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re: TPS7A30 and LT1175 prove that LDOs are still vibrant and vital
GREAT-Terry   8/31/2010 10:02:06 AM
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LDO is still sexy. It is so simple to use and so stable. More to note is that linear regulator is still the cleanest power supply we have so far. We are seeing more low noise LDO showing up recently. Some claims to have only 6uVrms which is a bit crazy! I hope they really perform as what they advertise. One interesting LDO to note is the parallable LDO from Linear Technology. With the LDO tied together, people can then solve a lot of heat sinking issues. I hope they can offer the negative version ASAP.

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