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Analog Circuit Design Volume Three: Design Note Collection

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Design Note Collection, the third book in the Analog Circuit Design series, is a comprehensive volume of applied circuit design solutions, providing elegant and practical design techniques. Design Notes in this volume are focused circuit explanations, easily applied in your own designs. This book includes an extensive power management section, covering switching regulator design, linear regulator design, microprocessor power design, battery management, powering LED lighting, automotive and industrial power design. Other sections span a range of analog design topics, including data conversion, data acquisition, communications interface design, operational amplifier design techniques, filter design, and wireless, RF, communications and network design. Whatever your application -industrial, medical, security, embedded systems, instrumentation, automotive, communications infrastructure, satellite and radar, computers or networking; this book will provide practical design techniques, developed by experts for tackling the challenges of power management, data conversion, signal conditioning and wireless/RF analog circuit design.

  • A rich collection of applied analog circuit design solutions for use in your own designs.
  • Each Design Note is presented in a concise, two-page format, making it easy to read and assimilate.
  • Contributions from the leading lights in analog design, including Bob Dobkin, Jim Williams, George Erdi and Carl Nelson, among others.
  • Extensive sections covering power management, data conversion, signal conditioning, and wireless/RF.
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Nov 29, 2014
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Bob Dobkin is a founder and Chief Technical Officer of Linear Technology Corporation. Prior to 1999, he was responsible for all new product development at Linear. Before founding Linear Technology in 1981, Dobkin was Director of Advanced Circuit Development at National Semiconductor for eleven years. He has been intimately involved in the development of high performance linear integrated circuits for over 30 years and has generated many industry standard circuits. Dobkin holds over 100 patents pertaining to linear ICs and has authored over 50 articles and papers. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


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Analog Circuit Design Volume Three - Bob Dobkin

Analog Circuit Design Volume Three

Design Note Collection

First Edition

Bob Dobkin

John Hamburger

Table of Contents

Cover image

Title page

Copyright

Dedication 1

Dedication 2

Publishers note

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Foreword

Part 1: Power Management

Section 1: Power Management Design

Chapter 1: High Performance Single Phase DC/DC Controller with Power System Management

Abstract

Introduction

1.8V/30A single phase digital power supply with IIN sense

Input current sensing

Inductor DCR autocalibration

LTpowerPlay GUI

Conclusion

Chapter 2: One Device Replaces Battery Charger, Pushbutton Controller, LED Driver and Voltage Regulator ICs in Portable Electronics

Abstract

Introduction

Pushbutton control

Battery, USB, wall and high voltage input sources

Battery charger

Three bucks, two LDOs and a boost/LED driver

Conclusion

Chapter 3: Simple Circuit Replaces and Improves on Power Modules at Less Than Half the Pricea

Abstract

Introduction

100W isolated synchronous forward converter in an eighth brick footprint

This circuit is flexible

Conclusion

Chapter 4: Wide Input Range, High Efficiency DDR Termination Power Supply Achieves Fast Transient Response

Abstract

Introduction

Overview of the LTC3717

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 5: LTC1628-SYNC Minimizes Input Capacitors in Multioutput, High Current Power Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Design details

Conclusion

Chapter 6: Dual-Phase High Efficiency Mobile CPU Power Supply Minimizes Size and Thermal Stress

Abstract

Introduction

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 7: SOT-23 SMBus Fan Speed Controller Extends Battery Life and Reduces Noise

Abstract

Introduction

Boost-start timer, thermal shutdown and overcurrent clamp features

Conclusion

Chapter 8: Active Voltage Positioning Reduces Output Capacitors

Abstract

Introduction

Basic principle

Basic implementation

Current mode control example—LTC1736

Chapter 9: 5V to 3.3V Circuit Collection

Abstract

High efficiency 3.3V regulator

3.3V battery-powered supply with shutdown

3.3V supply with shutdown

LT1585 linear regulator optimized for desktop Pentium processor applications

LTC1148 5V to 3.38V Pentium power solution 3.5A output current

LTC1266 switching regulator converts 5V to 3.38V at 7A for Pentium and other high speed μPs

Chapter 10: Hex Level Shift Shrinks Board Space

Abstract

Section 2: Microprocessor Power Design

Chapter 11: Cost Effective, Low Profi le, High Efficiency 42A Supply Powers AMD Hammer Processors

Abstract

Introduction

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 12: Efficient, Compact 2-Phase Power Supply Delivers 40A to Intel Mobile CPUs

Abstract

Introduction

Smaller inductors, simplified thermal management

40A Intel IMVP-III voltage regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 13: Microprocessor Core Supply Voltage Set by I2C Bus without VID Lines

Abstract

Introduction

How it works

Why use an SMBus?

Desktop/portable VID DC/DC converter

Chapter 14: High Efficiency I/O Power Generation for Mobile Pentimum III Microprocessors

Abstract

Chapter 15: PolyPhase Surface Mount Power Supply Meets AMD Athlon Processor Requirements with No Heat Sink

Abstract

Introduction

PolyPhase architecture

Chapter 16: 2-Step Voltage Regulation Improves Performance and Decreases CPU Temperature in Portable Computers

Abstract

1-step vs 2-step power conversion

Circuit description

Regulator efficiency considerations

Chapter 17: Dual Regulators Power Pentium Processor or Upgrade CPU

Abstract

A simple solution

Conclusion

Design equations

Chapter 18: Big Power for Big Processors: A Synchronous Regulator

Abstract

LTC1430 performance features

A typical 5V to 3.3V application

Chapter 19: High Efficiency Power Sources for Pentium Processors

Abstract

Selection of input source

Transient response considerations

Circuit operation

Chapter 20: Fast Regulator Paces High Performance Processors

Abstract

Chapter 21: Techniques for Deriving 3.3V from 5V Supplies

Abstract

Chapter 22: Regulator Circuit Generates Both 3.3V and 5V Outputs from 3.3V or 5V to Run Computers and RS232

Abstract

Mixed 3.3V and 5V RS232 operation

Section 3: Switching Regulator Basics

Chapter 23: Tiny, Highly Flexable, Dual Boost/Inverter Tracks Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

LT3471 features

Easy-to-implement ±15V dual tracking supplies

Conclusion

Chapter 24: Ultralow Noise Switching Power Supplies Simplify EMI Compliance

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Conclusion

Chapter 25: Monolithic DC/DC Converters Break 1MHz to Shrink Board Space

Abstract

Chapter 26: Capacitor and EMI Considerations for New High Frequency Switching Regulators

Abstract

Capacitor technology considerations

Controlling EMI: conducted and radiated

Chapter 27: Switching Regulator Generates Both Positive and Negative Supply with a Single Inductor

Abstract

Chapter 28: Floating Input Extends Regulator Capabilities

Abstract

Chapter 29: Programming Pulse Generators for Flash Memories

Abstract

Chapter 30: Achieving Microamp Quiescent Current in Switching Regulators

Abstract

Chapter 31: Inductor Selection for Switching Regulators

Abstract

Section 4: Switching Regulator Design: Buck (Step-Down)

Chapter 32: Inverting DC/DC Controller Converts a Positive Input to a Negative Output with a Single Inductor

Abstract

Advanced controller capabilities

−5.2V, 1.7A converter operates from a 4.5V to 16V source

High efficiency

Conclusion

Chapter 33: 20V, 2.5A Monolithic Synchronous Buck SWITCHER+ with Input Current, Output Current and Temperature Sensing/Limiting Capabilities

Abstract

Introduction

Output/input current sensing

Temperature sensing

Conclusion

Chapter 34: 1.5A Rail-to-Rail Output Synchronous Step-Down Regulator Adjusts with a Single Resistor

Abstract

Introduction

Operation

Applications

Conclusion

Chapter 35: 42V, 2.5A synchronous step-down regulator with 2.5μA quiescent current

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency synchronous operation

Short-circuit robustness using small inductors

Current sense and monitoring with the LT8611

Wide input range operation at 2MHz

Low dropout operation

Conclusion

Chapter 36: Bootstrap Biasing of High Input Voltage Step-Down Controller Increases Converter Efficiency

Abstract

Introduction

Employing EXTVCC to improve efficiency

Voltage doubler for output voltages below 4.7V

Conclusion

Chapter 37: 36V, 3.5A Dual Monolithic Buck with Integrated Die Temperature Monitor and Standalone Comparator Block

Abstract

Introduction

High input voltage with high transient capability

On-die temperature monitoring

Standalone comparator block

Other features

Conclusion

Chapter 38: High Efficiency, High Density 3-Phase Supply Delivers 60A with Power Saving Stage Shedding, Active Voltage Positioning and Nonlinear Control for Superior Load Step Response

Abstract

Introduction

1.5V/60A, 3-phase power supply

Conclusion

Chapter 39: 2-Phase Synchronous Buck Controller Features Light Load Stage Shedding Mode, Active Voltage Positioning, Low RSENSE and Remote VOUT Sensing

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency, 2-phase, 4.5V to 14V input, 1.5V/50A output converter

Stage Shedding mode

Active voltage positioning

Inductor DCR sensing temperature compensation

Output voltage remote sensing

Conclusion

Chapter 40: Dual Output High Efficiency Converter Produces 3.3V and 8.5V Outputs from a 9V to 60V Rail

Abstract

Introduction

Feature rich

Dual output application

Single output application

Conclusion

Chapter 41: Dual Output Step-Down Controller Produces 10% Accurate, Efficient and Reliable High Current Rails

Abstract

Introduction

1.5V/20A and 1.2V/20A buck converter with remote sensing and NTC compensated DCR sensing

PolyPhase operation

Other important features

Conclusion

Chapter 42: 15VIN, 4MHz Monolithic Synchronous Buck Regulator Delivers 5A in 4mm ՠ4mm QFN

Abstract

Introduction

1.8VOUT, 2.25MHz buck regulator

1.2VOUT, 10A, dual phase supply

Conclusion

Chapter 43: Dual Output Buck Regulator with Current Partitioning Optimizes Efficiency in Space-Sensitive Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Flexible current partitioning

