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Technical Features

 




 

 

Technical Features

June 2013
Comm Equip Makers Demand High Power Output & Small Footprint

Figure1. LTM4622(A) Can Be Mounted on the Underside of a PCB

Many communications systems are powered via a 48V backplane. This voltage is normally stepped down to a lower intermediate bus voltage, typically to either 12V, 5V or even lower, in order to power the racks of boards within the system. However, most of the sub-circuits or ICs on these boards are required to
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Date:
09/29/2018
Maximising the value in modern power system designs

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Figure 1: CAD drawing & photo of completed semi-custom design for a high-rel radar implementation within a space constrained enclosure

In what can be an increasingly cutthroat business environment, the engineers of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are under huge pressure to deliver products that will differentiate themselves
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Date:
06/28/2013
It is a well-known fact that engineers do not appreciate being advertised to. In my experience, they tend to prize function over style and want accurate information without attempts to massage the
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Date:
06/27/2013
Crucial selection criteria for an AC/DC supply

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Figure 1: The AC line can feed a single larger AC/DC converter (top), or several smaller ones (bottom)—even with the same output voltage.

Naturally, when specifying an AC/DC supply for a new project, one needs to select a product with the right output voltage and current rating, as well as input voltage range. But it goes much deeper
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Date:
06/25/2013

The number of mobile broadband subscriptions has grown by around 45% year-on-year reaching 1.7 billion in 2012, according to data released in the latest Ericsson Mobility Report . In addition to this growth, there also is steady progress in the amount of data usage per subscription. The changing habits of people
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Date:
06/10/2013
In support of Governor Andrew Cuomo's strategic vision to enable innovation-driven educational opportunities and further develop New York's high-tech workforce, SUNY's College of Nanoscale Science
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Date:
06/07/2013

 



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