Using load switches instead of standalone MOSFETs can provide greater flexibility, control, and protection for low-power circuits and system power management.
Power multiplexer circuits help designs switch between energy supplies when ambient power demands fluctuate.
This article looks at the architectural improvements and newer processing techniques that are pushing silicon device thermal ratings up.
This article will examine a number of the key parameters for MOSFETs in typical DC/DC converter applications that reflect trends towards reduced Rds(on) and low switching losses through good charge-storage characteristics.
This article looks at developments in power MOSFETs and IGBTs to address demands for power components for motion-control systems that deliver energy in precise charge packets to motor windings.
Many system boards require multiple voltage rails to drive a variety of device loads spread across the board.