Operation modes and efficiency

Application examples

Conclusion

Chapter 44: Triple Buck Regulator Features 1-Wire Dynamically Programmable Output Voltages

Abstract

Introduction

Three individually programmable bucks

Configure parallel power stages for different loads

Power good indicator

Power saving operating modes

Programmable clock frequency

2-output, individually programmable 1.2A regulators

Conclusion

Chapter 45: Buck Converter Eases the Task of Designing Auxiliary Low Voltage Negative Rails

Abstract

Introduction

Leave the transformer alone: −3.3VOUT from −12VIN

Conclusion

Chapter 46: Monolithic Synchronous Step-Down Regulator Delivers up to 12A from a Wide Input Voltage Range

Abstract

Introduction

Typical application example

Paralleling regulators for >12A

Conclusion

Chapter 47: Step-Down Synchronous Controller Operates from Inputs Down to 2.2V

Abstract

Introduction

Dying gasp applications

Generate a negative voltage from a low positive VIN

Wide input voltage range

Conclusion

Chapter 48: Compact I2C-Controllable Quad Synchronous Step-Down DC/DC Regulator for Power-Conscious Portable Processors

Abstract

Introduction

Four I2C-controllable regulators

Power saving operating modes

I2C programming of output voltages allows easy sequencing, tracking and margining

Conclusion

Chapter 49: Compact Triple Step-Down Regulator Offers LDO Driver and Output Tracking and Sequencing

Abstract

Introduction

6V to 36V input to four outputs—1.8V, 3.3V, 5V and 2.5V—one IC

Low ripple high frequency operation even at high VIN/VOUT ratios

Input voltage lockout and sequencing

Conclusion

Chapter 50: A Positive-to-Negative Voltage Converter Can Be Used for Stable Outputs Even with a Widely Varying Input

Abstract

Basic operation

Component stress in a positive-to-negative topology

Circuit description

Conclusion

Chapter 51: One IC Generates Three Sub-2V Power Rails from a Li-Ion Cell

Abstract

Introduction

Triple supply in a tiny package

High efficiency and low noise

Selectable Burst Mode operation or pulse-skipping at light load

Very low dropout (VLDO) linear regulators

Power good detection

Conclusion

Chapter 52: 36V 2A Buck Regulator Integrates Power Schottky

Abstract

Introduction

A small, simple solution

Low ripple and high efficiency solution over a wide load range

Frequency foldback saves chips

Conclusion

Chapter 53: Triple Output 3-Phase Controller Saves Space and Improves Performance in High Density Power Converters

Abstract

Conclusion

Chapter 54: Dual Monolithic Step-Down Switching Regulator Provides 1.6A Outputs with Reduced EMI and VOUT as Low as 0.8V

Abstract

Introduction

Typical LT3506A and LT3506 applications

Power sequencing without adding components

2-phase switching eases EMI concerns

Conclusion

Chapter 55: A Compact Dual Step-Down Converter with VOUT Tracking and Sequencing

Abstract

Introduction

LT3501 dual converter features

Output supply tracking and sequencing

High current single VOUT, low ripple 6A output

Chapter 56: Tiny Monolithic Step-Down Regulators Operate with Wide Input Range

Abstract

Introduction

Low ripple and high efficiency solution over wide load range

Small solution size

Additional features of LT3481 and LT3493

Conclusion

Chapter 57: Cascadable 7A Point-of-Load Monolithic Buck Converter

Abstract

Introduction

Features

Operation

Greater than 7A outputs

Conclusion

Chapter 58: High Voltage Current Mode Step-Down Converter with Low Power Standby Capability

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency at standby

12V/75W synchronous buck DC/DC converter

Chapter 59: Low EMI Synchronous DC/DC Step-Down Controllers Offer Programmable Output Tracking

Abstract

Introduction

Three choices for start-up control

Low EMI DC/DC conversion

Conclusion

Chapter 60: ThinSOT Micropower Buck Regulator Has Low Output Ripple

Abstract

Introduction

Current mode control

Design flexibility with integrated boost diode

Conclusion

Chapter 61: Tiny Versatile Buck Regulators Operate from 3.6V to 36V Input

Abstract

Introduction

Small size and versatility

LT1936 produces 3.3V at 1.2A from 4.5V to 36V

Producing a lower output voltage from the LT1936

Negative output from a buck regulator

Tiny circuit generates 3.3V and 5V from a minimum 4.5V supply

Conclusion

Chapter 62: High Accuracy Synchronous Step-Down Controller Provides Output Tracking and Programmable Margining

Abstract

Introduction

Start-up and shutdown output tracking

Programmable voltage margining

Additional features

Conclusion

Chapter 63: 60V, 3A Step-Down DC/DC Converter Has Low Dropout and 100µA Quiescent Current

Abstract

Introduction

Burst Mode operation

Low dropout

Soft-start

Power good

Conclusion

Chapter 64: Monolithic Synchronous Regulator Drives 4A Loads with Few External Components

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency 2.5V/4A step-down regulator

High efficiency 3.3V/4A step-down regulator with all ceramic capacitors

Conclusion

Chapter 65: High Performance Power Solutions for AMD Opteron and Athlon 64 Processors

Abstract

Introduction

3-phase, 65A AMD VRM design

Conclusion

Chapter 66: High Current Step-Down Controller Regulates to 0.6V Output from 3V Input

Abstract

Introduction

Design examples

Conclusion

Chapter 67: Effi cient Dual Polarity Output Converter Fits into Tight Spaces

Abstract

Introduction

12V input, ±5V output, only 3mm high

Typical bucks with second, negative outputs

Conclusion

Chapter 68: Dual Output Supply Powers FPGAs from 3.3V and 5V Inputs

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Conclusion

Chapter 69: 3A, 2MHz Monolithic Synchronous Step-Down Regulator Provides a Compact Solution for DDR Memory Termination

Abstract

Introduction

3A, 2.5V to 1.25V step-down DC/DC converter

Conclusion

Chapter 70: 60V/3A Step-Down DC/DC Converter Maintains High Efficiency Over a Wide Input Range

Abstract

Introduction

Efficiency

Small size, low output ripple voltage (high switching frequency, all ceramic solution)

Peak switch current (not your average current mode converter)

Conclusion

Chapter 71: Monolithic Synchronous Step-Down Regulators Pack 600mA Current Rating in a ThinSOT Package

Abstract

Introduction

Space saving

Versatile

Fault protection

Efficient Burst Mode operation (LTC3406 series)

Pulse-skipping mode (LTC3406B series) for low noise

1.8V/600mA step-down regulator using all ceramic capacitors

Efficiency considerations

Chapter 72: High Efficiency Adaptable Power Supply for XENPAK 10Gb/s Ethernet Transceivers

Abstract

Introduction

Adaptable power supply

Conclusion

Chapter 73: High Voltage Buck Regulators Provide High Current, Low Profi le Power Solutions for FireWire Peripherals

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit descriptions

Conclusion

Chapter 74: Efficient DC/DC Converter Provides Two 15A Outputs from a 3.3V Backplane

Abstract

Introduction

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 75: 60V Step-Down DC/DC Converter Maintains High Efficiency

Abstract

Introduction

Efficiency

Output ripple voltage

Peak switch current

LT1766 features

Chapter 76: Tiny Buck Regulator Accepts Inputs from 3.6V to 25V and Eliminates Heat Sink

Abstract

Introduction

Complete switcher in ThinSOT results in compact solution

The LT1616 produces 3.3V at 400mA

Ceramic capacitors are best

Smaller than a TO-220

2.5V output

Chapter 77: 1.4MHz Switching Regulator Draws Only 10µA Supply Current

Abstract

Introduction

LTC3404 features

3.1V/600mA step-down regulator

Externally synchronized 3.1V/600mA step-down regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 78: 10µA Quiescent Current Step-Down Regulators Extend Standby Time in Handheld Products

Abstract

Importance of low quiescent current

LTC1878 single Li-Ion to 2.5V regulator

LTC1771 3.3V/2A regulator

Low operating current without compromising transient response

Chapter 79: Low Cost PolyPhase® DC/DC Converter Delivers High Current

Abstract

Introduction

Design example

Overcurrent limit

Multiphase applications

Conclusion

Chapter 80: Unique High Efficiency 12V Converter Operates with Inputs from 6V to 28V

Abstract

12V output, single inductor, buck/boost converter

Synchronous circuit for higher power, higher VIN

Chapter 81: Low Cost, High Efficiency 42A DC/DC Converter

Abstract

Introduction

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 82: High Efficiency PolyPhase Converter Uses Two Inputs for a Single Output

Abstract

Introduction

Design details

A typical application

Test results

Conclusion

Chapter 83: High Current Dual DC/DC Converter Operates from 3.3V Input

Abstract

Chapter 84: Low Cost Surface Mount DC/DC Converter Delivers 100A

Abstract

Introduction

Design details

Conclusion

Chapter 85: LT1777 High Voltage, Low Noise Buck Switching Regulator

Abstract

Generating low noise, dual-voltage supplies

Chapter 86: Low Cost, High Efficiency 30A Low Profi le PolyPhase Converter

Abstract

Overview of the LTC1629

Design example: 30A 2-phase power supply

Conclusion

Chapter 87: 2-Phase Switching Regulator Fits in Tight Places

Abstract

Chapter 88: Low Dropout 550kHz DC/DC Controller Operates from Inputs as Low as 2V

Abstract

2.5V, 4A buck DC/DC converter

Zeta step-up/step-down converter

Chapter 89: LTC1702/LTC1703 Switching Regulator Controllers Set a New Standard for Transient Response

Abstract

Chapter 90: 60V, High Efficiency Buck Switching Regulators in SO-8

Abstract

Generating low cost, dual-voltage supplies

Conclusion

Chapter 91: High Efficiency, Monolithic Synchronous Step-Down Regulator Works with Single or Dual Li-Ion Batteries

