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App note: Basics on decoupling

Sunday, May 12th, 2019

See AVX technical note on how capacitors filter out transients in high speed digital circuits. Link here (PDF) This paper discusses the characteristics of multilayer ceramic capacitors in decoupling applications and compares their performance with other types of decoupling capacitors. A special high-frequency test circuit is described and the results...

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App note: Ceramic multilayer capacitors in HF SMPS applications

Sunday, June 4th, 2017

Development and improvement of ceramic multilayer capacitors in high frequency power supply filtering, a technical note from AVX. Link here (PDF) There has been an explosion of interest in the use of ceramic capacitors for high frequency power conversion applications. This interest is compounded with new designs striving for higher...

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App note: Output filter caps for mission critical applications

Sunday, June 4th, 2017

A great guide from AVX on output capacitor types and their specific uses based on ESR, ESL and temperature properties. Link here (PDF) This document discusses the effect of capacitors on output power quality. It evaluates and provides a comparison of different capacitor technologies, their high reliability qualification availability from...

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App note: Enhancing cellphone battery performance during GSM pulses through the use of a parallel supercapacitor

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

Low ESR and ESL supercapacitor paralleled to cellphone batteries can react more quickly to the demanding power required by GSM pulses. A great appnote read from AVX, link here (PDF) With the constant addition of features and functionality, battery life and reliability are becoming increasingly vital to those who rely...

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Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

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