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2009-03-31 10MHz op amp features rail-to-rail I/O
austriamicrosystems has launched the AS1713 operational amplifier, a high output differential line receiver with a 10MHz, 10V/?s, rail-to-rail I/O performance.
2007-06-19 Instrumentation circuitry using RMS-to-DC converters
Although accurate, RMS conversion often entails limited bandwidth, restricted range, complexity and difficult to characterize dynamic and static errors. Recent developments address these issues while simultaneously improving accuracy.
2010-01-19 SAR ADC achieves 94dB SNR with no cycle latency
The device offers a temperature-compensated internal reference with a production-tested 0.1 percent initial accuracy and 20ppm/C.
2007-07-26 Intersil claims industry-first quad instrumentation amp
Intersil has developed a new suite of RRIO instrumentation amplifiers, including one that it said is an industry-first quad instrumentation amp.
2009-08-04 Zero-drift op amp uses 30% less power
The ADA4051-2 is a chopper-stabilized operational amplifier designed for portable and battery-powered instruments.
2007-06-13 Using tolerance analysis method in product selection
There are two tools that engineers can use to estimate the level of uncertainty with the product selection of components in circuits, namely root-sum-square and extreme value analysis.
2004-06-24 TI ADC eyes high-resolution measurement apps
Texas Instruments Inc. claims that it has developed the industry's smallest four-channel, 24-bit delta-sigma analog-to-digital converter.
2004-04-28 Pericom digital bus switches eye server systems
Pericom Semiconductor has released eight NanoSwitch digital bus switch products that address the operational requirements of next-generation servers.
2015-05-18 Examining a 100V DC energy monitor
To realise the green goal of energy efficiency, a mere power rating might not be sufficient under all circumstances. To achieve more exact results it can be a good idea to monitor the actual current.
2015-04-30 Ensuring EMC-compliance of USB applications
Although the connectors used in daily life may seem robust, those who develop USB applications must still not neglect protection of their interface. Here are guidelines on developing EMC-compliant designs.
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