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2006-11-27 Development board speeds digital SMPS design
Microchip Technology's dsPICDEM buck SMPS development board comes with sample software and tutorial to help designers quickly evaluate and develop their digital SMPS and power-conversion designs.
2013-03-07 Developing video image stabilisation IP for FPGAs
Image stabilisation can improve many practical viewing systems, spanning a wide range of applications in defence and security sectors.
2012-10-10 Developing reset-aware OVM testbench
Learn about each verification component and the changes required in consideration of the reset conditions.
2013-08-02 Develop a voltage regulator general purpose board
Read about the development and implementation of a voltage regulator GPB for lab automation characterisation.
2005-09-05 Designing with ultra-low voltage MOSFET arrays
The quest to achieve ever-lower operating voltage and lower power consumption levels in circuit design is a trend that has placed difficult challenges on electrical engineers
2005-09-05 Designing with ultra-low voltage MOSFET arrays
The quest to achieve ever-lower operating voltage and lower power consumption levels in circuit design is a trend that has placed difficult challenges on electrical engineers
2014-03-21 Designing wearable UV index sensor devices
Learn how to use Si1132 and Si114x UV index sensors to build a wearable UV sensor device to monitor levels of UV radiation.
2008-03-27 Designing RF with op amps (Part 1)
Operational amplifiers were not originally thought of as candidates for RF design, but the advent of newer, faster devices has made them an attractive option for some applications.
2015-08-10 Designing phase adjustable PA for 5G front-ends
In this article, we describe the design of a 4-channel transmitter IC with each channel containing a power amplifier with integral 4bit phase shifter.
2007-05-14 Designing high-performance automotive electronics
The current growth rate of body electronic systems is outpacing vehicle production by a factor of four to one.
2008-05-05 Designing DSP-based digital DC/DC power supply (Part 2)
The conclusion of a two-part series on methods of digital controller design, discusses the second approach known as direct digital design.
2008-04-23 Designing DSP-based digital DC/DC power supply (Part 1)
This article describes a step-by-step DSP-based digital control design and implementation of a high frequency DC/DC converter, illustrating two different approaches to digital control design: design by emulation and direct digital design.
2015-08-27 Designing custom digital filter (Part 3)
Bet you thought that Part 2 wrapped up our custom digital filter discussion. But it still had one trick left up its sleeve. Find out what it is.
2015-08-25 Designing custom digital filter (Part 2)
In this article, we show that there is much more to making a practical filter than just getting a transfer function that calculates out nicely.
2015-08-17 Designing custom digital filter (Part 1)
In this article, we describe the process of designing of a decimation filter for a "quite high quality" audio communication system.
2005-04-18 Designing an optimal wireless SoC
The ultimate challenge in designing high-speed chips in wireless devices lies in the integration of the RF transceiver into an SoC.
2009-02-02 Design tools simplify RF systems dev't
Analog Devices Inc. has released two free downloadable software tools that can ease RF systems design.
2013-09-25 Design Linux-based femtocell base-station (Part 1)
Here's the first of a two-part series on how to build a wireless femtocell using a single chip base-station SoC and a Linux-based fast-path architecture.
2008-03-07 Design fuel gauging for multicell Li-ion battery pack (Part 2)
This is the conclusion of the two-part article that describes how the fuel gauging technology, the Impedance Track from TI, tackles these challenges in battery design and presents a brief example of a three-series, two-parallel battery pack solution.
2006-01-13 Design and analysis of a basic class D amplifier
Deceptively complex, Class D amplifiers have a whole series of practical problems that must be overcome to achieve an acceptable result.
2008-05-22 Design aidsmulticontext switch event kernel
This application note from Cypress Semiconductor describes an event-based, multicontext switching micro-kernel that requires 2bytes of SRAM and minimal flash memory.
2009-04-01 Design 101: Class D amplifiers
Class D audio amplification is fast becoming the solution of choice in consumer audio because of its ability to extend long battery life and compact dimensions.
2006-03-01 Delicate balancing acts ensure balun performance
There are several approaches to making the transition between balanced and unbalanced topologies.
2013-08-20 Dealing with SMPS efficiency, thermal behaviour
Find out how to tackle the efficiency and thermal behaviour of SMPS with SPICE technology.
2016-02-11 Dealing with noisy motor: Traditional compensation
In this article, we present a typical method for compensating the vibration and audible noise, including the tuning required by this method.
2008-05-26 DDS-based clock jitter performance vs. DAC reconstruction filter performance
This application note by David Brandon and Ken Gentile from Analog Devices describes the results obtained from a filter layout experiment and discusses how layout and component selection impact stop-band rejection.
2007-06-28 DC/DC regulator takes up only 1.35cm?
Linear Technology Corp. has expanded its LTM4600 family with a DC/DC uModule regulator that occupies only 1.35cm? of board area and operates from a lower input voltage.
2007-12-28 DC/DC controller produces up to 30V output
Linear Tech says its LT3742, a 100 percent duty cycle dual output step-down switching regulator DC/DC controller produces output voltages up to 30V.
2010-06-30 DC/DC controller achieves high efficiency at light load
The MIC2165 DC/DC controller employs a Hyper Light Load feature to achieve very high efficiencies at light load conditions.
2013-06-28 DC Accelerometer uses gas damped MEMS technology
The 4610A is a rugged, ultra-low-noise DC accelerometer operates over a wide temperature range of -55C to 125C and shock and vibration levels up to 2,000g's.
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