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posted in August 2003
Tiny LDOs tout low output voltages
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8/27/2003   Post a comment
Chips charge up for lithium-ion
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Seize the power, win the battle of the grid
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8/21/2003   Post a comment
If the recent loss of power across the Northeast United States makes you think of the Aug. 14, 1914, Battle of the Frontiers and the Guns of August, I'd be delighted.
Two-phase scheme used for dc/dc
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8/21/2003   Post a comment
Using a new two-phase spread-spectrum switching architecture to minimize harmonics, Linear Technology's LTC3252 inductorless step-down dc/dc converter can deliver up to 250 milliamps of continuous current at each output.
Reference design powers 45-W LCDs
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8/19/2003   Post a comment
130-W ac/dc does duty on desktop
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POL converters deliver up to 15 A
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Voltage converter outputs 100 mA
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D/A converter, dual op amp make voltage output programmable
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8/4/2003   Post a comment
Some specialized power-controller ICs accept a digital code and produce the corresponding output, but they often represent overkill for a particular application. A Maxim applications expert shows what could be done with an 8-bit D/A converter.


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