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App Note: How to test power supplies

Posted on Sunday, March 31st, 2013 in app notes by DP

Here is a video from Texas Instruments describing how to test DC-DC power supplies. Measurement of ripple and transient noise of switching power supplies is described in detail.

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  1. ( different ) Kevin says:

    That scope is quite nice. For kicks I googled it and none of the links that I clicked would show a price, you had to request a quote. That tells me everything I wanted to know :)

    Maybe for my birthday… riiiiiiiight.

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