Currently we’re using TI’s DM3730CBP100 and the TPS65930A2ZCH, along with Micron’s MT29C4G48MAZAPAKQ-5 IT PoP memory. The CBP package of the DM3730 is a 0.4mm pitch part which causes the board design to be rather complex and expensive. Also, the TPS65930 doesn’t have enough output current to support the DM3730CBP100 at 1GHz so here’s what we’re thinking about doing:
Change to TPS65951A1ZGU
Any help is appreciated.
Is there an Orcad schematic symbol for the TSP65951 available?
The TPS6595x line is our standard PMICs for this processor (the TPS65950 is used on the EVM and Beagle xM). Have they seen they power selection guide for them DM37x:
Note that the example image from that guide (and what we are using with the reference boards) is a TPS65950, these are quite similar devices (any reason they prefer the 51 over the 50?). A comparison of the two can be found here:
The best place to start for overall schematic considerations is always the schematic design checklist. This contains another 4 app notes about connecting a TPS65950 (again this can be used with the TPS65951) with the processor and a lot more advice on the schematic overall:
I want to use a TPS65951 for a DM3730CUS100 (1GHz) and I read also SWCA096–February 2011:
it states "This application note is applicable for TPS65921 and TPS65950 devices."
I need to know if it is advised to use 22uF bulk capacitors also for TPS65951 for 1GHz support.
Is SWCA096 valid also for TPS65951 ?
No news from any ti employee ?
Currently we are using PMIC-TPS65951 instead of PMIC-TPS65950.
Are all technical documents of PMIC-TPS65950 are applicable to PMIC-TPS65951??
As i have reffered and TPS65950 technical docs earlier so Can i use PMIC-TPS65951 in my project?
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