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  1. Ken Yang Electronic Design RF gain blocks (amplifiers) are popular because they offer wide bandwidth, low noise, and ease of use. They're designed to operate with a fixed value of supply current because variations in supply current cause ...
    Circuits » Radio » Maxim » MAX4331
  2. Jean-Bernard Guiot EDN Controlling a small dc motor without speed control sounds like a trivial task; a switch or a relay should suffice. However, several problems accompany this approach. For one, the switch, because of the inductive load and the ...
  3. Stephan Goldstein, Analog Devices EDN The human eye's highly nonlinear response to light levels poses problems for designers of adjustable lighting. Simple hardware or software linear-control methods compress most of the apparent intensity ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Light » Analog Devices » AD589, AD8031
  4. Ken Whiteleather Electronic Design Current-mode control loops (particularly the popular 4- to 20-mA controls) are used in many industrial applications because of their immunity to induced EMI from motors, contactors, relays, and other sources. ...
  5. Dan Meeks EDN Most current microprocessors, DSPs, and field-programmable gate arrays integrate hardware and software resources that support either or both of two common interface standards SPI (serial-peripheral interface) and I 2 C ...
  6. Stephen Woodward EDN An earlier Design Idea illustrated one approach to that traditional headache for the analog designer: the dreaded ground loop ( Reference 1 ). That Design Idea described a simple and efficient multichannel circuit. But ...
  7. Clayton Grantham EDN Many process-control sensors, such as thermistors and strain-gauge bridges, require accurate bias currents. By adding a single current-setting resistor, R 1 , you can configure voltage-reference circuit IC 1 to produce a ...
  8. Jim Drew, Linear Technology Design Note 487 Introduction Redundant arrays of independent disks, or RAID, systems, by nature are designed to preserve data in the face of adverse circumstances. One example is power failure, thereby threatening data ...
    Circuits » Supply » Linear Technology » LTC3625, LTC4412, LTM4616
  9. Marián Štofka EDN Analog Devices’ digitally gain-programmable AD8231 instrumentation amplifier exhibits zero offset. It has programmable voltage gains, which are successive powers of two, from 2 0 = 1 to 2 7 = 128. The AD825x ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » Analog Devices » AD8231, AD8250
  10. Jim Williams, Linear Technology EDN If you need to produce extremely fast pulses in response to an input and trigger, such as for sampling applications, the predictably programmable short-time-interval generator has broad uses. The circuit of ...
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