Abstract

Single Li-Ion applications

Auxiliary winding control using SYNC/FCB pin

Chapter 92: A Low Cost, Effi cient Mobile CPU Power

Abstract

Chapter 93: Optimizing a DC/DC converter’s output capacitors

Abstract

Chapter 94: LTC1626: Step-Down Converter Operates from Single Li-Ion Cell

Abstract

Introduction

Single-cell Li-Ion operation

100% duty cycle in dropout mode

High efficiency 5V to 3.3V conversion

Current mode architecture

Low voltage low RDS(ON) switch

Conclusion

Chapter 95: Optimized DC/DC Converter Loop Compensation Minimizes Number of Large Output Capacitors

Abstract

External loop compensation can save money

Loop compensation using a dynamic load

Chapter 96: A High Efficiency 500kHz, 4.5A Step-Down Converter in an SO-8 Package

Abstract

High efficiency, 25V, 0.07Ω switch

4.5A in an SO-8

Dual output SEPIC converter

Chapter 97: LTC1474/LTC1475 High Efficiency Switching Regulators Draw Only 10µA Supply Current

Abstract

Inductor current control

3.3V/250mA step-down regulator

3.3V/10mA regulator from a 4mA to 20mA loop

Pushbutton ON/OFF operation

Chapter 98: High Power Synchronous Buck Converter Delivers Up to 50A

Abstract

Introduction

Distributed power

Higher input voltages

Blame it on the physicists

Chapter 99: Single IC, Five Output Switching Power Supply System for Portable Electronics

Abstract

Chapter 100: Low Noise Switching Regulator Helps Control EMI

Abstract

New IC solves old problems

New feature provides new EMI control

Additional features

Chapter 101: Effi cient Processor Power System Needs No Heat Sink

Abstract

New IC powers portable Pentium processor and much more

High performance Pentium processor power

Portable Pentium processor power

Chapter 102: A New, High Efficiency Monolithic Buck Converter

Abstract

Efficiency

High frequency operation

Constant off-time architecture

100% duty cycle in dropout mode

Good start-up and transient behavior

2.5mm typical height 5V-to-3.3V regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 103: Switching Regulator Provides High Efficiency at 10A Loads

Abstract

N-channel vs P-channel

Driving N-channel MOSFETs

Basic circuit configurations

Conclusion

Chapter 104: Dual Output Regulator Uses Only One Inductor

Abstract

Regulation performance and efficiency

Output ripple voltage

Chapter 105: Highly Integrated High Efficiency DC/DC Conversion

Abstract

LTC1574

Low noise regulator

LTC1265

Battery charger application

LTC1574 or LTC1265?

Chapter 106: Ultra-Low Power, High Efficiency DC/DC Converter Operates Outside the Audio Band

Abstract

Chapter 107: Triple Output 3.3V, 5V, and 12V High Efficiency Notebook Power Supply

Abstract

Chapter 108: Single LTC1149 Provides 3.3V and 5V in Surface Mount

Abstract

Customizing the circuit

Construction notes

Other

Chapter 109: A Simple High Efficiency, Step-Down Switching Regulator

Abstract

100% duty cycle in dropout

Positive-to-negative converter

Chapter 110: Delivering 3.3V and 5V at 17W

Abstract

Performance

Theory of operation

Circuit particulars

Chapter 111: Low Parts Count DC/DC Converter Circuit with 3.3V and 5V Outputs

Abstract

Performance

Inductor

Capacitors

Layout

Heat sinking

Chapter 112: New Synchronous Step-Down Switching Regulators Achieve 95% Efficiency

Abstract

Chapter 113: High Performance Frequency Compensation Gives DC-to-DC Converter 75µs Response with High Stability

Abstract

Inductors

Capacitors

Layout

Output adjustment

Heat sinking

Section 5: Switching Regulator Design: Boost Converters

Chapter 114: 1µA IQ Synchronous Boost Converter Extends Battery Life in Portable Devices

Abstract

Introduction

1.8V to 5.5V input to 12V output boost regulator

Output disconnect

Start-up inrush current limiting

Conclusion

Chapter 115: Ultralow Power Boost Converters Require Only 8.5µA of Standby Quiescent Current

Abstract

Introduction

Application example

Ultralow quiescent current boost converter with output disconnect

Compatible with high impedance batteries

Conclusion

Chapter 116: Tiny Dual Full-Bridge Piezo Motor Driver Operates from Low Input Voltage

Abstract

Introduction

Single driver application

Using external power supply

Operating Piezo motor with long wires

Conclusion

Chapter 117: Tiny Synchronous Step-Up Converter Starts Up at 700mV

Abstract

Introduction

Conclusion

Chapter 118: High Efficiency 2-Phase Boost Converter Minimizes Input and Output Current Ripple

Abstract

Introduction

Conclusion

Chapter 119: ThinSOT Switching Regulator Controls Inrush Current

Abstract

Introduction

A simple solution

Conclusion

Chapter 120: Dual DC/DC Converter with Integrated Schottkys Generates ±40V Outputs and Consumes Only 40µA Quiescent Current

Abstract

Introduction

Dual output ±20V converter

Dual output (±40V) converter

CCD sensor bias supply

Conclusion

Chapter 121: Compact Step-Up Converter Conserves Battery Power

Abstract

Introduction

16V bias supply

20V bias supply with variable output voltage

±20V bias supply

34V bias supply

Conclusion

Chapter 122: 2-Phase Boost Converter Delivers 10W from a 3mm ՠ3mm DFN Package

Abstract

Introduction

Dual phase converter reduces output ripple

Smaller layout is possible by reducing the number of external components

Antiringing feature in discontinuous operation

Conclusion

Chapter 123: 4-Phase Monolithic Synchronous Boost Converter Delivers 2.5A with Output Disconnect in a 5mm ՠ5mm QFN Package

Abstract

Introduction

Multiple operating modes optimize performance in different applications

Fault protection

High power and high efficiency in a small package

Conclusion

Chapter 124: Boost Regulator Makes Low Profi le SEPIC with Both Step-Up and Step-Down Capability

Abstract

Introduction

3V to 20V input, 5V output, 3mm maximum height SEPIC

4V to 18V input, 12V output, 3mm maximum height SEPIC

Conclusion

Chapter 125: Dual Monolithic Buck Regulator Provides Two 1.4A Outputs with 2-Phase Switching to Reduce EMI

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

High frequency, current mode switching minimizes component size

2-phase switching eases EMI concerns

Soft-start and power good pins simplify supply sequencing

Conclusion

Chapter 126: 4MHz Monolithic Synchronous Step-Down Regulators Bring High Efficiency to Space-Sensitive Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Multiple operating modes allow optimization of efficiency and noise suppression

Two 2.5V step-down converters

Conclusion

Chapter 127: Tiny and Efficient Boost Converter Generates 5V at 3A from 3.3V Bus

Abstract

Introduction

3.3V input, 5V/3A output boost regulator

2-cell input, 3.3V/1A output regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 128: Tiny Boost Controller Provides Efficient Solutions for Low Voltage Inputs

Abstract

Introduction

3.3V to 5V converters

Choosing the MOSFET

Automotive supply

Conclusion

Chapter 129: Current-Limited DC/DC Converter Simplifies USB Power Supplies

Abstract

USB to 12V boost converter

USB to 5V SEPIC DC/DC converter with short-circuit protection

Li-Ion white LED driver

Chapter 130: 3MHz Micropower Synchronous Boost Converters Deliver 3W from Two Cells in a Tiny MSOP Package

Abstract

All-ceramic-capacitor, 2-cell to 3.3V, 1A converter

High efficiency Li-Ion CCFL backlight application

Chapter 131: SOT-23 Switching Regulator with Integrated 1A Switch Delivers High Current Outputs in a Small Footprint

Abstract

5V local supply

12V local supply

±15V dual output converter with output disconnect

Chapter 132: A 500kHz, 6A Monolithic Boost Converter

Abstract

Circuit description

5V to 12V boost converter

Positive to negative converter

5V SEPIC converter

Conclusion

Chapter 133: Micropower 600kHz Step-Up DC/DC Converter Delivers 5V at 1A from a Li-Ion Cell

Abstract

Single Li-ion cell to 5V/1A DC/DC converter for GSM

2-cell digital camera supply produces 3.3V, 5V, 18V and −10V

Chapter 134: LT1534 Ultralow Noise Switching Regulator Controls EMI

Abstract

Low noise boost regulator

Low noise bipolar supply

Additional LT1534 features

Chapter 135: Off-Line Low Noise Power Supply Does Not Require Filtering to Meet FCC Emission Requirements

Abstract

Introduction

Circuitry details

Performance characteristics

Chapter 136: LCD bias and backup supply applications for a micropower DC/DC converter

Abstract

2-cell, low profile LCD bias generator fits in small places

Supercapacitor-powered backup supply

Chapter 137: Short-Circuit Protection for Boost Regulators

Abstract

Short-circuit protection and load disconnect with the LTC1477

Current-limited boost regulator

Short-circuit protection at higher power

Chapter 138: LT1307 Single-Cell Micropower Fixed-Frequency DC/DC Converter Needs No Electrolytic Capacitors

Abstract

Single-cell boost converter

455kHz noise considerations

Chapter 139: 2 AA Cells Replace 9V Battery, Extend Operating Life

Abstract

Chapter 140: A Simple, Surface Mount Flash Memory Vpp Generator

Abstract

Chapter 141: No Design Switching Regulator 5V, 5A Buck (Step-Down) Regulator

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Conclusion

Section 6: Switching Regulator Design: DC/DC Controllers

Chapter 142: Dual Controller Provides 2µs Step Response and 92% Efficiency for 1.5V Rails

Abstract

Introduction

1.5V/25A and 1.2V/25A buck converter

Detect transient feature further speeds up transient response

Conclusion

Chapter 143: Dual DC/DC Controller for DDR Power with Differential VDDQ Sensing and ±50mA VTT Reference

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency, 4.5V to 14V input, dual output DDR power supply

Load-release transient detection

VTT reference (VTTR)

