For nearly four decades, the Texas Instruments Power Supply Design Seminar has brought in-person training from power-supply experts directly to customers.
For each seminar, we carefully choose topics under guidelines set by Bob Mammano. Ultimately, each topic selected must be useful, educational and interesting. We take pride in the fact that the seminar is not a sales pitch, but truly an educational experience.
Our most recent 2016/2017 seminar was the 22nd edition (SEM2200), which wrapped up earlier this year after touring the United States, China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Korea and Europe. Personally, I am thankful to have been a part of the seminar tour, and to have had the opportunity to meet so many fellow engineers in the power-supply community.
If you missed the last seminar tour, it’s not too late; we are now preserving the experience for you online through a new training site, with all of the 2016/2017 seminar material in one place. With a myTI login, you can access videos of each presentation and downloadable versions of the papers and presentation material. Each video has been studio recorded and is around 40 minutes in length.
SEM2200 includes seven topics covering a variety of power-supply-related issues, written by expert engineers with practical experience dealing with those topics. They are:
I hope that you find the material from the seminar series truly useful, educational and interesting. Please share your questions and thoughts on the SEM2200 topics or the seminar in general by commenting on this post. Of course, as we are busy preparing for the next seminar series, we are very interested to hear what topics you would like to learn more about as well.
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