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What is a resistor network?
A circuit containing only resistors, ideal current sources, and ideal voltage sources. This means that relationships between current and voltage are linear.
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2003-02-20 Vishay acquires BCcomponents
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has acquired BCcomponents Holdings BV.
2003-02-20 Vishay acquires BCcomponents
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has acquired BCcomponents Holdings BV.
2009-04-06 Varistors boast ultralow leakage current
AVX Corp. has developed a zinc oxide-based varistor series that exhibits a low leakage current of 2?A maximum.
2001-06-11 Using Xicor digitally controlled potentiometers in commercial RF power amplifier applications
This application note describes how to implement Xicor's digitally controlled potentiometers in commercial RF power amplifier applications.
2007-03-01 Users, not gizmos, should drive design
Developers for the consumer market should worry less about wowing users with gizmos and features, and more about how consumers actually use the devices.
2001-06-12 Understanding the Xicor 3-wire XDCP interface
This application note explains the three-wire interface of Xicor's family of digitally controlled potentiometers.
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.
2016-05-11 Ultra-low ohmic current sense resistors promise low TCR
The Model CSS series from Bourns is aimed at industrial applications and power electronics including battery management systems, switch mode power supplies and motor drives.
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.
2000-12-01 Transient induced failure of miniature resistors
This technical article describes transient signal-induced failures of miniature resistors in circuits.
2001-06-11 Tone, balance and volume control using a quad XDCP
This application note discusses how to achieve tone, balance and volume control using Xicor's digitally controlled potentiometers.
2002-08-26 TNE variable resistors last 1 million cycles
The XV09411XX series of carbon-film, rotary-type variable resistors from Taiwan Noble Electronic Co. Ltd is claimed to last 1 million cycles.
2007-07-09 Tiny, low-voltage varistor fits portable CE devices
TDK has begun volume production of a varistor with reduced voltage perfect for mobile electronic devices.
2008-03-12 Tiny step-down regulator delivers 10A
Linear Technology has announced the LTC3611, a high-efficiency, synchronous buck regulator that delivers up to 10A of continuous output current at voltages as low as 0.6V.
2009-05-08 Tiny current-limit switches promise high-accuracy
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX4995A/MAX4995AL/MAX4995B/MAX4995C/MAX4995AF family of 1.4mm x 1.8mm, high-accuracy, programmable current-limit switches.
2012-08-31 TI touts 1.8V, 5V channel relay drivers
The ULN2003LV relay driver replaces discrete components with a single device to drive lower voltages for data relays and rails within telecommunications equipment.
2003-10-31 Thunder wirewound resistors suit power sources
Suitable for power sources and military electronics, the RX series of wirewound resistors from Thunder Precision Resistors Co. Ltd feature high-pulse load capability and high power dissipation.
2003-11-04 Thunder Precision voltage divider features class 0.025 stability
The standard calibration voltage divider from Thunder Precision Resistors Co. Ltd features class 0.025 stability and advanced thin-film technology.
2004-07-07 Thunder Precision resistors offer >5ppm/C TCR
Thunder Precision announced the availability of its RJM series of metal film resistors that has a very low TCR of >5ppm/C.
2004-07-23 Thunder Precision resistors have 5ppm/C TCR
The RJ series of metal-film resistors from Thunder Precision features a resistance range between 0.1 ohm and 22 megohms 0.02 percent.
2003-11-27 Thunder Precision film resistors offer high pulse loading
The RG series of metal glaze film resistors from Thunder Precision Resistors has a 10,000V maximum working voltage.
2003-03-31 Thunder chip MELF resistors operate to 200V
The MM-204 series of MELF type chip resistors from Thunder Components measures 1.35-by-3.45mm and is rated with a maximum voltage of 200V.
2003-05-13 Thunder cement resistors rated to 10W
Thunder Components Ltd has announced the availability of a line of cement type, metal plate resistors that is rated up to 10W.
2009-11-20 Thick-film resistors achieve 50ppm/C TCR
Yageo Corp. has released the RE precision thick-film resistors with a lower temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) and an improved precision tolerance ratio.
2002-12-09 Temperature compensation for passive LCD Panels
This application note describes how to implement a Temp. compensation with the JUMP LCD controller family.
2004-05-26 Tai Ohm wirewound resistors withstand 300C
The KN series of wirewound resistors from Tai Ohm Electronics feature power ratings of 1/2W, 2W and 3W.
2009-12-01 Switches offer 10 percent accurate current limit
Maxim Integrated Products is offering the MAX14523A/MAX14523B/MAX14523C, a family of adjustable current-limit switches.
2011-09-01 Surface-mount resistors tout 5C7W power rating
The Power Metal Strip resistors from Vishay offer high-temperature capability and allow high-power circuit design.
2003-10-21 Supertex analog switch features bleed resistors
Supertex Inc. has released the HV238, a 220V sixteen-channel, high voltage analog switch IC with built-in bleed resistors.
2012-12-26 SuperFET II boasts low on-resistance, lower gate charge
Fairchild semiconductors' SuperFET II and SuperFET II Easy Drive MOSFETs offers a smaller stored energy in output capacitance for higher efficiency in light-load conditions.
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