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Jerry Steele
Jerry Steele, Applications Engineering Manager, ON Semiconductor, 8/16/2018   Comment now  
In high frequency switched systems where you measure current with a shunt, you may observe problems such as excessive amplitude on sine wave current ripple, overshoots on square wave ripple or any rapid transition of current, or excessive high-frequency noise. These problems are due to current shunt inductance, which becomes more significant at lower ...
Raj Nair, PI consultant at Anasim.
Raj Nair, PI consultant at Anasim. , , 8/15/2018   Comment now  
An Elegy for Moore's Law The Jevons Paradox and Moore's Law
Dennis Feucht
Dennis Feucht, Electronics Engineer, 8/15/2018   Comment now  
In the last chat, Magnetics Design Chat: Part 1, Optimal Design of Magnetics Components, our goal was to maximize transfer-power density in a magnetic component so that for a given maximum power, the component is as small as possible. The basic formula for transfer of power through a magnetic core was expressed by the simple relationship:
Frederik Dostal
Frederik Dostal, Power management technical expert, Analog Devices, 8/11/2018   Comment now  
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Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 8/10/2018   Comment now  
This blog series is focused on GaN, a substrate for integrated circuits that shows exceptional performance in terms of wide frequency broadband especially suitable for very high-speed data transmission applications like the new 5G communication standard:
Steve Taranovich
Steve Taranovich, Editor-in-Chief, Planet Analog, 8/9/2018   Comment now  
I have a pathological interest in the promotion of electric vehicles; Formula E racing is one of the most exciting venues for techies like myself. See some of my articles on Formula E in the links at the end of this blog.
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