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Simple Transient-Response Measurement Determines Power-Supply Bandwidth
Simple Transient-Response Measurement Determines Power-Supply Bandwidth
01.11.2018 · Articles
It’s normal to assume that there’s an easy way to relate the bandwidth of a power-supply control loop to its transient response – no good reference exists that defines this in simple terms. It seems like a straightforward problem, which should have a simple solution. The higher the bandwidth, the faster the loop responds, and with less voltage deviation...
Synthesized Inductor Delivers Maximum Power Transfer
Synthesized Inductor Delivers Maximum Power Transfer
12.28.2017 · Articles
To transfer maximum power from a circuit to a load, the load’s resistance, RL, must match the source resistance, RO. In the case of a complex load, ZL, and a resistive source, this transfer can require the use of a bulky inductor. This idea shows how to replace the physical inductor with a smaller synthesized inductor...
What's Next For Arduino?
What's Next For Arduino?
12.25.2017 · Articles · Microcontrollers
Co-founder Massimo Banzi was in New York City for the, and he stopped by Electronic Design’s office to talk about the future of Arduino...
10 Best Raspberry Pi and Pi 2 Alternatives. Part 2
10 Best Raspberry Pi and Pi 2 Alternatives. Part 2
12.13.2017 · Articles · Microcontrollers
There are actually two versions of the MinnowBoard MAX available; a $140 version and a $100 version. The extra $40 gets you 2 GB of RAM instead of 1 GB, but both versions include a 1.33 GHz dual-core processor...
10 Best Raspberry Pi and Pi 2 Alternatives. Part 1
10 Best Raspberry Pi and Pi 2 Alternatives. Part 1
12.12.2017 · Articles · Microcontrollers
The Raspberry Pi and Pi 2 have taken the world by storm and created a huge interest in single-board computers; their simplicity, portability, and affordability make them great for thinkerers and kids alike. But not everyone wants a Pi...
Generate A Differential Signal Using A Transformer Plus Signal Splitter
Generate A Differential Signal Using A Transformer Plus Signal Splitter
12.06.2017 · Articles
Most function generators and network analyzers have one port to provide the output signal. If a differential signal is needed, then you may need to acquire a network analyzer with two output ports at great cost. Of course, there are alternate solutions in generating a differential signal without acquiring expensive equipment...
Digital Potentiometers vs. Mechanical Potentiometers: Important Design Considerations to Maximize System Performance
Digital Potentiometers vs. Mechanical Potentiometers: Important Design Considerations to Maximize System Performance
11.30.2017 · Articles
This article will provide design details on how to use digital potentiometers with other components highlighting the important considerations and specifications for each use case to ensure the designer gets the best possible system performance. Important design considerations and specifications that should be taken into account when combining digital potentiometers with other components, such as op amps to cre-ate flexible multiuse systems will be addressed...
Giant Tunisian desert solar project aims to power EU
Giant Tunisian desert solar project aims to power EU
11.28.2017 · Articles
Developer TuNur applied for authorisation to build a massive solar plant on the edge of the Tunisian Sahara, with undersea grid connections to Europe...
Simple trick lets you see your parts
Simple trick lets you see your parts
11.13.2017 · Articles
All too often, we electrical engineers are under the gun to get a circuit working now, and don’t have the luxury of ordering parts and waiting – even a day. The problem: loose parts in the tool box can be nearly impossible to read – even under bright light and high magnification...
How to design boost, SEPIC and flyback regulators with wide VIN boost power management ICs. Part 2
How to design boost, SEPIC and flyback regulators with wide VIN boost power management ICs. Part 2
11.02.2017 · Articles
The DC/DC switching regulators shown in the previous examples are all non-synchronous in which a rectifier diode is used. In a synchronous regulator, a MOSFET is used instead...
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