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Kendall Castor-Perry
Kendall Castor-Perry, Filter Wizard extraordinaire, 5/24/2019   Comment now  
When the insistent drone of massed vuvuzela first imposed itself on the world during televised World Cup matches in 2010, I thought "Huh! Well, they'll soon filter that out". But soon it became clear that removing this narrow-band noise was presenting challenges to broadcast engineers.
Xiuge Yang
Xiuge Yang, Applications Engineer, Industrial Power Products Division at Renesas Electronics America, 5/24/2019   Comment now  
In voltage regulation applications like a battery-powered system, where input voltage can fluctuate or drop to a voltage lower than the required output voltage, a buck converter can provide a well-regulated output voltage. To do this, it is critical to detect the change in the input voltage and quickly respond by either boosting up the low input voltage, ...
Dr. Anup Bhalla
Dr. Anup Bhalla, VP of Engineering, UnitedSiC, 5/22/2019   Comment now  
Wide bandgap (WBG) semiconductors are finding applications in all types of power conversion including in electric vehicles. With their promise of higher efficiency and faster switching speeds yielding potential savings in cost, size and energy, WBG devices are commonly used in chargers and auxiliary converters but have yet to displace IGBTs in traction ...
Casey Morrison
Casey Morrison, Head of systems and applications, Astera Labs, 5/21/2019   Comment now  
The advent of Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) 5.0 and related protocols such as Compute Express Link (CXL) underscore a trend in the data center industry toward heterogenous computing topologies and computation-intensive workloads. Industry heavyweights and aspiring startups alike are developing semiconductor integrated circuits (ICs) to ...
Kendall Castor-Perry
Kendall Castor-Perry, Filter Wizard extraordinaire, 5/18/2019   Comment now  
Previously here on The Filter Wizard we saw how to use a spreadsheet such as Excel to calculate the frequency response of a filter network with a ladder form in Simulate Circuits in a Spreadsheet with some 'Ladderal Thinking'. This form covers a wide range of common filter circuits, from loudspeaker crossover networks through to high performance ...
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 5/18/2019   Comment now   2 comments
Schweizer will embed power MOSFETs directly in a PCB instead of mounted on the board exterior. The thermal benefits of this innovation enable higher power density that is ideal for 48V automotive power systems in Mild Hybrid cars (Courtesy of NY Daily News).
Most recent post, steve.taranovich, 5/22/2019 12:50:00 PM
@DaveR1234---Good point! We will be watching
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