BR1522/D
                                           Rev. 2, Aug-2000



           Technical Literature Selector
            Guide and Cross Reference

                                    ON Semiconductor




A Listing and Cross Reference of Available Technical
                  Literature from ON Semiconductor

Technical Literature Selector Guide and Cross Reference A Listing and Cross Reference of Available Technical Literature from ON Semiconductor BR1522/D Rev. 2, Aug–2000 © SCILLC, 2000 Previous Edition ©1999 “All Right Reserved”

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Introduction This recently revised Technical Literature Selector Guide and Cross Reference is designed to better assist you in finding and selecting Technical Literature on the broad protfolio of ON Semiconductor’s devices. This manual is now broken down into several new sections: a listing of available data books and brochures; an alphabetical subject, device number, and SPICE model indices, as well as abstracts on application notes, article reprints and engineering bulletins. Please see the table of contents on page 5 for details. ON Semiconductor’s “applications literature” provides guidance to the effective use of its Analog, Discrete and Logic product families across a broad range of practical applications. Many different topics are discussed – in a way that is not always possible in a device data sheet. These may range from detailed circuit designs complete with PCB layouts, through matters to consider when embarking on a design, to overviews of a new product family and its design philosophy. Information is presented in the form of Application Notes (AN’s), Article Reprints1 (AR’s) and Engineering Bulletins (EB’s). The Application Notes, Article Reprints, and Engineering Bulletins are written to enhance the user’s knowledge and understanding of ON Semiconductor’s products. However, before attempting to design–in a device referenced in these documents, please contact your local ON Semiconductor supplier or sales representative for product availability and available application support. Information in this document is given in good faith and no liability is accepted for errors or omissions. Includes literature published or revised between December 1, 1997, and August, 2000. 1. Article Reprints are documents that were originally published in trade or press and have been reprinted with permission of the specific publisher. http://onsemi.com 3

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Table of Contents Section 1. Primary Literature Listing (Data Books, Brochures, Selector Guides, etc.) Data Book Abstracts by Document Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Brochure Abstracts by Document Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Selctor Guide Abstracts by Document Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Other Book Abstracts by Document Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Section 2. Application Notes, Article Reprints and Engineering Bulletins Subject Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Device Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 SPICE Model Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Document Abstracts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Section 3. INDEX INDEX of Orderable Document Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 http://onsemi.com 5

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Data Book Abstracts Data Book Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract DL111/D D Bipolar Power Transistor Data, ON Semiconductor produces more than 700 off–the–shelf power Rev 7 transistors covering a very wide range of applications. These transistor currents range from 0.1 to 80A and their voltages range from 25 to 1000V, with power dissipations from 5 to 250W. Their electrical, thermal and mechanical characteristics are presented in the form a Data Sheets. The book also includes a competitor Cross Reference and a Selector Guide. Note: This data book has been published with an ON Semiconductor cover, but still contains Data Sheets with the ON Semiconductor logos. DL121/D L LS TTL Data, Rev 6 Low Power Schottky (LS TTL) has been a long time industry standard for logic devices. ON Semiconductor still offers a wide range of these devices, and will continue to provide this logic family as required by the industry. DL122/D L MECL Device Data, Rev 7 Presents full technical data for ON Semiconductor’s monolithic Emitter Coupled Logic families, including MECL 10H, MECL 10K and MECL III, plus Phase–Locked Loop products. MECL offers very high speeds – with propagation delays down to 1.0ns – for use in computer systems, high–performance ATE and process control systems, signal processors and navigation systems. The families also offer other advantages which combine to reduce package count and simplify system design. This book includes a technical introduction to MECL and a detailed discussion of system design considerations. DL126/D D Small Signal Transistors, FETs Presents technical information for the several families that make up and Diodes, Rev 6 ON Semiconductor’s small–signal semiconductor product range, including bipolar transistors, JFETs and diodes. Complete device specifications and typical performance curves are given on individual data sheets, which are grouped by families and by their through–hole and surface mount packages. A Selector Guide provides a quick comparison in the form of data sheets, with a competitor Cross Reference and a Selector Guideof performance characteristics. Additional sections describe package outline drawings, footprints for soldering and tape–and–reel specifications. DL128/D A Analog ICs, Rev 6 Presents detailed technical information in the form of data sheets on ON Semiconductor’s broad range of linear and interface ICs. Products are divided into 10 sections, including Amplifiers and Comparators, Power Supply Circuits, Motor Control, Voltage References, Data Conversion, Interface Circuits, Communica- tions, Consumer and Automotive. Each section includes its own comprehensive Selector Guide, while an industry Cross Reference lists over 3,000 products with their ON Semiconductor Direct or Similar Replacements. Package mechanical data is provided, plus tape–and–reel information for surface mount. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 8

Data Book Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract DL129/D L High–Speed CMOS Logic, Rev 7 For many years, CMOS devices have been used in applications where low power consumption, wide power supply range and high noise immunity are the important factors. For higher speed applications, designers were forced to sacrifice the CMOS benefits and select bipolar families such as LSTTL. ON Semiconductor’s High Speed CMOS family satisfies many high–speed applications, while retaining the CMOS features. The HSCMOS Data Book includes a Selector Guide by function, a discussion of design and handling considerations, and full electrical and performance data in the form of data sheets. DL131/D L CMOS Logic Data, Rev 4 Presents technical data for ON Semiconductor’s broad line of Metal–Gate CMOS logic ICs. Complete specifications are provided in the form of data sheets. In addition, a Product Selector Guide and a Handling and Design Guidelines chapter are included, providing additional product and applications information. Includes data on all the logic circuits from the MC14000 series; non–logic devices in this series are covered in the CMOS Application–Specific Standard ICs data book, reference DL130/D. DL135/D P TMOS Power MOSFETs, Rev 6 The Power MOSFET data book is currently undergoing a complete overhaul. This overhaul includes: the removal ofd several technologies and part numbers that are obsolete; the addition of several new technologies and part numbers that are being introduced into the portfolio; the correction of other minor documentation errors that have occurred in the past versions of the book; and the addition of indeces and other user–friendly information. Expected completion of this task is the end of October, 2000. DL137/D D Thyristor Device Data, Rev 7 Thyristors are useful across a broad range of control applications. Compared to a mechanical switch a thyristor has a long service life and fast switching times; its regenerative action and low ON–resistance allow it to be used to control AC loads as well as for simple switching tasks. Thyristor Device Data presents data sheet information – plus a comprehensive Selector Guide and industry Cross Reference – on ON Semiconductor’s thyristor families, including SCRs, Triacs, surge suppressors and trigger devices. It includes 220 pages of theory and applications information. DL138/D L FACT Data, Rev 3 FACTt uses a sub 2 micron silicon gate CMOS process to attain speeds similar to Advanced Low Power Schottky, while retaining the ultra low power and high noise immunity of CMOS logic. It also offers superior line driving characteristics and excellent ESD and latchup immunity. This data book describes ON Semiconductor’s product line with device specifications and a Selector Guide, plus design considerations and comparisons with previous technologies. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 9

