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Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 12/22/2014   Comment now  
Editor's note: We introduce guest blogger Mike Salas, VP Marketing, Ambiq Micro. Mike has over 23 years of semiconductor experience leading both large businesses for established technology companies as well as small company startup operations. Prior to joining Ambiq Micro, he was the Vice President and General Manager of the Microcontroller Division at ...
Scott Elder
Scott Elder, Principal Engineer, nk Linear, 12/22/2014   Comment now  
I've had it with LED lamps. The world has been told that LEDs are the future, in part because they are economically the right form of long-term lighting, and there are environmental benefits as a great aside. Well, maybe the environmental argument is true, but the economical one is not.
Paolo Scalisi
Paolo Scalisi, Senior Test Product Engineer, STMicroelectronics, Italy, 12/22/2014   Comment now  
Electronic systems can really improve the quality of our lives. This is the basic idea behind the effort of many big companies in the microelectronics sector in creating smart solutions for a better life. An example is STMicroelectronics Company, which has recently exhibited at i-Sedex 2014 edition in Seoul, Korea. Its portfolio of products for many ...
Timothy Patel
Timothy Patel, Technical Marketing Manager, Electronics Business, Littelfuse, 12/22/2014   Comment now  
Editor's note: Guest editor with Tim Patel is Johnny Chang, Product Manager, Littelfuse, Inc.
Jonathan Harris
Jonathan Harris, Product Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, 12/19/2014   Comment now  
In my recent series of blogs, we have been looking at driving the power supply inputs of an ADC. This led to a discussion of the ADIsimPower design tool. We looked at how to use it with the ADP2114 and the ADP2442 to derive a circuit solution to provide power supply inputs for an ADC. The tool is quite handy for this purpose and allows us to generate ...
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 12/17/2014   Comment now   3 comments
The power stage of switching converters can be modeled essentially as a PWM-switch. A switch seems to be far from the kind of circuit element that can be linearized, but it can be. This Part 2 develops a linear model of the PWM-switch.
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