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LTpowerCAD II: A Design Tool for Switching Regulators

Switching power supply design can often be a challenging and time-consuming experience. Typically this requires knowledge of aspects such as control loop compensation, IC operation and capabilities, filtering, and even power loss mechanisms related to DC/DC switching regulators.

The LTpowerCAD design tool provides recommendations for component values and performance estimates specific to the user’s application with Linear Technology’s μModule and monolithic DC/DC regulator products. This guides the user through the entire design process reducing design effort and speeding up design time.
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10/15/2013 05:40 PM EDT | 2 comments
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kassimi
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yeeeeh
kassimi   11/19/2013 8:33:22 PM
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i dont understand any thing . but i think this will give facility in new technology .

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Karen Young
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Its still Cool!
Karen Young   11/3/2013 8:27:57 AM
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Though It has lots of factors to be considered the first that can serve as disadvantages i know that this tool can be a good innovations for  making things easier and efficient. It only needs more improving and enhancing. - Marla Ahlgrimm

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