Analog semiconductor companies release buck-regulator chips so often you might think nothing of it. Yet there’s an enormous amount of work that goes into getting that silicon ready for sale. As a former application engineer, I can appreciate all the things that have to happen after the silicon is sorted out and working. I was reminded of this recently on a trip to Texas Instruments’ Silicon Valley campus.
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