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posted in August 2004
Filter-free design helps class-D audio amplifier implementations
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8/16/2004   Post a comment
Although class-D amplifiers have been around for a while, only a small number of engineers understand how a class-D amplifier works and what makes it efficient. A Texas Instruments engineer explains why some class-D amplifiers require LC filters while others do not.
My Spice lied to me! Why is this such a common complaint?
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8/7/2004   Post a comment
Take a precision razor (the Spice engine), insert a crappy blade (the Model); the result will be a guaranteed terrible shave, says this analog rascal. Those of you who remember Bill Pacoe's colorful and informative talks at the Analog and Mixed-Signal Applications Conferences will find this an interesting reprise.


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