Welcome to our APEC 2021 experience on TI.com.
- View the on-demand conference sessions where TI experts shared their knowledge in power design.
- Watch new demo videos on GaN, vehicle electrification, power delivery and communications infrastructure.
- Learn about the products we're featuring at the show.
- Brush up on your power design knowledge by watching on-demand power design training from recent TI seminars.
- There is still time to register for APEC to get access to the on-demand speaking sessions and the exhibition - it is live through July 31.
Conference sessions during APEC
Join TI experts for sessions during APEC on a variety of power design topics. Register today to get full access to the on-demand sessions.
APEC plenary session
Learn more from Stephanie Watts Butler, technology innovation architect for GaN systems and chair of JEDEC JC-70, who was invited to present a plenary at APEC 2021. In this session, the need for standardization of reliability, characterization and data sheet specification and how it will enable market growth is covered.
|Speaker(s)||Session title||Day and time||Session type and number|
|Stephanie Watts Butler||Maturing wide bandgap semiconductors fosters standardization (JEDEC JC-70 addresses unique characteristics and behaviors of WBG)||Watch on demand above or on APEC-conf.org||Plenary|
|Sandeep Bahl||Does a high level of integration make power converters more reliable or||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||RAP session|
|Wei Zhang||Isolated gate driver ICs in power electronics systems||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Professional education seminar, #S10|
|Desheng Guo||High-efficiency 4-kW single-phase CCM totem-pole PFC design||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS04.2|
|Orlando Murray, Terry Allinder||Active EMI filtering of automotive buck power supplies reduces input filter cost and size with improved performance||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS21.2|
|Katelyn Wiggenhorn, Tim Hegarty||Improving performance and reliability in EV/HEV systems using isolation||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS14.5|
|Christian Yots||Maximizing performance of space-grade DC-DC buck converters in multi-phase parallel operation||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS17.4|
|Sam Jaffe, Zach Imm||Minimizing EMI in automotive applications with integrated ceramic||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS21.3|
|Oliver Nachbaur||A low noise and low ripple buck converter with integrated ferrite bead filter compensation||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS17.3|
|Brent McDonald, Manish Bhardwaj, Pradeep Shenoy, Markus Zehendner||Design of a 6.6kW bidirectional on-board charger using GaN with integrated driver and monitoring||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS14.4|
|Pei-Hsin Liu||How to optimize efficiency of active clamp flyback topology for wide input and output voltage ranges||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS06.2|
|Brian King, Ulrich Goerke, Wei Zhang||Single-switch low-cost zero-voltage-switching (ZVS) flyback||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Industry session, #IS17.6|
|Yongbin Chu, Yogesh Ramadass||Common-mode EMI cancellation in full-bridge based isolated DC-DC converters||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Technical lecture, #T05.8|
|Fei Yang, Stephanie Watts Butler, Gangyao Wang||Package degradation impact on SiC MOSFETS: a comparison between Kelvin and non-Kelvin package designs||Watch on demand on APEC-conf.org||Technical dialogue, #D05.8|
Watch technical training sessions on demand
We have on-demand sessions available for you to watch now on a variety of power design topics. Click through different options below.
This technical training is on the latest trends in high-voltage power supply design ranging from the fundamentals of power factor correction (PFC) to designing multi-kW power supply systems and more.
Get access to on-demand sessions from last year's PSDS as well as archives for the past decade of this essential training content for power supply design.
This technical training was developed for design engineers working with power supply for battery-powered systems with additional resources and design tools to complete your training experience.
Reduce EMI filter size by 50%
The industry’s first DC/DC buck controller with an integrated active EMI filter reduces conducted emissions and power supply size in automotive, industrial, and communications applications.
Isolated power & signal with the lowest emissions
Meet CISPR 32 with our latest digital isolator with integrated DC-DC converter. With the lowest radiated emissions and lowest output ripple, the ISOW7741 offers high performance in a compact package.
Reduce onboard chargers by 50% with GaN FETs
Auto-qualified GaN with integrated driver reduce the size of EV onboard chargers and DC/DC converters by as much as 50% compared to existing Si or SiC solutions, offering an extended battery range.
Maximize power density and reliability with gallium nitride (GaN) power devices, for a wide range of applications from telecommunications, servers, motor drives, laptop adapters and on-board chargers for electric vehicles. Watch new demo videos on our GaN portfolio below and learn more about the benefits of GaN for automotive and power supply applications.
Higher-power modules for onboard chargers will use topologies such as totem-pole PFC to efficiently control GaN and SiC MOSFETs. Read this white paper to learn about these topologies.
Large-scale data centers, enterprise servers and telecom switching centers consume large amounts of power. Read how GaN FETs with integrated gate driver increase power density with fewer components.
Automakers are demanding increased battery capacity and faster charging capability to answer consumer demand. Read how GaN FETs are delivering high efficiency and increased power density to EVs.
Automotive: Vehicle electrification
From wireless battery management to integrated powertrain and onboard chargers, learn how we're solving the automotive power design problems of today and tomorrow. Watch demo videos below on vehicle electrification including integrated powertrain, 48-V mild hybrid vehicles and EMI filtering.
Advanced EV powertrain architectures maximize power density, increase efficiency, improve reliability and make EVs more affordable for more people. Read how we driving this integration forward.
Active EMI filtering technology attenuates EMI and enables engineers to achieve a reduction in passive filter size and cost with improved EMI performance. Read about the benefits for vehicles.
Mild hybrid electric vehicles (MHEVs) incorporates a 48-V motor-drive system connected to the transmission system of a vehicle. Read how to create a 48-V motor-driver design to power motor driving.
From higher power density and improved thermal performance to smaller power supply solution size and better isolation, see how we're solving tough power design challenges of today and tomorrow for a range of power delivery applications. Watch new demo videos on grid infrastructure, power supplies and more.
Modern power conversion systems increasing efficiency, power density and transient response requirements. Read about how to use TI technology to meet efficiency and power density needs.
As power levels in high-voltage systems continue to increase, designers need to transfer signals and power across the isolation barrier safely. Read how to accomplish this while meeting system needs.
Factories use a 24-VDC power network to distribute power from power supplies to power switches enabling the movement of relays, actuators and sensors. Read how high-side switches enable precision.
Communications infrastructure applications including GPS satellites, telecommunications equipment and others are sensitive to noise. Watch the demo below on how to improve performance in these noise-sensitive applications.
Minimizing noise is a common challenge for engineers designing a power supply for noise-sensitive systems. Read the benefits of a low-noise buck converter in noise-sensitive applications.
High speed analog to digital converters (ADCs) are notoriously sensitive to power supply noise. Read how to use a low-noise and low-ripple buck converter in these systems without an LDO.