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Intersil Corporation

2401 Palm Bay Rd
Palm Bay, FL 32905
USA
WebSite: http://www.intersil.com
Phone: 321-724-7000
Toll Free: 888-Intersil
Fax: 321-724-7946
Email: webmaster@intersil.com
   

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Recent Articles for Intersil Corporation:
Low cost LED driver controllers maximize efficiency
The ISL 1903/1904 LED driver controllers can operate in critical conduction mode (CrCM) and deliver the industry’s highest efficiency . . .
24-bit ADCs offers highest measurement accuracy
The ISL26102/104 24-bit ADCs offer an on-chip ultra-low noise programmable gain amplifier that provide optimal measurement accuracy over a . . .
Industry’s first 30-A encapsulated power module
The ISL8225M is the industry’s first 30­­­−A encapsulated power module. The power module features the industry’s highest power density . . .
Op amps: Not all the same
Are op amps all the same? Why are some better than others at certain tasks? How are some op . . .
Some recent upgrades to existing designs tools
Today most of the semiconductor companies offer a variety of design tools. If you are a design engineer you . . .

Videos for Intersil Corporation:
Intersil video: Talk with Tamara Schmitz
EP talks to Tamara Schmitz, Ph.D, Senior Principle Applications Engineer at Intersil, about their proximity sensors
EP talks to Tamara Schmitz, Ph.D, Senior Principle Applications Engineer at Intersil, about their proximity sensors, visit www.intersil.com\sensors for more information
Cooking With Analog Semiconductors
From Intersil
Intersil Corporation cooks up some tasty treats with some surprising ingredients.
I-Design with Anna Logue
From Intersil
Anna Logue teaches Slide Rule Lou a thing or two about designing multi cell li-ion battery packs.
Measuring RF in Circuits
From Intersil
Intersil's Don LaFontaine shows a quick tip on how to measure your circuits suseptibility to RF signals. This design idea is another in Intersil's Whiteboard Wizard series focusing on analog semiconductors.
Designing with Data/Audio Switches
From Intersil
This tutorial from Intersil explains how you can eliminate redundant connectors by using a single switch that is capable of passing high-speed USB data, charging, as well as audio and video signal transmission.
Reference Design Documents for Intersil Corporation:
Reference Design using the HC55185 and the IDT821054/64 Programmable Quad PCM CODEC
The purpose of this application note is to provide a reference design for the HC55185 and IDT821054/64 Programmable Quad PCM CODECs. The network requirements of many countries require the analog subscriber line circuit (SLIC) to terminate the subscriber line with an impedance for voiceband frequencies which is complex, rather than resistive (e.g.). The HC55185 accomplishes this impedance matching with a single network connected between the VTX pin and the -IN pin. The IDT821054/64 Quad PCM CODECs uses an intergrated programmable DSP to realize AC Impedance Matching, Transhybrid Balance, Frequency Response Correction and Gain Setting functions.
Reference Design using the HC55185 and the IDT821068 Programmable Octal PCM CODEC
The purpose of this application note is to provide a reference design for the HC55185 and IDT821068 Programmable Octal PCM cODEC. The network requirements of many countries require the analog subscriber line circuit (SLIC) to terminate the subscriber line with an impedance for voiceband frequencies which is complex, rather than resistive (e.g.). The HC55185 accomplishes this impedance matching with a single network connected between the VTX pin and the -IN pin. The IDT821068 Octal PCM CODEC uses an integrated programmable DSP to realize AC Impedance Matching, Transhybrid Balance, Frequency Response Correction and Gain Setting functions.
Reference Design using the HC55185 and the AK2306/2306LV Dual PCM CODEC
The purpose of this application note is to provide a reference design for the HC55185 and AK2306/2306LV Dual PCM CODEC. The network requirements of many countries require the analog subscriber line circuit (SLIC) to terminate the subscriber line with an impedance for voiceband frequencies which is complex, rather than resistive (e.g.). The HC55185 accomplishes this impedance matching with a single network (RS Figure 1) connected between the VTX pin and the -IN pin. The AK2306/2306LV Dual PCM CODEC includes Selectable A-law/law function, Internal Gain Adjustment from +6dB to -18dB by 1dB steps control and a selectable 16Hz/20Hz Ring Tone Generator.
Reference Design using the HC5503PRC SLIC and the Texas Instruments TP3057A Combined PCM CODEC and Filter
The network requirements of many countries require the Analog Subscriber Line Circuit (SLIC) to terminate the subscriber line with an impedance for voiceband frequencies which is complex, rather than resistive (e.g.). This requires that the physical resistance that is situated between the SLIC and the subscriber line, comprised of protection and/or sensing resistors, and the output resistance of the SLIC itself, be adapted to present an impedance to the subscriber line that varies with frequency. This is accomplished using feedback around the SLIC. The purpose of this application note is to show a means of accomplishing this task for the HC5503PRC and Texas Instruments TP3057A Combo.
Reference Design using the HC5503PRC SLIC and the Texas Instruments TCM38C17 Quad Combo
The network requirements of many countries require the analog subscriber line circuit (SLIC) to terminate the subscriber line with an impedance for voiceband frequencies which is complex, rather than resistive (e.g., 600W). This requires that the physical resistance that is situated between the SLIC and the subscriber line, comprised of protection and/or sensing resistors, and the output resistance of the SLIC itself, be adapted to present an impedance to the subscriber line that varies with frequency. This is accomplished using feedback around the SLIC. The purpose of this application note is to show a means of accomplishing this task for the HC5503PRC and Texas Instruments TCM38C17 Quad Combo.