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Old 15th August 2008, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default Clean bipolar power from USBuss

This is pretty much the stock implementation of the LT3439 ultra low noise switcher -- promises maybe 100uV or less noise with the filters shown -- I use 70 uH with an 85kHz switching frequency -- only because I have a bunch of 70uH inductors laying around. I put a zener on the front input as the LT3439 is limited to 20V input -- the power supply could also be used in an automotive application. The drop resistor value is TBA.

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The LT3439 is TSSOP so I had some boards made with a solder mask -- these should be back in a week or so. The LT3439 is cooled with the copper pour on the top surface. Resistors and caps are 0603, but I use through-hole electrolytics as they are so much easier to mount than smt's.

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