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Electronic Design Power & Analog Update

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Learn how to design smaller with tiny sensors

Trends in small consumer electronics have disrupted the industrial world, spiking demand for smart but compact devices that enhance manufacturing and daily life. Learn how to achieve smaller designs without sacrificing accuracy and efficiency.

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Texas Instruments Industry 300x250 Ed 120220 Kmr
 

Products

 
Texas Instruments Tlv7081 315x180 Ed 120220 Kmr
 

Reduce board size with TLV7081, the industry’s smallest comparator, 4% smaller than competing devices. This comparator operates down to 1.7-V, applicable for space-critical designs like smartphones and other portable or battery-powered applications.        

 
Texas Instruments Tlv9061 315x180 Ed 120220 Kmr

The industry’s smallest operational amplifier

Reduce board size with TLV7081, the industry’s smallest comparator, 4% smaller than competing devices.  This comparator operates down to 1.7-V, applicable for space-critical designs like smartphones and other portable or battery-powered applications.

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Texas Instruments Ina819 315x180 Ed 120220 Kmr

The industry’s smallest 36-V instrumentation amplifier

Reduce board size with a high-precision instrumentation amplifier that is 70% smaller than competing devices.  This device features low input bias current, low noise, and integrated over-voltage protection (OVP) up to ±60-V.

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Whitepapers

 

Learn how designing small is easier than you think

Designing with small-package ICs is easier than you think. Find out how our collection of industry's smallest signal-chain products can help you optimize board space without sacrificing features, cost, simplicity, or reliability in your system.

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Understand key performance and package considerations when isolating CAN

Understand key performance considerations for isolated CAN designs such as isolation rating, size, data rate, CMTI, stand-off voltage, footprint, and more to help you select the right isolated CAN transceiver for your space-constrained design.

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Designing tiny microphone circuits with the industry’s smallest op amp

This article covers high-performance, cost-sensitive circuits and describes the design of a very small, cost-optimized electret condenser microphone pre-amplifier.

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Second-sourcing options for small-package amplifiers

This article discusses how to provide a second-source option for small-package amplifiers that do not have a direct pin-to-pin-compatible second source, and how to overcome potential manufacturing and design challenges during PCB layout.

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