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  • Intelligent Battery Charger Reference Design
    Typically, simple battery chargers do not provide the intelligence to charge different battery technologies or batteries with the same technology but different voltages and capacities. At best, this may leave the battery improperly charged. At worst, it can pose a serious safety hazard
  • TMS320F2802x 12-V Power Reference Design (.pdf)
    This design was created to help those desiring to design-in the TMS320F2802x into a system using a 12-V input voltage bus and is interested in using a power device with integrated FETs for high-efficiency, ease of use and low part count.
  • Anadyne's Next-Gen Detector Log Video Amplifier Foils CW Jamming Threats
    Today's technology enables the integration of the logging circuit and additional support functions, such as voltage references, noise control, low offset control, large bandwidth and uncommitted operational amplifiers.
  • Resistance and Capacitance Meter Using a PIC 16C622
    . The internal voltage reference has two ranges, each capable of 16 distinct voltage levels. Typical applications such as appliance controllers or low-power remote sensors can now be implemented using fewer external components thus reducing cost and power consumption. The 18-pin SOIC or 20-pin SSOP packages
  • DC/DC Conversion
    . A basic linear regulator has three main components: an operational amplifier, a voltage reference and a pass transistor. The main purpose of a linear regulator is to produce a constant, accurate output voltage at a lower magnitude than the input voltage. Beyond the basics, linear regulators often offer
  • Data Line Protectors (.pdf)
    be protected against overvoltages that can exceed 1500 V and surge currents up to 50 A. Data Line Reference Circuit Figure 3.57 shows how a SIDACtor device is used to protect low voltage data line circuits.
  • Applications of the TC62X Solid-State Temperature Sensors
    and amplify their low-level outputs. Since electronic components are already in the circuit, semiconductor manufacturers have begun adding temperature sensing functions to their amplifier and reference circuits. The result has been a new generation of small, easy-to-use temperature sensing products
  • Simplifying Power Supply Design in FPGA-based Systems (.pdf)
    and mixed-signal subsystems also increase, particularly on clocking subsystems that provide low jitter timing references for the FPGA and other board-level components. This white paper describes how to use clock sources with integrated power supply noise rejection, designers can simplify power supply design

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