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This webinar will demonstrate how Texas Instruments's Power Supply Reference Designs were used to quickly develop the power supply rails needed for Xilinx® Artix®-7, Spartan®-7, and Zynq®-7000 FPGAs & SoCs.




Xilinx – Overview of Cost-Optimized Portfolio

–Overview of the Spartan-6/7, Artix-7, Zynq-7000 Families and Features

–Mobility across Cost-Optimized Device Families

–Applications across the IIoT Edge

–Power Requirements

–XPE Power Estimator Tool


TI – Power Supply solutions designed for Xilinx

–Building Blocks (Individual Products at-a-glance)

–Putting it Together – Block Diagrams (Xilinx Power Needs TI Solution)

–How We Put it Together (Example Designs for Rapid Prototyping)

  • TIDA-050000 Reference Design
  • PCB & Prototyping Concept
  • TIDA-01480 Reference Design


Additional Information



Brian Berner

Brian joined Texas Instruments as an applications engineer in 2011 after earning his bachelor of science and master of science degrees in electrical engineering from Lehigh University. Prior to joining the Integrated Power Management team, Brian worked as an applications engineer supporting customers using the TPS6598x family of USB Type-C and PD Port Controllers while developing technical content to aid in product development.



Jayson Bethurem

Jayson is the Product Line Manager for Xilinx’s Cost-Optimized Portfolio, which includes Spartan, Artix, and Zynq-7000 devices. With over 20 years of Xilinx design, technical support, training, and marketing experience, Jayson leads the design of multiple evaluation boards, such as the Spartan-6LX9 Microboard, Zedboard, and MicroZed.

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