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The Power Tips! Series
#1, July 2008: "Picking the right operating frequency for your power supply",
#2, August 2008: "Taming a noisy power supply",
#3, September 2008: "Damping the input filter--Part 1",
#4, October 2008: "Damping the input filter--Part 2",
#5, November 2008: "Buck-boost design uses a buck controller",
#6, December 2008: "Accurately Measuring Power Supply Ripple",
#7, January 2009: "Efficiently driving LEDs offline",
#8, January 2009: "Reduce EMI by varying power supply frequency",
#9, March 2009: "Estimating Surface Mounted Semiconductor Temperature Rise",
#10, April 2009: "Simply Estimate Load Transient Response",
#11, May 2009: "Resolve Power Supply Circuit Losses",
#12, July 2009: "Maximize Power Supply Efficiency",
#13, July 2009: "Don't get burned by inductor core losses",
#14, July 2009: "SEPIC converter makes an efficient bias supply",
#15, September 2009: "Design a low-cost, high-performance LED driver",
#16, September 2009: "Snubbing the forward converter",
#17, November 2009: "Snubbing the flyback Converter",
#18, December 2009: "Your regulator’s output-voltage accuracy may not be as bad as you think",
#19, January 2010: "Easily create multiple negative output voltages",
#20, February 2010: "Watch those unintended resonant responses",
#21, March 2010: "Watch That Capacitor RMS Ripple Current Rating!",
#22, April 2010: "Avoid These Common Error Amp Pitfalls",
#23, May 2010: "Improve a power-supply's load-transient response--Part 1",
#24, June 2010: "Convert parallel impedances to series impedances",
#25, July 2010: "Improve a power supply's load transient response--Part 2",, August 2010: "Current distribution in high-frequency conductors",
#27, September 2010: "Paralleling power supplies using the droop method",
#28, October 2010: "Power Tip 28: Estimating transient temperature rise in a hot-swap
MOSFET–Part 1",
#29, November 2010: "Power Tip 29: Estimating transient temperature rise in a hot-swap
MOSFET–Part 2 ",
#30, December 2010: "Power Tip 30: Low-voltage buck IC makes simple, inexpensive bias
supply,", January 2011: "Pick the right resistance ratio of synchronous buck MOSFETs", February 2011: "Beware of circulating currents in a SEPIC coupled-inductor–Part 1"
#33, March 2011: "Beware of circulating currents in a SEPIC coupled-inductor–Part 2"
#34, April 2011: "Design a simple, isolated bias supply"
#35, May 2011: "Minimize transformer interwinding capacitance effects"
#36, June 2011: "Higher-voltage LEDs improve light bulb efficiency"
#37, July 2011: "Trade line range for input-capacitor ripple current"
#38, August 2011: "Simple latch circuit protects power supplies", September 2011: "You get more than just better efficiency by going synchronous", October 2011: "Common-mode currents and EMI in non-isolated power supplies", November 2011: "Powering DDR memory" (Part 1): "Discrete devices—a good alternative to integrated MOSFET drivers" "Discrete devices—a good alternative to integrated MOSFET drivers (Part 2)" "Handling high dI/dt load transients, Part 1" "Handling high dI/dt load transients, Part 2"
#46: "Time your synchronous-buck FETs properly"
#47: "Tame conducted common-mode emissions in isolated switchers (Part 1)"
#48: “Tame conducted common-mode emissions in isolated switchers (Part 2)” Avoid these common multi-layer ceramic capacitor pitfalls
#50: Avoid these common aluminum electrolytic capacitor pitfalls
Power Tip 51: Be aware of capacitor parasitics
Power Tip 52: Making over the wall wart
Power Tip 53: Use P-SPICE to design your power supply control loop
Power Tip 54: Use a two-section filter for a low-noise power supply
Power Tip 55: Compensate a low-noise power supply having a two-section filter
Power Tip 56: Estimate PWB interconnect inductance
Power Tip 57: Design a flyback primary switch snubber
Power Tip 58: Power supply grounding--which camp are you in? Tip 59: Save check-out time with a good power supply layout
Power Tip 60: Three simple split-rail power supply topologies
Power Tip 61: Watch the Conversion Ratio on Boost Converters
Power Tip 62: Boost or Flyback for Extreme Conversion Ratios?
Power Tip 63: Testing High-di/dt Power Supplies
Power Tip 64: Compensate for Cable Drop Without Remote Sensing
Power Tip 65: Power Supply Implications of Envelope Tracking
Power Tip 66: Reduce EMI From an Offline Power Supply Cost-Effectively
Power Tip 67: Improve Discontinuous Flyback Efficiency With Synchronous Rectifiers
Power Tip 68: Pick the Right Turns Ratio for a Fly-Buck Converter
Power Tip 69: A Simple Oversight Can Ruin EMI Performance
Power Tip 70: Use Weighted Feedback in Multiple-Output Supplies to Meet Regulation Specs
Power Tip 71: Synchronous Boost Labors the High-to-Low Transition
Power Tip 72: Select the Right Rectifiers for Multiple Output Flybacks
Power Tip 73: Synchronizing Makes for Well-Behaved Power Supplies
Power Tip 74: Interleaving Gets More Power From a Flyback