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If the flyback converter is your go-to circuit for multi-output isolated bias power supplies, you’re doing it wrong. Check out the #e2ePowerHouse blog to learn why a Fly-Buck converter should be at the top of your line-up: http://ow.ly/vyFth
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Some unlikely combinations just seem to work: Oreos and peanut butter, Dwight Schrute and Michael Scott and now Arduino and the Sitara-powered #BeagleBoneBlack! http://ow.ly/vz3R9
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TIer Leo Estevez spends his spare time on DIY projects and his latest creation was just fully funded by Kickstarter! A drone that takes commands by text message, the REKAM-DR1 will go into large-scale production soon. Read more about Leo’s drone here: http://ow.ly/vMvtp
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Our electronic point of sale/service reference design integrates all the popular POS features into one handheld product. If your systems need smart card reading, magnetic card reading, barcode scanning and more, check out our reference design here: http://ow.ly/u4E7F
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During the week, TIer Steve Moore is the manager of the Central Utilities Plant and site services in Dallas. On the weekends, he’s on the water as the owner of a marine towing and salvage company. Click on the link to read about this unique #OutOfOffice job: http://ow.ly/vO8ac #ThinkInnovate
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Functionality innovations in FCBGA packaging are addressing manufacturing and reliability concerns. TI explains how these enhancements are achieved in this Electronic Design News article: http://ow.ly/vLyld
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What noise simulation features make TINA-TI a great analysis and optimization tool?
• Output RMS noise plot over any noise bandwidth.
• Noise density plot- referred to either input or to the output.
• Noise gain frequency dependence is automatically factored in.
Learn more about the benefits of the TINA-TI simulation tool on the latest #e2eAnalogWire: http://ow.ly/vLvY0
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Mixing power with a radio frequency power amplifier can be risky in power electronics, and the concerns of EMI, radio sensitivity, heat dissipation, efficiency, etc. suggest that if you somehow manage to get a working system, you should stick with it and not change anything ever again. That’s not the case. This TI Design is tested and proven with test reports full of data to use a boost + bypass converter to power an RFPA on a working board with both the power supply and RFPA. http://ow.ly/vrA8d
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What’s the next step in video screen resolution? The higher bandwidth of 4k video.

Find out how Thunderbolt 2 opens doors to exciting 4k applications and other high bandwidth applications. http://ow.ly/vELgS
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The PCIe Reference Clock (RefClk) specifications are defined for 3 different architectures:
• Data Clocked
• Separate RefClk
• Common RefClk
Find out more about clock distribution and each architecture’s specific filter functions on #e2eAnalogWire: http://ow.ly/v8zUG
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