Data Book Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract DL140/D L High Performance ECL Data, This data book contains device specifications in the form of data Rev 4 sheets for ON Semiconductor’s ECLinPSt and ECLinPS Litet advanced Emitter coupled Logic family. ECLinPS (ECL in picoseconds) was developed in response to the demand for an even higher performance logic family of standard logic functions, especially for the computer, ATE, instrumentation and communications industries. ECLinPS offers a maximum single gate delay of 500ps including package delay, and a flip–flop toggle frequency up to 1 GHz. Each function is available with either MECL 10KH or 100K compatibility. DL150/D D TVS/Zener Devices, Rev 1 Presents technical data for ON Semiconductor’s broad line of Transient Voltage Suppressors (TVS) and Zener Diodes. Complete specifications are given in the form of data sheets, with separate sections for surface mount devices. A comprehensive Selector Guide and Industry Cross Reference are included to assist the choice of devices for specific applications, showing ON Semiconductor direct replacement and similar replacement parts. The comprehensive Technical Information section has been edited and updated from the popular ON Semiconductor Zener Diode Manual, and includes Application Notes/Article Reprints. DL151/D D Rectifier Device Data, Rev 2 ON Semiconductor is one of the world’s leading suppliers of rectifiers, including switching power supply devices. This book contains a comprehensive Selector Guide showing Application Specific, Schottky, Ultrafast, Fast, Ultrasoft and general purpose rectifiers, and automotive transient suppressors. Detailed electrical and mechanical information is provided in the form of data sheets for all devices. Industry cross reference data is also included. DL203/D L Very High–Speed CMOS Logic, ON Semiconductor’s VHC Advanced High–Speed CMOS logic Rev 2 family is designed for operation on 2V to 5.5V supplies. When operating at supply voltages less than 5V the devices feature 5V–tolerant inputs to aid 3V–5V mixed system designs, and with speeds more than 60% faster than HCMOS, VHC is the perfect family for new, low–cost, low–power designs. Excellent noise performance also makes VHC a good replacement for FACT logic. This data book contains full data sheets on all devices offered by ON Semiconductor. DLD601/D L One–Gate Logic Devices, Rev 0 Less is more! With the ever increasing innovations in wireless electronic equipment, physical space within that equipment is at a premium today. ON Semiconductor’s One–Gate logic products are positioned to contribute significantly to the success of equipment designs targeted for the computer, networking and communica- tions, and the consumer electronics markets. This data book introduces the VHC and HC One–Gate product families and contains complete data sheet specifications for each device offered. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 10

Brochure Abstracts Brochure Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract BR480/D D Energy Efficient Semiconductors A brochure outlining basic information on the use of electronic for Lighting, Rev 1 ballasts in energy efficient lighting applications. Includes data on high intensity discharge lamps, industrial fluorescent lamps, holgen lamps, power factor correction, and ballast applications. Also includes several application notes, packaging information and a selector guide. BR1339/D L LCX Data – Low Voltage CMOS ON Semiconductor’s 3V LCX family features 5V–tolerant inputs Logic Devices, Rev 3 and outputs to enable an easy transition to 3V systems or to mixed 3V/5V systems. Low power, low switching noise and fast switching speeds make the family perfect for low power portable applications as well as for high end advanced workstation applications. This data book includes overall specifications for the family, general applications information, a discussion of design considerations, and individual datasheets for all the devices in the family. BR1487/D D Thermal Modeling and Thermal management is one of the main challenges facing Management of Discrete Surface designers of modern portable electronic equipment. As end users Mount Devices, Rev 2 demand more and more features in battery powered devices such as notebook computers and mobile phones, the designer is presented with new issues concerned with “how to get the heat out.” This publication is a collection of five technical papers, published during 1996, which will give an insight into the latest methods of thermal measurement and modeling of the discrete surface mount packages commonly used in handheld, battery powered equipment. BR1492/D L LVX Data – Low Voltage CMOS Presents information in data sheet form on ON Semiconductor’s Logic Devices, Rev 0 LVX Family of 74–series Low–Voltage CMOS devices with 5V–tolerant inputs. BR1513/D L ECLinPS Plus™ Data Brochure, Presents information in data sheet form on ON Semiconductor’s Rev 1 ECLinPS Plust Family of 10EP/100EP Low–Voltage ECL devices supporting applications up to 6Gbits/s. BR1522/D X Technical Literature Selector This document lists all of the currently available technical literature Guide and Cross Reference, in the Data Book, Selector Guide, Application Note, Article Reprint, Rev 2 Engineering Bulletin, Hand Book and Cross Reference categories. Individual Data Sheet listings are not included. The book allows users to locate appropriate documentation based on Device Number, Subject Matter and Document Description. It includes a listing of available published SPICE models, as well. It is the best authority on available literature. BRD8005/D X Welcome to ON Semicondcutor A brief welcome to ON Semiconductor, who we are, where we Corporate Brochure, Rev 0 came from and where we are going. BRD8007/D L Analog Switches, Rev 0 This data brochure consolidates individual data sheets of Analog Switches from each of the applicable Logic product families. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 11

Brochure Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract BRD8008/D X Part Marking Transition Brochure, Comprehsive guide to how ON Semiconductor’s devices will be Rev 0 marked with the ON Logo as we transition away from Motorola, and as we acquire additional semiconductor companies and integrate them into our portfolio. BRD8009/D D Transient Voltage Suppression A promotional selector guide including technical information and Device Brochure, Rev 0 product previews covering ON Semiconductor’s new and existing Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) devices. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 12

Selector Guide Abstracts Selector Guide Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract SG385/D P Low Voltage TMOS Power Selector guide for Low Voltage, Surface Mount (MiniMOSt SO–8, MOSFET Selector Guide, Rev 2 EZFETt, Micro8t, SOT–223, TSOP–6, SOT–23, SC–70/SOT–323, DPAK and D2PAK Packages) TMOS Power MOSFET devices offered by ON Semiconductor. SG388/D X MASTER COMPONENT Comprehensive selector guide containing all devices offered by SELECTOR GUIDE, Rev 2 ON Semiconductor. The selector guide is broken down into Analog, Logic, Discrete and Power MOS products and features comprehensive indeces to quickly locate available devices. SG425/D D Lamp Ballast Selector Guide, Continuing research and development of discrete products has led Rev 1 to a family of MOSFET and Bipolar transistors dedicated to the fast growing market of electronic lamp ballasts. The tables in this guide are designed to aid the quick selection of the best devices for specific applications. Includes selector guides by package type/technology, illustrated package dimensions and an industry cross reference. SGD501/D X ON Semiconductor Price Book Our price book is a listing of standard devices that are readily (Published Quarterly) available direct and via our distributor channel. The information contained includes our Orderable Part Number, Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price, and device specific packaging quantity. SGD503/D X UPDATE – Quarterly New Quarterly update of new products being introduced by ON Product Introduction Folder Semiconductor. SGD504/D A Analog IC Family Tree A breakdown of the Analog portfolio, by device number, into functional product families, including: Signal Conditioning; Battery Management; Power Management; Interface; Thermal Management; Special Functions; and Application Specific Standard Products (ASSP). * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 13

