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App note: A boat load of 5volt to 3.3volt regulation possibilities

Posted on Sunday, September 23rd, 2012 in app notes by DP

A circuit collection of switching and linear 5 volt to 3.3 volt step down regulators. The article has good fundamentals, but it was written in 1993 so keep in mind that some of the information is a bit out of date.

This application note contains a collection of 3.3V regulator circuits, each optimized for a 5V input and surface mount technology. The circuits are split into two categories, linear and switching, and further arranged by current capability.

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3 Responses to “App note: A boat load of 5volt to 3.3volt regulation possibilities”

  1. Matseng says:

    “…but it was written in 1973 so…”

    I think you mean 1993 :-) 3.3 volt equipment wasn’t even invented back when the music was funky and cool…

  2. Guan Yang says:

    24 bypass caps!

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