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Ultra-Low-Current LDO from Diodes Incorporated Handles Loads up to 150mA with 1% Accuracy
Ultra-Low-Current LDO from Diodes Incorporated Handles Loads up to 150mA with 1% Accuracy
30.03.2017 · News
Diodes Incorporated introduced the AP7350. This low dropout voltage regulator (LDO) is available with output voltages from 1.2 V to 3.3 V, supporting load currents up to 150 mA. The AP7350 targets low-power, handheld and wearable device applications...
Intel takes another step into the Arduino world
Intel takes another step into the Arduino world
29.03.2017 · Articles · Microcontrollers
The Arduino began life as a simple and inexpensive 8-bit microcontroller teaching tool. In the intervening decade plus, it’s grown into a diverse platform that has revolutionized the microcontroller education and hobby worlds. Recent, more powerful additions to the Arduino family have added 16 and 32 bit processors and have brought the Arduino into commercial development as a rapid prototyping platform...
New Release - CMX901 RF Power Amplifier
New Release - CMX901 RF Power Amplifier
29.03.2017 · News
CML Microcircuits is pleased to announce the release of a new range of RF Building Blocks: RF Power Amplifiers. The CMX901 is the first product in its range to be released and is a three-stage wideband, high gain and high efficiency RF power amplifier IC operating over 130 MHz to 950 MHz...
Non-Inverting Level Shifter Requires Only One Op Amp, One Supply Voltage
Non-Inverting Level Shifter Requires Only One Op Amp, One Supply Voltage
29.03.2017 · Circuits
With portable battery-operated devices continuing to add functionality while shrinking in size, printed-circuit-board real estate becomes increasingly valuable. Single-supply circuitry can help by saving space and cost. Adding audio or video, however, may pose a problem because those signals are usually referenced to ground, and most single-supply ICs must be configured for signals above ground...
Industry's first multiphase bidirectional current controller from TI
Industry's first multiphase bidirectional current controller from TI
29.03.2017 · News
Texas Instruments introduced the industry's first fully integrated multiphase bidirectional DC/DC current controller, which efficiently transfers electric power greater than 500 W per phase between dual 48-V and 12-V automotive battery systems. The highly integrated LM5170-Q1 analog controller features an innovative average current-mode control method that overcomes the challenges of today's high-component-count, full digital control schemes...
Simple Circuit Drives, Manages Laser Diode's Output
Simple Circuit Drives, Manages Laser Diode's Output
27.03.2017 · Circuits
By using a constant-current source along with a ratiometric DAC configuration, the output intensity of a laser diode can be carefully set and controlled using this simple circuit. This circuit was designed to meet a medical application’s requirement to drive a laser diode with reasonable precision and a minimum of components and footprint...
James R. Biard, GaAs Infrared LED Inventor. Part 2
James R. Biard, GaAs Infrared LED Inventor. Part 2
27.03.2017 · Articles
In 1964, you filed a patent for Schottky bipolar TTL logic circuits. In 1969, Intel released their first product, which used Schottky TTL. Can you explain how your patent came about? Was Intel was ever made aware of the work you did 5 years prior...
Versatile Accelerometer from STMicroelectronics Delivers Class-Leading Resolution and Low Power in Tiny Footprint
Versatile Accelerometer from STMicroelectronics Delivers Class-Leading Resolution and Low Power in Tiny Footprint
27.03.2017 · News
Taking context sensing in Internet-of-Things and wearable devices to the next level, STMicroelectronics’ LIS2DW12 3-axis accelerometer delivers superior accuracy, flexibility, and energy savings by supporting multiple low-power and low-noise settings in a 2 mm × 2 mm × 0.7 mm package...
Controller for automatic lighting of the working area in the kitchen. Part 1 - Arduino Version. Schematic, Sketch and PCB
Controller for automatic lighting of the working area in the kitchen. Part 1 - Arduino Version. Schematic, Sketch and PCB
27.03.2017 · Circuits
In this article we will talk about a simple device that I designed for automatic control of additional LED lighting in the kitchen. Kitchen renovating and complete replacement of kitchen cabinetry are main reasons for development this device...
A faster PWM-based DAC
A faster PWM-based DAC
24.03.2017 · Circuits · Microcontrollers
When you need an analog output from a microcontroller that does not have a digital-to-analog converter, you can connect an external DAC chip. But for a cheaper solution, use a pulse-width modulated output and add a low-pass filter to extract its average value, which equals the duty cycle of the PWM signal...
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