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Company: "Linear Technology"
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  1. Fran Hoffart, Linear Technology Design Note 491 Introduction Advances in low power electronics now allow placement of battery-powered sensors and other devices in locations far from the power grid. Ideally, for true grid independence, the batteries ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power · Solar » Linear Technology » LTC3105, LTC4071
  2. Victor Khasiev, Linear Technology Design Note 553 Introduction Data loss is a concern in telecom, industrial and automotive applications where embedded systems depend on a consistent supply of power. Sudden power interruptions can corrupt data ...
  3. Glen Brisebois EDN Ideal triangle waves involve infinite d 2 V/dt 2 , so high-fidelity triangle waves entail very high bandwidths. Micropower circuits have fairly low bandwidth, so generating good triangle waves with such circuitry becomes ...
  4. Jim Williams EDN The VFC (voltage-to-frequency-converter) circuit in Figure 1 achieves a wider dynamic range and a higher full-scale output frequency 100 MHz with 10% overrange to 110 MHz by a factor of 10 over any commercially available converter. ...
    Circuits » Measurement » Linear Technology » LT1460, LTC1150, LTC6943
  5. Jim Williams EDN You use a JFET's self-biasing characteristics to build a dc/dc converter that operates from power sources such as solar cells, thermopiles, and single-stage fuel cells, all of which deliver less than 600 mV and sometimes as ...
  6. Raymond Zheng, Linear Technology EDN The demand for negative-voltage power supplies is increasing with the popularity of applications for portable devices. It can be expensive and relatively complicated to generate a negative supply from a positive ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Linear Technology » LTC1983ES6-5
  7. Keith Szolusha EDN In certain dc/dc-converter applications, on-chip, cycle-by-cycle current limit may be insufficient protection to prevent a failure during a short circuit. A nonsynchronous boost converter provides a direct path from the input to ...
  8. Bob Smith, Linear Technology Design Note 1036 Introduction The LTC®4370 is a 2-supply current sharing, diode- ORing controller that uses MOSFETs to form ideal diodes. In this way, the LTC4370 can actively balance the output currents of two ...
    Circuits » Supply · Power » Linear Technology » LT1716, LT6650, LTC4370
  9. Thomas Mosteller, Linear Technology EDN Despite the long-predicted demise of the 4- to 20-mA current loop, this analog interface is still the most common method of connecting current-loop sources to a sensing circuit. This interface requires the ...
  10. Sajjad Hajdar Electronic Design Most common current-limiting implementations have a voltage drop that’s too high for today's systems with their low-voltage supply rails; this design with its far lower voltage drop is a better fit. There ...
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