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Power Management: Designing from a System-level Perspective

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Avatar Engineer   9/9/2010 3:08:13 AM
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Amen, Peter. See it everyday. As for efficient, low noise switchers,... I eat 'em for breakfast. Learn how to keep the currents constant at the inputs and outputs and the noise will be 60dB away! www.avatarengineer.com

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GREAT-Terry   9/5/2010 4:10:06 PM
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It is no doubt switching regulator is more important in today's electronics. I'm sure ADI is seeing great opportunity on it. However, it is still not very easy to really build highly efficient and low noise, yet simple switching regulator.

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