Power-supply design becomes complicated when you’re faced with multiple conflicting specifications. One example is the design of a double-data-rate (DDR) memory supply for an automotive environment. The design objectives are to minimize supply size, maximize efficiency, and minimize electromagnetic interference (EMI) to other systems. Obviously, tradeoffs are involved.
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