Other Abstracts Other Abstracts Document Number T* Title Abstract HB205/D L MECL System Design Handbook, Engineers look increasingly at ECL families such as MECL III, Rev 1 MECL 10K and MECL 10KH to meet demands for higher performance systems. Designing with MECL is no more difficult than designing with slower logic, but an understanding of factors affecting system performance is essential for optimum design MECL features such as transmission line driving, complementary outputs, wired–OR and versatile functions contribute as much as short propagation delays and high toggle rates. This book provides complete information about MECL operation, to allow design rules for specific systems to be established. HB214/D D Rectifier Applications Handbook, This handbook provides a theoretical and physical back–ground to Rev 0 a broad range of rectifier applications and problems. Topics include Power Rectifier Physics, Basic Properties of Semiconductors, the SPICE Diode Model, Diode Specifications and Ratings, Single–Phase and Polyphase Rectifier Circuits, Rectifier Filter Systems, Voltage Multiplier Circuits, Transient Protection of Rectifier Diodes, Reliability Considerations, Cooling Principles, Printed Circuit Board Assembly Considerations, and Heatsink Mounting Considerations. HBD851/D X Quality & Reliability Handbook, NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE. COMING END OF 3Q00. Rev 0 CR108/D P Low Voltage MOSFET Cross A cross reference listing from industry part numbers to ON Reference, Rev 2 Semiconductor’s MiniMOSt SO–8 Power MOSFETs, SOT–23 and TSOP–6 MOSFETs, and Micro8t MOSFETs. CRD800/D A Analog Integrated Circuits Cross A helpful cross reference listing industry standard and competitor Reference, Rev 0 part numbers along with ON Semiconductor’s Analog replacement devices. CRD801/D D Rectifier Cross Reference, Rev 0 An industry cross reference that lists Rectifiers by either industry standard part number or by manufacturer’s part number for which there is an ON Semiconductor nearest or similar replacement. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 14

Section 2. Application Notes, Article Reprints and Engineering Bulletins AN’s, AR’s and EB’s http://onsemi.com 15

Subject Index Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title A AM Receiver Design ANHK07/D A High Performance Manual–Tuned AM Stereo Receiver for Automotive Application Using ON Semiconductor ICs MC13021, MC13020 and MC13041A Analog–to–Digital Converter AN559/D A Single Ramp Analog–to–Digital Converter Arithmetic Operators AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies Automotive Relay AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board B Battery Management AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery Battery Management, Charge AN1593/D Low Cost 1.0 A Current Source For Battery Chargers Controllers Battery Management, Charge AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Controllers Power Supplies Bipolar Power Transistors AN1049/D The Electronic Control of Fluorescent Lamps Bipolar Power Transistors AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Bipolar Power Transistors AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters Bipolar Power Transistors AN1628/D Understanding Power Transistors Breakdown Parameters Bipolar Power Transistors AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection Bipolar Power Transistors AN860/D Power MOSFETs versus Bipolar Transistors Bipolar Power Transistors AN873/D Understanding Power Transistor Dynamic Behavior – dvt Effects on Switching and RBSOA Bipolar Power Transistors AN875/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area – Special Considerations for Switching Power Supplies Bipolar Power Transistors AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications Bipolar Power Transistors AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs Bipolar Power Transistors AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing Bipolar Power Transistors AN951/D Drive Optimization for 1.0 KV Off–Line Converter Transistors Bipolar Power Transistors AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA Bipolar Power Transistors AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Transistors Bipolar Power Transistors AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs Bipolar Power Transistors AR302/D Thermal Management of Surface Mount Power Devices Bipolar Power Transistors AR319/D DPAK: A Surface Mount Package for Discrete Power Devices Bipolar Power Transistors AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design Bipolar Power Transistors AR328/D Application–Specific Transistors Bipolar Power Transistors EB124/D MOSFETs Compete With Bipolars In Flyback Power Supplies Bipolar Power Transistors EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter Bipolar Power Transistors EB79/D Pulsed f–sub–T, a Technique for Accurately Measuring the Gain Bandwidth Product of Power Transistors Bipolar Power Transistors EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Bipolar Power Transistors AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing Bipolar Power Transistors, Audio AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing Bipolar Power Transistors, AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design Electronic Lamp Ballasts Bipolar Power Transistors, AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters Electronic Lamp Ballasts http://onsemi.com 16

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Bipolar Power Transistors, AN1669/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Electronic Lamp Ballasts Mains Voltages) Bipolar Power Transistors, AN4001/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Electronic Lamp Ballasts Mains Voltages) Bipolar Power Transistors, AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers Electronic Lamp Ballasts Bipolar Power Transistors, EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter Electronic Lamp Ballasts Bipolar Transistors AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression Bipolar Transistors AN1076/D Speeding Up Horizontal Outputs Bipolar Transistors AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors Bipolar Transistors AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors Bipolar Transistors AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design Bipolar Transistors AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Bipolar Transistors AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment Bipolar Transistors AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Bipolar Transistors AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Bipolar Transistors AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper Bipolar Transistors AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies Bipolar Transistors AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection Bipolar Transistors AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL Bipolar Transistors AR109/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area–Special Considerations for Motor Drives Bipolar Transistors AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs Bipolar Transistors AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors Bipolar Transistors AR305/D Building Push–Pull, Multioctave, VHF Power Amplifiers Bipolar Transistors AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers Bipolar Transistors EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller Bipolar Transistors EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller Bounce Eliminator AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems Buffers AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) Buffers AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide Bus Interface AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits Bus Interface AN726/D Bussing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits Bus Interface AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems C Clock Distribution Chips AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) Clock Distribution Chips AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide Clock Drivers AN1405/D ECL Clock Distribution Techniques Clock Drivers AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) Clock Drivers AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold Clock Drivers AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? Coax Cable Drivers AN1537/D MC10SX1189 I/O SPICE Modeling Kit Comparators AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs Comparators AN1510/D A Mode Indicator for the MC34118 Speakerphone Circuit http://onsemi.com 17

