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  1. Marc Ysebaert EDN Although a monolithic low-dropout regulator has superior dynamic characteristics, the discrete regulator in this Design Idea is so simple that you can adapt it to many purposes. Using a common transistor, it has a dropout voltage ...
    Circuits » Supply » Vishay » SFH617A
  2. Jim Williams Mark Thoren EDN Although quartz crystals have served as temperature sensors, designers haven't taken advantage of the technology because few manufacturers offer the sensors as standard products (references 1 and 2 ). In contrast to ...
    Circuits » Measurement » Microchip » PIC16F73
  3. Bin Wu, Analog Devices Design Note 572 Introduction The LT8672 is an active rectifier controller that (along with a MOSFET) provides reverse current protection and rectification for power supplies in automotive environments. This job is ...
    Circuits » Supply » Analog Devices » LT8650S, LT8672
  4. T A Babu EDN High-power LEDs challenge electronics engineers to design accurate and efficient, yet simple, driver circuits. Conventionally, driving high-power strings with accurate current requires dedicated switching regulators. Choosing a ...
  5. Nick Ierfino Electronic Design In many situations, designers must control the phase of an output signal in order to make certain circuits work properly. At low frequencies, an op amp can be used to vary the phase. But as the frequency gets into the ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design » NXP » BFR92A
  6. Christophe Basso EDN Although an SMPS (switch-mode power supply) can protect itself against permanent short circuits, it sometimes has problems when dealing with transient overloads. Transient overloads are not short circuits but can push the power ...
  7. Steve Hageman EDN Since the late 1970s, designers have successfully improved the effective resolution and spurious performance of A/D converters by adding dither uncorrelated noise to a converter's input and then using DSP techniques to average ...
  8. Tom Gay EDN Most current microcontrollers offer I/O ports that can change their functions during program execution. As outputs, the circuits can sink and source reasonably large amounts of current. This Design Idea shows three alternative methods ...
  9. Scot Lester EDN Targeting use in portable-system applications that require raising a battery's voltage to a higher level, IC boost regulators often include output transistors that can drive storage inductors. However, most boost regulators' ...
  10. Eric Schlaepfer, Maxim Integrated Products EDN Microprocessors, microcontrollers, and SOCs (systems on chips) often need a reset pulse to initialize properly. Many of these devices also use separate I/O- and core-voltage supplies. When you use ...
    Circuits » Supply » Maxim » MAX6418

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