VTT supply

Conclusion

Chapter 144: Single Resistor Sets Positive or Negative Output for DC/DC Converter

Abstract

Introduction

Sensing output voltage has never been easier

Adjustable/synchronizable switching frequency

Soft-start and undervoltage lockout

Boost converters

Cuk converter

SEPIC converters

Conclusion

Chapter 145: Multiphase DC/DC Controller Pushes Accuracy and Bandwidth Limits

Abstract

Introduction

A dual output, 2-phase supply with differential remote sensing and inductor DCR sensing

A tried-and-true architecture

Load step improvement with voltage positioning

Conclusion

Chapter 146: 2-Phase DC/DC Controller Makes Fast, Efficient and Compact Power Supplies

Abstract

Chapter 147: High Performance 3-Phase Power Supply Delivers 65A and High Efficiency Over the Entire Load Range

Abstract

Introduction

Stage Shedding operation

3-phase high efficiency VRM9.x power supplies for Pentium 4 CPU

Chapter 148: Reduce Component Count and Improve Efficiency in SLIC and RF Power Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

A dual output SLIC supply with simplified feedback using the LTC3704

Improved battery protection using the LTC3704’s programmable undervoltage lockout

A current mode, −8.0V, 1.2A RF power supply with no current sense resistor

Chapter 149: SOT-23 DC/DC Converters Generate Up to ±35V Outputs and Consume Only 20µA of Quiescent Current

Abstract

±20V dual output converter with output disconnect

24V boost converter

1V to 35V boost converter

1-cell to 3V boost converter

Section 7: Switching Regulator Design: Buck-Boost Controllers

Chapter 150: 80V Synchronous 4-Switch Buck-Boost Controller Delivers Hundreds of Watts with 99% Efficiency

Abstract

Introduction

240W 48V 5A telecom power supply

500W charger for 12S liFePO4 battery

Four servo loops and wide voltage range

Conclusion

Chapter 151: Wide Input Voltage Range Boost/Inverting/SEPIC Controller Works Down to an Input Voltage of 1.6V

Abstract

Introduction

Wide input voltage range with internal LDO

Sensing output voltage made easier

Adjustable/synchronizable switching frequency

Precision UVLO and soft-start

A 2.5V to 15V to 12V SEPIC converter

A 1.8V to 4.5V to 5V/2A boost converter

Conclusion

Chapter 152: High Efficiency 4-Switch Buck-Boost Controller Provides Accurate Output Current Limit

Abstract

Introduction

LTC3789 features

12V, 5A output from a 4V to 38V input

Accurate output (or input) current limit

Conclusion

Chapter 153: Buck-Boost Controller Simplifies Design of DC/DC Converters for Handheld Products

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency controller capabilities

3.3V, 3A converter operates from 2.7V–10V source

95% efficiency

Conclusion

Chapter 154: Wide Input Voltage Range Buck-Boost Converter Simplifies Design of Variable Input Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Efficiency

Programmable Burst Mode operation

1.27mm profile Li-Ion to 3.3V regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 155: Buck or Boost: Rugged, Fast 60V Synchronous Controller Does Both

Abstract

Introduction

Feature rich controller

High efficiency 48V to 3.3V/6A power supply

High efficiency 12V to 24V/5A synchronous step-up fan power supply

Chapter 156: Industry’s first 4-switch buck-boost controller achieves highest efficiency using a single inductor

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency 4-switch buck-boost converter

Replacing a SEPIC converter

Protection for boost operation

Simplify

Conclusion

Chapter 157: High Input Voltage Monolithic Switcher Steps Up and Down Using a Single Inductor

Abstract

Introduction

4V–60V input to 5V output DC/DC automotive converter

8V–60V input to 12V output DC/DC converter

Conclusion

Chapter 158: Supply 2A Pulses for GSM Transmission from 500mA USB or PCMCIA Ports

Abstract

Introduction

Powering GSM modems from USB or PCMCIA

5V converter in USB On-The-Go devices

Conclusion

Chapter 159: Micropower Buck/Boost Circuits, Part 1: Converting Three Cells to 3.3V*

Abstract

Chapter 160: 250kHz, 1mA IQ Constant Frequency Switcher Tames Portable Systems Power

Abstract

3.3V SEPIC converter

Dual output converter

Chapter 161: DC/DC Converters for Portable Computers

Abstract

Chapter 162: No Design Switching Regulator 5V Buck-Boost (Positive-to-Negative) Regulator

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Conclusion

Section 8: Linear Regulator Design

Chapter 163: High Voltage Inverting Charge Pump Produces Low Noise Positive and Negative Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Inverting charge pump

Constant frequency mode

Burst mode operation

Dual LDOs

Conclusion

Chapter 164: 80V Linear Regulator Is Micropower

Abstract

Introduction

Introducing the LT3010 high voltage LDO

A versatile and rugged regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 165: Very Low Dropout (VLDO) Linear Regulators Supply Low Voltage Outputs

Abstract

Introduction

VLDO circuit descriptions

Conclusion

Chapter 166: Lowest Noise SOT-23 LDOs Have 20µA Quiescent Current, 20µVRMS Noise

Abstract

Applying the regulators

Noise performance

Other advantages

Conclusion

Chapter 167: High Efficiency Linear and Switching Solutions for Splitting a Digital Supply

Abstract

Chapter 168: UltraFast Linear Regulator Eliminates All Bulk Tantalum and Electrolytic Output Capacitors

Abstract

Introduction

New LTC regulator controllers

Conclusion

Chapter 169: Fast Response Low Dropout Regulator Achieves 0.4 Dropout at 4 Amps

Abstract

Enter the LT1580

The LT1580 brings many new features

Circuit example

Chapter 170: Create a Virtual Ground with a Sink/Source Voltage Regulator

Abstract

Chapter 171: 5V to 3.3V Regulator with Fail-Safe Switchover

Abstract

Chapter 172: A Simple Ultra-Low Dropout Regulator

Abstract

Chapter 173: Powering 3.3V Digital Systems

Abstract

Regulator design

Chapter 174: A Simple Ultra-Low Dropout Regulator

Abstract

Section 9: Micromodule (µModule®) Power Design

Chapter 175: Dual 13A µModule Regulator with Digital Interface for Remote Monitoring & Control of Power

Abstract

Digital power system management: set, monitor, change and log power

Dual μModule regulator with precision READ/WRITE of power parameters

Internal or external compensation

Current share for up to 100A at 1VOUT

Conclusion

Chapter 176: 36V Input, Low Output Noise, 5A µModule Regulator for Precision Data Acquisition Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Integrated switching and linear regulators

PCB trace voltage compensation using SENSEP

Programmable output voltage

DC1738A highlights the LTM8028 capabilities

Noise test comparison using LTC2185 ADC

Conclusion

Chapter 177: Step-down μModule regulator produces 15A output from inputs down to 1.5V—no bias supply required

Abstract

15A high efficiency output from a low input voltage

Input and output ripple

Thermally enhanced packaging

Conclusion

Chapter 178: Dual µModule DC/DC Regulator Produces High Efficiency 4A Outputs from a 4.5V to 26.5V Input

Abstract

Dual system-in-a-package regulator

Multiphase operation for four or more outputs

Thermal performance

Conclusion

Chapter 179: Triple Output DC/DC µModule® Regulator in 15mm ՠ15mm ՠ2.8mm Surface Mount Package Replaces Up to 30 Discrete Components

Abstract

Introduction

Dual switching 4A and 1.5A VLDO regulators

Multiple low noise outputs

Thermally enhanced packaging

Output voltage tracking

Chapter 180: Dual 8A DC/DC µModule Regulator Is Easily Paralleled for 16A

Abstract

Two independent 8A regulator systems in a single package

Simple and efficient

Parallel operation for increased output current

Conclusion

Chapter 181: µModule Buck-Boost Regulators Offer a Simple and Efficient Solution for Wide Input and Output Voltage Range Applications

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency

Low profile solution

Smooth transition and circuit simplicity

Excellent thermal performance

Conclusion

Chapter 182: 8A Low Voltage, Low Profi le DC/DC µModule Regulator in 9mm ՠ15mm Package Weighs Only 1g

Abstract

Introduction

8A DC/DC μModule regulator in an IC form factor

Wealth of features

Quick and easy design

Thermally enhanced packaging

Output voltage tracking

Current sharing: 8A + 8A = 16A

Fault conditions: overcurrent limit and thermal shutdown

Conclusion

Chapter 183: Simple and Compact 4-Output Point-of-Load DC/DC µModule System

Abstract

Introduction

4-output DC/DC converter power system

Output tracking

Frequency synchronization

Conclusions

Chapter 184: 10A High Performance Point-of-Load DC/DC µModule Regulator

Abstract

Introduction

10A DC/DC μModule regulator in IC form factor

Quick and easy design

Thermally enhanced packaging

Fast transient response

Paralleling the μModule regulator for 20A output

Section 10: Switching Regulators for Isolated Power Design

Chapter 185: Isolated Converters Have Buck Simplicity and Performance

Abstract

Simple isolated 3.3V, 30A forward converter

PolyPhase design ups power limit

Related products

Features

Conclusion

Chapter 186: Multiple Output Isolated Power Supply Achieves High Efficiency with Secondary Side Synchronous Post Regulator

Abstract

Introduction

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 187: Chip Set Offers Low Cost Alternative to 48V Telecom Modules

Abstract

Isolated 48V to 3.3V supply

Conclusion

Chapter 188: 5V High Current Step-Down Switchers

Abstract

Low cost high efficiency (80%), high power density DC/DC converter

Synchronous switching eliminates heat sinks in a 50W DC/DC converter

Section 11: Power Control & Ideal Diode Design

Chapter 189: Ideal Diodes Protect Against Power Supply Wiring Errors

Abstract

Introduction

Types of misconnections

Conclusion

Chapter 190: Ideal Diode Controller Eliminates Energy Wasting Diodes inPower OR-ing Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Automatic power switching between two power sources

