2022-12-01 - Stephen Woodward

A much faster alternative to the PWM DAC

Paying homage to the late great CE Shannon with a design idea on the Shannon Decoder.

2022-11-02 - Majeed Ahmad

DC-DC converter for multiple rails with one inductor

Unlike other DC-DC converters that require an inductor for each rail, this IP enables SoCs to power multiple rails with just one inductor.

- STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics expands portfolio of 5V op-amps

STMicroelectronics has added the TSV782 high-performance dual op amp to its 5V family.

2022-10-17 - Bill Schweber

Unusual design of JWST ADC

The systems engineers and designers working on the James Webb Space Telescope project took a big chance on the SIDECAR approach rather than a standard ADC.

2022-10-04 - Diodes Inc.

Automotive-compliant precision op-amps aimed at different signal frequency scenarios

Diodes' new precision op-amps are designed to address the need for advanced signal conditioning in modern automotive designs.

2022-09-29 - RECOM

RECOM extends DC/DC converter range to 3W

RECOM has extended its range of DC/DC converters with a 3W version of its isolated RSH series in a surface-mount format.

- Lluis Beltran Gil

How to quickly evaluate data converters

This article explains how to record a macro and how to use it within Python and MATLAB environments to automate certain evaluation tasks without having to develop any complex software controller code.

2022-09-19 - Jean-Jaques (JJ) DeLisle

Understanding negative-capacitance FET technology

There have been ongoing efforts to develop solutions to the limitation of CMOS FET technology, including negative capacitance FETs (NC-FETs).

2022-09-01 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics dual op amp drives power-hungry industrial, automotive loads

STMicroelectronics' dual high-output amplifier simplifies circuitry for driving inductive and low-ohmic loads in industrial applications and automotive systems.

2022-08-24 - Jean-Jaques (JJ) DeLisle

Operational transconductance amplifier (OTA): An overview

OTA, commonly used in analog circuits, is a direct-coupled differential voltage-controlled current source (DVCCS) with high output impedance.