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Start with the news release Compact linear regulator with thermal resistance from Linear Technology, which we summarised at the time by saying "Linear Technology has produced a wider-temperature-range version of the LT3010, a high-voltage, micropower linear regulator for avionics, military, industrial, automotive, RF and telecom applications.". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Linear launches high-voltage battery charger from Linear Technology: "Linear Technology has introduced the LT3652HV, a higher-voltage version of the LT3652 monolithic buck battery charger for applications including solar-powered systems and automotive equipment.".

In November 2010, we covered the news from Linear Technology - take a look at VLDO ideal for low-voltage, high-current rails which says: "The LT3022 is a 1A very low dropout linear regulator (VLDO) that is ideal for low-voltage, high-current rails in digital ICs such as FPGAs, ASICs, DSPs, microprocessors and microcontrollers. ".

Take a look also at the news release from Linear Technology, Isolator provides communication between I2C busses, as well as Linear Technology adds H- and MP-grade controllers from Linear Technology, and DC/DC converter suits local power supply designs from Linear Technology.

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Supercapacitor chargers for data storage systems (September 2010)

The LTC4425, is the latest in Linear Technology's range of two-cell supercapacitor chargers that address high peak power, data backup and 'dying gasp' needs in portable and data storage applications.

Switching regulator suits automotive applications (August 2010)

Linear Technology has announced the LT3980, a 2A, 58VIN step-down switching regulator said to be ideal for load dump and cold-crank conditions commonly found in automotive applications.

Buck-boost converter for space-critical tasks (August 2010)

The LTC3127 from Linear Technology is a 96 per cent efficient, synchronous buck-boost converter that is ideal for GSM modems or supercapacitor chargers.

Charger system targets li-ion/polymer batteries (July 2010)

Linear Technology has introduced the LTC4070, a small-shunt battery-charger system IC for li-ion/polymer batteries.

Voltage reference supports automotive applications (July 2010)

Linear Technology has announced the LTC6655, an ultra-stable voltage reference with a noise level of 625nVp-p (0.25ppmp-p) from 0.1Hz to 10Hz for instrumentation and test equipment.

Buck regulator uses 2.25MHZ switching frequency (July 2010)

Linear Technology has announced the LTC3619 synchronous buck regulator, which operates from an input voltage range of 2.5V to 5.5V, making it suitable for single-cell Li-ion and USB applications.

DC/DC converter is compact LED driver solution (July 2010)

Linear Technology has announced the LT3519, a 45V, high-side current sense DC/DC converter designed to drive high-current LEDs in applications such as automotive and industrial lighting.

Switching regulator for automotive applications (July 2010)

Linear Technology has launched a 350mA, 40V step-down switching regulator with integrated boost and catch diodes, suitable for automotive and industrial applications.

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