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60V High-Current Step-Down LED Driver Controller
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The meaning of the term “high power LED” is rapidly evolving.
38V, 10A DC/DC ìModule® Regulator with Fault Protection Powers High-End ASICs and FPGAs
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Pulsed loading conditions and abnormal disturbances within the electrical systems found in industrial, vehicle, avionic and other harsh environments can induce wildly varying voltage transients on what is nominally a 24VDC or 36VDC distributed bus.
LS8 Package Improves Stability of Voltage References
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Stability of precision electronic circuits is often dominated by the stability of the voltage reference.
80V, 98% Efficient, 4-Switch Synchronous Buck-Boost Controller IC with 4 Regulation Loops Enable the Design of Many High Power and Flexible Power Conversion Circuits.
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In today’s modern electronic systems, the need for power conversion circuits that can do more then simply convert one voltage to another is growing.
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Douglas Kent explains Supply Chain Resiliency and how the phrase “massively multidimensional” ties in with Supply Chain Resiliency.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 233: The Arc of Innovation
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Paul Cunningham of Cadence, whose startup Azuro was acquired by the EDA giant, talks about how to innovate in companies from large to small.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 232: Kicking the Crystal Habit
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Baljit Chandhoke, principal applications engineer, describes IDT's crystal-free oscillators, a technology that's disrupting decades-old quartz oscillators.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 231: The Telematics of Scooters
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Anwar Sukkarie, founder of Vancouver-based Saturna Green Systems, talks about the embedded systems design challenges of putting sophisticated telematics in electric scooters.
Drive for Innovation Chapter 230: The on and offshoring of manufacturing
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Randall Muncy, chief engineer at Texas-based CE Labs, describes how his company considers the benefits of on and offshoring in the context of potential customers. Parts Search

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