Linear Technology provides expertise not only on the workings of our parts, but also the larger, often complex problems customers are looking to solve. The Linear Technology Circuit Collection conveniently assembles some of the most popular designs from our data sheets, design notes and application notes. The Linear Technology Blogs offer insights into applications directly from our team of analog gurus - by engineers, for engineers.
Linear Technology Blogs – By Engineers, For Engineers
Linear Technology blogs are written by engineers, for engineers. Posts range from quick circuit tips and techniques, to deep discussions on the operation and theory of Linear Technology parts, to in depth technical discussions on real world customer applications. Topics include:
- Power System Management
- High Performance ADCs and ADC Drivers
- Op Amp Circuits and Techniques
- Automotive Power Design
- LTspice IV
- And More!
Nov 22nd 2013
The most common problem we encounter in interpreting data from PScope is non-coherent sampling. A non-coherent signal is one in which a complete period is not sampled in the data record. This means there is a partial period that is sampled (Figure 1). The non-complete period is translated into frequency spreading ...
The Linear Technology Circuit Collection conveniently assembles some of the most popular designs from our data sheets, design notes and application notes. Simply pick an application or product category and you’ll be presented with circuit schematics you can use to quickly jump start your design. In addition to the schematic, you’ll find a brief description of the circuit’s operating principles and a link back to document in which the circuit was originally published. Top circuit categories include:
- Temperature Sensing
- Energy Harvesting
- Current Sense
- Display and Video
- Timing and Frequency
- And More!
Nov 27th 2013
The LTM4633 μModule® (micromodule) regulator combines three complete 10A switching mode DC/DC converters into one small package. Included in the package are the switching controllers, power FETs, inductors, and most support components. The LTM4633’s three regulators operate from 4.7V to 16V input rail(s) or 2.375V ...