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2002-11-08 IR MOSFET-Schottky device delivers 40 percent more current
The IRF7335D1 Dual FETKY device co-packages two n-channel MOSFETs and a Schottky diode in a single SO-14 package, while delivering up to 11A of current - 40 percent more than the company's previous IRF7901D1 device
2006-03-08 White LED driver integrates Schottky diode
Linear Technology announced the LT3491, a constant current white LED driver, which features an integrated Schottky diode on-chip
2006-08-11 Maxim launches step-down regulator with internal switch
Maxim's new step-down regulator with 14V internal switch is suitable for LCD displays, POL regulators and other 8V/12V industrial-equipment apps
2008-08-01 Linear proposes replacement for lossy Schottky diodes
From Linear Technology comes the LTC4358, a single high voltage ideal diode controller utilizing an internal 5A MOSFET to provide a simple, low loss replacement to Schottky diodes in high current applications.
2003-11-03 Linear converter has integrated Schottky, soft-start
The LT3461/A device from Linear Technology is a 1.3/3MHz, step-up dc-dc converter that combines an internal 40V, 300mA switch
2009-06-24 Step-down regulator packs internal boost switch
From Maxim Integrated Products comes the MAX17083 low-voltage, step-down regulator with an internal boost switch
2007-04-17 48V diode-OR controller replaces Schottky diodes
Linear Technology introduced the LTC4355 dual diode-OR controller, which allows Schottky diodes to be replaced by n-channel MOSFETs in high availability systems
2007-04-03 WLED driver uses true single-wire digital interface
Micrel has launched the MIC3289, a 1.2MHz PWM WLED driver featuring internal Schottky diode and true single-wire digital interface for brightness control and enable function.
2015-01-12 Turning tiny, boring designs into fun tasks
In this article, we explain how letting analogue do much of the work can simplify the task of adding some functionality to a control system.
2012-01-31 SiC MOSFETs target high frequency apps
Rated at 100A/1200V, the QJD1210010 and QJD1210011 feature -175C junction temperature.
2015-09-17 Dual-channel generators operate from 3V to 20V
The LT3095 from Linear Tech offers a simple, compact solution footprint with good efficiency for instrumentation amplifiers, RF and data conversion systems, and other low noise biasing applications.
2004-12-15 Boost converters offer 'smallest possible inductor-based solution'
Texas Instruments announced a family of synchronous boost converters that can power up to five series white light emitting diodes.
2002-11-27 Researchers foresee availability of low-cost Geiger counters
GaAs diodes are being used to build real-time nuclear-radiation detectors that their inventors promise will be as small and cheap as today's non-real-time "dosimeter" badges.
2005-04-13 Dc-dc converter measures 50mm?
Linear Technology Corp. unveiled a 1A, 1.2MHz step-up micropower dc-dc converter with an integrated Schottky diode and output disconnect circuitry in a low profile DFN package
2007-12-18 How to build efficient power supplies
A solution to one aspect of PoE is discussed utilizing the ON Semiconductor NCP1031 series of monolithic, high-voltage switching regulators with internal MOSFET
2007-10-16 Tiny LED driver powers 10 50mA LEDs
Linear Technology has announced the LT3590, a 48V, buck mode DC/DC converter designed to operate as a constant-current LED driver.
2007-11-19 Step-up converter aids design of tiny handhelds
AnalogicTech introduces a synchronous step-up converter, which offers high output current and low startup voltage in a compact package.
2007-10-24 Power managers for OLEDs offer 90% efficiency
National Semiconductor Corp. has added three new power management products for driving LEDs and OLED displays to its PowerWise energy-efficient product family.
2007-11-01 Perform power factor correction efficiently
Take a peek at the inner workings of a board that can perform continuous conduction mode power factor correction efficiently and with a minimum number of peripheral components.
2004-02-06 Multiphase synchronous boost converter suits portable apps
Growing features in handheld devices, such as mobile phones, digital cameras and other portable devices, demand higher load current and circuit density.
2011-05-11 Micro PMIC supports Li-Ion powered devices
austriamicrosystems introduces the AS3605 Micro PMIC designed for portable devices powered by a single-cell Li-Ion battery.
2002-02-20 Linear Tech step-down switching regulator provides 300mA output
The LTC3405 synchronous step-down switching regulator delivers up to 300mA of output current from a 2.5V to 5.5V input voltage range making it suitable for single-cell Li-ion battery-powered applications such as cellular phones, PDAs, and digital cameras.
2004-01-23 Linear Tech IC has p-channel MOSFET
Linear Technology Corp. has introduced the LTC4411 low loss Power Path controller that contains a 140 milliohm P-channel MOSFET.
2016-02-15 How to prevent latchup in CMOS chips
Latchup becomes a real problem when you try to power up and down different sections of your design to save power. Find out how to address this issue.
2016-04-25 Guard against latchup in CMOS chips
Find out how to deal with latchup, which becomes a real problem when you try to power up and down different sections of your design to save power.
2008-01-14 Glitch-free portable charging
A USB-based battery charger must extract as much power from the USB port as efficiently as possible to meet the stringent thermal constraints of today's power-intensive applications.
2007-09-27 FET module saves space in synchronous buck designs
Fairchild Semiconductor's FDMS9600S and FDMS9620S are two highly integrated modules that significantly reduce board space while providing the ability to achieve higher conversion efficiency in synchronous buck designs.
2008-10-16 EMC issues for hysteretic converters in LED driving
The use of LEDs in a wide range of lighting applications is rapidly increasing. In order to maximize the efficiency improvements that the LEDs offer they must be driven from switching regulators rather than power hungry linear circuits. One of the most versatile inductive switching topologies is the hysteretic converter. To ensure these converters are used effectively in a fully EMC compliant manner their limitations must be understood.
2007-10-16 Efficient boost converter saves power
Developing a power supply circuit for portable electronic equipment requires design engineers to extend battery life by maximizing the power efficiency and minimizing power dissipation throughout the system.
2005-04-18 Dc-dc switching converter with synchronous rectification
ON Semi unveiled a monolithic, micro-power, high-frequency step-up dc-dc switching converter that boosts the voltage from one or two NiMH or NiCd cells up to a usable level of 1.8V or 3.3V
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