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App Note: Things to consider when designing a DC/DC power supply

Posted on Sunday, October 14th, 2012 in app notes by DP

Maxim covers some important things to consider when designing a DC/DC power supply.

Topics include choosing the right DC-DC converter for the application; MOSFET gate capacitance; high switching frequencies and component size; equations and calculations; selecting peripheral components; component placement and trade-offs; grounding; load and line regulation; temperature sensitivity.

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