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  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Dummy Tone Insertion for Spectral Sculpting of the Multi-Band OFDM UWB System

    As the UWB regulations have not been finalized in many parts of the world, spectral flexibility is a key requirement for an UWB system to win in the global marketplace. The unlicensed nature of the UWB spectrum makes it imperative for these devices to have the capability to coexist with...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Digital Motor Control Methodology for C2000 Real-Time Control Microcontrollers

    With the Microcontroller (MCU) revolution, motor control has evolved far beyond the common universal motor controlled using simple commutation. Today, a wide variety of low-cost MCUs are available that enable developers to create high-performance systems in a cost-effective manner. Specifically, by using more complex control algorithms, systems can provide better...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    The Move to a Discrete Serdes Solution for 4G

    High-end smart phones and the ecosystem around them are symbolic of the fact that consumers want mobile broadband and applications that can help them connect to information, family and friends seamlessly. Thus, mobile broadband is clearly today's growth engine for the telecom industry. Telecom operators have seen huge growth in...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Moving to a Discrete Serdes Solution for 4G

    High-end smart phones and the ecosystem around them are symbolic of the fact that consumers want mobile broadband and applications that can help them connect to information, family and friends seamlessly. Thus, mobile broadband is clearly today's growth engine for the telecom industry. Telecom operators have seen huge growth in...

    Provided By Texas Instruments

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Corporate Governance Guideline: Texas Instruments Incorporated

    TI's board of directors has a long-standing interest in and commitment to good corporate governance. It first adopted written governance guidelines in 1973. Its policies and practices have evolved over time, adapting to meet the needs of the company and its shareholders. This evolution continued during 2002, as the board...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Corporate Governance Guideline: Texas Instruments Incorporated

    TI's board of directors has a long-standing interest in and commitment to good corporate governance. It first adopted written governance guidelines in 1973. Its policies and practices have evolved over time, adapting to meet the needs of the company and its shareholders. This evolution continued during 2002, as the board...

    Provided By Texas Instruments

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    Digital Motor Control Methodology for C2000 Real-Time Control Microcontrollers

    With the Microcontroller (MCU) revolution, motor control has evolved far beyond the common universal motor controlled using simple commutation. Today, a wide variety of low-cost MCUs are available that enable developers to create high-performance systems in a cost-effective manner. Specifically, by using more complex control algorithms, systems can provide better...

    Provided By Texas Instruments

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    The Move to a Discrete Serdes Solution for 4G

    High-end smart phones and the ecosystem around them are symbolic of the fact that consumers want mobile broadband and applications that can help them connect to information, family and friends seamlessly. Thus, mobile broadband is clearly today's growth engine for the telecom industry. Telecom operators have seen huge growth in...

    Provided By Texas Instruments

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Moving to a Discrete Serdes Solution for 4G

    High-end smart phones and the ecosystem around them are symbolic of the fact that consumers want mobile broadband and applications that can help them connect to information, family and friends seamlessly. Thus, mobile broadband is clearly today's growth engine for the telecom industry. Telecom operators have seen huge growth in...

    Provided By Texas Instruments

  • White Papers // Jan 2012

    Dummy Tone Insertion for Spectral Sculpting of the Multi-Band OFDM UWB System

    As the UWB regulations have not been finalized in many parts of the world, spectral flexibility is a key requirement for an UWB system to win in the global marketplace. The unlicensed nature of the UWB spectrum makes it imperative for these devices to have the capability to coexist with...

    Provided By Texas Instruments