precision Designs
Three design levels from the desks of our analog experts.
TI Precision Designs is a library of complete board-and- system level circuits designed to help engineers quickly evaluate and customize their systems while expanding their analog knowledge base. Three levels of designs are offered - Reference, Verified and CerTIfied – providing a combination of theory, methodology, simulation, tested results, and design files from the desks of our analog experts.
TI’s precision experts offer decades of experience and first hand techniques in the development of each TI Precision Design, share insights on analog design techniques and application with the analog blogs, and offer customer support in the analog E2E forum.
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