Voltage regulator design and optimization for high-current, fast-slew-rate load transients

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Output Capacitor Selection Using a Target Impedance Approach

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February 10, 2020
This video dives into two methods of selecting COUT to meet high-slew rate transients by showing the performance of a case study design. A charge based method is a simple, algebraic approach that doesn't always give the best results. Using frequency domain techniques and designing to a Target Impedance proves to be much more effective for modern, high-current applications.

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