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Quantifying the value of wide VIN

by mmatheson on 16th June 2016 at 22:26
-Excerpt from E2E TI Blogs -
When designing a power supply, one of the challenges designers often face is dealing with voltage transients. It is important to protect circuitry from voltage spikes greater than the rated input voltage (VIN) of the integrated circuit (IC). When dealing with voltage transients, designers have a choice between using a DC/DC converter on the front end of the system with a wide-enough input voltage range to cover any transients, or a lower VIN DC/DC converter with

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Worth a share here: Gmin's Innovation Labs: Enabling Generations of Young Innovators

by mmatheson on 12th March 2014 at 18:24
MIT finds 15-year-old scouring trash bins for parts.


When MIT discovered Kelvin, he was living in utter poverty. But that didn't stop this engineering whiz kid from building something amazing.
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