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Cities grow smarter through innovative semiconductor technologies

Cities grow smarter through innovative semiconductor technologies
It happens every minute, somewhere, somehow. An accident occurs on the freeway. Traffic backs up for long distances. Ambulances and police cars thread slowly through lines of stopped cars. Cars wait and drivers’ frustrations grow. But what if there were cameras on the street lights poles along the freeway, or drones hovering overhead, that could spot accidents the moment they happen and relay that information immediately to emergency services and traffic control centers? 
1st November 2018

Battery chargers for smart home applications

In this video, Texas Instruments will introduce battery chargers for smart home applications: the market trend, design considerations and deep dive into IP cameras, smart speakers and vacuum robots.
29th October 2018

The evolution and optimisation of wireless power transfer

The evolution and optimisation of wireless power transfer
Although Nikola Tesla pioneered the concept of wireless power transfer (WPT) and ushered in the wireless communication age, it was really the latest generation of smartphones that widely introduced the capability to charge a battery without a physical connection. A wide variety of industrial, medical, consumer and automotive applications are quickly applying this technology.
24th October 2018


Clock reference design for RADAR and 5G wireless testers

Clock reference design for RADAR and 5G wireless testers
  High speed multi-channel applications require low noise and scalable clocking solutions capable of precise channel-to-channel skew adjustment to achieve optimal system SNR, SFDR, and ENOB.
24th October 2018

Connect: why SimpleLink?

Join Nick and Adrian for a tour of the SimpleLink Platform, made by developers for developers with special considerations for IoT connected applications.
12th July 2018

Smart thermostat design with SimpleLink WiFi

Learn how to create a low power, connected MCU-based smart thermostat to link a variety of sensors securely to the cloud to enable remote monitoring and control.
27th April 2018

SimpleLink LaunchPad enables BLE concurrency

This video steps through the dual-mode manager example using the SimpleLink CC1352R LaunchPad which shows off Sub-1GHz + Bluetooth low energy concurrency.
2nd March 2018

What can you connect with the SimpleLink MCU platform?

The SimpleLink Platform now offers Zigbee and Thread to the broadest portfolio of wired and wireless Arm MCUs, supported by a single software foundation.
1st March 2018

TI and Amazon enable end-to-end connections to the cloud

TI and Amazon enable end-to-end connections to the cloud
Enabling developers to quickly and securely connect IoT endpoints to the cloud, Texas Instruments has announced the integration of the new Amazon FreeRTOS into the SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) platform. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has worked with TI in the development of an integrated hardware and software solution that enables developers to quickly establish a connection to AWS IoT service out-of-the-box and immediately begin system development.
30th November 2017

Merge the worlds of wired and wireless connectivity with sensors

Merge the worlds of wired and wireless connectivity with sensors
  Making it easier for developers to connect sensors from a gateway to the cloud, Texas Instruments has introduced Ethernet connectivity to the SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) platform, a single hardware, software and tool platform for wired and wireless MCUs.
28th November 2017

Capacitive touch thermostat with WiFi and Bluetooth demo

Watch a demo from Texas Instruments of a capacitive touch, IoT-enabled thermostat with Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) touch sensors on a QVGA display with Bluetooth and WiFi functionality.
12th October 2017

Dual-mode Bluetooth device for POS and medical devices

Dual-mode Bluetooth device for POS and medical devices
Flexible and robust with added security features, Texas Instruments' newest, dual-mode Bluetooth device has been introduced. The CC2564C with Bluetooth 4.2 is a suitable solution for Point Of Sale (POS), medical and wearable devices. The CC2564C updated design features the advanced Bluetooth LE secure connection pairing. This foundation enables pairing using the Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH) public key cryptography algorithm.
20th April 2017

Smoothing the path towards IoT and Industry 4.0

Smoothing the path towards IoT and Industry 4.0
  Easy-to-use hardware and software are the secret to successful IoT implementations, as Avner Goren, General Manager, Strategic Marketing, Embedded Processing, Texas Instruments (TI) explains here.
30th January 2017

Bluetooth low energy portfolio features more available memory

Bluetooth low energy portfolio features more available memory
Delivering more available memory, Bluetooth 5-ready hardware, automotive qualification and a small WCSP (Wafer-Chip-Scale Package) option, Texas Instruments has announced two devices in its scalable SimpleLink Bluetooth low energy wireless MCU family.
20th January 2017

Simplifying power management

Simplifying power management
Nick Lethaby, IoT Ecosystem and TI-RTOS Product Manager, Texas Instruments (TI), discusses the challenge of achieving energy efficiency and power management in future applications for IoT nodes.
4th November 2016

Wireless connectivity modules designed for Industry 4.0

Wireless connectivity modules designed for Industry 4.0
Wireless connectivity modules have become increasingly popular with Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things (IoT) developers because advanced integration helps lower development costs, eases burden on RF design, reduces time to market and simplifies procurement and certification. Texas Instruments (TI) has announced an expansion of its wireless connectivity module portfolio.
25th October 2016

Wireless power 101: Introduction

Wireless power is pretty simple. It’s a transformer with an air core. But then we begin the fun part. Let's walk through a tool we’ve developed to help you come up to speed quickly.
20th September 2016

Ultra-low power dual-band wireless MCU

Ultra-low power dual-band wireless MCU
  A low power dual-band wireless microcontroller (MCU) from Texas Instrument (TI), supporting Sub-1GHz and Bluetooth low energy connectivity on a single chip, has gone into mass production.
15th September 2016

Communication topology in the smart grid

Communication topology in the smart grid
Texas Instruments explain its G3/PRIME data concentrator options for use in smart grid applications. Today’s Automatic Meter Reading (AMR)/Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) systems using power line communication (PLC) technology are network-based. 
5th August 2016

TI 15.4-Stack software development kit overview

Sub-1GHz design just got easier with the new TI 15.4-Stack Software development kit. The software provides you the basic building blocks for developing IoT applications that require extremely low power, long range and robust wireless networks.
5th August 2016


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