Circuits & Schematics Linear Technology

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  1. Power-supply designers can choose from a plethora of available positive buck regulators that can also serve as negative boost DC/DC converters. Some buck regulators have a negative-feedback reference voltage expressly for this purpose, but ICs that ...
    16-05-2021
  2. Most of today’s microcontrollers are powered with a DC voltage of 3.3 V or less. Batteries are involved for low-power embedded systems that have intermittent uses. For permanent usage, designs usually include a mains supply (with transformer ...
    10-05-2021
  3. In dc/dc-converter applications in which the input voltage may be lower or higher than the output voltage, you can use either a flyback converter or a SEPIC (single-ended-primary-inductor converter). SEPICs offer lower input-current ripple and ...
    16-03-2021
  4. Some applications require an input voltage higher than the breakdown voltage of the IC supply pin. In boost converters and SEPICs (single-ended primary-inductance converters), you can separate the V IN pin of the IC from the input inductor and use ...
    08-02-2021
  1. Many single-supply-powered applications require amplifier-output swings within 1 mV or even submillivolts of ground. Amplifier-output-saturation limitations normally preclude such operation. Figure 1. This configuration uses bootstrapping to allow ...
    04-02-2021
  2. Electronic Design Opto-electronic systems frequently require temperature stabilization for components such as laser diodes, photodiodes, prisms, and lenses. The established method for providing stabilization is to attach a resistive temperature ...
    19-10-2020
  3. Zhongming Ye, Analog Devices Design Note System designers are asked to produce smaller, higher efficiency power supply solutions to meet the demands of power thirsty SoCs and FPGAs across all industries. The space available for the power supply ...
    28-07-2020
  4. Circuits Supply Linear Technology LT1999 LTC6994 LT6108
    Tim Regan, Linear Technology Design Note 495 Introduction A circuit breaker protects sensitive load circuits from excessive current flow by opening the power supply when the current reaches a predetermined level. The simplest circuit breaker is a ...
    15-07-2020
  5. Gregory Mirsky Electronic Design In [1] a cascode connection of two MOSFETs helped eliminate the Miller effect and significantly improve power factor correction (PFC) performance. Recall that the Miller effect is a very large increase in a ...
    10-02-2020
  6. Stephen Woodward EDN TEC (thermoelectric-cooler) temperature-control systems often have limited stability. The causes of these limitations are the thermal properties of the system, not the performance of the control electronics. Real-world ...
    03-12-2019

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