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Counters AN1077/D Adding Digital Volume Control To Speakerphone Circuits Counters AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter Counters AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems Counters AND8001/D Odd Number Divide By Counters With 50% Outputs and Synchronous Clocks Counters EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters D D/A Conversion AN713/D Binary D/A Converters Can Provide BCD–Coded Conversion Date Code Marking, Logic AND8004/D ON Semiconductor Logic Date Code and Traceability Marking Decoderemultiplexers AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems Decoderemultiplexers EB415/D Extend SPI Addressing with the MC74HC595 Delta Modulatoremodulator AN1544/D Design of Continuously Variable Slope Delta Modulation Communication Systems Development Board AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Device Marking AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide Device Marking AND8004/D ON Semiconductor Logic Date Code and Traceability Marking Dimmer, High Resolution Digital AND8011/D High Resolution Digital Dimmer Display Decode Drivers AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter Display Decode Drivers AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems E ECL AN1405/D ECL Clock Distribution Techniques ECL AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) ECL AR183/D ON Semiconductor Grabs Lead in ECL Density, Using Mosaic III ECL AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL ECL AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide ECLinPS™ AN1404/D ECLinPS™ Circuit Performance at Non–Standard VIH Levels ECLinPS AN1503/D ECLinPS™ I/O Spice Modeling Kit ECLinPS AN1504/D Metastability and the ECLinPS™ Family ECLinPS Lite AN1560/D Low Voltage ECLinPS™ SPICE Modeling Kit ECLinPS Lite AND8010/D ECLinPS™ Lite MC100LVELT22 SPICE Modeling Kit ECLinPS Plus AND8009/D ECLinPS Plus SPICE Modeling Kit ECLinPS Plus Translators AND8014/D EPT SPICE Modeling Kit ECLinPS AN1650/D Using Wire–OR Ties in ECLinPS™ Designs F FACT™ Family AN1403/D FACT ™ I/O Model Kit Field–Effect Transistors – FETs AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison Field–Effect Transistors AN211A/D Field Effect Transistors in theory and Practice Field–Effect Transistors AR305/D Building Push–Pull, Multioctave, VHF Power Amplifiers Field–Effect Transistors AR338/D Metal–Backed Boards Improve Thermal Performance of Power Field–Effect Transistors, JFETs AR618/D Three Large Markets Drive For Low Power Field–Effect Transistors, MOSFETs AN1686/D Intelligent LDO Regulator with External Bypass Field–Effect Transistors, MOSFETs AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies Field–Effect Transistors, MOSFETs AN1542/D Active Inrush Current Limiting Using MOSFETs Field–Effect Transistors, MOSFETs AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive Flip–Flops AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals Flip–Flops AN1504/D Metastability and the ECLinPS™ Family http://onsemi.com 18

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Flip–Flops AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Flip–Flops AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL Flip–Flops AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor Flip–Flops AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive Flip–Flops AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold Flip–Flops AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL Floppy Disk Systems AN917/D Reading and Writing in Floppy Disk Systems Using ON Semiconductor Integrated Parts FM Receiver Design AN980/D VHF Narrowband FM Receiver Design Using the MC3362 and the MC3363 Dual Conversion Receivers FM Transmitter Design ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A G Gate Array AR183/D ON Semiconductor Grabs Lead in ECL Density, Using Mosaic III Gates, AND/NAND AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs Gates, AND/NAND AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Gates, AND/NAND AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control Gates, Complex AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Gates, Complex AN701/D Understanding MECL 10,000 DC and AC Data Sheet Specifications Gates, Complex AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide Gates, XOR/XNOR AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Gates, NOR AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Gates, NOR AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Gates, NOR AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs Gates, OR AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Gates, OR AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control H High Resolution Damping Switch AR345/D Switches for High–Definition Displays I IGBTs AN1541/D Introduction to Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors IGBTs AN1576/D Reduce Compact Fluorescent Cost with ON Semiconductor’s IGBTs for Lighting IGBTs AN1626/D Noise Management In Motor Drives IGBTs AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters IGBTs AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies IGBTs AR608/D New Float–zone Process Ups Switching Rate of IGBTs and Also Cuts Their Fabrication Cost Interface AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards Interface, Line Drivers AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations Interface, Line Drivers AN78A/D Revised Data Interface Standards Interface, Line Receivers AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations Interface, Line Receivers AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards Inverter/Buffers, 2–State AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices Inverter/Buffers, 2–State AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Inverter/Buffers, 2–State AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs Inverter/Buffers, 2–State AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching Inverter/Buffers, 2–State AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive http://onsemi.com 19

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Inverter/Buffers, 2–State AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs Inverters AN1207/D The MC145170 In Basic HF and VHF Oscillators Inverters AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control L Latch AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold LDO – Low Dropout Regulator AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator Logic AN701/D Understanding MECL 10,000 DC and AC Data Sheet Specifications Logic, Date Code Marking AND8004/D ON Semiconductor Logic Date Code and Traceability Marking Logic, One Gate AND8018/D Unique and Novel Uses for ON Semiconductor’s One–Gate Family Logic, VCX AND8021/D Introduction to VCX Logic LVDS AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL M Marking, Date Code, Logic AND8004/D ON Semiconductor Logic Date Code and Traceability Marking Microcontrollers AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage Microprocessor Software AR103/D Compilation and Pascal on the New Microprocessors Microprocessor AR103/D Compilation and Pascal on the New Microprocessors MOS Integrated Circuits AR300/D The Hidden Dangers of Electrostatic Discharge–ESD MOS Turn–on Device AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives MOSFETs AN1090/D Understanding and Predicting Power MOSFET Switching Behavior MOSFETs AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive Motor Control AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive Motor Controllers AN1046/D Three Piece Solution For Brushless Motor Controller Design Motor Controllers AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives Motor Controllers AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage Motor Controllers AN1541/D Introduction to Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors Motor Controllers AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Motor Controllers AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Motor Controllers AN1626/D Noise Management In Motor Drives Motor Controllers AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper Motor Controllers AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System Motor Controllers AN861/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area – Special Considerations for Motor Drives Motor Controllers EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller Motor Controllers EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency Motor Controllers EB123/D A Simple Brush Type DC Motor Controller Motor Controllers EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller Motor Controllers AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Motor Controllers, Brushless DC AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive Motor Controllers Motor Controllers, Brushless DC AN1321/D Brushless DC Motor Drive Incorporates Small Outline Integrated Circuit Package Motor Controllers MOSFETs Motor Controllers, Brushless DC AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses Motor Controllers Motor Controllers, Brushless DC EB123/D A Simple Brush Type DC Motor Controller Motor Controllers Motor Controllers, Closed Loop AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive Brushless Motor Adapter http://onsemi.com 20

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Motor Controllers, Closed Loop AN1321/D Brushless DC Motor Drive Incorporates Small Outline Integrated Circuit Package Brushless Motor Adapter MOSFETs Motor Controllers, Closed Loop AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses Brushless Motor Adapter Multiplexerata Selector AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold Multipliers AN489/D Analysis and Basic Operation of the MC1595 Multivibrators AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs Multivibrators AN1558/D Characterization of Retrigger Time in the HC4538A Dual Precision Monostable Multivibrator Multivibrators AN860/D Power MOSFETs versus Bipolar Transistors Multivibrators AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching N Nanosecond Pulses AN270/D Nanosecond Pulse Handling Techniques in IC Interconnections NTSC Decoding AN1019/D NTSC Decoding Using the TDA3330, with Emphasis on Cable In/Cable Out Operation O One–Gate Logic AND8018/D Unique and Novel Uses for ON Semiconductor’s One–Gate Family Operational Amplifier AR619/D Op Amp Supply Squeezed Down to 1 V Rail–To–Rail Optoisolator AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives Optoisolator AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors Optoisolator AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive Overload Transient Suppressor AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors Overvoltage Protector AND8012/D Solid State Overvoltage Protection for AC Line P Parity Checker AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold Part Marking, Logic AND8004/D ON Semiconductor Logic Date Code and Traceability Marking PFC AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenlinet Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 PFM AND8013/D Application Hints on ON Semiconductor’s MC34280 Phase–locked Loop AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs Phase–locked Loop AN1122/D Running the MC44802A PLL Circuit Phase–locked Loop AN1207/D The MC145170 In Basic HF and VHF Oscillators Phase–locked Loop AN1253/D An Improved PLL Design Method Without Omega–sub–n and Zi Phase–locked Loop AN1277/D Offset Reference PLLs for Fine Resolution or Fast Hopping Phase–locked Loop AN1410/D Configuring and Applying the MC74HC4046A Phase–Locked Loop Phase–locked Loop AN921/D Horizontal APC/AFC Loops Power Factor Controller AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenlinet Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 Power Management AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors Power Management AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs Power Management AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification Power Management AN1669/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Mains Voltages) Power Management AN1686/D Intelligent LDO Regulator with External Bypass Power Management AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design Power Management AN4001/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Mains Voltages) http://onsemi.com 21

