October 2003 Issue of PETech

Nov. 10, 2003
In the October 2003 issue of PETech, EPCOS AG's Mauricio Esguerra addresses the well-known problem of defining the minimum inductance value for a target roll-off and dc current in the frame of a hystersis model.

Also in October, Tony Armstrong of Linear Technology Corp. discusses alleviating noise concerns in handheld wireless products. Other feature articles include Lighting Management for Multimedia Displays and Ultracapacitor Technology Power Electronic Circuits.

Check out our Power Management Special Supplement, which features nine additional articles as well as Power Systems World Show Coverage and Product Highlights.

In his Editor's Viewpoint, Ashok Bindra asks if micro fuel cells can supplant batteries. In addition, October's issue contains more new products, along with the monthly Analog Feedback, Power Design and Product of the Month departments.

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