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Linear regulators are commonly employed to post-regulate switching regulator outputs. Benefits include improved stability, accuracy, transient response and lowered output impedance.
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Please use the links below to navigate to the other parts of the application note.

  1. Williams, Jim, “A Monolithic Switching Regulator with 100µV Output Noise,” Linear Technology Corporation, Application Note 70, October 1997 (See Appendices B,C,D,H,I and J)
  2. Williams, Jim, “Low Noise Varactor Biasing with Switching Regulators,” Linear Technology Corporation, Application Note 85, August 2000 (See pp 4-6 and Appendix C)
  3. Williams, Jim, “Component and Measurement Advances Ensure 16-Bit Settling Time,” Linear Technology Corporation, Application Note 74, July 1998 (See Appendix G)
  4. LT1763 Low Dropout Regulator Datasheet, Linear Technology Corporation
  5. Hurlock, Les, “ABCs of Probes,” Tektronix Inc., 1990
  6. McAbel, W.E., “Probe Measurements,” Tektronix Inc., Concept Series, 1971
  7. Morrison, Ralph, “Noise and Other Interfering Signals,” John Wiley and Sons, 1992
  8. Morrison, Ralph, “Grounding and Shielding Techniques in Instrumentation,” Wiley-Interscience, 1986
  9. Fair-Rite Corporation, “ Fair-Rite Soft Ferrites,” Fair-Rite Corporation, 1998


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