Load sharing

Conclusion

Chapter 191: Replace ORing Diodes with MOSFETs to Reduce Heatand Save Space

Abstract

Introduction

Ideal −48V ORing diode

Fault output detects damaged MOSFETs and fuses

Positive low voltage ideal diodes

Conclusion

Chapter 192: Dual Monolithic Ideal Diode Manages Multiple Power Inputs

Abstract

Introduction

Triple supply power management

Automatic switchover between a battery and a wall adapter with a battery charger

Conclusion

Chapter 193: PCMCIA Socket Voltage Switching

Abstract

Introduction

LTC1472: complete VCC and VPP PCMCIA switch matrix with SafeSlot protection

Conclusion

Chapter 194: PC Card Power Management Techniques

Abstract

Section 12: Battery Management

Chapter 195: Complete Battery Charger Solution for High Current PortableElectronics

Abstract

Introduction

Input multiplexer

Dual high current input application

0V ∼ 6V input on either WALL or USB

>6V input on either WALL or USB

<0V input on either WALL or USB

OTG operation

Conclusion

Chapter 196: Battery Conditioner Extends the Life of Li-Ion Batteries

Abstract

Introduction

The underlying aging process in Li-Ion batteries

Conditions that affect the aging process

Battery conditioner avoids conditions that accelerate aging

Conclusion

Chapter 197: Simple Calibration Circuit Maximizes Accuracy in Li-Ion BatteryManagement Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Accounting for the error sources

Examining calibration strategies

Conclusion

Chapter 198: USB Power Solution Includes Switching Power Manager,Battery Charger, Three Synchronous Buck Regulators and LDO

Abstract

Introduction

Switching PowerPath controller maximizes available power to the system load

Complete power solution in a single IC

Conclusion

Chapter 199: Switching USB Power Manager with PowerPath Control OffersFastest Charge Time with Lowest Heat

Abstract

Introduction

PowerPath controllers deliver more power to the system load

LTC4088 makes charging more efficient

LTC4088 reduces USB charge time

LTC4088 eases thermal constraints

Conclusion

Chapter 200: Universal Li-Ion Battery Charger Operates from USB and6V to 36V Input in Just 2cm2

Abstract

Introduction

Adaptive high voltage buck minimizes total power loss

USB power manager maximizes power available to the system

Small footprint

Summary

Chapter 201: Handheld High Power Battery Charger

Abstract

Introduction

Small PCB footprint

Advanced features and functions

Flexible options

Conclusion

Chapter 202: Fast, High Efficiency, Standalone NiMH/NiCd Battery Charging

Abstract

Introduction

NiCd/NiMH battery charging basics

Complete 4-cell NiMH battery charger

Standalone charge termination

Conclusion

Chapter 203: Dual Smart Battery Charger Simplifi es Battery Backupfor Servers

Abstract

Introduction

LTC1760 dual smart battery charger

LTC1760 power management

Chapter 204: Advanced Topology USB Battery Charger Optimizes PowerUtilization for Faster Charging

Abstract

Benefits of the LTC4055

Simple circuit automatically selects the best power source

Operation with wall adapter present

Operation with no wall adapter, but USB available

Unplugged operation

Conclusion

Chapter 205: Simplify Battery Charging from the USB

Abstract

Introduction

Charging from USB or a wall adapter

Faster charging with system in full operation

Chapter 206: Li-Ion Linear Charger Allows Fast, Full Current Charging WhileLimiting PC Board Temperature to 85°C

Abstract

Introduction

Thermal feedback loop limits IC temperature

Charge cycle with thermal limit in operation

Thermally enhanced package dramatically improves power dissipation

Complete standalone charger

Conclusion

Chapter 207: Dual Battery Power Manager Increases Run Time by 12%and Cuts Charge Time in Half

Abstract

Introduction

Automatic current sharing

Simultaneous discharge increases run time

Faster charge times with a second battery

Automatic crisis power management

Conclusion

Chapter 208: Single Inductor, Tiny Buck-Boost Converter Provides 95%Efficiency in Lithium-Ion to 3.3V Applications

Abstract

Introduction

All ceramic capacitor, single inductor, 2W Li-Ion to 3.3V converter

WCDMA dynamically controlled power amp power supply

Chapter 209: Tiny Step-Up/Step-Down Power Supply Delivers 3.3V at 1.3A inBattery-Powered Devices

Abstract

Introduction

Regulated output voltage from a range of inputs

Highly efficient

Chapter 210: A Very Low Cost SOT-23 Li-Ion Battery Charger Requires LittleArea and Few Components

Abstract

A simple low cost Li-Ion charger

A programmable constant current source

Chapter 211: Simple Li-Ion Charge Termination Using the LT1505

Abstract

Chapter 212: Li-Ion Charge Termination IC Interfaces with PWM Switchers

Abstract

Battery pack protection

LT1510 battery charger IC

LTC1729 Li-Ion charge termination IC

Complete 2-cell Li-Ion charger

The charge cycle

Board layout and testing

Chapter 213: A Miniature, Low Dropout Battery Chargerfor Lithium-Ion Batteries

Abstract

Introduction

Operation and circuit description

Programming charge current

Typical application

Conclusion

Chapter 214: New Charger Topology Maximizes Battery Charging Speed

Abstract

Introduction

LT1511 battery charger IC

All surface mount lithium-ion charger

Chapter 215: Inexpensive Circuit Charges Lithium-Ion Cells

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Other charging options

Chapter 216: Battery Backup Regulator is Glitch-Free and Low Dropout

Abstract

Chapter 217: Dual PowerPath controller simplifies power management

Abstract

Automatic switchover between battery and AC adapter

Power routing circuit for microprocessor controlled dual battery systems

Chapter 218: Low Dropout, Constant-Current/Constant-Voltage3A Battery Charger

Abstract

Introduction

Higher duty cycle for the LT1511 battery charger

Enhancing dropout voltage

Chapter 219: Fused Lead Battery Charger ICs Need No Heat Sinks

Abstract

Chapter 220: New Micropower, Low Dropout Regulators Ease Battery Supply Designs

Abstract

Chapter 221: The LT1304: Micropower DC/DC Converter with IndependentLow-Battery Detector

Abstract

A 2-cell to 5V converter

Super Burst Mode operation: 5V/80mA DC/DC with 15μA quiescent current

Chapter 222: High Efficiency Lithium-Ion Battery Charger

Abstract

Lithium-ion battery charger

Thermal calculations

Chapter 223: A 4-Cell Ni-Cad Regulator/Charger for Notebook Computers

Abstract

Quick charge battery charger

Extremely low voltage drop regulator

Very low power dissipation

Cost-effective and efficient power system

Chapter 224: Switching Regulator Allows Alkalines to Replace NiCads

Abstract

Section 13: Energy Harvesting & Solar Power Circuits

Chapter 225: Tiny 2-Cell Solar Panel Charges Batteries in Compact, Off-Grid Devices

Abstract

Introduction

The importance of maximum power point control

LTC3105 boost converter with input power control

Solar-powered Li-Ion battery charger

Conclusion

Chapter 226: Energy Harvester Produces Power from Local Environment, Eliminating Batteries in Wireless Sensors

Abstract

Introduction

Ambient energy sources

Application examples

Piezoelectric transducer application

Seebeck transducer application

Harvest energy from the EM field produced by standard fluorescent lights

Conclusions

Section 14: Charge Pump DC/DC Converter Design

Chapter 227: Step-Down Charge Pumps Are Tiny, Efficient and Very Low Noise

Abstract

Introduction

Efficient low noise fixed 1.5V output charge pump with ultrasmall footprint

Ultralow noise adjustable charge pump with spread spectrum operation

Versatility

Conclusion

Chapter 228: New Charge Pumps Offer Low Input and Output Noise

Abstract

Burst Mode operation vs constant frequency

Input noise reduction

Typical applications

Chapter 229: Step-Up/Step-Down DC/DC Conversion without Inductors

Abstract

Introduction

Regulator operation

Dual output supply from a 2.7V to 10V input

Conclusion

Chapter 230: Ultralow Quiescent Current DC/DC Converters for Light Load Applications

Abstract

2-cell to 5V conversion with IQ = 12μA

Ultralow quiescent current (IQ < 5μA) regulated supply

Micropower LDO regulator consumes <5μA

Section 15: Flyback Converter Design

Chapter 231: Micropower Isolated Flyback Converter with Input Voltage Range from 6V to 100V

Abstract

Introduction

Simple and accurate primary-side voltage sensing

Very small size, low component count solution

Low IQ, small preload and high efficiency

Conclusion

Chapter 232: Flyback Controller Simplifies Design of Low Input Voltage DC/DC Converters

Abstract

Introduction

High efficiency controller capabilities

3.3V, 10A converter operates from a 9V to 18V source

3.3V, 10A converter operates from a 9V to 36V source

Conclusion

Chapter 233: Flyback Controller Improves Cross Regulation for Multiple Output Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Improved load and cross regulation

Efficiency

Composite feedback provides additional design flexibility

Conclusion

Chapter 234: No RSENSE Controller Is Small and Effi cient in Boost, Flyback and SEPIC Applications

Abstract

Introduction

A high efficiency 5V, 2A networking logic supply

A 2 square inch, 12V non-isolated flyback housekeeping supply for telecom applications

Programmable undervoltage lockout provides clean start-up and power-down

Chapter 235: Isolated Flyback Converter Regulates without an Optocoupler

Abstract

Introduction

The design criteria

Circuit description

Circuit operation

Conclusion

Chapter 236: Isolated DC/DC Conversion with the LT1425

Abstract

Chapter 237: Isolated Power Supplies for Local Area Networks

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit design

Transformer design

Chapter 238: A Battery Powered Lap Top Computer Power Supply

Abstract

Section 16: Supercapacitor Charging

Chapter 239: Supercapacitor-Based Power Backup System Protects Volatile Data in Handhelds when Power Is Lost

Abstract

Introduction

Backup power application

Conclusion

Chapter 240: Supercapacitor-Based Power Backup Prevents Data Loss in RAID Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Backup power applications

