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Guidelines for Placing the Inductor on a Switch Mode Power Supply Printed Circuit Board
4/8/2019

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A switching regulator for step-down conversion with a critical hot loop shown as the dotted line.

A switching regulator for step-down conversion with a critical hot loop shown as the dotted line.

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