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Low Voltages & Fast Transients Can Cause Problems

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Brad Albing
Brad Albing
4/4/2013 10:51:29 AM
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Re: Fast Transients
Scott - you're right. In that situation, your job (as the engineer) is to get the problem solved and get the job done - not to be popular. But if we wanted to be popular, we'd be on TV.

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Brad Albing
Brad Albing
4/3/2013 9:10:48 AM
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Re: Good info on Design West
Oh - just one more of a more general nature, but still good for anyone doing analog design, Hands-On Analog Basics - Beginner Knowledge and Veteran Refresher:

http://www.ubmdesign.com/sanjose/schedule-builder/session-id/188

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Brad Albing
Brad Albing
4/3/2013 9:07:06 AM
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Good info on Design West
Paul - thanks for some good info on power supply considerations with respect to the whole project. And for some good resources to learn more (i.e., Design West). I looked at their various tracks and spotted another one that looks pretty good -Analog Interfaces for Low Power Design:

http://www.ubmdesign.com/sanjose/schedule-builder/session-id/39

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TheMeasurementBlues
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4/3/2013 8:13:25 AM
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USB Connectivity
It's one thing to supply 5V for USB, but keep in mind the fifth pin on a mini-USB and micro-USB connectors. In some systems, you need to ties that pin to ground or pull it up to 5V to get your device to charge.

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