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Power Management AN462/D FET Current Regulators – Circuits and Diodes Power Management AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies Power Management AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators Power Management AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery Power Management EB206/D Solve Noise Problems In High Power, High Frequency Control IC Driven Power Stages Power Management EB207/D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s Power Management EB208/D Design Check List for MPIC21XX Control IC’s Power Management EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Power Management, DC–DC AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment Converters With Inductor Power Management, DC–DC AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Converters With Inductor Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification Power Management, DC–DC AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Converters With Inductor Power Supplies Power Management, DC–DC AN918/D Theory and Applications of the MC34063 and UA78S40 Switching Regulator Control Converters With Inductor Circuits Power Management, DC–DC AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs Converters With Inductor Power Management, DC–DC AN954/D A Unique Converter Configuration Providers Step–Up/Step–Down Functions Converters With Inductor Power Management, DC–DC EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency Converters With Inductor Power Management, DC–DC EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller Converters With Inductor Power Management, DC–DC EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt Converters With Inductor DC–DC Converter Power Management, DC–DC EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Converters With Inductor Power Management, DC–DC AN1593/D Low Cost 1.0 A Current Source For Battery Chargers Converters with Inductor Power Management, DC–DC AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design Converters With Inductor Power Management, Dedicated AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller Drivers Power Management, LDO Linear AN1681/D How to Keep a Flyback Switch Mode Supply Stable with a Critical–Mode Controller Voltage Regulators Power Management, Linear AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply Voltage Regulators Power Management, Linear AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies Voltage Regulators Power Management, Linear EB27A/D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across 2 To 3 MHz From This Push–Pull Amplifier Voltage Regulators Power Management, AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MOSFET/IGBT Drivers http://onsemi.com 22

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Power Management, AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, AR618/D Three Large Markets Drive For Low Power MOSFET/IGBT Drivers Power Management, Off–Line AN1669/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms SMPS Controllers Mains Voltages) Power Management, Off–Line AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic SMPS Controllers Off–Line PWM Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode SMPS Controllers Power Supplies Power Management, Off–Line AN1692/D SPICE Model Eases Feedback Loop Designs SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN4001/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms SMPS Controllers Mains Voltages) Power Management, Off–Line AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with SMPS Controllers Multi–sync Capability Power Management, Off–Line AN951/D Drive Optimization for 1.0 KV Off–Line Converter Transistors SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt SMPS Controllers DC–DC Converter Power Management, Off–Line EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AN1594/D Critical Conduction Mode, Flyback Switching Power Supply Using the MC33364 SMPS Controllers Power Management, Off–Line AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching SMPS Controllers Power Management, Power Factor AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design Controllers Power Management, Power Factor AN1601/D Efficient Safety Circuit for Electronic Ballast Controllers http://onsemi.com 23

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Power Management, Power Factor AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller Controllers Power Management, Power Factor AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controllers Controller MC33260 Power Management, Power Factor AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching Controllers Power Management, Voltage AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter References Power Management, Voltage AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply References Power Management, Voltage AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETst Enhances Motor Drive References Power Management, Voltage AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design References Power Management, Voltage EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies References Power Transistors AN1040/D Mounting Considerations for Power Semiconductors Power Transistors AR109/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area–Special Considerations for Motor Drives Power Transistors AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison Power Transistors AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor Programming AR103/D Compilation and Pascal on the New Microprocessors Pulse Frequency Modulation AND8013/D Application Hints on ON Semiconductor’s MC34280 Pulse Width Modulators AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design R Receivers AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) Receivers AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL Receivers AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) Receivers AN556/D Interconnection Techniques for ON Semiconductor’s MECL 10,000 Series Emitter Coupled Logic Receivers AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL Rectifier Surge Suppressor AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors Rectifiers AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression Rectifiers AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors Rectifiers AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter Rectifiers AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs Rectifiers AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design Rectifiers AR564/D Dual 180–V GaAs Schottky Diode Rectifies 10 A/Leg Rectifiers, Application Specific AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors Rectifiers Rectifiers, Application Specific AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply Rectifiers, Automotive Transient Suppressors Rectifiers, Application Specific AR335/D Ultra–Fast Rectifiers and Inductive Loads Rectifiers, Automotive Transient Suppressors Rectifiers, Application Specific AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Rectifiers, Energy Rated Rectifiers Rectifiers, Application Specific AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters Rectifiers, Energy Rated Rectifiers http://onsemi.com 24

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Rectifiers, Application Specific AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Rectifiers, Energy Rated Rectifiers Multi–sync Capability Rectifiers, Application Specific AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design Rectifiers, Energy Rated Rectifiers Rectifiers, Application Specific AR340/D The Low Forward Voltage Schottky Rectifiers, Low V F Schottky Rectifiers, Application Specific AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper Rectifiers, NEW UltraSoft Rectifiers Rectifiers, Application Specific AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Rectifiers, NEW UltraSoft Off–Line PWM Controllers Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Rectifiers/General Purpose Off–Line PWM Controllers Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Rectifiers/General Purpose SWITCHMODE Applications Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Rectifiers/General Purpose Factor Controller MC33260 Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Rectifiers/General Purpose Transistors Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Fast Recovery AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design Rectifiers/General Purpose Rectifiers Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1547/D A DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous Rectification Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface http://onsemi.com 25

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AR319/D DPAK: A Surface Mount Package for Discrete Power Devices Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers AR340/D The Low Forward Voltage Schottky Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AN1546/D High Voltage, High Side Driver for Electronic Lamp Ballast Applications Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AR319/D DPAK: A Surface Mount Package for Discrete Power Devices Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers AR335/D Ultra–Fast Rectifiers and Inductive Loads Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers EB207/D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s Rectifiers, Ultrafast Rectifiers EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Regulator AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier Regulator AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator S Scanswitch AR345/D Switches for High–Definition Displays Schmitt Triggers AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment Schmitt Triggers AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits Schmitt Triggers EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters SCSI Terminators AR563/D Active SCSI Terminators Confront Critics and Gain Acceptance SenseFET AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design Shift Registers AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter Shift Registers AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits Shift Registers AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold Shift Registers EB415/D Extend SPI Addressing with the MC74HC595 SIDAC AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors Sign and Magnitude AN738/D NBCD Sign and Magnitude Adder/Subtracter Adder/Subtracter Signal Conditioning, AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System Comparators Signal Conditioning, Comparators AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators Signal Conditioning, Comparators AND8011/D High Resolution Digital Dimmer Signal Conditioning, Comparators AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive Signal Conditioning, Miscellaneous AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs Amplifiers http://onsemi.com 26

