Voltage regulator goes digital

November 1999
EDN;11/24/99, Vol. 44 Issue 24, p167
Trade Publication
Presents the wide-range, computer-controlled voltage regulator circuit design. Key issues in battery-operated applications; Output voltage formula; Advantages of the design.


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