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Introducing the LT3070 point-of-load regulator for FPGA and server backplanes

June 07, 2011 // Jean-Pierre Joosting

Introducing the LT3070 point-of-load regulator for FPGA and server backplanes

Modern FPGAs and servers operating at low voltages are sensitive to subtle supply drops. The drop may result from a combination of excess regulator noise, insufficient bandwidth in the supply regulator, excess ESR & ESL in the decoupling components, or distributed inductance in the power distribution.


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