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App note: Regulator topologies for battery-powered systems

Saturday, September 7th, 2013

Here is an app note from Maxim describing the various SMPS regulator topologies for battery powered systems: This tutorial presents an overview of regulator topologies for battery-powered equipment. The discussion covers linear regulators, charge pumps, buck and boost regulators, inverters, and flyback designs. The importance of peak current is explained,...

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TS3300 switching regulator coupled with an LDO in same package

Friday, May 31st, 2013

Steve Taranovich has posted this review of the TS3300 switching regulator coupled with an LDO in same package:    Touchstone, with its first analog power management product, has enhanced such a function with the capability to use supply voltages down to 0.6V while still being able to deliver a 75...

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25A 14V step-down regulator with integrated FETs

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

McZ writes in with an impressive step-down regulator: The TPS56221 is a high-efficiency synchronous switcher with integrated FETs, which achieves a power density of greater than 200W/in3 with greater than 90 percent efficiency at high loads. The easy-to-use SWIFT step-down regulator supports 25-A point-of-load designs for telecommunications, networking and other...

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