Analog Design Journal
Power and signal chain technical insight written by engineers for engineers.
Celebrating 20 years of quarterly publication, our Analog Design Journal offers powerful technical insight written by engineers for engineers. These exclusive, carefully selected articles help novice and seasoned engineers sharpen their knowledge of emerging applications and analog circuits.
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New Q2 2021 Analog Design Journal articles
Authored by Sam Jaffe, Applications engineer, this article describes the process adopted by chip designers to achieve spread spectrum in a buck converter and how it can be extended to other systems.
Authored by Alex Smith, Applications engineer, this article covers each of these decisions in detail to help select an isolated amplifier best suited to a specific system.
Authored by Rob Reeder and Neeraj Gill, this first installment of a two-part series describes what happens when noise couples onto the ADC’s supply, how it might couple through the ADC’s circuitry.
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Provides analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and digital-to-analog converter (DAC) sub-circuit ideas that can be quickly adapted to meet your specific system needs.
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