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Regulator steps negative voltage
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Positive-stepdown switching regulators abound in the electronics industry, but the complementary negative-stepdown function (converting a negative voltage to a smaller negative voltage) is rare by comparison.
Viterbi method improves with more samples per read
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Improving the pulse discrimination of the maximum-likelihood or Viterbi detector involves increasing the number of samples used to determine each match with the desired partial-response target.
Networking market spurs roll-outs
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