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2012-08-23 Fairchild releases app-specific, reverse polarity switches
Low-power switch prevents damage caused by reverse bias and overvoltage transient events
2002-11-11 Fairchild regulator powers latest AMD processors
AMD has selected Fairchild Semiconductor Int.'s FAN5098 dc/dc voltage regulator IC to support its upcoming Opteron and AMD Athlon processors with Hammer technology
1999-06-29 ESD/EMI protection in wireless handy-set
This paper deals with the AVX Trans-Guard voltage suppressor and how it functions to protect portable devices from ESD/EMI
2001-06-13 Effect of lead wire lengths on protector clamping voltages
This application note discusses the effects of excessive lead lengths (on the suppressors) on the protected circuit.
2010-07-09 ECL protects telecom apps from power surges
Bourns' TBU PL-Series electronic current limiters are triggered by excessive voltage or current, protecting telecommunications applications from surges
2011-02-09 ECL design tolerates AC mains power contact without damage
Bourns TBU DT-Series offers fast reacting circuit protection without compromising performance for sensitive, high speed Ethernet ports in outdoor applications.

2006-08-11 Dual ULDOs tout 'smallest' MLF package
Micrel's new dual ULDOs are offered in one of the industry's smallest packages, a tiny 1.6-by-1.6mm 6-pin MLF package, making them suitable for advanced portable applications.
2007-04-04 DC/DC suits cold-crank conditions in automotives
Linear Technology's LT3684 step-down switching regulator operates within a VIN range of 3.6-34V (36VMAX), making it suitable for load dump and cold-crank conditions found in automotive applications.
2011-03-10 DC/DC regulators for high current applications
International Rectifier releases the iP1837 and iP1827 iPowIR voltage regulators for point-of-load (POL) applications requiring high current
2011-11-18 DC/DC regulators aimed at 3.3V, 5V apps
The devices enable boast ultra-fast transient response while cutting power dissipation in enterprise applications
2007-01-08 DC/DC controller includes differential output sensing
Linear Technology has introduced a synchronous step-down DC/DC controller that provides true differential remote output voltage sensing of both the positive and negative terminals
2008-12-22 Compact inductor handles up to 1MHz frequency
Vishay Intertechnology Inc. has released a new IHLP low-profile, high-current inductor in the 2020 case size, offering an ultralow 3mm profile with a wide inductance range and low DCR.
2006-03-10 Buck regulator powers GPUs in Intel Santa Rosa platforms
Intersil introduced the ISL6263 single-phase buck voltage regulator that powers GPUs or graphics cores used on Intel's Santa Rosa platforms
2013-09-03 Buck converter digital peak current mode control
Learn about the buck converter control theory, system design concepts, hardware design concepts, and the steps involved in software implementation.
2015-03-25 Benefits of power blocks for high-current POLs
A power block is essentially a non-isolated buck converter without the PWM controller. In this article, we pinpoint its advantages for high-current POL applications.
2013-10-11 Avoiding scope errors (Part 4)
The final instalment considers the time scale.
2013-10-07 Avoiding scope errors (Part 3)
Part 3 focuses on inappropriate use of the averaging function.
2013-10-02 Avoiding scope errors (Part 1)
This series looks at four common scope mistakes and gives details on how to avoid them. This particular mistake focuses on bandwidth and sample rates.
2002-06-28 Astec half-brick supplies take the heat, deliver 60A
Astec Power has added the ALH60, a low-voltage half-brick family that is said to deliver 60A at 250C
2003-01-03 Asia market will power ahead this year
The past year was a very challenging year for manufacturers of power management semiconductors and dc/dc converters.
2002-11-29 Artesyn rolls niPOL converter for DDR-SDRAM
Artesyn Technologies has launched what is touted to be the industry's first dual-output niPOL converter for DDR-SDRAM.
2003-04-30 Artesyn POL converters power Intel CPUs
Artesyn Technologies has launched a pair of high-current, POL dc/dc converters that support Intel's Xeon and Pentium 4 processors.
2003-12-12 Arques buck controller with two LDOs
Arques Technology has introduced the AQ9220 3-output voltage controller that provides a dual-phase synchronous buck switcher plus two LDO controllers
2004-01-26 9 Corp. terminator operates from 50kHz to 2GHz
The ground transient terminator from 9 Corp. features a voltage wave of 1.2?s x 50?s up to 6kV and current wave of 8?s x 20?s at 3kA.
2007-12-12 400mA linear regulators withstand 6V
Advanced Power Electronics has released the APE8912N/APE8913N, high-performance 400mA LDO linear regulators that offer ultralow dropout, low noise, high stability and high PSRR LDO circuit.
2006-06-22 300mA dual ULDO offers 'lowest' dropout
Micrel's new voltage linear regulator is touted to offer the industry's lowest dropout for a 300mA dual LDO
2013-05-16 100mA synchronous buck converter ready for always-on apps
The LTC3639 buck converter operates from an input voltage range of 4.5V to 150V, eliminating the need for an external transient suspension device and delivers efficiencies as high as 92 per cent.
2008-06-12 'Smallest' DC/DC converter remits high performance
National Semiconductor Corp. recently launched what it claims as the smallest step-down DC/DC converter that is optimized for powering high-performance processors from a single Li-ion cell battery in mobile phones, personal media players and other mobile devices.
2009-09-03 Transceiver guards against common mode transients
Isolating the logic level interface and line transceiver enables common mode rejection of >30kV/?S.
2003-03-18 Shih-Hang varistors withstand 1.8kV
The VCR series of varistors from Shin-Hang Electronics Enterprise Co. Ltd is capable of withstanding 18V to 1.8kV.
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