||Adaptive Computing Machines.
||Transistors like NPN, PNP, NMOS, CMOS etc. The specialty of a transistor is that it can amplify, namely yield an output electrical signal bigger than the signal at its input. For this reason these devices are characterized as “active”.
||The gap in the typically doughnut shaped magnetic core of an inductor. The gap width times the area of the doughnut cross section is the volume in which the inductor's energy is stored.
||ANSYS, Inc.—computer-aided engineering technology and engineering design analysis software products and services.
||The process technology yielding NPN and PNP transistors.
||A circuit built with bipolar transistors such as NPN and PNP transistors.
||A DC-DC converter built according to industry standard footprint. Examples of form factors are: the popular 1/4 Brick (2.28" × 1.45") and the newly defined 1/16 Brick (1.1" × 0.9").
||Bill Of Materials.
||A device or technique that produces an output voltage above the input voltage.
||A voltage regulator that produces an output lower than its input. Also called step down (and sometimes step-down) converter. The term “buck” appears to be just another reference to the lower value of the output or as the American Heritage Dictionary puts it “of the lowest rank in a category.”
|Buck xDSP core
||Step down regulator (buck) for DSP core.
||Transfers voltage ...|