Analog Design Journal

TI’s Analog Design Journal offers power and signal chain technical insight written by engineers for engineers. Published quarterly since 1999, these exclusive, carefully selected articles help novice and seasoned engineers sharpen their knowledge of emerging applications and analog circuits.

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New articles

How to reduce radiated emissions of digital isolators for systems with RF module

This article describes methods to minimize the impact of digital isolators on the sensitivity of RF modules so that they can support the expected error‐free communication range.

The architecture of a switched-capacitor charger with fast charging and high efficiency

This article describes how a smart wall adapter and a switched‐capacitor charger can deliver high current to the battery while keeping the current and voltage drop of the USB cable low.

Second-sourcing options for small-package amplifiers

This article discusses how to provide a second‐source option for small‐package amplifiers that do not have a second source that is direct pin‐to‐pin compatible.

Common mistakes made in controller designs for power converters

This article describes the most common mistakes in controller‐based designs, with some best practices that can help prevent those mistakes.

Featured authors

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Robert Taylor

I enjoy extending my knowledge and teaching newer engineers by removing design obstacles in their path.

Collin Wells

[While enrolled at University of Texas at Dallas] I was involved in
robotics and tutoring. My hobbies include gardening, fishing and fixing small and large engine machinery.

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Tommy Neu

My favorite thing about engineering is creating solutions that haven’t been done before.

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T.K. Chin

As a boy, I liked to learn from electricians when they fixed problems and liked to take my toys a part. Having a mindset of problem solving and a do-it-myself attitude made me a perfect fit as an engineer.


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