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Filtronic, Powerwave revise terms of acquisition
News & Analysis  
9/5/2006   Post a comment
Filtonic plc and Powerwave Technologies, Inc. have revised the terms of their previously agreed transaction whereby the U.S. group would acquire the bulk of Filtronicís wireless infrastructure division in a deal valued at about $336 million.
Details on compensating voltage mode buck regulators
Design How-To  
9/4/2006   Post a comment
Many of today's buck regulators require external compensation, which gives you control over the systems performance. Here is a two part in-depth resource to help you take full advantage of this design feature.
Smallest AC/DC delivers 1 watt for standby power
Product News  
9/1/2006   Post a comment
Designed for standby mode and "green power" applications, Bias Power's expanded BPS micro-size AC/DC switching power supplies are available in ½- and 1-watt models.
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