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Innovation Pushes State of the Art in Voltage References
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Linear Technology's LT6654, LTC6655 and LT6656 voltage references have carefully chosen combinations of features and specifications to make them compatible with common types of applications.
Using LTpowerPlay to Manage the LTC2978 Digital Power Monitor
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The LTC2978 features enable power supply supervision, monitoring, sequencing and trimming with unmatched accuracy.
Virtual Remote Sense
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Compensating for unknown wire drops without remote sensing wires is now possible. The LT4180 continuously modulates the power supply output current to interrogate the line drop.
1ppm Settling Time Measurement for a New Monolithic DAC
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The LTC2753, a new 18-bit DAC, requires careful measurement techniques to verify performance.
Maximum Power Point Control Simplifies Energy Harvesting
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Linear Technology’s LTC3105 boost converter with Maximum Power Point Control extracts the maximum power from a solar cell under varying sunlight conditions.
High-Power Boost/SEPIC/Inverting DC/DC Converters with Fault Protection DC/DC Converters
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Linear Technology’s LT3581 and LT3579 break new ground in high-powered monolithic DC/DC converter technology and include built-in fault protection features.


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