Circuits & Schematics Analogue Design

Subsection: "Analogue Design"
Search results: 218 Output: 1-10
  1. Mike Irwin EDN Professional-audio equipment commonly uses Analog Devices‘ high-performance, quad-voltage-controlled SSM2164 attenuator. The control response is 30 dB/V, with 0 V producing unity gain. Attenuation increases as the applied ...
    30-06-2020
  2. Bill Schweber Electronic Design A family of PTC thermistors conquers the calibration and linearity errors associated with conventional NTC temperature devices. Temperature is the most widely measured physical variable and designers have many ...
    17-06-2020
  3. Luca Bruno EDN A traditional method of driving a low- to medium-power permanent-magnet dc motor involves using four MOSFET or bipolar transistors in an H-bridge configuration. For example, in Figure 1, the motor connects between collector pairs C 1 ...
    03-06-2020
  4. Tom Gay EDN In low-power, single-supply analog applications, it is often desirable to maintain precise control of voltages much greater than the positive-supply rail. The circuit in Figure 1 allows you to amplify the input voltage, V IN , by a ...
    01-06-2020
  1. Marián Štofka EDN Two amplifiers produce voltages that you can use in a variety of applications. The circuit in Figure 1 generates two analog voltages, which you can vary in a complementary manner. When the straight output voltage ...
    29-05-2020
  2. Paul Rako Electronic Design Using a bootstrapping scheme with a JFET can enhance a photodiode’s ac response, but adds unwanted dc voltage. Remedy that problem with a matched dual-JFET. Linear Technology has a good application note [1] about ...
    20-05-2020
  3. Abhirup Lahiri Electronic Design Inductors designed with active elements are very desirable to designers today because conventional spiral inductors are too big, too heavy, and too costly, and they require tuning. During the last few decades, ...
    20-05-2020
  4. Chau Tran and Paul Mullins, Analog Devices EDN You sometimes need to measure load currents as large as 5 A in the presence of a common-mode voltage as high as 500 V. To do so, you can use Analog Devices’ AD8212 high-voltage current-shunt ...
    17-04-2020
  5. Moshe Gerstanhaber EDN State-of-the-art ADCs accept differential inputs, allowing you to differentially implement the entire signal path from sensor to converter. This structure provides significant performance advantages, because differential ...
    22-03-2020
  6. Chuck Wojslaw EDN Figure 1. This schematic depicts a basic voltage-to-frequency converter. The basic VFC (voltage-to-frequency converter) in Figure 1 comprises an integrator (IC 1 ) and a Schmitt-trigger circuit (IC 2 ). The integrator converts the ...
    06-03-2020