I have run into some issues in finding the documentation for ti.com/processorpower.
Many of these application notes say reference design, but there doesn't appear to be any references to example schematics.I think I may need a little help in learning how to navigate the documentation for board layout questions for TI's processors.
Where is the best place to look for example schematics?
Example Below:We are looking for a way to do the power for a MSP430G2x1 device.
From there, look at the MSP430 Data Sheet Here: I selected the 21x2 (I tried all of the above as well later, same problem):
No Schematic or reference designs on laying it out and power needs.So I scrolled down to the below to the reference designs.
Still no schematic on any of these application notes.
Anyone have any tips?
It looks like some of the app notes are missing schematics - but do include a PMPxxx number. Some of these exist externally in Power Labe reference design:
Otherwise, for TIers, the same PMPxxx and more are internal on a shared drive - I'll send you the link offline.
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