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posted in March 2006
How to improve linear regulator power supply ripple rejection and output noise
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3/29/2006   Post a comment
Many applications need to control power supply ripple rejection and output noise but to best accomplish this you need to understand the five main regulator types. Here's a practical tutorial that's useful for all levels of design engineers to find out what the tradeoffs are in your design yet help improve ripple rejection and output noise.
IP key in CMOS image sensors
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3/27/2006   Post a comment
One of the largest growth markets in the semiconductor industry continues to be CMOS image sensors. The inclusion of the "unblinking eye" in mobile handsets, optical mice and the like has driven this growth over the last few years and is projected to continue to fuel growth in the foreseeable future. The revenue for CMOS image sensors grew 65.9 percent in 2004 from the year before and is expected to reach $4.64 billion by 2007.



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