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120 San Gabriel Dr.
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
USA
WebSite: http://www.maxim-ic.com
Phone: 408-737-7600
Fax: 408-737-7194
Email: info@maxim-ic.com
   

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Recent Articles for Maxim Integrated Products:
HV digital pulsers provide 2 A
The MAX4806/07/08 dual, high-voltage digital pulsers enable unipolar or bipolar pulsing in high-voltage systems, and provide 2.0 A minimum . . .
RF bias control ICs come in tiny packages
Housed in 48-pin TQFN packages, the MAX1385/1386/11008 dual RF LDMOS bias controllers integrate all the functions needed in a . . .
Chipset eliminates cost in polyphase energy meters
The DS8102 modulator and encoder and the MAXQ3108 microcontroller form a chipset that targets the isolation and data-coupling needs . . .
Video filter amp is industry’s smallest
Enabling SD video playback from portable devices to any television, the MAX9519 analog filter amplifier is offered as the . . .
Adjustable OVPs guard against 28-V faults
The MAX14527/MAX14528 overvoltage protectors (OVPs) guard against voltage faults up to 28 V. The devices employ an internal, 100-mΩ . . .

Videos for Maxim Integrated Products:
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APEC 2011 Teridian (Maxim) demos 78M6613 energy measuremnet SoC
APEC 2011 Teridian (Maxim) demos 78M6613 energy measuremnet SoC
Teridian, now a part of Maxim, demonstrates a SoC energy measurement solution for ac/dc power supplies, bringing more management and control to servers.
Reference Design Documents for Maxim Integrated Products:
All-Ceramic Capacitor Step-Down/Inverter Supplies ±5V at 3A
This 1MHz all-ceramic capacitor design uses the MAX8538 dual synchronous buck controller to provide soft-start and soft-stop functions for the +5V and -5V rails at the same time. One controller output is configured as a synchronous buck converter to provide +5V at 3A. The second buck controller is configured as a flyback inverter with a 1:1 transformer to provide -5V at 3A.
Boost driver for long LED strings using aluminum electrolytic capacitors
The long strings of LEDs commonly found in TV and display backlighting, street lights, and parking garage lights require a current driver capable of producing high voltages. This reference design provides such a driver using the MAX16834, and demonstrates how very-high dimming ratios can be obtained.
Design of a Nonisolated, Flyback LED Driver Circuit
Flyback LED drivers are versatile because they can be used for applications that have input voltages above or below the required output voltages. Furthermore, when flyback circuits are designed to operate in the discontinuous inductor current mode, they lend themselves to a simple circuit configuration that keeps the LED current constant without using additional control loops. The circuit described in this application note is designed around the highly integrated MAX16802 PWM LED driver IC.
Designing Robust and Fault-Tolerant Motion-Control Feedback Systems
This article reviews basic servo systems and development of the fault-tolerant feedback systems for servo systems. Controller receiver circuit design, proper PC-board receiver circuit layout, and the encoder's signal cable and termination are discussed. Additionally, various types of industrial feedback encoders are presented, along with the various types of faults that can develop in a servo feedback system.
Choosing the Right 1-Wire Master for Embedded Applications
The 1-Wire bus is a simple signaling scheme that performs half-duplex bidirectional communications between a master controller and one or more slaves sharing a common data line. Both power delivery and data communication take place over this single line, making 1-Wire devices unmatched in their ability to provide key functions to systems where interconnect must be minimized. The 1-Wire products provide combinations of memory, mixed-signal, and secure authentication functions through a single-contact serial interface. Typical applications of 1-Wire devices are: identification of print cartridges or medical consumables; calibration and control of rack cards; identification and authentication of printed circuit boards, accessories, and peripherals;and protection of intellectual property, clone prevention, and secure feature control.