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  1. Pierre Corbeil EDN Class B amplifiers are prone to crossover distortion, which occurs in the output stage in which conduction transfers from one transistor to the other. To prevent crossover distortion, a bias current must flow in both transistors ...
  2. John Ambrose EDN Although you can obtain universal, resistor-programmable switched-capacitor filters that are configurable as notch filters, most cannot operate at bandwidths higher than 100 kHz. Further, the typically 16- to 20-pin packages do not ...
  3. Kenneth Gustafsson EDN Some instrumentation amplifiers use external resistors to set their gain. Unfortunately, the lack of temperature-coefficient matching between the external and the internal resistors results in a high gain drift. If, however, ...
  4. Robert F. Coughlin Electronic Design Adding “intelligence” to measurement systems has become commonplace because 8-bit microcontrollers are inexpensive and widely available, and they can be programmed in many of today’s popular ...
  5. Mitchell Lee LT Journal of Analog Innovation A source of fast pulse edges, simulating a step function, is often useful in making lab measurements of one kind or another. For example, it is possible to evaluate the rise time of RG-58/U or other ...
  6. Stephen Woodward EDN Perhaps the most elementary rule of control-loop design theory is that feedback-loop performance is fundamentally linked to the careful choice and stability of loop gain. Insufficient loop gain leads to poor setpoint accuracy. ...
  7. Kris Lokere, Linear Technology Electronic Design Low-range current (coulomb counting) measurement is a challenge when the associated voltage is relatively high, but a configuration of standard ICs meets the requirements. A coulomb counter can ...
  8. Mike Mitchell EDN The power-up cycle of the supply voltage in embedded-system applications is sometimes not a clean event. This fact holds especially true in battery-operated systems, because the insertion of a battery often causes significant ...
  9. Maxim Integrated Application Note 1872 This application note presents a circuit that uses a low-power CMOS comparator to provide an LED visual indication of a low-battery condition. This LBO (low-battery-indicator) is achieved by pulsing the LED at ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Supply » Maxim » MAX9030
  10. Luca Bruno EDN The Design Idea in Figure 1 is a precision current mirror used to drive two strings of five white LEDs. Figure 1. Current source/mirror driving two LED strings. The op-amp has double negative feedback (since M2 inverts the signal at ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Light » Maxim » MAX4238
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