4.2-V to 17-V input, 3-A synchronous buck converter in SOT563
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High-voltage femtoampere-input-bias precision e-trim™ operational amplifier with RRIO
Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 8.5
Low-jitter, high-performance, bulk-acoustic-wave (BAW) fixed-frequency HCSL oscillator
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Automotive, dual micropower high-voltage comparator
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16-bit low-power analog front end (AFE) with DAC, ADC, and HART® modem for sensor transmitters
Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 5.79
Automotive, 30-V, low-power current-mode PWM controller, 7-V/6.6-V UVLO, 100% duty cycle
Approx. price (USD) 1ku | 0.668
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