September 2003 Issue of PETech

Oct. 10, 2003
In the September 2003 issue of PETech, Datel's Eric Wilcox discusses how the march toward lower voltages and higher currents made future testing requirements predictable. Surpisingly, new applications and dc-dc products designed to meet requirements are challenging our testing abilities.

Other September features include "Eliminating the Achilles Heel of the Linear Charger," "Selecting the Right UPS for the Job," "W-Gated Trench MOSFET Delivers High Efficiency," and "Closing the Loop with a Popular Shunt Regulator."

Be sure to read PETech editor Ashok Bindra's thoughts on the recent Northeast blackout, as well as his September Analog Feedback department, "Hot-Swap Power Controllers continue to Make Progress." Also this month, Keith Billings talks about forward transformer designs in the Power Design department.

Catch up on 18 of the industry's latest technological innovations in our New Products and Product of the Month departments, which highlights Siliconix's Si3867DV p-channel MOSFET.

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