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Signal Conditioning, Miscellaneous AN545A/D Television Video IF Amplifier Using Integrated Circuits Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Miscellaneous AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Miscellaneous EB27A/D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across 2 To 3 MHz From This Push–Pull Amplifier Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational AN587/D Analysis and Design of the Op Amp Current Source Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger Amplifiers Signal Conditioning, Operational EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Amplifiers Silicon Controlled Rectifiers AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply Silicon Controlled Rectifiers AN964/D Trigger Design Ideas for DIAC Replacements Silicon Controlled Rectifiers AND8006/D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent Lamps Silicon Controlled Rectifiers AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors Silicon Controlled Rectifiers EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger Silicon Controlled Rectifiers EB30/D Sensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t Forget The Gate–Cathode Resistor Small Signal Silicon Diode AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier Spanceiver AN1582/D Board and Interface Design for AutoBahn™ Spanceiver™ (MC100SX1451FI50/100) Speakerphones AN1006/D Linearize the Volume Control of the MC34118 Speakerphone Speakerphones AN1077/D Adding Digital Volume Control To Speakerphone Circuits Speakerphones AN1510/D A Mode Indicator for the MC34118 Speakerphone Circuit Speakerphones AN1574/D A Group Listening–In Application for the MC33215 Speakerphones AN1608/D Guidelines for the Speaker in a Line–Powered Speakerphone Speakerphones AN957/D Interfacing The Speakerphone To The MC34010/11/13 Speech Networks Speakerphones AN958/D Transmit Gain Adjustments For The MC34014 Speech Network Speakerphones AN959/D A Speakerphone With Receive Idle Mode Speakerphones AN960/D Equalization of DTMF Signals Using the MC34014 Storage and Handling AND8003/D Storage and Handling of Drypacked Surface Mounted Devices (SMD) Surface Mount Power Devices AR302/D Thermal Management of Surface Mount Power Devices Surface Mount Technology AR197/D Packaging Trends in Discrete Surface Mount Components Surface Mount AR145/D DPAK–The Power Package for Surfacemount Applications Surface Mount AR338/D Metal–Backed Boards Improve Thermal Performance of Power Surface Mount AR348/D Higher Power Levels in Surface Mount Designs Surface Mount AR523/D An Overview of Surface Mount Technology (SMT) for Power Supply Applications Switching Power Supply AR181/D Bipolar Transistors Excel in Off–line Resonant Converters Switching Transistor AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison http://onsemi.com 27

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title Switching Transistor, Discrete, AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison Bipolar SWITCHMODE™ III Transistor AR181/D Bipolar Transistors Excel in Off–line Resonant Converters Line System Management AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply System Management, AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply Over/Undervoltage Protection Circuit System Management, EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Over/Undervoltage Protection Circuit System Management, Overvoltage AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply Crowbar Sensing Circuit System Management, Overvoltage AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors Crowbar Sensing Circuit System Management, Overvoltage EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies Crowbar Sensing Circuit T Thermal Analysis AN1570/D Basic Semiconductor Thermal Measurement Thermal Resistance AN569/D Transient Thermal Resistance – General Data and its Use Thyristor Surge Suppressors, High Voltage Bidirectional Surge Protector Devices (SIDACs) AN964/D Trigger Design Ideas for DIAC Replacements Thyristor Surge Suppressors, AND8015/D Long Life Incandescent Lamps using SIDACs SIDACs Thyristor Triggers AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1043/D Spice Model for TMOS Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1076/D Speeding Up Horizontal Outputs TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1541/D Introduction to Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1547/D A DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous Rectification TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller TMOS Power MOSFETs AN860/D Power MOSFETs versus Bipolar Transistors TMOS Power MOSFETs AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control TMOS Power MOSFETs AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications TMOS Power MOSFETs AN918/D Paralleling Power MOSFETs in Switching Applications http://onsemi.com 28

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title TMOS Power MOSFETs AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 TMOS Power MOSFETs AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor TMOS Power MOSFETs AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive TMOS Power MOSFETs AR175/D A Power FET Spice Model from Data Sheet Specs TMOS Power MOSFETs AR196/D Understanding the Power MOSFET’s Input Characteristics TMOS Power MOSFETs AR300/D The Hidden Dangers of Electrostatic Discharge–ESD TMOS Power MOSFETs AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors TMOS Power MOSFETs AR319/D DPAK: A Surface Mount Package for Discrete Power Devices TMOS Power MOSFETs AR617/D Next Generation Power MOSFETs Slash On–Resistance, Manufacturing Cost TMOS Power MOSFETs AR618/D/D Three Large Markets Drive For Low Power TMOS Power MOSFETs EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller TMOS Power MOSFETs EB124/D MOSFETs Compete With Bipolars In Flyback Power Supplies TMOS Power MOSFETs EB125/D Testing Power MOSFET Gate Charge TMOS Power MOSFETs EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger TMOS Power MOSFETs EB131/D Curve Tracer Measurement Techniques for Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter TMOS Power MOSFETs EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies TMOS Power MOSFETs AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply TMOS Power MOSFETs AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs EB131/D Curve Tracer Measurement Techniques for Power MOSFETs TMOS Power MOSFETs EB141/D Boost MOSFETs Drive Current in Solid State AC Relay TMOS RF Power Transistor AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier Transceiver AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold Transient Voltage Suppressor AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors Transistor AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison Transistor AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator Translators AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system Translators AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit Translators AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) Translators AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL Translators AN1596/D ECLinPS Lite™ Translator ELT Family SPICE I/0 Model Kit Translators AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modelling Kit Translators AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide Translators AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits Translators AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide Translators AND8010/D ECLinPS Lite MC100LVELT22 SPICE Model Kit Translators AND8014/D EPT SPICE Modeling Kit TRIACs AN1045/D Series Triacs in AC High Voltage Switching Circuits TRIACs AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors TRIACs AND8005/D Automatic AC Line Voltage Selector TRIACs AND8007/D Momentary Solid State Switch for Split Phase Motors TRIACs AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor http://onsemi.com 29

Subject Index Document Subject Number Document Title TRIACs AND8011/D High Resolution Digital Dimmer TRIACs AND8012/D Solid State Overvoltage Protector for AC Line TRIACs AND8017/D Solid State Control for Bi–Directional Motors Tuning And Switching Diodes, AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs Switching Diodes TV Modulators AN829/D Application of the MC1374 TV Modulator TVS AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression (Transient Voltage Suppressors) TVS AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors (Transient Voltage Suppressors) TVS AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive (Transient Voltage Suppressors) U Ultra–low Dropout Regulator AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator V VCX Logic AND8021/D Introduction to VCX Logic Video Amplifiers AN1020/D A High Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT Applications Video Decoders AN1548/D Guidelines for Debugging the MC44011 Video Decoder W WaveFET AR618/D Three Large Markets Drive For Low Power Worldwide Cordless Telephone AN1575/D Worldwide Cordless Telephone Frequencies Frequencies Z Zener Diodes AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive Zener Diodes AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply Zener Diodes AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface Zener Diodes AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System Zener Diodes AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers Zener Diodes AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection Zener Diodes AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies Zener Diodes AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes Zener Diodes AN843/D A Review of transients and Their Means of Suppression Zener Diodes AN924/D Measurement of Zener Voltage to Thermal Equilibrium with Pulsed Test Current Zener Diodes AND8006/D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent Lamps Zener Diodes AND8012/D Solid State Overvoltage Protector for AC Line Zener Diodes AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 Zener Diodes AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs Zener Diodes AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design Zener Diodes AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors Zener Diodes AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers Zener Diodes EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger Zener Diodes EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter http://onsemi.com 30

