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  1. Jim Williams EDN You use a JFET's self-biasing characteristics to build a dc/dc converter that operates from power sources such as solar cells, thermopiles, and single-stage fuel cells, all of which deliver less than 600 mV and sometimes as ...
    11-01-2017
  2. Raymond Zheng, Linear Technology EDN The demand for negative-voltage power supplies is increasing with the popularity of applications for portable devices. It can be expensive and relatively complicated to generate a negative supply from a positive ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Linear Technology » LTC1983ES6-5
    06-01-2017
  3. Ryan Metivier, Analog Devices EDN Home-based power-line networking signals are similar to xDSL (digitalsubscriber- line) signals in that they both typically employ a form of OFDM (orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing). Both applications ...
    06-01-2017
  4. Keith Szolusha EDN In certain dc/dc-converter applications, on-chip, cycle-by-cycle current limit may be insufficient protection to prevent a failure during a short circuit. A nonsynchronous boost converter provides a direct path from the input to ...
    14-12-2016
  5. Bob Smith, Linear Technology Design Note 1036 Introduction The LTC®4370 is a 2-supply current sharing, diode- ORing controller that uses MOSFETs to form ideal diodes. In this way, the LTC4370 can actively balance the output currents of two ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Linear Technology » LT1716, LT6650, LTC4370
    02-12-2016
  6. Sajjad Hajdar Electronic Design Most common current-limiting implementations have a voltage drop that’s too high for today's systems with their low-voltage supply rails; this design with its far lower voltage drop is a better fit. There ...
    18-11-2016
  7. Gheorghe Plasoianu EDN Bench electronic loads are usually rated for voltages less than 100 V, which make it difficult to test high-voltage power supplies. This Design Idea offers an alternative: an inexpensive electronic load rated for 500 V or ...
    24-10-2016
  8. Peter Miller EDN Like other simple, single-cell lithium-ion battery chargers, Microchip’s MCP73812 provides no means of indicating the charging status. You can remedy this situation by adding four components (Figure 1). Add one more LED, and ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Microchip » MCP73812
    24-10-2016
  9. Chee Hua How EDN This Design Idea demonstrates a way to adjust the output voltage of a power supply, for OVP/UVP testing, margin-testing the load, voltage programmability, or any other reason. The circuit in Figure 1 is capable of bidirectional ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Analog Devices » AD623, AD5220, AD8276
    10-10-2016
  10. JB Castro-Miguens, C Castro-Miguens EDN Protect circuits from high current until a capacitor charges A high-power offline supply is nothing more than a half- or full-bridge dc/dc converter. Rectifying the ac line yields a dc voltage that feeds the ...
    10-10-2016
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