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Reading through this month’s article from Robert Kiely about the basics of 1/f noise, I remember the printed seminar books Analog Devices used during our seminar tours in the ʼ80s and ʼ90s. While printed versions of those books may be...

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Sometimes, a Signal Needs to Ride the Rails

I’m designing a signal conditioning block for a precision sensor analog front end. Should I use an op amp with rail-to-rail input?

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Grounding and Decoupling: Learn Basics Now and Save Yourself Much Grief Later! Part 3: Decoupling Continued

In the last article we covered the basics of decoupling and its importance in achieving desired performance levels from integrated circuits (ICs). In this article, we explore the details of capacitors—the fundamental circuit component used for decoupling. Read more ...