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Scaling Voltage and Current using standard voltage regulators and MOSFETs

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May 8, 2018
Any voltage regulator typically has a series pass element. The selection of pass element will depend on the current it is supposed to carry. For lower currents, the series pass element can be a transistor but for higher currents it has to be darlington pairs. For higher current regulators, the drop-out voltage of the series pass element also increases which produces heat and power dissipation. This training shows innovative techniques to scale the output current keeping constant output voltage.

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