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    DCDC 1A

    The DCDC 1A is an ultra fast response, high output current(1A), step down switched DC-DC regulator IP. It is the best supply solution for high power power digital cores with fast activity variation. Specially designed for SoC integration it uses advanced control techniques to achieve soft start-up, transient respons..

    KC639H1111 | 2021-11-10

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    Negative Charge Pump for Gas Sensor

    The NCP20 is designed to provide a regulated negative voltage from a single positive voltage that is origin from LDO’s Output. The NCP20 operates from a single 2V to 4.4V Voltage and provides an adjustable output voltage from 1.56V to 7.35V . Three external capacitors are required: a 1µF input capacitor, 1nF out..

    KU199H1080 | 2021-04-05

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    Energy Harvester with the Characteristics of Hysteresis

    Energy harvesting assisted self-powered electronics systems are picking up in momentum, due to the fast growing market of the Internet of Things (IoT) sensor networks. Environmental energy harvesting has attracted much attention as a possible power source for remote electronic devices and implanted/embedded electronic..

    KR054H1070 | 2021-02-03

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    DC-DC Buck Converter Using Analog Coarse-Fine Self-Tracking Zero-Current Detection Scheme

    This paper proposes a DC-DC buck converter using an analog coarse-fine self-tracking zero-current detection (AST-ZCD) scheme. The AST-ZCD detects the zero-current by measuring the voltage level across a freewheeling transistor. It adjusts the nMOS turn-off time using an amplifier, capacitors, and current sources instea..

    KU127H1027 | 2020-01-14

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    Energy Harvester

    Energy harvesting assisted self-powered electronics systems are picking up in momentum, due to the fast growing market of the Internet of Things (IoT) sensor networks. Environmental energy harvesting has attracted much attention as a possible power source for remote electronic devices and implanted/embedded electronics..

    KR054H1000 | 2019-11-15