Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today introduced five new next-generation power management integrated circuits that efficiently acquire and manage microwatts (uW) to milliwatts (mW) of power harvested from light, heat or mechanical energy sources. The bq25570, bq25505, TPS62740, TPS62737 and TPS62736 maintain the industry’s lowest levels of active quiescent current and enable battery-free operation to wireless sensor networks, monitoring systems, wearable medical devices, mobile accessories and other applications with limited access to power. To order samples and development kits, visit: www.ti.com/energyharvesting-pr.
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Pyometrics, also known as jump training or plyos
Dumbbells or Barbell, pull up bar or pull down cable/band, and box or bench
Plyometric training, primarily used for athletes not only improves strength, power and stamina, it burns a serious amount of calories too. Watch the training video to reference ideal pace and intensity so you get the most out of this workout. In this circuit, each plyometric movement is followed by a strength movement to help improve both conditioning and muscle tone all in one workout. Plyometric exercises should be explosive and powerful. Rest should be limited.
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) today introduced TI Silicon Valley Labs, its research center for innovation in analog and mixed signal electronics. The labs’ charter is to conduct advanced research and development in analog and mixed signal circuits and technologies through recruitment of top talent and close collaboration with universities and customers. Watch a video about TI Silicon Valley Labs at http://www.ti.com/analogresearch-prv.
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