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Company: "Linear Technology"
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  1. Jim Tonne Electronic Design With a handful of low-leakage passive components and two high-impedance op amps, you can build a sine/square-wave generator with output period of a minute and more. The circuit of Figure 1 generates sinusoids down to ...
  2. Attaining optimal SNR performance from an ADC isn’t just a matter of providing a low noise signal to the ADC’s input. Providing a low noise reference voltage is just as important. While reference noise has no effect at zero-scale, at ...
  3. 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 ...
  4. 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
  5. 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 ...
  6. Jim Williams EDN Impulse-response and rise-time testing often require a fast-rise-time source with a high degree of pulse purity. These parameters are difficult to achieve simultaneously, particularly at subnanosecond speeds. The circuit in Figure ...
  7. Tim Regan Electronic Design Environmental concerns are spurring the development of clean transportation alternatives. Most popular are full electric and hybrid electric motor vehicles, which use stacks of lithium-ion battery cells as the electric ...
  8. Jim Drew, Linear Technology Design Note 483 Introduction Recent advances in ultralow power microcontrollers have produced devices that offer unprecedented levels of integration for the amount of power they require to operate. These are systems on a ...
    Circuits » Supply » Linear Technology » LTC3588-1
  9. Vladimir Dvorkin, Linear Technology EDN Whether you measure or use RF circuits that operate in the popular 2.4-GHz ISM (industrial/scientific/medical) band, cordless telephones, Wi-Fi access points, Bluetooth devices, and microwave ovens can ...
  10. Michael Fisch EDN In 1940, William Hewlett and David Packard launched a product from a garage. The product was a Wien-bridge oscillator. It consisted of a single-pole highpass filter in series with a single-pole lowpass filter. To keep the gain ...
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