RadioLocman.com Electronics ru
Advanced Search +
  
» Advanced Technologies
» Analogue Design
» Antique
» Application Notes
» Audio
» Auto-Audio
» Automation
» Automotive
» Bad Prescriptions
» Beginners
» CAD & Software
» Camcorders
» Cellular
» Computers and Peripherals
» Digital
» Domestic
» Games
» High Voltage
» Interfaces
» Laser
» Light
» MCU open-source platforms
» Measurement
» Medicine
» Microcontrollers usage
» Monitors
» Music
» Networks
» Oscillators
» Power
» Radio
» RC Modeling
» Robots
» Satellite
» Security
» Solar
» Supply
» Telephone
» Theory
» Tools and Technologies
» TV
» Video
» Wind Energy
» Wireless
Search results: 467   Output: 31-40
  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
    01-02-2017
  2. Jiaqi Shen EDN Continuous-wave laser diodes in precision-instrument applications require constant-current sources to drive them. Proper design of such a driver must involve careful tackling of robustness, stability, noise, and other issues and is ...
    Circuits » Measurement · Supply » Texas Instruments » LM393, TL1431, TLC070, TPS7201
    01-02-2017
  3. 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 ...
    24-01-2017
  4. Abel Raynus EDN A microcontroller requires dc operating power in the 2 to 5.5 V range, an amount that a battery or a secondary power source can easily supply. However, in certain situations, a microcontroller-based product must operate directly ...
    19-01-2017
  5. Sajjad Haidar EDN A simple blocking oscillator circuit can be used to step up voltage using properties of coil inductance ( V = L di/dt ). Such a circuit is shown in Figure 1, which is more commonly called a Joule thief. Figure 1. Basic Joule Thief ...
    19-01-2017
  6. 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 ...
    11-01-2017
  7. 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
    06-01-2017
  8. Michael Whybray EDN Most desk fans I have come across have three speeds: Full Speed, Almost Full Speed, and Off useless if you want just a gentle air movement, and far too noisy if you are trying to get to sleep (in your bedroom of course, not at ...
    Circuits » Supply · Digital » Texas Instruments » 74HCT191, CD4070B
    06-01-2017
  9. 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 ...
    14-12-2016
  10. Poonam Deshpande Electronic Design A basic combination of a photovoltaic panel, multiple LEDs, and a small dc-dc regulator can provide light in dark corners while also offering a modest auxiliary dc-power rail. A solar-powered, daytime-only lamp ...
    Circuits » Supply · Radio · Light · Solar » ON Semiconductor » MC34063
    14-12-2016
 Pages:

Slices ↓
Radiolocman facebook Radiolocman twitter Radiolocman google plus