Welcome to our Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) 2022 experience.
Whether you’re attending the show in Houston or following it virtually, we can help you overcome some of your most critical power-management design challenges, such as increasing power density; reducing electromagnetic interference (EMI), noise and quiescent current (IQ); and extending reliability. Watch demo videos on solutions to help power your next design and learn more about the products and content that we're featuring at the show.
If you’re attending in person, we invite you to:
- Join industry and technical sessions hosted by our power experts on trending topics such as gallium nitride (GaN) and isolation.
- Visit us in booth No. 514. There, we’ll demonstrate system-level solutions that are pushing power further and have experts available to chat about how we can help you innovate your power designs – from speeding EV charging to engineering a smarter grid.
Speaking sessions during APEC
Join TI experts for sessions during APEC to learn how to solve your most pressing power design challenges. Register for APEC today to get access to the sessions during the show. Check back after APEC to access our on-demand recordings of the industry sessions.
|Session title||Presenter(s)||Day and time (US Central Time)||Session type and number|
|Designing a step-down converter with a space grade controller||Daniel Hartung||Tuesday, March 22 at 8:30 a.m.||Industry Session, IS04.1|
|High-voltage 800-W SEPIC converter reference design for server battery backup charging||Elisabetta Mahmutovic, Aidan S. Davidson||Tuesday, March 22 at 11:30 a.m.||Industry Session, IS04.7|
|Magnetics in IC vs. magnetics in PCB||Indumini Ranmuthu (chair)||Tuesday, March 22 at 5:00 p.m.||RAP Session 3|
|Switch capacitor vs. inductor based topologies||Roger Chen (panelist)||Tuesday, March 22 at 5:00 p.m.||RAP Session 1|
|Gate drivers’ peak current: Methodologies to accurately measure gate drivers’ peak current in a DC/DC converter||Mamadou Diallo, Wei Zhang||Wednesday, March 23 at 9:45 a.m.||Industry Session, IS08.4|
|Traction inverters enabled by advanced protection and diagnostic features of isolated gate drivers||Yongbin Chu, Audrey Dearien||Wednesday, March 23 at 10:55 a.m.||Industry Session, IS08.6|
|Feature integration in GaN FETs leads to compact and intelligent system designs||Fei Yang and Nathan Schemm||Wednesday, March 23 at 11:05 a.m.||Industry Session, IS07.6|
|High-density, low-EMI isolated bias supplies for isolated gate drivers||Bing Lu||Wednesday, March 23 at 3:20 p.m.||Industry Session, IS14.3|
|Gate driver considerations for EV charging stations||Aaron Grgurich, Alex Mazany||Wednesday, March 23 at 3:45 p.m.||Industry Session, IS14.4|
|Extended Power Range (EPR) USB Power Delivery||Deric Waters||Wednesday, March 23 at 4:20 p.m.||Industry Session, IS14.5|
|The benefits of 650-V GaN FETs for 800-V power converters||Ramanan Natarajan||Thursday, March 24 at 9:20 a.m.||Industry Session, IS16.3|
|Random spread spectrum scheme targeting two resolution band widths||Eric Lee, Paul Curtis, David Baba||Thursday, March 24 at 10:35 a.m.||Industry Session, IS20.5|
|Extending active EMI filtering for higher frequencies and higher power||Orlando Murray||Thursday, March 24 at 11:00 a.m.||Industry Session, IS20.6|
|A fast non-iterative design approach of one-turn inductor with significant AC flux using commercially available components||Roger Chen||Thursday, March 24 at 11:30 a.m.||Technical Dialogue, D02.3|
|Transient voltage specification and reliability for GaN power devices||Sandeep Bahl||Thursday, March 24 at 1:45 p.m.||Industry Session, IS21.1|
|High frequency transformer design: Bridging between magnetics and circuits||Dongbin Hou, Yuki Sato, Sombuddha Chakraborty, Kenji Kawano||Thursday, March 24 at 2:10 p.m.||Industry Session, IS25.2|
Watch technical training sessions on demand
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This technical training was developed for design engineers working with power supplies for battery-powered systems with additional resources and design tools to complete your training experience.
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Integrated caps for lower DC/DC EMI, smaller size
Simplify EMI design with the industry’s smallest 36-V, 3-A buck converter, LMQ66430. A unique approach to integrating CIN and CBOOT capacitors not only reduces size and emissions, but contributes to a BOM cost >50% lower than the competition.
Reduce inherent and system-level noise
Achieve new levels of precision with the industry’s lowest noise, high-PSRR 1-A low dropout (LDO) regulator. At .46mVRMS, the TPS7A94 achieves a more than 42% noise reduction than competitive options.
Power next-generation EV systems
Improve efficiency and reliability in electric vehicles with the smallest, lightest and most accurate isolated DC/DC bias supply module. The UCC14240-Q1, dual-output power module offers 60% efficiency in and IC-sized package.
Explore how to achieve more power in smaller spaces and enhance system functionality at reduced system costs. Check out the demo videos and content below related to increasing power density.
Learn about the challenges associated with increasing power density and the technology that can help you overcome these barriers.
Explore how you can lower system costs and quickly meet EMI standards by reducing emissions. Watch the demo videos and read the content below on how we can help you lower EMI.
Learn about EMI in switch-mode power supplies and technology examples to help you quickly and easily pass industry-standard EMI tests.
Discover how you can increase safety with the highest working-voltage and reliability. Check out the demo videos and content below on how we can help with your isolation design challenges.
Learn about various isolated DC/DC bias power supplies to move signals and power across the isolation barrier.
Explore how you can extend battery and shelf life without compromising system performance. Watch the demo videos and read the content below on our low-IQ products and technologies.
Learn about the need to reduce quiescent current (IQ) and how to overcome its design challenges.
Read about IQ, how it is measured, what IQ is not and how it should not be used, plus design considerations on how to use IQ while avoiding common measurement errors.
Low noise and precision
Explore how you can enhance power and signal integrity to improve system-level protection and accuracy. Check out the demo videos and content below on our low noise and precision technologies.
Learn about what makes up the output ripple on a buck DC/DC regulator and how to reduce the effects on your design.
Read about the difference between noise and power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) of an LDO, the different ways noise is specified in datasheets, which specification to use and how to reduce noise.