Device Index Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title 1.5KE150A AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1.5KE180A AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1.5KE200A AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1.5KE200ARL AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers 1.5KE24 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors 1.5KE30 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors 1G66 AND8018/D Unique and Novel Uses for ON Semiconductor’s New One–Gate Family 1GT50 AND8018/D Unique and Novel Uses for ON Semiconductor’s New One–Gate Family 1GT66 AND8018/D Unique and Novel Uses for ON Semiconductor’s New One–Gate Family 1GU04 AND8018/D Unique and Novel Uses for ON Semiconductor’s New One–Gate Family 1N1202A AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 1N3892 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 1N3913 AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors 1N4001 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors 1N4001 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper 1N4001 AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board 1N4001 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations 1N4001 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses 1N4002 AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller 1N4003 AND8006/D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent Lamps 1N4004 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N4004 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors 1N4007 AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply 1N4007 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design 1N4007 AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System 1N4007 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 1N4007 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 1N4007 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N4112 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N4146 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N4148 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors 1N4148 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive 1N4148 AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply 1N4148 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design 1N4148 AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller 1N4148 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers 1N4371 AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N4569A AN462/D FET Current Regulators – Circuits and Diodes 1N4697 AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive http://onsemi.com 31

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title 1N4728 AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N4733A AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System 1N4734A AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System 1N4735 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger 1N4740 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger 1N4741 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger 1N4744 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N4744A AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design 1N4746 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N4747 EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter 1N4933 AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor 1N4934 AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability 1N4935 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 1N4935 AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor 1N4937 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters 1N4937 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 1N4937 AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor 1N4937 AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Transistors 1N4937 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design 1N4937 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers 1N4937 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter 1N4937 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N5221A AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N5226B AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply 1N5230B AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive 1N5231 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies 1N5235 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies 1N5236B AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 1N5240A AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 1N5242 AN924/D Measurement of Zener Voltage to Thermal Equilibrium with Pulsed Test Current 1N5245 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 1N5247B AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive 1N5248 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N5248A AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N5249B AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive 1N5283 AN462/D FET Current Regulators – Circuits and Diodes 1N5290 AN462/D FET Current Regulators – Circuits and Diodes 1N5290 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators 1N5294 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors 1N5307 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive 1N5314 AN462/D FET Current Regulators – Circuits and Diodes http://onsemi.com 32

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title 1N5333A AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N5343 AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression 1N5352A AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N5383B AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N5386B AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N5388B AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N5406 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 1N5760 AN964/D Trigger Design Ideas for DIAC Replacements 1N5817 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper 1N5817 AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System 1N5819 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors 1N5819 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive 1N5819 EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter 1N5830 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design 1N5932A AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors 1N5936A AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors 1N5953 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors 1N5953B AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N5955B AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers 1N6267 AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N6267 AN843/D A Review of transients and Their Means of Suppression 1N6267 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors 1N6281 AN843/D A Review of transients and Their Means of Suppression 1N746 AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N827 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies 1N914 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface 1N914 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive 1N914 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs 1N914 AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier 1N957A AN784/D Transient Power Capability of Zener Diodes 1N968A AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N2222 AND8005/D Automatic AC Line Voltage Selector 2N2222 AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor 2N3467 AN569/D Transient Thermal Resistance – General Data and its Use 2N3762 AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor 2N3771 AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors 2N3904 AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression 2N3904 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface 2N3904 EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller http://onsemi.com 33

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title 2N3906 AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression 2N3906 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL 2N3906 EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller 2N4276 AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator 2N4399 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5060 EB30/D Sensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t Forget The Gate–Cathode Resistor 2N5061 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger 2N5088 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators 2N5301 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing 2N5302 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5302 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing 2N5303 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing 2N5401 AN1076/D Speeding Up Horizontal Outputs 2N5632 AN569/D Transient Thermal Resistance – General Data and its Use 2N5679 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5875 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5876 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5877 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5878 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection 2N5990 EB27A/D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across 2 To 3 MHz From This Push–Pull Amplifier 2N6034 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators 2N6037 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators 2N6040 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 2N6043 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 2N6050 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 2N6057 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 2N6236 EB30/D Sensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t Forget The Gate–Cathode Resistor 2N6241 EB30/D Sensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t Forget The Gate–Cathode Resistor 2N6282 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 2N6282 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing 2N6285 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications 2N6306 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators 2N6308 AR328/D Application–Specific Transistors 2N6487 EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller 2N6488 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing 2N6504 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply 2N6505 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply 2N6507 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply 2N6508 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply 2N6509 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply 2N6545 AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison 2SA1302 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design 2SA1306B AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design 2SC3261 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design http://onsemi.com 34

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title 2SC3281 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design 2SC3298B AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design 4N26 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design 68HC908MR24 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface AM26LS31 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards AM26LS32 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards ASB124 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface ASB124 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface B250D AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper BC546 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers BC559C AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies BCP56T1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface BS170 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive BU806 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing BUD43B AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUD44D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUH100 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers BUH150 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers BUH50 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers BUH51 AR609/D Trouble Shooting Halogen Electronic Transformers BUL146 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL146 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter BUL147 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL147 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter BUL148 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter BUL35 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL43B AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL44 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL44 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter BUL44D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL44D2 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters BUL45 AN1049/D The Electronic Control of Fluorescent Lamps BUL45 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL45 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter BUL45D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design BUL45D2 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters BZX84C4Z7LT1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface CA18062 AR305/D Building Push–Pull, Multioctave, VHF Power Amplifiers DA2509C AR305/D Building Push–Pull, Multioctave, VHF Power Amplifiers DEVB151 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive DEVB156 AN1321/D Brushless DC Motor Drive Incorporates Small Outline Integrated Circuit Package MOSFETs EC52–3C8 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design HCPL0453 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface http://onsemi.com 35

