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2007-09-21 Precision op amps feature low noise
National Semiconductor has introduced two precision op amps that offers what the company claims the industry's lowest input voltage noise and highest accuracy for products operating at low frequencies and low supply voltage.
2006-04-24 Op amps amplify low-level analog signals simply
Cirrus is launching this family of op amps with four parts: two single and two dual versions.
2002-09-17 Zetex varactors fit low voltage systems
The ZV950 series of hyperabrupt varactor diodes is designed to meet the needs of 3V frequency control and filtering systems.
2011-08-18 Zero-drift op amp delivers low noise of 8.8nV/rtHz
TI's dual-channel OPA2188 targets high- and low-voltage supply applications needing ultra-high precision, such as test and measurement equipment and electronic weigh scales
2014-07-18 Zero-drift amp boasts low power, high accuracy
The MCP6N16 from Microchip increases DC performance by enabling ultra-low offset, low-offset drift, and superior common-mode and power-supply rejection, while reducing the adverse effects of 1/f noise
2014-02-06 Voltage reference fundamentals
Learn about the basic DC voltage source or a voltage reference, as well as some discrete designs
2008-05-16 Vishay tips ultrahigh-precision voltage divider
Vishay's new ultrahigh-precision SMT flip-chip voltage divider is built on the company's 'Z- foil' technology, which reduces the resistive component's sensitivity to ambient temperature variations and applied power changes
2014-03-06 Utilising audio amps for voltage splitting
Here's a look at several voltage splitters built around power audio amplifiers
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
2004-11-01 TI amplifiers mix high-gain adjust range, low noise
Texas Instruments introduced a wideband, voltage-controlled amplifier from its Burr-Brown product line
2005-07-04 The right voltage supervisor improves system reliability
When designing circuit boards, remember voltage supervisors to prevent unpredictable behaviors
2005-08-22 Ten steps to a low cost, high performance switcher to power your FPGA
Here's a simple synchronous buck regulator circuit that can provide high performance at a very low cost
2006-04-27 Switches combine USB, low distortion capabilities
Intersil Corp.'s dual single-pole, double-throw switches are said to combine low distortion audio and accurate USB 2.0 full speed data signal switching in the same low voltage device
2005-05-04 Switch with low parasitic capacitance
The HV238 from Supertex is a 220V 16-channel high voltage analog switch IC with output bleed resistors
2002-11-25 Surface-mount oscillator boasts low offset jitter
MF Electronics' surface-mount R2950 clock oscillator is designed for advanced portable, wireless, and SONET systems.
2005-05-26 Supertex PWM controller IC uses low noise boost-buck topology
The new HV9930 from Supertex is a variable frequency PWM controller IC designed to control an LED lamp driver using a low noise boost-buck topology
2009-04-03 Step-up converter delivers low-noise output
Maxim Integrated Products has launched the MAX15031, a constant-frequency, PWM step-up converter designed for low-voltage systems that require a locally-generated high voltage
2005-07-27 ST op amps deliver very-low noise, ultra-low power consumption
ST launched a family of high-speed operational amplifiers featuring very-low noise and ultra-low power consumption, designed for logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, video drivers, imaging systems and battery-powered instrumentation
2014-03-13 Selecting a voltage reference
Find out how accuracy specifications and other criteria apply when choosing a voltage reference
2008-04-29 Ripple and noise measurements with DC/DC switch-mode power supplies
This application note will summarize the set-up, methodology and practical measurement guidelines to accurately measure input and output voltage ripple (or switching noise) in all SMPS DC/DC topologies, as well as charge pump (switched capacitor) regulators
2005-10-24 Resistors reduce switch noise
Supertex rolled out two new low charge injection, 16-channel, 200V analog switch ICs that tout improved density and performance
2005-02-17 Quiet JFET features nearly zero popcorn noise
Linear Integrated Systems' new JFETs provide low noise at both high and low frequencies with a narrow range of saturated drain current and low capacitance
2005-11-24 Phototriacs with low trigger current
Vishay Intertechnology unveiled a new line of phototriacs that feature a low trigger current of 1.6mA
2009-06-09 Op amps combine high precision, low noise
Maxim Integrated Products has released the MAX9943/MAX9944/MAX9945 family of high-voltage, low-power operational amplifiers
2011-04-19 Op amplifier boasts lowest-noise, zero-drift
Analog Devices has released the ADA4528 zero-drift operational amplifier designed for instrumentation and medical applications that require precision over time and temperature without system calibration.
2005-07-14 New CMOS amplifiers with voltage noise like bipolar amplifiers
Linear Technology announced a new class of CMOS amplifiers with voltage noise like bipolar amplifiers
2002-02-01 National Semiconductor amplifiers exhibit low noise, draw low power
Based on the company's VP10 process, the LMH6622/LMH6639/LMH6644 amplifiers offer low noise, low power and high bandwidth for communications and other high-speed applications
2003-10-27 Micrel IC reduces input ripple, noise
Designed for driving white LEDs in cellphones, PDAs, digital still cameras and camcorder apps, Micrel's dc-dc converters implement 1.2MHz PWM control.
2005-03-02 Medical-grade supplies keep a low profile
Advanced Power Solutions' new family of 60W medical-grade power supplies tout the best-in-class low-profile design in an industry standard 2-by-4 inch footprint
2011-11-16 Making low power possible in wireless sensor networks
Find out why low power features and integration of modules in a single chip are vital for a rugged and efficient node development
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