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2018-11-01 -

LT3094 – Negative LDO Features 0.8µ VRMS Noise at 1MHz

The LT3094, a high performance low dropout negative linear regulator, features ADI’s ultralow noise and ultrahigh PSRR architecture for powering…

2018-11-01 -

Ultrathin µModule Regulator with Power System Management

The LTM4686 is a dual 10A or single 20A ultrathin step-down µModule regulator. Its 1.82mm height allows it to be…

2018-11-01 -

LTM8002: High Efficiency, Ultra Low EMI Step-Down Power µModule

The LTM8002 is a 40VIN, 2.5A step-down µModule® regulator. It includes the switching controller, power switches, inductor, and all support…

2018-11-01 -

LTC7821: Hybrid Synchronous Step-Down Controller

The LTC7821 is an industry first hybrid step-down synchronous controller that merges a switched capacitor circuit with a synchronous step-down…

2018-11-01 -

1.2GHz Bandwidth Direct Receiver >43dB Image Rejection

This video shows a Reference Design that DC couples the LTC5594, a 9GHz direct-conversion I/Q demodulator to the AD9208, a…

2018-11-01 -

Anyside™ Isolated Switch Controller with I²C Command and Telemetry

Hot swap integrated circuits are used to limit inrush current in either low-side or high-side DC applications. The application operating…

2018-11-01 -

Silent Switcher 2: Dual 4A per Channel, 42V Micropower Step-Down Regulator

As automotive electronic content increases, voltage regulators continually need smaller size, higher current, and lower radiated emissions. Silent Switcher® 2…

2018-11-01 -

Active Rectifier Controller with Reverse Protection

As the current level continues to increase in automotive electronic systems, designers can no longer use conventional blocking Schottky diodes…

2018-11-01 -

Buffered Octal ADC Inputs Simplify Sensor Interfaces

Many systems using a precision analog-to- digital converter to digitize signals need some signal conditioning circuitry between the signal source…

2018-11-01 -

105V, 2.3A Low-EMI Synchronous Step-Down Regulator

Today, many electronic systems require power processing at higher voltages, while simultaneously demanding increased efficiency and low EMI/EMC emissions. The…