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  1. Stephen Woodward EDN For at least four decades, dual-slope integrating A-to-D conversion has formed the core of most every digital multimeter and many industrial and instrumentation applications besides. Elegant in its simplicity, a DSADC ...
    28-03-2018
  2. Ya Liu, Jian Li, Jeff Zhang and Brian Lin, Analog Devices Design Note 571 Introduction For high voltage input/output applications, inductorless, switched capacitor converters (charge pumps) significantly improve efficiency and reduce solution size ...
    25-03-2018
  3. 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 ...
    24-03-2018
  4. Rex Niven EDN It’s almost a corollary to Moore’s Law: Next year, microcomputers will have more features, and the software team will have bigger ideas. Unfortunately, though, the number of output pins will stay the same. Finding even one ...
    19-03-2018
  1. Nick Ierfino Electronic Design It’s not always easy to design a ramp generator whose ramping frequency can be changed without manipulation of capacitors or inductors. Many ramp circuit designs are available, but they may not be flexible when ...
    19-03-2018
  2. Analogue Design Vishay IRF530 SI4490DY
    Tom Bruhns EDN The novelty circuit in Figure 1 illustrates the extremely low gate-leakage current typical of modern power MOSFETs. You can find parts that, in a moderately dry environment, will hold their state for days at a time. In operation, if ...
    11-03-2018
  3. Sundaresan Sundararaj Electronic Design This idea describes a white-LED (WLED) driver circuit controlled by a simple ambient light sensor (ALS). A typical application would be a brightness control for cell-phone backlighting. On a very sunny day, ...
    11-03-2018
  4. Radio Maxim MAX4331
    Ken Yang Electronic Design RF gain blocks (amplifiers) are popular because they offer wide bandwidth, low noise, and ease of use. They're designed to operate with a fixed value of supply current because variations in supply current cause ...
    03-03-2018
  5. Jean-Bernard Guiot EDN Controlling a small dc motor without speed control sounds like a trivial task; a switch or a relay should suffice. However, several problems accompany this approach. For one, the switch, because of the inductive load and the ...
    03-03-2018
  6. Stephan Goldstein, Analog Devices EDN The human eye's highly nonlinear response to light levels poses problems for designers of adjustable lighting. Simple hardware or software linear-control methods compress most of the apparent intensity ...
    27-02-2018