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2002-01-30 Maxim battery monitors include internal hysteresis window
The company's new range of battery monitors is claimed to be the first with internal hysteresis window and offers internally trimmed thresholds that eliminate the need for external components.
2010-06-03 Adding hysteresis to low-battery input on the TPS62113
This application report describes how to add hysteresis to the LBI circuitry for the TPS62113 converter.
2001-09-10 AC hysteresis motor jitter variations
This application note explains the cogging and facet flatness variations, which contribute to jitter, in an ac hysteresis motor polygon assembly.
2008-06-16 Unlock precision comparator design
This article discusses several problems with applying typical comparators to precision voltage-level detection and concludes with a new precision comparator that overcomes these problems.
2014-03-13 Selecting a voltage reference
Find out how accuracy specifications and other criteria apply when choosing a voltage reference.
2005-12-16 Nanotubes bend to the task of electronic switching
Samsung and Cambridge University have formed switches that function like mechanical DRAM, dubbed as nanoelectromechanical system.
2003-03-18 Meeting the challenge of fast, cost-effective OLED testing
OLED electrical characteristics differ significantly from inorganic semiconductor-based emitters, which verifies the importance of conducting tests that would yield accurate performance results.
2015-01-27 Measuring capacity vs bias voltage on MLCCs
How can you determine how much capacitance is lost under the conditions in your application? This article explains how to measure capacity versus bias voltage on multi-layer ceramic capacitors.
2004-12-01 Digitalizing analog circuits cuts chip area, increases performance
By replacing analog functions with digital equivalents, you can achieve more predictable performance, simplify testing and reduce chip area.
2007-11-08 Comparator touts 'highest-accuracy' signal detection
National Semiconductor has introduced a low-power precision comparator with integrated 2.048V reference that provides adjustable hysteresis for the highest accuracy signal detection in different systems.
2002-12-26 Sensotec introduces load calibration software
Sensotec Inc. has announced the availability of a load cell calibration software that calculates the linearity and hysteresis.
2002-12-24 Maxim battery monitors eliminate battery chatter
The MAX6439 to MAX6442 battery monitors from Maxim Integrated Products Inc. feature an internal hysteresis window to eliminate low-battery chatter in battery-operated systems.
2015-01-29 Low-footprint power MOSFET drivers support high speed apps
The MCP14A005X and MCP14A015X from Microchip include low input threshold voltages compatible with low voltage MCUs and controllers, while still maintaining strong noise immunity and hysteresis.
2005-09-07 ADC changes sensor signals
IC-Haus GmbH unveiled a 13bit monolithic analog-to-digital converter, which by applying a count-safe vector follower principle, converts sine and cosine sensor signals with a selectable resolution and hysteresis into angle position data
2008-10-03 Wide input range earmarks current-sense amplifiers
Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX9928/MAX9929 low-cost, current-sense amplifiers for monitoring charge and discharge currents.
2010-04-16 When will memristors be ready for prime time?
While memristors represent a potential revolution in electronic-circuit theory akin to the invention of the transistor, it will take a killer application to get it off the ground.
2015-03-31 Voltage monitors draw 6?A quiescent current
Linear Technology bared its single/dual channel LTC2965 and LTC2966 low-dropout regulators that feature wide operating range, low power consumption and accurate monitoring.
2005-10-28 VLDO voltage regulator with input voltage capability down to 0.9V
Linear Technology announced a new I-grade version of its LT3020 LDO regulator for industrial and automotive applications.
2014-08-29 View noisy signals with a stable scope trigger
In this article, we explain how to deal with noise on a signal that poses a triggering challenge for test equipment such as oscilloscopes.
2014-10-06 Understanding digital level shifting
In this article, we will talk about shifting real-world voltages and some of the oddball techniques for doing so. We will kick off with a 3V3 to 5V interface.
2006-02-09 UART supports high-speed data transmission in industrial apps
Exar has released its highest performing UART, an eight-channel device that transmits data at 8Mbps, and targets industrial applications that require high-speed data transmission.
2012-10-05 Troubleshoot, verify 8b/10b encoded signals with real-time scope
Test equipment with features designed for serial bus test can dramatically improve productivity and lead to more reliable, higher performing designs.
2009-08-03 Touch-interface systems pack haptic controller
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX11810 and MAX11811, the first touch-interface systems with integrated 4-wire touchscreen controllers, haptic controller drivers, and IR-based proximity sensing.
2007-08-14 Torque sensor uses non-contacting technology
BI Technologies has developed a torque sensor based on its Magnetorque non-contacting sensor technology for power steering applications.
2009-12-07 Tiny voltage sensing optocouplers fit industrial apps
The optocouplers use threshold sensing input buffer ICs which permit control of threshold levels up to 1,140Vpeak input voltage.
2002-08-29 Timing modules offer end-to-end net solution
TeraSync Inc. has expanded its ATiMe timing product family to include the ATiMe-3S, for Stratum 3/3E, SEC or SMC timing and synchronization.
2003-04-28 TI RS-485 transceivers stretch voltage range
A line of RS-485 transceivers from Texas Instruments offers a common-mode voltage range of -20V to 25V or more than double the range in TIA/EIA-485.
2002-11-08 TI power managers withstand -100V spikes
Designed for use in nominal -48V systems, the TPS2392 and TPS2393 hot swap power managers operate with supply voltages ranging from -20V to -80V and are rated to withstand spikes to -100V.
2005-08-05 TI IC eases power management
TI's new controllers can operate at a user adjustable frequency of 100kHz to 600kHz, while its output frequency is variable with line and load unless synchronized.
2004-02-17 TI device targets printer interface apps
The LVCE161284 from Texas Instruments is claimed to be the first IEEE 1284 interface solution to meet the IEC 61000-4-2 standard for ESD protection.
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