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Feel the power with TI’s power supply design seminars

first_img Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must Register or Login to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Continue Reading Previous On readingNext Free: Analog Engineer’s Pocket Reference Guide I don’t know about you, but power supply units (PSUs) are something I tend to take for granted… right up to the point where I find myself needing a specific PSU capability for a particular project, at which point I start running around in ever-decreasing circles shouting “Don’t Panic! Don’t Panic!” Once I’ve quieted down a little, I amble over to see my chum Ivan in the next bay, because he’s forgotten more about PSUs than I will ever know. In the case of my projects, I can invariably use an off-the-shelf PSU; the only trick is tracking down the unit that best satisfies my size, cost, performance requirements.I don’t know what I’d do if I had to design a PSU from the ground up. Actually, that’s not quite true — I do know — I would amble over to see my chum Ivan in the next bay because… (“In order to understand recursion, you must first understand recursion,” as the old joke goes).But what do you do if you don’t have an Ivan to hand? Well, one solution would be to attend one of Texas Instruments’ forthcoming power supply design seminars, which are a bargain at only $79.(Source: Texas Instruments) Since their introduction in 1977, TI’s power supply design seminars have featured a mix of technical and practical presentations that combine basic design principles and advanced new power supply concepts with real-world application examples.(Source: Texas Instruments) When you come to think about it, there are many implications to selecting the correct/incorrect power supply for your specific application, including safety (property damage, injury and/or death, lawsuits…), cost/profit margin (bill-of-materials, labor, testing, potential product recalls…), and performance (meeting efficiency requirements, RF emissions and other standards…).At the end of the day, “stuff” simply doesn’t work unless it’s equipped with the appropriate power supply, so if you are in any way involved in power supply design or selection and you want to make sure you are on top of everything, you may want to consider attending one of these seminars.center_img Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: EDA last_img read more

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Know BFC’s Rivals: FC Istiklol

first_imgAFC Cup AFC Cup 2017: Know Bengaluru FC’s Rivals – FC Istiklol Swapnaneel Parasar Last updated 2 years ago 18:00 26/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) FC Istiklol AFC Cup Istiqlol v Bengaluru Istiqlol Bengaluru Goal tells you everything you need to know about the side that Bengaluru will be playing on Wednesday in the Inter-zonal final… Quick Facts FC Istiklol vs CeresTEAM NAME:  FC IstiklolHOME GROUND (AFC Cup): Hisor Central Stadium, Hisor Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. COUNTRY: TajikistanLEAGUE: Tajik LeagueNICKNAME: The CrownsHead Coach: Mukhsin Mukhmadiev (Tajikistan/Russia)Last season achievements: Champions of Tajik League, Winners of Tajik CupLatest match result:  Won; FC Panjsher 0-5 FC Istiklol (18 September 2017, Tajik League)  Profile FC IstiklolTurning out to be quite the Central Asian powerhouse in the last few years, FC Istiklol was only formed as recently as in 2007. Gaining promotion to the top-tier in their debut campaign, the Dushanbe-based side has been rattling Tajik record books for the last eight years, having won six league titles and as many cups.2010 was the breakthrough year for Istiklol, doing the domestic double as well as lifting the Tajik Super Cup, guaranteeing passage into the now-defunct AFC President’s Cup – their first taste of continental football the following season.Yet again, the capital-based side took only a couple of seasons to see themselves crowned champions of the AFC President’s Cup in 2012, defeating Palestinian side Markaz Shabab Al-Am’ari in the final on home soil.After a two-year lull, another double in 2014 booked Istiklol a place in the 2015 AFC Cup. The  Reds  took to Asian club football’s second-tier competition like fish to water in their debut season itself. Qualifying to the grand finale in emphatic fashion, another win at their home stadium was not to be as Malaysian giants Johor Darul Ta’zim lifted the crown after a 1-0 scoreline on a chilly night in Dushanbe.FC Isitklol have already secured the 2017 Tajik League, their sixth, with five games to spare after their 5-0 spanking of FC Panjsher away from home the previous weekend. They are now just one title away from equalling the national record set by Regar-TadAZ Tursunzoda.In a more daunting statistic, Istiklol have been unbeaten in 28 official games for a year now, in all competitions. Their last defeat came away at FK Ravshan, losing 2-1 in the 2016 Tajik League on 25 September 2016. Previous Performances FC Istiklol vs Johor Darul Ta'zimFC Istiklol have been somewhat the trendsetters when it comes to power-packed debut seasons in Asian club competitions. Making their continental bow in the 2011 AFC President’s Cup, they romped through to the final round but failed to reach the final after two back-to-back defeats in Taiwan.They arrived again the following season and how! An undefeated run of five games saw them lift the 2012 AFC President’s Cup in front of their home support. The Crowns  had to wait for two seasons until they re-emerged in their debut AFC Cup campaign in 2015. Battling against the odds, Istiklol did make it to the final, beating clubs like Al Kuwait and Al Wahda along the way but a fairytale was not to be thanks to Malaysia’s Johor.Second season syndrome caught on as Istiklol did not manage even a single win and were ousted in the first round after finishing bottom of their group.In the current 2017 edition, Istiklol were declared Central Asian winners after they topped the group with five wins and a draw. Pitted against Philippines’ Ceres Negros in the Inter-zone play-off semi-finals, a 4-0 thrashing at home followed up with a 1-1 result in the archipelago nation ensured a date with Bengaluru FC in the race to reach the final.  Predicted Lineup Istiklol Possible XIMukhsin Mukhamadiev has a problem of plenty when it comes to team selection at least for the first leg at home. Three key players in defender Artem Baranovskyi and midfielders David Mawutor and Amirbek Juraboev are suspended after continuous yellow cards in the last tie.Oibek Abdugaffarov, Muhammadjoni Hasan and Nuriddin Davronov are expected to be summoned into the playing XI as Mukhamadiev goes for his favoured flat 4-4-2 formation. Players To Watch Out For  Manuchekhr Dzhalilov : Seven goals in the campaign already, the 26-year-old will be the vital threat Bengaluru FC defenders have to watch out for. The Tajik national is a product of former Russian champions Lokomotiv Moscow’s youth academy and is in fine goalscoring form for both club and country, having netted 27 times in 2017.                                                                                                                                                 Manuchekhr Dzhalilov FC Istiklol AFC Cup                     Dmitry Barkov:  Impressing on a trial in a pre-season friendly, Istiklol did not wait much to sign him up and the Finland-born Russian has proved to be a good catch. Seven goals in total this season and the chief architect behind most of Dzhalilov’s goals, the 25-year-old is a key component in Mukhamadiev’s XI. Full Squad GOALKEEPERS: 1. Nikola Stosic, 13. Mehvar Sulaymonov, 35. Kurbonali Bobev;DEFENDERS: 2. Siyovush Asrorov, 3. Davlatmir Tabrezi, 5. Artem Baranovskyi, 6. Oibek Abdugaffarov,  19. Akhtam Nazarov, 27. Oleksandr Stetsenko;MIDFIELDERS:  4. David Mawutor, 8. Nuriddin Davronov, 11. Muhammadjoni Hasan, 18. Fatkhullo Fatkhuloev, 20. Amirbek Juraboev, 21. Romish Dzalilov, 23. Ehson Panjshanbe, 70. Shakhrom Sulaimonov; FORWARDS:  9. Jahongir Aliev, 10. Dmitry Barkov, 17. Dilshod Vasiev, 63. Manuchekhr Dzhalilov. Follow Swapnaneel Parasar on  Twitter – @Swapyolast_img read more