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Achieve higher density testing, lower test times and higher accuracy with our analog and embedded processing products and expertise
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Why choose TI for your test & measurement applications?
Design for the lowest noise
Achieve the highest SNR performance with our high-performance signal chain and low-noise power products and reference designs to accelerate your time to market.
Maximize channel density
Reduce the size of your signal chain and power solutions with our innovative package technology and products for design integration.
Achieve high precision & accuracy
Meet your performance needs and enhance your performance-to-cost ratio with the latest precision ADCs and amplifiers.
Engineering what's next in test and measurement
The growing demand for ICs is driving an increase in both test channel density as well as an increase in voltages and currents that VI instruments need to support. Our power amplifiers, switches, and power modules allow for reduced solution sizes, enabling an increase in test channel density.
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Featured products for test channel density
Minimizing noise is a common challenge for engineers designing a power supply for noise-sensitive systems for test and measurement applications, such as clocks, data converters or amplifiers. Although the term “noise” can mean different things to different people, we define noise as low-frequency thermal noise generated by resistors and transistors in the circuit.
You can identify noise through a spectral noise-density curve in microvolts per square-root hertz, and as integrated output noise in root-mean-square microvolts, typically over a specific range from 100 Hz to 100 kHz. We offer products and reference designs that help mitigate potential noise coupling that can affect the performance of devices in the signal chain.
What is a low noise inverting buck converter?
Designing a modern power supply for RF sampling converters
Low-noise and low-ripple techniques for a supply without an LDO PPT
Featured products for low-noise power
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Modular battery tester reference design for 50-A, 100-A, and 200-A applications
Digital control reference design for cost-optimized battery test systems
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