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posted in June 2013
Product How To: Calculating power with a scope
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6/27/2013   Post a comment
Teledyne LeCroy’s Art Pini explains the math behind automatic power calculations on an oscilloscope equipped with power analysis software.
LG to invest in Active-Semi, power technology developer
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6/25/2013   2 comments
Active-Semi has gotten investment help, in an undisclosed amount, from LG Electronics Inc. The company hopes it will open the door for its power management chips to go inside the next-generation mobile devices in Asia.
TI power management chipsets use fast-charge technology
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6/21/2013   2 comments
Texas Instruments introduced two power management chipsets that use its new MaxLife fast-charge technology, which stretches the life of single-cell lithium-ion batteries and lets consumers charge them faster.
Qualcomm plugs wireless charging into cars, desks
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6/21/2013   19 comments
Qualcomm licensed Gill to sell its wireless charging technology based on the A4WP spec into products for cars and office equipment.
AC voltage motor drives look to digital isolators
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6/20/2013   1 comment
Isolation is integral to AC voltage motor drives. Here are the benefits of digital isolators, including reductions in cost and component count.
Power Tip 60: Three simple split-rail power supply topologies
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6/6/2013   4 comments
Here are three power-supply topology options to meet these types of requirements with varying degrees of performance and costs.
Reference design: One volt Bluetooth Low Energy advertise-only beacon
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6/5/2013   1 comment
Communicate one way. Bluetooth Low Energy advertise-only mode is used here in low-cost a beacon device.
Maxim’s CEO on analog, Intel, Samsung and more
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6/4/2013   4 comments
Maxim chief executive Tunc Doluca talks about his new 90nm analog process, his integration strategy, Intel, Samsung and China.


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