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Aim of the blog This is quick review of the Texas Instruments WEBENCH Power Architect. I have been using it extensively since the past month at my work to design power pcb for a project. This tool has been helpful in respect that instead of looking for parts manually I was able to given in the project requirements and a solution was presented with the appropriate parts. Later one can further build the analog design on top of it. This really helps when time is short and one cannot really put in m ...
This is a brief review of WEBENCH(r) Designer applied to the design of an FPGA power supply. I'm doing it in response to this page that Randall posted:   Seeking 1 More Person to Review TI's WEBENCH Power Architect Tool Who Will Receive Fundamentals of Power Supply Design Book FREE   I'm not an 'official' reviewer, instead I've just lauched in and done a review.   I reached the design tool from this page on the Farnell website by pressing the Webench button:   XC3S50A-4VQ ...
About a month ago, I was made aware that Texas Instruments's WEBENCH Power Architect Design tool has been integrated into Newark's and Farnell's product pages. I experimented with it myself and I thought it was an interesting. So, I asked Texas Instruments to see if they would be interested in getting some feedback regarding the tool's use. They agreed and are offering for FREE their recent Power Supply design book (valued at $58.99) to 5 reviewers who are will to write a blog about their experi ...