Design example

Conclusion

Chapter 241: Complete Energy Utilization Improves Run Time of a Supercap Ride-Through Application by 40%

Abstract

Introduction

Complete energy utilization maximizes run time of supercap ride-through application

40% improvement in run time

How it works

Maximizing usage of the energy in the supercap

Conclusion

Chapter 242: Supercapacitors Can Replace a Backup Battery for Power Ride-Through Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Supercapacitor characteristics

Conclusion

Section 17: Current Source Design

Chapter 243: Convert Temperature to Current at High Linearity with LT3092 Current Source

Abstract

Electronics 101

A real 2-terminal current source

The LT3092 as a T-to-I converter

Conclusion

Chapter 244: Versatile Current Source Safely and Quickly Charges Everything from Large Capacitors to Batteries

Abstract

Introduction

Safe, small and flexible

Simple strobe capacitor charger

Charge small capacitors fast

Charge batteries too

Conclusion

Section 18: Hot Swap and Circuit Protection

Chapter 245: Protect Sensitive Circuits from Overvoltage and Reverse Supply Connections

Abstract

Introduction

Undervoltage, overvoltage and reverse supply protection

Accurate and fast overvoltage and undervoltage protection

Novel reverse supply protection

There’s more! AC blocking, reverse VIN Hot Swap control when VOUT is powered

Conclusion

Chapter 246: Simple Energy-Tripped Circuit Breaker with Automatic Delayed Retry

Abstract

Introduction

Higher currents permitted for shorter time intervals

A current-controlled delay interval

Extending the retry time interval

Conclusion

Chapter 247: Hot Swap Controller, MOSFET and Sense Resistor Are Integrated in a 5mm ՠ3mm DFN for Accurate Current Limit and Load CurrentMonitoring in Tight Spaces

Abstract

Introduction

LTC4217 features

Integrated MOSFET and sense resistor

Adjustable current limit

Voltage and current monitoring

Typical application

Chapter 248: Hot Swap Solution Meets AMC and MicroTCA Standards

Abstract

Introduction

Advanced mezzanine card application

Conclusion

Chapter 249: An Easy Way to Add Auxiliary Control Functions to Hot Swap Cards

Abstract

Introduction

Additional control

Conclusion

Chapter 250: Electronic Circuit Breaker in Small DFN Package Eliminates Sense Resistor

Abstract

Introduction

Overcurrent protection

Flexible overcurrent setting

Overvoltage protection

Typical electronic circuit breaker (ECB) application

Accurate ECB with sense resistor

High side switch for N-channel logic level MOSFET

Conclusion

Chapter 251: AdvancedTCA Hot Swap Controller Monitors Power Distribution

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit solutions

Cutting diode dissipation

Zero Volt Transient

Chapter 252: Protecting and Monitoring Hot Swappable Cards in High Availability Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Redundant power

Monitoring power through a Hot Swap controller

Adding fuse detection

Summary

Chapter 253: AdvancedTCA Hot Swap Controller Eases Power Distribution

Abstract

Introduction

Power requirements

Circuit solutions

Zero Volt Transient

Energy storage

Computing energy

Chapter 254: PCI Express Power and Mini Card Solutions

Abstract

Introduction

Power requirements

Circuit solutions

PCI Express Mini Card

Chapter 255: Low Voltage Hot Swap Controller Ignores Backplane Noise and Surges

Abstract

Control 25W with a 10-lead MS package

Dual level current control

Inrush limiting

Adaptive response to overloads

Recovery from faults

Chapter 256: Hot Swap Circuit Meets InfiniBand Specification

Abstract

Chapter 257: Hot Swap and Buffer I2C Buses

Abstract

Capacitance buffering and rise time accelerator features

Conclusion

Chapter 258: Power Supply Isolation Controller Simplifi es Hot Swapping the CompactPCI Bus for 5V-/3.3-Only Applications

Abstract

LTC1646 feature summary

Typical application

Power-up sequence

Conclusion

Chapter 259: A 24V/48V Hot Swap controller

Abstract

Typical application

Automatic restart

Chapter 260: Dual Channel Hot Swap Controller/Power Sequencer Allows Insertion Into a Live Backplane

Abstract

Basic operation

Power supply tracking and sequencing

Conclusion

Chapter 261: Hot Swapping the CompactPCI Bus

Abstract

LTC1643 feature summary

Typical application

Power-up sequence

Conclusion

Chapter 262: Power Solutions for the Device Bay

Abstract

Device Bay power requirements

Power solution for Vid_3.3V on the system side

Power solutions for DB32, DB20 and DB13 form factors on the device side

Chapter 263: Hot Swapping the PCI Bus

Abstract

Inrush current and data bus problems

Hot swappable PCI slot using the LTC1421

System timing

Conclusion

Chapter 264: Safe Hot Swapping Using the LTC1421

Abstract

Typical application

Board insertion timing

Section 19: Power over Ethernet

Chapter 265: Active Bridge Rectifiers Reduce Heat Dissipation within PoE Security Cameras

Abstract

Introduction

The old way loses power

Improve performance with ideal diodes

Results

Conclusion

Chapter 266: High Power PoE PD Interface with Integrated Flyback Controller

Abstract

Introduction

PD interface controller

Synchronous flyback controller

High efficiency, triple output, high power PD

PSE and auxiliary supplies

2-pair vs 4-pair PD

Conclusion

Chapter 267: Simple Battery Circuit Extends Power over Ethernet (POE) Peak Current

Abstract

Introduction

The PoE circuit

PowerPath and charger circuit

High transient load or continuous current load operation

Optimization options

Conclusion

Chapter 268: Fully Autonomous IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet Midspan PSE Requires No Microcontroller

Abstract

Introduction

A PSE’s duties

Disconnect detection

Supplying 3.3V from −48V

LTC4259A options

Chapter 269: Power over Ethernet Isolated Power Supply Delivers 11.5W at 90% Effi ciency

Abstract

Conclusion

Section 20: System Monitoring and Control

Chapter 270: Pushbutton On/Off Controller with Failsafe Voltage Monitoring

Abstract

Introduction

Pushbutton challenges

Orderly power-on

Orderly power-off: short interrupt pulse

Failsafe features

Conclusion

Chapter 271: Versatile Voltage Monitors Simplify Detection of Overvoltage and Undervoltage Faults

Abstract

Introduction

Basic operation

Minimum fault length monitor

Conclusion

Chapter 272: Power Supply Sequencing Made Simple

Abstract

Introduction

Three phases of the power management cycle

LTC2928 configuration software designs it for you

Conclusion

Chapter 273: Pushbutton On/Off Controller Simplifi es System Design

Abstract

Introduction

De-bounces turn-on

Protect against faults at power-up

Controlled power-down

Operation without μP

High voltage, micropower

Conclusion

Chapter 274: Tracking and Sequencing Made Simple with Tiny Point-of-Load Circuit

Abstract

Introduction

Basic operation

Negative supply tracking

Conclusion

Chapter 275: Accurate Power Supply Sequencing Prevents System Damage

Abstract

Introduction

How it works

Conclusion

Chapter 276: Power Supply Tracker Can Also Margin Supplies

Abstract

Conclusion

Chapter 277: Dual Micropower Comparator with Integrated 400mV Reference Simplifies Monitor and Control Functions

Abstract

Introduction

Gas gauge battery monitor

Simple window-function status monitor

Micropower thermostat/temperature alarm

Conclusion

Chapter 278: Monitor network compliant −48V power supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Features

Application example

Chapter 279: Multiple Power Supplies Track During Power Up

Abstract

Introduction

Five supply voltage tracker circuit

Conclusion

Chapter 280: I2C Fan Control Ensures Continuous System Cooling

Abstract

Introduction

Continuous system cooling and tachometer monitoring

Additional features

Chapter 281: Monitor System Temperature and Multiple Supply Voltages and Currents

Abstract

Multitude of measurements

Section 21: Powering LED Lighting & Other Illumination Devices

Chapter 282: 60V, Synchronous Step-Down High Current LED Driver

Abstract

Introduction

48V input to 35V output, 10A LED driver optimized for efficiency

36V input to 20V output, 10A LED driver with fastest PWM dimming

Solar-powered battery charger

Conclusion

Chapter 283: 60V Buck-Boost Controller Drives High Power LEDs, Charges Batteries and Regulates Voltage with Up to 98.5% Effi ciency at 100W and Higher

Abstract

Introduction

Buck-boost controller drives 100W LED string for airplane and truck lights

36V, 2.5A SLA battery charger

120W, 6V to 55V voltage regulator

Conclusion

Chapter 284: Offline LED Lighting Simplifi ed: High Power Factor, Isolated LED Driver Needs No Opto-Isolators and is TRIAC Dimmer Compatible

Abstract

Introduction

No-opto operation

High power factor, low harmonics

TRIAC dimmer compatible

Open- and shorted-LED protection

CTRL pins and analog dimming

Conclusion

Chapter 285: Reduce the Cost and Complexity of Medium LCD LED Backlights with a Single Inductor LED Driver for 60 LEDs

Abstract

Introduction

Typical application

Need more current?

