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Scalable, Low Weight DC-DC Solution with High Capacitive Loads

Scalable, Low Weight DC-DC Solution with High Capacitive Loads

We recently had a customer that had a variety of unique power system challenges that needed to be overcome.

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A Power Solution for Line Cards

Power systems have been thought of as a commodity in applications such as line cards. Increasing density means that this lack of focus makes it difficult for power engineers

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Optimizing the Power Architecture of Video Walls

July 22, 2016
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Optimizing the Power Architecture of Video Walls

Video walls present an interesting challenge for power system designers: they need to develop power chains that are compact, light and highly efficient

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How DCMs Keep Tethered Drones Flying

April 21, 2016
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How DCMs Keep Tethered Drones Flying

Download this informative paper by Arthur Russell and Alexander Mezin to find out how the compact size and light weight of our DCMs make them ideal for applications such as tethered drones.

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The PFM Enables Small Cellular Base Stations

March 9, 2016
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The PFM Enables Small Cellular Base Stations

Consumers and businesses expect cellular network coverage to be ubiquitous. In offices, shopping centers and other busy locations, they are no longer prepared to accept dropped calls or even slow data rates. To fill in gaps in coverage, mobile operators – and increasingly businesses themselves – are installing small cells.

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Architectural Lighting Applications Need Compact, Easy-to-Use Power Components

January 6, 2016
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Architectural Lighting Applications Need Compact, Easy-to-Use Power Components

Architectural lighting is an increasingly popular way to draw attention to buildings and the urban environment. LEDs are a popular choice of lighting technology, allowing large structures to be illuminated using minimal energy.

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DCM Arrays are Ideal Solution for Power-Hungry Applications from 320 W to 4.8 kW

March 26, 2015
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DCM Arrays are Ideal Solution for Power-Hungry Applications from 320 W to 4.8 kW

With modern electronic systems demanding more and more power, it can be difficult to find a power component that is able to deliver sufficient energy. The Vicor power component design methodology is a simple approach that allows designers to build exactly the power chain they need by combining different functional blocks

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