Reference Designs from Texas Instruments

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Integrated Power Supply Reference Design for Xilinx Artix®-7, Spartan®-7, and Zynq®-7000 FPGAs
This reference design is a scalable power supply designed to provide power to the Xilinx Artix-7, Spartan-7, and Zynq-7000 families of FPGA-based devices. The design receives power from a standard DC power supply and provides power to all rails of the Xilinx chipset and DDR memory through a
5V, Low-Power TEC Driver Reference Design
This reference design details a power management circuit that is capable of sourcing and sinking current for driving a thermoelectric cooler (TEC) to control the temperature of sensitive devices, like laser diodes or sensors. It supports a small solution based on the integrated TPS63070 buck-boost
Automotive Windshield Wiper Drive Reference Design
This reference design drives a two-speed front windshield wiper, one or two rear wipers, and the pump, which sprays the front and back windshields in an automobile. In addition to controlling the brushed motors for the wipers and pump, this design includes inputs for wiper parking signals as well as
Automotive Wireless External Mirror Control Reference Design
This automotive wireless external mirror control reference design showcases a proof-of-concept solution for an automotive power side view mirror that communicates wirelessly with a control switch. Using TI's automotive-qualified BLE + MCU CC2541-Q1 system-on-chip solution, this reference design
Automotive Brushed Motor Driver for Power Folding Side Mirrors
This TI Design features the DRV8801EVM and the DRV8872EVM. These evaluation modules (EVMs) enable an easy-to-use platform to demonstrate the capability and performance of the DRV8801 and DRV8872 motor drivers for power-folding side mirrors. This TI Design also intends to allow easy evaluation of the
Automotive Emergency Call (eCall) Audio Subsystem Reference Design
The efficiency and diagnostics necessary for automotive emergency call (eCall) systems generate unique requirements for the audio subsystem, such as speaker diagnostics, and low power consumption.  This TI Design shows how to use TI's automotive two-channel audio codec (TLV320AIC3104-Q1) and a
Noise-immune Capacitive Proximity Sensor System Reference Design
The FDC2214 proximity and capacitive sensing design demonstrates the use of TI's capacitive sensing technology to sense and detect the presence of various objects. The design is a complete hardware and firmware solution. The firmware  processes the data from one proximity sensor and two
Highly Integrated Buck Converter for MTK3360/70 Power in Automotive Applications Reference Design
The PMP4465 is a reference design solution for powering MTK3360/70 processors used in automotive video applications. The TPS54360-Q1 provides a wide input voltage range of 7V to 42V and provides a stable 5V output for TPS65262-Q1. The TPS65262-Q1 integrates three buck converters and dual adjustable
Proximity Sensing of up to 30CM Range with >15dB SNR and Robust Capacitive Touch Reference Design
Capacitive sensing based touch button implementation is commonly used, for the user interfaces in home appliances. Solutions based on low measurement resolution, suffer from achieving reliable operation and faster user response. The TI design TIDA-00474 hardware platform demonstrates the mitigation
Touch on Metal Buttons With Integrated Haptic Feedback Reference Design
This TI Design uses Texas Instruments' inductance-to-digital converter technology to provide a high-precision method to sense button presses on a metal surface and TI's Haptic Drivers provide high quality haptics feedback to the user. TIDA-00314 demonstrates techniques for system design