2022-07-05 - P-DUKE Technology

Highly reliable medical DC/DC converters help to rescue lives

With MPU02 series, P-DUKE has extended its high-performance range of medical grade DC/DC converters from 1W to 60W.

2022-07-04 - Don Dingee

A quick intro to processing A/D converter data streams

Here are a few basic design considerations for analog and mixed-signal engineers to know about processing A/D converter data streams.

2022-06-27 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics’ high-voltage op amp targeted at automotive, industrial applications

STMicroelectronics' TSB622 general-purpose low-power dual op amp enhances ruggedness and flexibility in industrial and automotive applications.

- Steve Hageman

How to simplify testing of embedded ADCs

The BlasterAmp combines with a USB Sound Card to form a high dynamic range, and portable test tone signal for testing ADC's and components.

2022-06-15 - Kevin Tretter

Understanding analog-to-digital converter (ADC) drivers

ADC drivers are specialty amplifiers that are designed specifically to work alongside ADCs, enabling them to function at full performance.

2022-06-03 - Don Dingee

How voltage references factor in A/D and D/A conversions

Why is voltage reference necessary in mixed-signal designs? It comes down to accuracy and stability when dealing with digital power conversion.

2022-06-01 - Renesas Electronics Corp.

Renesas launches I3C intelligent switch family

Renesas has unveiled the industry’s first I3C intelligent switch devices targeting next generation server motherboards and other infrastructure equipment.

2022-05-18 - Peter Demchenko

Simple amplifier design with phantom power

This versatile circuit is suited for connecting to an inductive source or long connecting cable.

2022-05-06 - STMicroelectronics

STMicroelectronics automotive amplifier combines high-def audio with Class-G efficiency

STMicroelectronics' TDA7901 automotive amplifier integrates a buck controller for class-G power switching and supports high-definition audio.

- Don Dingee

Running an on-chip ADC on an MCU

Here is a close look at how design engineers can effectively use A/D converter features like sample rates and resolution built into the MCU.