This white paper offers a closer look at the structure and the benefits of Trench Schottky rectifiers. This resource covers topics such as, why Trench rectifiers are typically the correct choice when a better trade-off between forwarding voltage drop and the leakage current is required, why they should also be selected in high power density applications where the ambient temperature is elevated, and what makes them ideal for applications with switching speeds above 100 kHz.
June 07, 2021 by Avnet
This white paper takes a closer look at fast EV charging infrastructure, AC vs. DC charging, charging rates and times, standards and protocols for DC charging, combined charging systems, use cases and configurations, and much more.
May 20, 2021 by onsemi
Clean and stable power rail voltages are the basis for proper performance of any electronic design. The continuing demand for higher performance, higher level of integration and lower power consumption drives supply voltages down, making voltage tolerances tighter and power rail qualification a challenging task.
May 06, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
Although the global diffusion of electric vehicles (EVs) is rapidly increasing, there are still many divergent standards and practices found around the world. While China and some European countries have established EV policies, there are still several key standardizations and requests for improvements in EVs in order to further accelerate their ubiquity around the world.
April 07, 2021 by Keysight Technologies
More and more devices are battery powered or need to have low power consumption for other reasons. In order to minimize your electronic device’s power consumption, you need to know the exact current profile. The R&S®NGM200 power supply series provides this information.
March 17, 2021 by Rohde & Schwarz
Powering automotive electronics systems can be challenging. Ideally, a complete power solution avoids the need for fuses, minimizes power dissipation, and features low quiescent current to support always-on systems without draining the battery.
In partnership with Digi-Key
In electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles, the Li-ion battery is one of the biggest cost factors. Therefore, its capacity must be fully exploited. Battery management systems play an essential role as the central element for monitoring and control. Infineon has now developed a new device for this purpose.
In partnership with Infineon Technologies