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LTE throughput measurements made easy

The MD8475A signalling tester is an all-in-one base station simulator supporting all the latest wireless standards. It provides service and call-processing tests for multimode LTE smartphones and mobiles with excellent cost-performance.

Accurate fuel gauges for any portable electronic device

Impedance Track fuel gauges provide precise battery monitoring under all conditions to accurately report battery capacity for consumers. Ivo highlights the benefits of TI's Impedance Track gauges and demonstrates the quick configuration options for the bq27421 system-side fuel gauge.

TrueTouch intro to Gen5

This short video provides an overview of Cypress's newest touchscreen controller, Gen5, which features 40Vpp noise immunity and 'best in class' waterproofing.

Bluetooth Smart Remote Control introduction

Available now is the new Bluetooth Smart Remote Control kit which provides a reference platform for Bluetooth Smart remote control application development. It is based on TI's industry leading CC2541 Bluetooth low energy device and contains the hardware and tools required for evaluating, developing, testing, and debugging remote control applications.

Bluetooth intro

In this demonstration, learn about TI's CC2560/64 Bluetooth and CC2540/41 Bluetooth low energy devices, their benefits and applications.

TI’s CC256x Bluetooth keyfob applications

Learn how to use a dual-mode keyfob application using TI's CC2564 Bluetooth solution. This demonstration will show TI's CC2564 dual-mode Bluetooth device with QFN package simultaneously connecting to an iOS device through Bluetooth low energy and an Android device via classic Bluetooth.

Intro to differential signaling technologies and devices

Rajesh Annapillai, a product marketing engineer with Texas Instruments, discusses TI's LVPECL/PECL/ECL buffer family. PECL stands for Positive Emitter Couple Logic, and it typically uses 5V and ground supply voltage. LVPECL stands for Low Voltage Positive Emitter Couple Logic, and it typically uses 3.3V and ground supply voltage.

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