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2004-12-06 Using the PSoC switch-mode pump in a step-down converter
This app note demonstrates how to use the PSoC internal switch-mode pump to build a step-down regulator.
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
2013-12-23 Synchronous step-down regulators run from 3.5A, 42V supplies
The LT8610A and LT8610AB claim to offer 96 percent efficiency and have Burst Mode operation that keeps quiescent current under 2.5uA in no-load standby conditions.
2011-05-17 Switching regulator offers 55V transient protection
Linear Technology has introduced a 500mA (IOUT), 36V step-down switching regulator with integrated LDO packaged in a 3mmx3mm QFN or MSOP-12E.
2011-08-11 Switching regulator offers 3A VDDQ supply
Linear Technology's LTC3618 is a step-down switching regulator capable of generating the supply voltage and bus termination voltage for DDR/DDR2/DDR3 and future standard memory apps.
2011-07-12 Switching regulator boasts 6A output
The synchronous step-down switching regulator from Linear Technology can generate a bus termination voltage for DDR/DDR2/DDR3 and future standard memory apps requiring sourcing and sinking of current.
2009-01-30 Step-down regulator touts 95% efficiency
Linear Technology Corp. has released the LTC3603 high efficiency, 3MHz synchronous buck regulator that uses a constant frequency, current mode architecture
2012-01-19 Step-down regulator touts 55V transient protection
The H-grade version of the LT3641 boasts 4-42V input voltage range and 150C maximum junction temperature.
2011-07-04 Step-down regulator targets SDRAM controllers
The dual-channel monolithic synchronous step-down regulator launched by Linear is specifically designed for DDR1, DDR2 and DDR3 SDRAM controllers.
2008-03-24 Step-down regulator ready for military apps
From Linear Technology Corp. comes the Military Plastic grade (MP-grade) version of the LTC3414, a high efficiency, 4MHz synchronous buck regulator using a constant frequency, current mode architecture
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.
2009-06-03 Step-down regulator lowers output capacitance
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX17480, a fixed-frequency, step-down regulator designed specifically for the Advanced Micro Devices Inc. serial VID interface CPU.
2007-08-08 Step-down regulator features Trickle Mode operation
Micrel's 2.5MHz dual 800mA synchronous buck (step-down) regulator uses the Trickle Mode switching architecture scheme that enables light load efficiency for Li-ion battery powered systems that require maximum efficiency in order to prolong use.
2007-09-06 Step-down regulator delivers 12A output at 0.6V
Linear Technology Corp. has released the LTC3610 synchronous buck regulator which can deliver up to 12A of continuous output current at voltages as low as 0.6V
2008-08-07 Step-down regulator carries 8A continuous output at 0.6V
The LTC3608 is a high efficiency, synchronous buck regulator that can deliver up to 8A of continuous output current at voltages as low as 0.6V
2008-11-21 Step-down DC/DC converter extends battery life
Operating from input voltages between 2.7V and 5.5V, the austriamicrosystems AS1234 DC/DC converter delivers output voltages as low as 0.6V.
2012-06-13 Step down regulator targets smart meters, sensors
Texas Instruments' 200mA, 60V TPS54061 SWIFT high-density, synchronous step-down regulator offers 90 percent efficiency at 24Vin, 5Vout at 50kHz.
2008-03-14 Small 3MHz step-down regulator delivers 2.5A
Linear Technology says its LTC3602 chip can deliver up to 2.5A of continuous output current at output voltages as low as 0.6V from a 4mm x 4mm QFN.
2004-05-13 Shindengen regulator serves handheld environments
Shindengen America's MD5001 is a step-down regulator designed for tight and demanding thermal environments.
2005-04-07 Regulator provides up to 3A
The MIC2207 from Micrel is a high efficiency PWM buck regulator that provides up to 3A of output current
2006-07-06 Regulator features wide input range
Allegro MicroSystems expanded its current family of step-down regulators by adding a 3A fixed off-time, current-mode-controlled buck-switching regulator.
2011-10-17 Regulator achieves 88% operating efficiency
The LTM8052 has a current limit up to 5A and converts input voltage between 6V to 36V to between 1.2V to 24V.
2005-08-02 PWM buck regulator delivers 3A
Micrel's new PWM buck (step-down) regulator provides up to 3A of output current. It operates at 1MHz and has external compensation that allows a closed loop bandwidth of over 100KHz.
2006-01-27 Micrel regulator enables slimmer phones
Micrel unveiled what it touts as the industry's first 8MHz, 500mA synchronous buck regulator for portable applications
2005-01-11 Micrel buck regulator provides low noise, high efficiency
The new MIC2205 from Micrel is a high efficiency 2MHz PWM synchronous buck regulator that features a LOWQ LDO standby mode
2002-12-20 Maxim step-down regulators occupy 193.55mm&sup2
The MAX1951/MAX1952 1.5A step-down regulators come in an 8-pin SOP that occupies 193.55mm? of board area
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.
2007-07-31 Linear unveils military-grade DC/DC uModule regulator
Linear has developed a complete and encapsulated 10A switching DC/DC regulator system designed for military and avionics applications
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.
2002-09-04 Linear Tech step-down regulator delivers 600mA
The LTC3406B step-down regulator delivers 600mA output current from a 5-lead ThinSOT package, making the device suitable for use in handheld applications with onboard noise-sensitivity circuitry.
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