The TI-PMLK is the first collection of power management curriculum, coursework and labs for education. It is intended to educate students on electronic theory and TI power supply design. Students will learn the theory behind switching power supplies and linear regulators and, through hands-on experiments using different boards, go deeper into power issues such as modes of operation, efficiency, accuracy, power magnetic, control, and transient response.
Analog Lab Systems Kit (ASLK) Pro
The goal of the Analog System Lab Course is to provide students an exposure to the fascinating world of analog and mixed-signal signal processing. The course can be adapted for an undergraduate or a postgraduate curriculum. As part of the lab course, the student will build analog systems using analog ICs and study their macro models, characteristics and limitations. The philosophy in designing this lab course has been to focus on system design rather than circuit design.