Circuits & Schematics Texas Instruments

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  1. EDN This Design Idea presents a self-powered, precision-active-load circuit that improves on a previously published design (Reference 1). Added features include a wider operating-voltage range of 2 to 50 V or higher and several flexible ...
    10-09-2020
  2. Gavin Watkins EDN A recent project evaluated the feasibility of a dynamic load modulation (DLM) RF power amplifier for 5G. DLM amplifiers typically use high-voltage varactor diodes in their output network, which need to be driven by high-speed ...
    27-08-2020
  3. Abhijeet Deshpande Electronic Design Harnessing solar energy directly to power a fan provides an environmentally friendly way of cooling or drying during the hot daylight hours of tropical environments. It also avoids the cost and complexity of ...
    18-08-2020
  4. Raju Baddi EDN You can use the circuit described in this Design Idea to estimate voltages across 10- to 100-MΩ resistances. It also works for reverse-biased diodes. The common CMOS gates in Figure 1 have an input threshold voltage in which ...
    12-08-2020
  1. Tom Hornak EDN Sometimes, you need to remotely turn on or off a two-state system, such as a light, from multiple points. You could connect simple pushbutton switches in parallel to a single-line bus. However, if the bus simply controls a toggle ...
    29-07-2020
  2. Anthony Smith EDN Requiring no rectifier diodes, the positive peak-detector circuits in figures 1 and 4 exploit the open-drain output of a Texas Instruments TLC372 fast comparator, IC 1 . Both versions of the detector are simple and inexpensive and ...
    25-07-2020
  3. by John Betten EDN Controlling the brightness of LEDs requires a driver that provides a constant, regulated current. To achieve this goal, the driver topology must be able to generate a large enough output voltage to forward bias the LEDs. So, what ...
    05-07-2020
  4. by Martyn Mckinney EDN Although the ubiquitous LM386 IC was designed to be used as an audio amplifier, it has a number of undocumented characteristics that can be exploited to create simple radio receiver circuits that deliver surprisingly high ...
    18-06-2020
  5. Bill Schweber Electronic Design A family of PTC thermistors conquers the calibration and linearity errors associated with conventional NTC temperature devices. Temperature is the most widely measured physical variable and designers have many ...
    17-06-2020
  6. Grant Smith EDN Powering 20 to 30 white LEDs from three alkaline cells presents an interesting problem for the conventional boost converter. The required boost ratio and duty factor are simply impractical. If you are determined to design with ...
    12-06-2020

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