Regulator generates sub-bandgap voltages

Young, Ronald; Huynh, Luong
January 1997
EDN;01/02/97, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p96
Trade Publication
Focuses on the electronic circuit that uses a dual linear-regulator integrated circuit to produce output voltages below 1.25-volts. Range of input-voltage for the circuit; Possible applications of the circuit.


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