Powering Processors with Power Management Units (PMUs) from Texas Instruments
PMU Applications Engineer
David Arciniega is a systems/applications engineer at Texas Instruments in the power management group. He earned a bachelor's of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas
In the portable market, electronic original equipment manufacturers (EOEMs) are challenged to add more and more functionality to smaller, more manageable devices. Texas Instruments (TI) is helping developers achieve this goal by offering a wide selection of Power Management Units (PMUs) power management ICs integrate multiple DC/DC converters and LDOs into one small package.
Join David Arciniega from TI for a 9-minute Webcast discussing:
• TI’s PMU portfolio
• Advantages & disadvantages of an integrated PMU solution
• Examples: Powering the Freescale iMX31 & iMX27processors
• Other supported DSP and processor families
• Design resources
In less than 9-minutes, you’ll gain an understanding of how TI PMUs can simplify the power design process for handheld applications and can meet a variety of design requirements such as dynamic voltage scaling and flexible power-up sequencing.