- on Power Supplies
- Published in issue 7/2010 on page 92
Discrete Low-drop Regulator
(Summer Circuits 2010 article)
This circuit was designed to ensure that an amplifier circuit containing a TDA1516Q would not exceed its maximum supply voltage when the load is small. This amplifier is used in a PC to increase the audio power somewhat. The PC power supply, however, created so much interference that an additional power supply was required.
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