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Buck Converters - From Circuit to Fully Integrated Module

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Buck converters have been in use for a century now, and it’s impossible to imagine modern electronic circuitry without them. This article shows how a clunky electromechanical component has transformed into a miniature PCB-mounted component that can process hundreds of watts of output.

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Technologies for the mobility of the future: New transformer design with minimal tolerance

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Electric vehicles and the future promise of autonomous driving require progress in many key technologies—among them the charging of high-performance batteries. On-board chargers (OBC) may benefit from a novel design for power transformers.

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Bring IoT applications to market faster: Embedded LTE / Cellular Wide Band FPC antenna from AVX Ethertronics at Rutronik

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Easy integration and better connectivity: The AVX Ethertronics LTE cellular antenna 1002289 is based on a flexible carrier material and is therefore ideally suited for flexible, easy integration. Thanks to its high performance and isolation characteristics, this antenna offers improved connectivity quality. The 1002289 supports all common LTE bands worldwide with fallback capability. The antenna is...

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Space and cost-saving performance: Rutronik presents Infineon‘s Motor System IC series

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More space on the PCB: The TLE956x series offers ICs with integrated half bridge driver, power supply and communication interface. This significantly reduces both the space required on the PCB and the sum of the required components and optimizes system costs for DC motor control applications. Infineon‘s IC series focusses DC motor control applications in the automotive industry, such as seat control...

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Aurix microcontrollers: Playing it safe

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The importance of safety is growing in all technical areas. Developers are therefore increasingly required to design conclusive safety concepts that take the individual components into account, right down to the smallest detail. At the heart of a system are its microcontrollers.

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