TSET pin for thermal protection

Channel disable capability

Conclusion

Chapter 286: 100V Controller Drives High Power LED Strings from Just about Any Input

Abstract

Introduction

Boost

Buck mode

Buck-boost mode

Conclusion

Chapter 287: Triple LED Driver in 4mm ՠ5mm QFN Supports LCD Backlights in Buck, Boost or Buck-Boost Modes and Delivers 3000:1 PWM Dimming Ratio

Abstract

Introduction

Integrated PMOS drivers improve PWM dimming ratio to 3000:1

Buck mode circuit drives three 500mA LED strings

Boost mode circuit drives three 200mA LED strings

Buck-boost mode circuit survives load dump events

Conclusion

Chapter 288: µModule LED Driver Integrates All Circuitry, Including the Inductor, in a Surface Mount Package

Abstract

Introduction

A superior LED driver

Easy to use

Rich feature set

Conclusion

Chapter 289: Versatile TFT LCD Bias Supply and White LED Driver in a 4mm ՠ4mm QFN

Abstract

Introduction

3-output TFT supply with digitally dimmed LED backlight

Conclusion

Chapter 290: Tiny Universal LED Driver Can Gradate, Blink or Turn On Nine Individual LEDs with Minimal External Control

Abstract

Introduction

Blinking and gradation modes

Single IC drives cell phone backlight, new message/missed call/battery charger indicator, and RGB function select button

Control for cell phone backlight, vibrator motor and sound

Conclusion

Chapter 291: Drive Large TFT-LCD Displays with a Space-Saving Triple-Output Regulator

Abstract

Introduction

Conclusion

Chapter 292: Versatile High Power LED Driver Controller Simplifi es Design

Abstract

Introduction

Fully integrated, high power LED driver controller

LED dimming

Boost circuit

Buck-boost circuit

LED protection and other features

Conclusion

Chapter 293: High Voltage Buck Converters Drive High Power LEDs

Abstract

Introduction

Single buck 1A LED driver

Dual buck 1.5A LED driver

Conclusion

Chapter 294: Wide Input Range 1A LED Driver Powers High Brightness LEDs with Automotive and 12VAC Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Automotive LED driver

Driving LEDs from 12VAC input

Thermal regulation

Conclusion

Chapter 295: Monolithic Converter Drives High Power LEDs

Abstract

Introduction

Boost driver

Buck driver

Buck-boost driver

Conclusion

Chapter 296: Quad Output Switching Converter Provides Power for Large TFT LCD Panels

Abstract

Introduction

4-output supply with soft-start

Wide input range supply

Conclusion

Chapter 297: Basic Flashlamp Illumination Circuitry for Cellular Telephones/Cameras

Abstract

Introduction

Flashlamp circuitry

Conclusion

Chapter 298: DC/DC Converter Drives White LEDs from a Variety of Power Sources

Abstract

Introduction

Lithium-ion source (3.3V to 4.2V)

2-alkaline cell source (1.8V to 3.0V)

Automotive power source (9V to 16V)

Conclusion

Chapter 299: High Efficiency ThinSOT White LED Driver Features Internal Switch and Schottky Diode

Abstract

Introduction

Li-Ion-powered driver for four white LEDs

Dimming control

Conclusion

Chapter 300: White LED Driver in Tiny SC70 Package Delivers High Efficiency and Uniform LED Brightness

Abstract

Introduction

Li-Ion-powered driver for three white LEDs

Easy dimming control

Conclusion

Chapter 301: Photofl ash Capacitor Charger Has Fast Efficient Charging and Low Battery Drain

Abstract

Introduction

Features

Interfacing to a microcontroller

Conclusion

Chapter 302: High Effi ciency White LED Driver Guarantees Matching LED Brightness

Abstract

Introduction

Li-Ion LED driver for four white LEDs

Dimming control

Conclusion

Chapter 303: High Power Desktop LCD Backlight Controller Supports Wide Dimming Ratios While Maximizing Lamp Lifetime

Abstract

Introduction

LT1768 dual CCFL backlight inverter

Multimode dimming

LT1768 fault modes

Additional features

Chapter 304: Tiny Regulators Drive White LED Backlights

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit descriptions

Brightness control

Summary

Chapter 305: High Power CCFL Backlight Inverter for Desktop LCD Displays

Abstract

Chapter 306: Low Input Voltage CCFL Power Supply

Abstract

Chapter 307: A Precision Wideband Current Probe for LCD Backlight Measurement

Abstract

Current probe circuitry

Current calibrator

Chapter 308: Floating CCFL with Dual Polarity Contrast

Abstract

Section 22: Automotive and Industrial Power Design

Chapter 309: Versatile Industrial Power Supply Takes High Voltage Input and Yields from Eight 1A to Two 4A Outputs

Abstract

Introduction

Configurable maximum output current

External VCC LDO and external input power supply start-up control

Unique power control and features

Conclusion

Chapter 310: 65V, 500mA Step-Down Converter Fits Easily into Automotive and Industrial Applications

Abstract

Introduction

65V input, 500mA DC/DC converter with an adjustable output down to 800mV

24V regulator with 300mA output current limit and input undervoltage lockout

Input current limit

Conclusion

Chapter 311: 2-Phase, Dual Output Synchronous Boost Converter Solves Thermal Problems in Harsh Environments

Abstract

Introduction

Advantages of synchronous rectification

Dual output automotive boost converter

Conclusion

Chapter 312: High Effi ciency USB Power Management System Safely Charges Li-Ion/Polymer Batteries from Automotive Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Complete USB/battery charging solution for use in large transient environments

Overvoltage protection covers the entire battery charger/power manager system

Conclusion

Chapter 313: Low Profi le Synchronous, 2-Phase Boost Converter Produces 200W with 98% Effi ciency

Abstract

Introduction

A 24V output boost converter at 8.5A (continuous), 10.5A (peak) from a car battery

Performance results

Basic calculations and component selection

Conclusion

Chapter 314: 4-Phase Boost Converter Delivers 384W with no Heat Sink

Abstract

Introduction

384W boost converter

Conclusion

Chapter 315: Power Monitor for Automotive and Telecom Applications Includes ADC and I2C Interface

Abstract

Introduction

Automotive power monitoring

Telecom power monitoring with PoE

Conclusion

Chapter 316: Direct Effi cient DC/DC Conversion of 100V Inputs for Telecom/Automotive Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Feature-rich controller

High efficiency 36V–72V to 2.5V/6A power supply

Chapter 317: Monolithic Step-Down Regulator Withstands The Rigors of Automotive Environments and Consumes Only 100µA of Quiescent Current

Abstract

Introduction

Features of the LT3437

Brutal input transients

Low quiescent currents

Soft-start capability

Conclusion

Chapter 318: Monitor and Protect Automotive Systems with Integrated Current Sensing

Abstract

Introduction

Simple current monitoring solutions

Solving the H-bridge problem

Conclusion

Section 23: Video Design Solutions

Chapter 319: High Resolution Video Solutions Using Single 5V Power

Abstract

Introduction

High resolution video input-port multiplexer

High resolution single-supply cable driver

Economical SXGA/HD cable driver

Conclusion

Chapter 320: Pass HDMI Compliance Tests with Ease

Abstract

Introduction

LTC4300A-1 bus buffer

LTC4300A-3 level shifting buffer

Conclusion

Chapter 321: Video Difference Amplifi er Brings Versatility to Low Voltage Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Dual input pair zaps common mode noise pickup

Perform video rate analog arithmetic

Conclusions

Chapter 322: Video Signal Distribution Using Low Supply Voltage Amplifiers

Abstract

Introduction

Video signal characteristics

Amplifier considerations

Handling AC-coupled video signals

Conclusion

Chapter 323: Tiny RGB Video Multiplexer Switches Pixels at 100MHz

Abstract

Introduction

Expanding inputs does not increase power dissipation

Add your own logo

Chapter 324: An Adjustable Video Cable Equalizer

Abstract

Chapter 325: 4 ՠ4 Video Crosspoint Has 100MHz Bandwidth and 85dB Rejection at 10MHz

Abstract

4 × 4 crosspoint

Chapter 326: Single 4-Input IC Gives Over 90dB Crosstalk Rejection at10MHz and is Expandable

Abstract

Introduction

Expanding the number of inputs

PC board layouts

Switching transients

Chapter 327: Send Color Video 1000 Feet Over Low Cost Twisted-Pair

Abstract

Chapter 328: Video Circuits Collection

Abstract

Introduction

Multiplex amplifiers

Loop through cable receivers

DC restore circuits

Fader circuits

Chapter 329: New Low Cost Differential Input Video Amplifi ers Simplify Designs and Improve Performance

Abstract

Wideband voltage controlled amplifier

Extending the input range on the LT1193

Part 2: Mixed Signal

Section 24: Data Conversion: Analog-to-Digital

Chapter 330: Generating a ±10.24V True Bipolar Input for an 18-Bit, 1Msps SAR ADC

Abstract

Introduction

Simple driver circuit

Layout is important

Conclusion

Chapter 331: Driving a Low Noise, Low Distortion 18-Bit, 1.6Msps ADC

Abstract

Introduction

Fully differential driver

Single supply driver

Layout considerations

Conclusion

Chapter 332: Driving Lessons for a Low Noise, Low Distortion, 16-Bit, 1Msps SAR ADC

Abstract

Introduction

Single-ended to differential converter

Fully differential drive

PCB layout

Conclusion

Chapter 333: Maximize the Performance of 16-Bit, 105Msps ADC with Careful IF Signal Chain Design

Abstract

Introduction

Signal chain topology

Conclusion

Chapter 334: Upgrade Your Microcontroller ADC to True 12-Bit Performance

Abstract

Introduction

Application circuits

Conclusion

Chapter 335: Digitize a $1000 Sensor with a $1 Analog-to-Digital Converter

Abstract

Introduction

Digitize an accurate sensor with an accurate ADC

Not so obvious features

Conclusion

Chapter 336: True Rail-to-Rail, High Input Impedance ADC Simplifies Precision Measurements

Abstract

Introduction

Solving common issues

Applications

Conclusion

Chapter 337: Easy Drive ADCs simplify measurement of high impedance sensors

Abstract

Chapter 338: Easy Drive delta-sigma analog-to-digital converters cancel input current errors

Abstract

Introduction

How does it work?

What is wrong with on-chip buffers?

