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Company: "Texas Instruments"
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  1. Glen Chenier EDN Op-amp integrators can ramp to saturation, and a capacitor-discharge switch can reset them. Alternatively, you can input-switch them to ramp up and down in triangle-waveform-generator applications. Much searching through online ...
    09-01-2018
  2. Rex Niven EDN RFID is great technology, but noisy power and other aggressors can ruin performance. RFID readers using low frequency signals (ca. 130 kHz), like the industry-workhorse TIRIS RFM-007B , are of course very sensitive to noise in that ...
    Circuits » Wireless » Texas Instruments » RI-RFM-007B, LM2576
    12-12-2017
  3. Lance McBride EDN In many applications, it's desirable to disable LEDs used for system verification. Many options are available for the disabling function, including manual SPST (single-pole single-throw) switches, enhancement- and ...
    05-12-2017
  4. Dobromir Dobrev EDN The classic three- or two-op-amp instrumentation-amplifier circuits are standard ways to amplify a small-amplitude differential signal contaminated with high common-mode noise. In some applications, the signal source is floating ...
    24-11-2017
  5. Scot Lester EDN A step-down SMPS (switched-mode power supply) efficiently converts unregulated power to a regulated output voltage. However, unwanted switching-induced ripple and input transients may appear on the output. Applying noisy power to an ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Texas Instruments » TPS62300, TPS736xx
    09-11-2017
  6. Alperen Akkuncu EDN Most of us know about PWM DACs. They are easy to implement, cheap, and acceptable for low performance applications. The approach is to filter the HF components of the PWM signal and be left with only the LF or DC component that ...
    20-10-2017
  7. Ajoy Raman Electronic Design By using this simple capacitor-network circuit and software, designs using the Arduino Uno need only two I/O pins to read a hex-switch decoder, leaving the remaining pins for other functions. A pulse-width-modulated ...
    12-10-2017
  8. Stephen Woodward EDN Despite the ever-growing choices among single-supply “Rail-to-Rail” op-amps, it will always remain true that the only way to design an output stage active all the way down to zero volts is for the design to include ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Beginners · Supply » Texas Instruments » LM7905CT, LM320-N
    05-10-2017
  9. Ron Mancini EDN Converting periodic waveforms to square waves is an integral part of extracting a clock signal from data, creating waveform generators, and making timing-pulse generators. Any square-wave-conversion circuit is more valuable when the ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » Texas Instruments » TLC393, TLV2470
    26-09-2017
  10. John Ambrose EDN Tracking notch filters find use in harmonic-distortion analyzers; they also can remove heterodyne noise from ham-radio systems. A conventional tracking switched-capacitor notch filter relies on a bandpass filter, a ...
    14-09-2017
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