This section discusses EMI, noise and ripple with a more conceptual approach to serve as a primer for the rest of the series.
In this section, we will examine the impacts of various mitigation techniques to help you decide which approach makes the most sense in your design.
In this section, we will discuss what types of signal chain loads can be driven directly by a switching regulator to get low noise and EMI.
Learn more about how to use low EMI and low noise DC/DC conversion in automotive applications.
Learn what multiphase buck regulators are, what applications they're suited for, and some of the challenges associated with implementing them.
A walkthrough of a six-phase design for powering the core voltage of a networking ASIC.
Testing a six-phase buck regulator in the lab, including testing transient response, input and output ripple, phase stability, and thermal performance.
Learn about the packaging technologies that aid heat dissipation and enable high power density.
Learn how to manage heat in your power supply by choosing the right IC with the best efficiency.
Learn how to troubleshoot for DC/DC converter design and testing.
What do you need to know when measuring loop gain in power supplies?
Learn about USB Type-C Power Delivery (PD) requirements and understand the architecture of USB Type-C PD as well as AC/DC power source.
This series compares phase shifted full bridge (PSFB) and full bridge LLC (FB-LLC) high power DC/DC converter topologies.
In this video, you will learn how to build an entire power tree, significantly increase the battery operating time and stabilize the supply voltage rails.
n this section, you will learn about the top buck-boost converter use cases and how you can build a more efficient system.
In this section, you will become familiar with lithium-ion battery discharge curves.
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Discover the right family of DC/DC switching regulator to address your specific power supply design challenge
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A brief discussion of buck converter thermal performance optimization using a two-layer board