Conclusion

Chapter 339: 16-Bit ADC Simplifi es Current Measurements

Abstract

Introduction

Data transfer

Data reception pseudocode

Power and analog inputs

Conclusion

Chapter 340: 12-Bit ADC with Sequencer Simplifi ers Multiple-Input Applications

Abstract

New ADC automatically converts multiple inputs with different spans at different rates

Writing and reading the sequencer

Running the sequencer

Conclusion

Chapter 341: A-to-D Converter Does Frequency Translation

Abstract

Down conversion with an ADC

Chapter 342: Resolving Very Small Temperature Differences with the LTC2402

Abstract

Platinum RTDs

Self-heating effects

Bridge connection of RTDs

Series connection of RTDs

Pulsed excitation

Chapter 343: 1- and 2-channel No Latency ΔΣ 24-bit ADCs easily digitize a variety of sensors, part 1

Abstract

Single-ended half-bridge digitizer with reference and ground sensing

Pseudo-differential applications

Noise rejection

Chapter 344: 1- and 2-channel No Latency ΔΣ 24-bit ADCs easily digitize a variety of sensors, part 2

Abstract

Introduction

Digital cold junction compensation

RTD temperature digitizer

Conclusion

Chapter 345: 24-Bit ADC Measures from DC to Daylight

Abstract

Chapter 346: LTC2400 High Accuracy Differential to Single-Ended Converter for ±5V Supplies

Abstract

Introduction

Operation

Chapter 347: Micropower MSOP 10-Bit ADC Samples at 500ksps

Abstract

Introduction

Features

Performance

Conclusion

Chapter 348: 16mW, Serial/Parallel 14-Bit ADC Samples at 200ksps

Abstract

Introduction

High performance without high power

Differential inputs with wideband CMRR

Single supply or dual supply operation

On-chip reference

Parallel or serial data output

Perfect for telecom: wide dynamic range

Conclusions

Chapter 349: 16-bit, 333ksps ADC achieves 90dB SINAD, −100dB THD and no missing codes

Abstract

Fastest 16-bit sampling ADC

Outstanding DC and AC performance

Differential inputs reject common mode noise

Applications

Chapter 350: New 16-Bit, 100ksps A/D Converter Runs on 5V Supply

Abstract

Product features

Circuit description

AC and DC performance

Applications

Conclusion

Chapter 351: New 14-Bit, 800ksps ADC Upgrades 12-Bit Systems with 81.5dB SINAD, 95dB SFDR

Abstract

Higher dynamic range ADCs

LTC1419 features

The LTC1410’s big brother

10dB extra dynamic range for signal applications

Noise rejecting differential inputs

Other nice features

Time to upgrade?

Chapter 352: Micropower 4- and 8-Channel, 12-Bit ADCs Save Power and Space

Abstract

Introduction

Micropower ADCs in small packages

Conserve power with auto shutdown operation

Good DC performance

Versatile, flexible serial I/O

Latchup proof MUX inputs

Individual ADC and MUX chip selects enhance flexibility

MUXOUT/ADCIN economizes signal conditioning

Conclusion

Chapter 353: 1.25Msps, 12-Bit ADC Conserves Power and Signal Integrity on a Single 5V Supply

Abstract

Introduction

Benefits

Chapter 354: Micropower ADC and DAC in SO-8 Give PCs a 12-Bit Analog Interface

Abstract

Introduction

Small, micropower ADC and DAC

PC 2-channel analog I/O interface

Conclusion

Chapter 355: Micropower 12-Bit ADCs Shrink Board Space

Abstract

Introduction

Micropower and 12-bits in an SO-8 package

Resistive touchscreen interface

Chapter 356: 1.25Msps 12-Bit A/D Converter CutsPower Dissipation and Size

Abstract

Introduction

High accuracy conversions: AC or DC

Important multiplexed applications

Ideal for telecommunications

Differential inputs reject noise

Low power applications

Conclusion

Chapter 357: 500ksps and 600ksps ADCs Match Needs of High Speed Applications

Abstract

Introduction

High speed ADC family members

Important applications

Conclusion

Chapter 358: New 5V and 3V, 12-Bit ADCs Sample at 300kHz on 75mW and 140kHz on 12mW

Abstract

Complete ADCs provide lowest power and highest speed on single or dual supplies

5V ADCs sample at 300kHz on 75mW of power

Even more power savings: 3V ADC samples at 140kHz on 12mW

Conclusion

Chapter 359: The LTC1096 and LTC1098: Micropower, SO-8, 8-Bit ADCs Sample at 1kHz on 3µA of Supply Current

Abstract

Two micropower ADCs

Longer battery life

A/D conversion for 3V systems

Smaller instrument size

AC and DC performance

Conclusion

Section 25: Data Conversion: Digital-to-Analog

Chapter 360: 12-bit DAC in TSOT-23 Includes Bidirectional REF Pin for Connection to Op Amp or External High Precision Reference

Abstract

Introduction

Applications using REF pin

Conclusion

Chapter 361: Highly Integrated Quad 16-Bit, SoftSpanTM, Voltage Output DAC for Industrial and Control Applications

Abstract

Introduction

Unprecedented integration

Ease of use

Example circuits

Conclusion

Chapter 362: Multiple Output Range 16-Bit DAC Design Made Simple

Abstract

Introduction

The old way

The new, easy way

Conclusion

Chapter 363: Selecting Op Amps for Precision 16-Bit DACs

Abstract

Chapter 364: The LTC1590: Applications Versatility of Dual 12-Bit DAC

Abstract

Introduction

Applications

Chapter 365: First dual 12-bit DACs in SO-8

Abstract

Low power 5V or 3V single supply

Complete standalone performance

Rail-to-rail outputs

A wide range of applications

Conclusion

Chapter 366: 3V and 5V 12-Bit Rail-to-Rail Micropower DACs Combine Flexibility and Performance

Abstract

Low power, 5V or 3V single supply operation

Flexibility with standalone performance

4-quadrant multiplying DAC application

Chapter 367: 12-Bit Rail-to-Rail Micropower DACs in an SO-8

Abstract

5V and 3V operation

True rail-to-rail output

Wide range of applications

Flexibility, true rail-to-rail performance and micropower; all in a tiny SO-8

Section 26: Data Acquisition

Chapter 368: 16-Channel, 24-Bit ?S ADC Provides Small, Flexible and Accurate Solutions for Data Acquisition

Abstract

Introduction

Noise reduction

Conclusion

Chapter 369: A Versatile 8-Channel Multiplexer

Abstract

Introduction

Low power, daisy-chain serial interface, 8-channel A/D system

Conclusion

Chapter 370: Temperature and Voltage Measurement in a Single Chip

Abstract

Introduction

Measurement performance

Typical application

Conclusion

Chapter 371: Applications for a New Micropower, Low Charge Injection Analog Switch

Abstract

Micropower V-F converter

Precision voltage doubler

Quad 12-bit sample and hold

Chapter 372: 12-Bit 8-Channel Data Acquisition System Interfaces to IBM PC Serial Port

Abstract

IBM PCs collect analog data

Two glue chips provide the interface

A few lines of BASIC read the data

Summary

Chapter 373: Auto-Zeroing A/D Offset Voltage

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Chapter 374: Complex Data Acquisition System Uses Few Components

Abstract

Introduction

Implementation

Filter design specifications and test results

System considerations

Conclusion

Chapter 375: A Two Wire Isolated and Powered 10-Bit Data Acquisition Sytem

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Summary

Chapter 376: Closed Loop Control with Data Acquisition Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Summary

Chapter 377: Electrically Isolating Data Acquisition Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Circuit description

Alternatives

Summary

Chapter 378: Temperature Measurement Using Data Acquisition Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Thermocouple systems

Thermilinear networks

Thermistors

Silicon sensors

Chapter 379: Sampling of Signals for Digital Filtering and Gated Measurements

Abstract

Introduction

The LTC1090 sample and hold

8-channel data acquisition system with digital filter

4th order elliptic filter

Gated measurements of fast signals

Chapter 380: Data Acquisition Systems Communicate with Microprocessors Over 4 Wires

Abstract

The LTC1090 family

Advantages of serial communications

Speed is usually limited by the MPU

Talking to serial port MPUs

Talking to MPUs without serial ports

Sharing the serial interface

Conclusion

Section 27: Communications Interface Design

Chapter 381: Addressable I2C Bus Buffer Provides Capacitance Buffering, Live Insertion and Nested Addressing in 2-Wire Bus Systems

Abstract

Introduction

Live insertion and removal and capacitance buffering application

Nested addressing and 5V to 3.3V level translator application

Chapter 382: Single Interface Chip Controls Two Smart Cards

Abstract

Introduction

Features

Ease of use

Conclusion

Chapter 383: Isolated RS485 Transceiver Breaks Ground Loops

Abstract

Chapter 384: RS485 Transceivers Sustain ±60V Faults

Abstract

Introduction

Up to ±60V faults

128-node networks at 250kBd

Extending protection beyond ±60V

Chapter 385: SMBus Accelerator Improves Data Integrity

Abstract

Introduction

The solution

Making the upgrade

Chapter 386: Providing power for the IEEE1394 FireWire

Abstract

Chapter 387: LTC1387: 5V RS232/RS485 Multiprotocol Transceiver

Abstract

Introduction

RS232 and RS485 interfaces

Key features

Conclusion

Chapter 388: 10Mbps Multiple Protocol Serial Chip Set: Net1 and Net2 Compliance by Design

Abstract

Introduction

Review of interface standards

Typical application

Chapter 389: RS485 Transceivers Operate at 52Mbps Over 100 Feet of Unshielded Twisted Pair

Abstract

High speed differential SCSI (fast-20/fast-40 HVD)

Transmission over long distances

1Mbps over 12,000 feet using repeaters

1.6Mbps over 8000 feet using repeaters

Conclusion

Chapter 390: The smart rock: a micropower transponder

Abstract

Introduction

The micropower subcircuits

The smart rock system

Conclusion

Chapter 391: Power Supplies for Subscriber Line Interface Circuits

Abstract

Circuit descriptions

Layout and thermal considerations

Bill of materials

Chapter 392: Precision Receiver Delay Improves Data Transmission

Abstract

Circuit description

Additional features

Applications

Chapter 393: RS485 Transceivers Reduce Power and EMI

Abstract

LTC1481

LTC1483

LTC1487

Conclusions

Chapter 394: Interfacing to V.35 Networks

Abstract

What is V.35?

Problems with traditional implementations

LTC1345

Complete V.35 port

Chapter 395:

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