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Texas Instruments and Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas Present Live Webcast on New Design Concepts in a Power Stage
DC/DC boost converters that operate at input voltages lower than 0.3V with high efficiency can be incorporated into new and innovative applications powered by single-cell solar or micro-fuel cells. One example that will be highlighted during the webcast is a built-in solar-powered cell phone charger that provides exceptional standby time. This single-cell solar design eliminates the need for multiple-solar cells in series and the required protection circuitry. Another benefit of designing with extremely low input operating voltage is the elimination of many of the problems encountered when operating from single-cell alkaline, NiCd or MiNh batteries that are commonly used to power anything from toys to portable medical devices.
During the lab session, the panelists will demonstrate how the boost converter’s unique features enable low-voltage operation to extend battery life. Viewers will be shown techniques for overcoming the challenges of low-voltage inputs, such as pass-load conditions and start-up capability, to provide longer operating time in end equipment.
Analog eLab Webcast Engineers
Bill Klein, P.E., is the host for the TI Analog eLab Webcast. Klein is a senior applications engineer with the high performance linear division of TI. He joined TI through its acquisition of Burr-Brown in August 2000. Klein is the author of more than 100 magazine articles, application notes and conference papers. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers 35 years in fields ranging from mineral exploration to nuclear medical imaging.
Angela Suen is a TI-dedicated field applications engineer with Avnet. She has several years of experience in switching power supply design. Suen earned a BSEE from Washington State University and is currently pursuing a MS in Engineering Management at Santa Clara University.
Toshiyuki (Rick) Zaitsu is an applications engineer for portable power at Texas Instruments and is currently supporting highly integrated low-power DC/DCs. He has over 20 years of experience designing DC/DC converters and marketing telecom systems in the power supply industry. Zaitsu earned a MSEE from Kumamoto University and a Ph.D. at Kyushu University. He holds five U.S. patents and has published more than 50 papers.
To view previous Analog eLab Webcasts, visit www.ti.com/analogelab. In addition to webcasts, TI offers analog engineers a wide-ranging support infrastructure that includes training and seminars, design tools and utilities, technical documentation, evaluation modules, an online knowledge base, a product information hotline and a comprehensive offering of samples that ship within 24 hours of request. TI keeps the engineer in mind throughout the design process by providing tools, systems expertise and technical support to help customers get to market quickly. For more information on TI’s complete analog design support see www.ti.com/analogelab. To learn more about Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, see www.em.avnet.com.
About Avnet Electronics Marketing
Avnet Electronics Marketing is an operating group of Phoenix-based Avnet, Inc. (NYSE:AVT), a Fortune 500 company. Avnet Electronics Marketing serves electronic original equipment manufacturers (EOEMs) and electronic manufacturing services (EMS) providers in 70 countries, distributing electronic components from leading manufacturers and providing associated design-chain and supply-chain services. The group's Web site is located at www.em.avnet.com.
With more than 250 locations serving customers in 70 countries worldwide, Avnet (NYSE: AVT) markets, distributes and adds value to the products of the world's leading electronic component suppliers, enterprise computer manufacturers and embedded subsystem providers.
Additionally, Avnet brings a breadth and depth of service capabilities, such as supply-chain optimization, logistics solutions, product assembly, device programming, computer system integration and engineering design assistance.
For the fiscal year ended July 1, 2006, Avnet generated revenue of $14.25 billion. Visit www.avnet.com.
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