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Power Tip 64: Compensate for Cable Drop Without Remote Sensing
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10/9/2013   3 comments
It is possible to put a positive load line on a power supply with a handful of inexpensive parts. In many cases, the added complexity of this circuit is small compared to remote sensing, and it is safer.
Power Tip #2: Taming a noisy power supply
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8/3/2008   1 comment
Focus on the electrical and physical design of the error amp, reference amp, and ramp circuits to minimize problems.
Power Tip #1: Picking the right operating frequency for your power supply
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7/7/2008   1 comment
Low-frequency designs tend to be the most efficient, but are the largest and most costly. Moving higher in frequency improves size and cost at the expense of circuit losses.


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