The term “size matters” definitely applies when it comes to power electronics.
My definition of Industry 5.0 has to do with putting people and robots into the same environment, and having them work and operate together, safely and securely.
Texas Instruments introduced the DP83TD510E, an ethernet physical layer (PHY) that is able to transmit 10 Mbps ethernet signals up to 1.7 km through a single paif of twisted wires.
Texas Instruments released a custom version of the PSpice® simulator from Cadence Design Systems, enabling engineers the ability to simulate complex analog circuits.
Texas instruments introduced the TPS63900 DC/DC buck-boost converter; the company is calling it the industry's first.
The dual-band, multi-protocol CC1352R SimpleLink wireless MCU that supports both 2.4 GHz technologies like Bluetooth, Bluetooth 5 Low Energy, Zigbee, and Thread, as well as Sub-GHz connectivity.
Texas Instruments (TI) and NASA announced they are collaborating to create a space-themed coding contest for middle and high school students.