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Semiconductor firm, Texas Instruments (TI) will showcase technologies that are “Driving Electrification Forward” at electronica 2022, the leading electronics show & conference in Europe, running from November 15-18 in Munich, Germany.
This month’s issue, now available in print or digital editions, contains features on Power technologies & Automotive applications, as well as EPDT's electronica preview, plus editorial on smart manufacturing in a post-pandemic world & the IET's
Online artificial intelligence (AI) event with industry leaders – including Google, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel, Texas Instruments & NXP Semiconductors – to take place on 9th & 10th September.
Capable of driving up to 1A (LMR33610), 2A (LMR33620), 3A (LMR33630), or up to 4A (LMR33640) of load current from an input of up to 36V.
In today’s design environment, the software content of projects typically outweighs the hardware aspect – often by a factor of several times.