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Class D amplifiers for automotive generate less heat
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1/9/2006   Post a comment
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) developed its first digital amplifiers for the automotive market, which are based on its PurePath Class D amps for the home.
Know the power considerations for Voice over IP and other critical network applications
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1/9/2006   Post a comment
Voice over IP (VoIP) is emerging as a critical IT concern for businesses. Moving to IP telephony is a key decision in the evolution of an enterprise network. Here's how to supply reliable, uninterrupted power to IP telephones, wireless LAN access points, and other devices.
Low dropout regulator incorporates ramp control
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1/6/2006   Post a comment
Micrel Inc. launched a 2-amp low dropout regulator featuring built-in sequencing, tracking and ramp control for low voltage FPGAs, DSPs and ASICs.
Operational amplifier integrates cooling devices
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1/6/2006   Post a comment
Power Amp Design's operational amplifier boasts rail-to-rail operation at both the inputs and the output — combined with a power supply voltage range from ±8 volts to ±50 V (100 volt total supply voltage), and an output range up to 15 amps.
Controller combines digital manager and battery charger
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1/6/2006   Post a comment
Summit Microelectronics' SMB118, part of a second generation of multi-output programmable power manager ICs, integrates six precision programmable regulators and a programmable battery charger to cut system size and cost in portable consumer electronics.
Charger IC touts complete, cost-effective solution
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1/6/2006   Post a comment
Maxim says its MAX8730 battery charger IC with integrated 3.3-volt low dropout regulator (LDO) offers the industry's most complete and cost-effective solution for notebook computer and portable equipment applications.
Digital pot interface controls volume and balance
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1/4/2006   Post a comment
Maxim Integrated Products Inc.'s dual, 32-tap, audio-taper digital potentiometers feature a debounced, push-button interface for volume and balance control.
New year brings renewed focus on power management in mobile phones
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1/4/2006   Post a comment
ABI Research says today's high data rates, and the cellphone's evolution into a personal multimedia center means that all eyes are again on handset power consumption and battery life.
Configurable power management IC maximizes battery life
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1/4/2006   Post a comment
The Summit Micro power management and control IC's configurability maximizes battery life, provides design flexibility and improves cycle time for consumer electronics.
Linear Technologies high power LED driver has a 3000:1 PWM dimming range
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1/4/2006   Post a comment
Linear Technology introduces the LTC3783, a current-mode multi-topology converter with constant-current PWM, dimming for driving high-power LED strings and clusters.
Linear Technologies high power LED driver has a 3000:1 PWM dimming range
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1/4/2006   Post a comment
Linear Technology introduces the LTC3783, a current-mode multi-topology converter with constant-current PWM, dimming for driving high-power LED strings and clusters.
SigmaTel acquires MP3 patents, expands IP strategy
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1/3/2006   Post a comment
Mixed-signal semiconductor supplier SigmaTel has acquired the original MP3 player design patents and is expanding its intellectual property licensing program.
LED driver shows true colors
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1/3/2006   Post a comment
Linear Technology's LTC3783, a PWM LED driver that boasts a 3000:1 dimming range for high-power LED strings and clusters, uses digitally-based True Color circuitry to eliminate the color shift normally associated with traditional LED current dimming.
PWM controller offers extra flexibility
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1/3/2006   Post a comment
Touting a high degree of design flexibility, Intersil's ISL6420A PWM controller offers programmable switching frequency, programmable soft start, external compensation, a wide DC input (4-28 volts) to support a broad variety of applications, and two package choices.
Analog switch targets mobile applications
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1/3/2006   Post a comment
Texas Instruments Inc. claims low total harmonic distortion and very low crosstalk make this single-pole, double-throw analog switch suited for mobile applications.
How to dynamically mitigate power supply noise
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1/2/2006   Post a comment
Learn about active noise regulation and active VLSI packaging that take advantage of proximity to the load component to place stable charge reservoirs where they are most needed, close to the high current density and high-speed, transient loads.
Backlight design for large LCD TV screens
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1/2/2006   Post a comment
Today’s backlight inverters must drive CCFL backlight systems with high efficiency, low interference, reliable start up, reliable protection, and tight control of lamp current distribution under multi-lamp environments. A Microsemi engineer explains how.
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