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2012-01-31 SiC MOSFETs target high frequency apps
Rated at 100A/1200V, the QJD1210010 and QJD1210011 feature -175C junction temperature.
2002-12-02 Shindengen diodes suit portable apps
The G1F series of 2-pin surface-mount diodes measures 3.5-by-1.6-by-0.8mm and is suitable for use in battery apps.
2003-11-05 Rohm power diodes suit printers, power adapters
Rohm Co. Ltd has announced the availability of 17 power diode models that are used for secondary-side rectification in the switching power supplies of products such as printers and power adapters.
2011-07-01 RF power detector operates at -20CC70C
The CPDETLS-4000 features a frequency range of 10MHz to 4GHz and operating temperature range of -20C to 70C.
2014-09-22 Reverse polarity protection methods (Part 2)
In this second instalment, we will continue to examine the advantages and disadvantages of five more methods for protecting against reverse polarity.
2014-09-09 Reverse polarity protection methods (Part 1)
In this article, we will examine the advantages and disadvantages of five different methods for protecting against reverse polarity.
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.
2005-04-01 Replacing halogen lighting with LEDs
Unlike halogen bulbs, LEDs don't suffer from the low efficiency, poor reliability and short lifetime.
2011-01-25 Rectifiers up solar cell junction box current density
Vishay Intertechnology rolls four 45V TMBS trench MOS barrier Schottky rectifiers packaged in SMPC and axial-leaded packages that are aimed at solar bypass apps.
2007-01-25 Rectifiers promise ultralow voltage drop
Diodes Inc. has launched the SBR product family packaged in the company's proprietary high performance PowerDI123.
2001-09-19 Rectifier reverse switching performance
This application note discusses the factors to be considered when using rectifiers in higher switching speeds or higher frequency of operation.
2005-01-17 Power MOSFETs for smaller dc-dc converters
Developing power MOSFETs mounted in dc-dc converters minimizes power constraints as the speed of CPUs and memory installed in PCs and servers continue to integrate more sophisticated functions.
2009-03-03 Power modules come in eco-friendly packages
Vishay Intertechnology Inc.'s Gen VII series of general-purpose high-voltage power modules feature increased current handling capability, lighter weight, lower thermal resistance, improved reliability and a totally Pb-free construction.
2005-06-28 PolyIC unveils 13MHz rectifier
PolyIC GmbH has presented a polymer-based rectifier diode that works at frequencies up to and beyond 13MHz to a learned conference, according to the company's website
2004-09-28 Philips rectifier diodes make smaller devices possible
To help manufacturers meet the demand for smaller, more feature rich devices, Philips released its portfolio of MEGA Schottky rectifier diodes.
2013-11-26 Parallel Schottkys as secondary rectifiers
Here's an overview of power losses and the consequential junction temperature rise of two parallel Schottkys.
2000-04-14 Parallel and redundant power supply design
This application note describes the paralleling of power supplies to achieve either greater output power or redundant operation with the LP and NET models.
2003-06-30 ON Semi devices come in SOD-123FL packages
ON Semiconductor has added the SOD-123FL package to its portfolio of discrete components.
2014-06-12 Novel diodes from ST aimed at battery chargers
Available in the ranges from 15A to 2x30A and from 45-60V, the FERD devices are based on a patented ST technology that achieves the best-in-class VF/IR for a given silicon surface area.
2005-06-22 NIS6111 BERS_ IC (better efficiency rectifier system) switching application note
This app note details NIS6111 BERS that consists of an integrated control IC and a low RDS (on) power MOSFET to replace the Schottky diode using hybrid technology.
2012-09-07 MOSFETs, diodes aimed at wireless charging
Toshiba's small signal middle power type Schottky barrier diodes and dual N-channel MOSFETs target wireless power transfer applications for devices such as mobile phones, tablets and notebooks.
2007-06-12 MOSFETs target low-voltage apps
Fairchild Semiconductor launches seven MicroFET products, which target low-voltage applications in the
2009-11-24 MOSFET boasts low reverse leakage current
Fairchild Semiconductor's MicroFET tips improved power dissipation and conduction loss compared to other MOSFETs.
2003-06-27 Mitsubishi GaAs FET targets 14GHz apps
The Semiconductor Division of Mitsubishi Electric & Electronics Inc. has introduced two GaAs HFET products.
2010-10-04 Miniature 0402 diodes support multiple apps
Skyworks Solutions Inc. introduced four miniature 0402 diodes the SMP1320-040LF (PIN), SMP1330-040LF (limiter), SMP1352-040LF (PIN), and SMS7630-040LF (Schottky).
2016-02-10 Linear Tech controller yields load current-monitoring output
The LTC4236 regulates a 15mV forward voltage drop across the ideal diode MOSFETs to prevent DC reverse current, while ensuring smooth current transfer during supply switch-over.
2012-02-24 ISSCC witnesses first terahertz CMOS
Researchers from the University of Texas have integrated a terahertz imager on-a-chip by fabricating high-speed Schottky diodes in CMOS.
2006-06-02 ISL6700EVAL1 general purpose design tool
The ISL6700 general purpose design tool is a simple evaluation board which can help the user rapidly construct an isolated DC/DC converter in several configurations.
2001-09-19 Introduction to rectifiers
This application note provides a brief discussion on the basic characteristics and parameters of rectifiers.
2012-06-05 Ideal diode controller tips negative input protection
The LTC4359 high voltage ideal diode controller targets harsh automotive environments such as during load dump, cold crank, two-battery jumps, and reverse battery connections.
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