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  1. Chau Tran and Jordyn Rombola, Analog Devices Analog Dialogue Question: How do I make a low cost, low power, differential input into a single-ended output amplifier? Answer: In many applications, there are requirements of low power, high performance ...
  2. Marco Pisani EDN The circuit in Figure 1 delivers the absolute value of the input signal with an accuracy better than 10 ppm of the full-scale range. The circuit has low zero-crossing error. You can use it as an asynchronous demodulator, as a ...
  3. Tamara Papalias EDN Comprising four twisted pairs within a durable external sheath, Category 5 network cable offers a common and cost-effective choice for transmitting component-video signals. Three of the pairs can carry RGB video signals, and the ...
  4. Jim Brannan EDN Combining PWM with a small R-2R ladder improves both. It reduces PWM ripple significantly and increases the DAC’s resolution. In this Design Idea, an eight-resistor array and three output pins construct a modified R-2R ladder ...
  5. Benabadji Noureddine EEWeb With just three transistors, one relay, and some resistors and capacitors, a single light switch can provide sophisticated control of high-power and low-power lamps. A brief story behind this idea is as follows: Last ...
  6. 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
  7. S. Chekcheyev EDN The voltage amplifier in Figure 1 exhibits smaller nonlinear distortion than does the conventional amplifier in Figure 2. Figure 1. The addition of a simple diode in the emitter circuit yields the symmetric waveform in Figure 4. ...
  8. Abel Raynus EDN Rechargeable NiCd (nickel-cadmium) cells are widely used in consumer devices because of their high energy density, long life, and small self-discharge rate. As a part of one project, I needed to design a reliable and inexpensive ...
    Circuits » Supply » NXP » MC68HC908QT1
  9. 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 ...
  10. 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

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