Low-power step-up µModule boost regulator for low voltage optical systems
LTC7820 is a fixed-ratio DC/DC controller that eliminates the power inductor in a non-isolated intermediate bus converter, allowing 50% reduction in c...
The LTC1871X features a 2.5V to 36V input voltage range that is ideal for high temperature applications.
The LTC6419 offers low distortion, providing 85dB spurious-free dynamic range at 100MHz while driving 2VP-P signals, according to Linear.
Power management design is becoming a challenging task for system designers, many of whom may not have strong power backgrounds.
A curve tracer shows the current vs voltage characteristic when overdriving specific pin combinations.
The LT3080 architecture has the abilities to parallel the regulators for more output current and the regulator to operate down to zero.
Knowing how to predict reference spur level helps pick loop parameters wisely during the early stages of a PLL system design.
Linear Technology's LT8614 has low minimum on-time of 30ns that enables large step-down ratios even at high switching frequencies.
A basic header along with Linear’s LTpowerPlay can provide a powerful way to debug an entire power system.