|Elliott Sound Products||Application Note Index|
Page Last Updated - April 2019
These application notes are presented as a means of making useful circuits and sub-circuits available, along with some information about how they work, test results (where applicable), etc. Some of these are adapted from the projects page, as their application has the potential to be broader than indicated in the project itself.
Few of these (already published or yet to be published) are original, although some have been adapted and changed to the extent that the original may barely be recognisable. As always, if you have a good circuit idea feel free to submit it (along with any reference material).
|AN-001||Precision rectifiers. Half and full wave types for signal processing, instrumentation, etc.||Feb 2010|
|AN-002||Analogue metering amplifiers||Jun 2005|
|AN-003||Simple switchmode Supply for Luxeon Star LEDs||Jun 2005|
|AN-004||Car dome light extender - make the dome light stay on for a while after the car door is closed||Jun 2005|
|AN-005||Zero crossing detectors and comparators, Unsung heroes of modern electronics design||Jan 2011|
|AN-006||Ultra Simple 5V Switchmode Regulator - voltage regulator version of AN-003||Jun 2005|
|AN-007||High Power Zener Diode, boosting normal zeners to allow high power usage||Jun 2005|
|AN-008||How to Use Zener Diodes, the things the data sheets do not always tell you||Jun 2005|
|AN-009||Versatile DC motor speed controller (and where to get high power geared motors)||Jul 2005|
|AN-009/2||DC motor speed controller (Part 2)||Jul 2005|
|AN-010||2-Wire/ 4-Wire converters/ Hybrids (Telephone)||Feb 2009|
|AN-011||4-20mA Current Loop Signalling Interfaces||Feb 2011|
|AN-012||Peak, Average and RMS Measurements||Jul 2016|
|AN-013||Reverse Polarity Protection - A collection of different ways to protect electronic circuits||Jan 2017|
|AN-014||Peak Detection Circuits||Mar 2017|
|AN-015||Input Overvoltage Protection Circuits||Apr 2018|
|AN-016||Measuring Ultra-High Resistance With Existing (Cheap) Equipment||Apr 2019|
|AN-166||Basic Feedback Theory (Philips Semiconductors)||Dec 1988|
|AN-1000||Mounting Guidelines for the SUPER-220 - Transistor Mounting Techniques (IR)||Unknown|
|AN-72||A Seven-Nanosecond Comparator for Single Supply Operation (Linear Technology)||May 1998|
Each application note may have one or more 'flags'. These indicate the status of the app. note, and are as follows ...
|The design (or update) is less than 2 months old (or thereabouts)|
|Mains wiring is involved, and is potentially dangerous - heed all warnings ! Note that other app. notes may also need a power supply which also requires mains wiring|
|Date||The page was added or updated on the date shown|
|The appnote has had an update since original publication|
|Link to external site|
ESP reserves the right to change or update application notes, projects and articles without notice, so it is important to be aware that a change may have been made. You should always watch for updates of previously published items. Do not build any of the circuits presented here without checking for updates first. An "update" symbol indicates an addition or update within the last two months or so.
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Please note that these application notes are not supported, so do not ask for assistance or explanations. All circuits are checked for accuracy, but it is not guaranteed that they will work for your application. In the same way that you might find application notes published by semiconductor (or other) manufacturers, you don't e-mail them for help and the same applies here.
Submissions are welcome, but unlike magazines where they may offer prizes or cash for submissions, all I can offer is wide distribution of your idea. Please ensure that any submission is accompanied by full disclosure of references - do not try to claim the work of others as your own.
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