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  1.   Trademarks
  2. 1Point-of-load Architecture Considerations
  3. 2Line Voltage Transients
  4. 3Thermal limitations and power budgets
  5. 4Isolation Improving Electrical Noise Immunity
  6. 5Voltage Regulation Accuracy
  7. 6Solution Size
  8. 7Complete Solution
  9. 8References
  10. 9Revision History

References

  1. Calculating Efficiency, Arvind Raj, SLVA390; 2010
  2. Improving thermal performance of a module, Sandra Horton and Chris Glaser, SLYT724; 2017
  3. For more information on single board computers, please visit the end equipment page on the TI website - http://www.ti.com/solution/plc-controller