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  1. Navid Mostafavi EDN The step-up switching-converter circuit in Figure 1 presents a familiar problem: If you shut down boost converter IC 1 by pulling its /SHDN input low, external inductor L 1 and forward-biased Schottky diode D 1 allow the load to ...
    Circuits » Supply » Maxim » MAX756
  2. George Qian, Michael Wu, Analog Devices Design Note 1047 Introduction Isolated flyback converters are used in automotive, industrial, medical and telecom applications where the power supply must be reliable, easy-to-use, high voltage and isolated, ...
  3. Wallace Ly EDN A system designer must almost always face a trade-off in choosing the right part for an application. The trade-off usually involves performance, price, and function. An example is the issue of powering circuits from a telecom-voltage ...
    Circuits » Supply » Texas Instruments » LM2682, LMH6672, LMV431
  4. 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 ...
  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 ...
  6. Clayton Grantham EDN Many process-control sensors, such as thermistors and strain-gauge bridges, require accurate bias currents. By adding a single current-setting resistor, R 1 , you can configure voltage-reference circuit IC 1 to produce a ...
  7. Jim Drew, Linear Technology Design Note 487 Introduction Redundant arrays of independent disks, or RAID, systems, by nature are designed to preserve data in the face of adverse circumstances. One example is power failure, thereby threatening data ...
    Circuits » Supply » Linear Technology » LTC3625, LTC4412, LTM4616
  8. Jim Grant EDN A white LED delivers a wide color spectrum and better visibility than do monochromatic LEDs. However, a white LED presents a higher forward-voltage drop than do its colorful counterparts and thus poses problems for operation from a ...
  9. Stephen Woodward EDN Unusual design constraints sometimes reveal the unfriendly side of everyday components and circuits. A case in point is the design of power-supply-regulation circuitry in which the primary power source has an absolute ...
  10. Ausias Garrigos David Marroqui EDN Photovoltaic systems commonly include a means of energy storage batteries or supercaps to provide electricity to the load when sunlight is not available or during power transients. However, when feasible, ...
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