Design considerations bring unity to a mixed-voltage world

Cuy, Kenneth M.
February 1995
EDN;2/2/95, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p115
Trade Publication
Discusses the design considerations in the mixed-voltage industry. Compatibility of 3V with 5V devices; Benefits of lower voltages; Trade-offs in space and speed; Interfacing 5 and 3V devices.


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