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Jonathan Harris
Jonathan Harris, Product Applications Engineer, Analog Devices, 8/18/2018   Comment now  
In my blog last month, Why All This Stringent Testing?, we took a look at a few reasons why a stringent set of testing is performed on components going into space applications. The existence of radiation and the issue of extreme temperature variations are straightforward. It is commonly taught in science class that the Earth's atmosphere does a pretty ...
Busy Blogger
Busy Blogger, Busy Blogger, 8/18/2018   Comment now  
This blog series describes the utilization of GaN as a substrate for integrated circuits, utilized for 5G high frequency applications, to improve the efficiency of power amplifiers in 5G infrastructures (see Figure 1):
Jerry Steele
Jerry Steele, Applications Engineering Manager, ON Semiconductor, 8/16/2018   Comment now   2 comments
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 ...
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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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Current Shunt Resistor Inductance: It Matters
Jerry Steele, Applications Engineering Manager, ON Semiconductor, 8/16/2018
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