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title ITC122 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface ITC132 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface KBU4J AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper LM2575–ADJ AN1593/D Low Cost 1.0 A Current Source For Battery Chargers LM2902 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies LM324 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies LM339 AND8011/D High Resolution Digital Dimmer LM358 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies LM393 AN1510/D A Mode Indicator for the MC34118 Speakerphone Circuit LM393AD AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs LM393N AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System LT1001 AN1020/D A High Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT Applications LT1084 AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator LT1123 AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator LT1185 AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator LT138 AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator LT1817 AN1020/D A High Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT Applications LT1839 AN1020/D A High Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT Applications LT5839 AN1020/D A High Performance Video Amplifier for High Resolution CRT Applications LTC1148 AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications LTC1148 AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MAC15A8 AND8005/D Automatic AC Line Voltage Selector MAC210A10FP AND8017/D Solid State Control for Bi–Directional Motors MAC223A10 AND8012/D Solid State Overvoltage Protector for AC Line MAC229A8 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MAC4DCN AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System MAC8D, M AND8007/D Momentary Solid State Switch for Split Phase Motors MAC8M AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor MAC8SD, M AND8007/D Momentary Solid State Switch for Split Phase Motors MAC9M AND8011/D High Resolution Digital Dimmer MBR030 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MBR0530 AN1547/D A DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous Rectification MBR0540T1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MBR140 AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MBR160 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MBR160 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MBR1635 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger MBR20035CT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MBR20100 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MBR20200 EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter MBR2045CT AR340/D The Low Forward Voltage Schottky http://onsemi.com 36

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MBR2535CTL AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter MBR2535CTL AR340/D The Low Forward Voltage Schottky MBR370 AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply MBR745 AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MBR745 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger MBRB1545CT AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MBRS140 AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MBRS140T3 AN1547/D A DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous Rectification MBRS330T3 AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MBRS340T3 AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MBRS340T3 AN1547/D A DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous Rectification MC1004P AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC100606 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100E111 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC100E111 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E111 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100E131 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E142 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E143 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E151 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E154 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E155 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E156 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E158 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E160 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E167 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E171 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E211 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC100E336 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100E451 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC100EL01D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100EL11 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC100EL13DW AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100EL15D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100EL17 AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL MC100EL90 AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL MC100EL90 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100EL91 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100ELT20 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100ELT20D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100ELT21 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100ELT22 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100ELT23 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide http://onsemi.com 37

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC100ELT24 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100ELT25 AN1596/D ECLinPS Lite™ Translator ELT Family SPICE I/0 Model Kit MC100ELT25 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100ELT2xD AN1596/D ECLinPS Lite™ Translator ELT Family SPICE I/0 Model Kit MC100EP01D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100EP01 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP05 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP08 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP11 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP16 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP31 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP32 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP33 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP35 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP56 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP57 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP58 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP89 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EP210 AND8009/D ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EPT20D AND8014/D EPT SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EPT21 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100EPT22 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100EPT22D AND8014/D EPT SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EPT23 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100EPT23D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100EPT24 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100EPT25 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100EPT26 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H600 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC100H600 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H600 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H601 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H601 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H602 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC100H602 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H602 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H603 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H603 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H604 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H604 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H605 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H605 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H606 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H607 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit http://onsemi.com 38

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC100H607 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H640 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100H641 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC100H641 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100H642 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100H643 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100H644 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100H645 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC100H646 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC100H660 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC100H660 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H680 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100H681 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100LVEL11D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100LVEL13DW AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100LVEL14D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100LVEL90 AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL MC100LVEL90 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100LVEL91 AN1568/D Interfacing Between LVDS and ECL MC100LVEL91 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100LVEL92 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100LVELT22 AND8010/D ECLinPS Lite MC100LVELT22 SPICE Model Kit MC100LVELT22 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100LVELT22D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC100LVELT23 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC100SX1452 AN1582/D Board and Interface Design for AutoBahn™ Spanceiver™ (MC100SX1451FI50/100) MC10109 AN701/D Understanding MECL 10,000 DC and AC Data Sheet Specifications MC10110 AN726/D Bussing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10111 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC10111 AN726/D Bussing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10114 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10115 AN556/D Interconnection Techniques for ON Semiconductor’s MECL 10,000 Series Emitter Coupled Logic MC10115 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10116 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC10116 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10116 AN720/D Interconnection Techniques for ON Semiconductor’s MECL 10,000 Series Emitter Coupled Logic MC10123 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10123 AN726/D Bussing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10124 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC10124 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10124 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10125 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10125 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10125 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide http://onsemi.com 39

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC10128 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10129 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC10131 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC10138 EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC10194 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC10198 AN860/D Power MOSFETs versus Bipolar Transistors MC10211 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC10216 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC10231 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC10E111 AN1405/D ECL Clock Distribution Techniques MC10E111 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10E111 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E111 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC10E131 AN1504/D Metastability and the ECLinPS™ Family MC10E131 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E142 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E143 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E151 AN1504/D Metastability and the ECLinPS™ Family MC10E151 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E154 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E155 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E156 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E158 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E160 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E167 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E171 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E211 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10E336 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10E431 AN1504/D Metastability and the ECLinPS™ Family MC10E451 AR195/D Advanced ECL Family Boosts Performance Threefold MC10EL01D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC10EL11 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10EL15D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC10ELT20 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10ELT20D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC10ELT21 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10ELT22 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10ELT24 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10ELT25 AN1596/D ECLinPS Lite™ Translator ELT Family SPICE I/0 Model Kit MC10ELT25 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10ELT2xD AN1596/D ECLinPS Lite™ Translator ELT Family SPICE I/0 Model Kit MC10EP01D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide MC10EPT20 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10EPT20D AND8002/D ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide http://onsemi.com 40

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC10H101 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H102 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H103 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H104 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H105 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H116 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H124 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC10H124 AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modelling Kit MC10H124 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H125 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10H125 AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modelling Kit MC10H125 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H131 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H188 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H189 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H210 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H211 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H350 AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modelling Kit MC10H350 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H351 AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modelling Kit MC10H351 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H352 AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modelling Kit MC10H424 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H600 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC10H600 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H600 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H601 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H601 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H602 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC10H602 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H602 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H603 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H603 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H604 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H604 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H605 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H605 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H606 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H606 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H607 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC10H607 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H640 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC10H641 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10H641 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? http://onsemi.com 41

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC10H642 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC10H643 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC10H644 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC10H645 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC10H646 AN1406/D Designing with PECL (ECL at +5.0V) MC10H660 AN1092/D Driving high Capacitance DRAMs in an ECL system MC10H660 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H680 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10H681 AN1672/D The ECL Translator Guide MC10SX1189 AN1537/D MC10SX1189 I/O SPICE Modeling Kit MC13020 ANHK07/D A High Performance Manual–Tuned AM Stereo Receiver for Automotive Application Using ON Semiconductor ICs MC13021, MC13020 and MC13041A MC13021 ANHK07/D A High Performance Manual–Tuned AM Stereo Receiver for Automotive Application Using ON Semiconductor ICs MC13021, MC13020 and MC13041A MC13041 ANHK07/D A High Performance Manual–Tuned AM Stereo Receiver for Automotive Application Using ON Semiconductor ICs MC13021, MC13020 and MC13041A MC1330 AN545A/D Television Video IF Amplifier Using Integrated Circuits MC1350 AN545A/D Television Video IF Amplifier Using Integrated Circuits MC13528 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MC1374 AN829/D Application of the MC1374 TV Modulator MC14001CP AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14008 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC14011UB AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MC14013 AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor MC14013D AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC14021 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC14022 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC14027B, J–K AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MC14046 AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14049 AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices MC14049 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14049 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MC14049UB AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control MC14049UB AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14049UB AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MC14050 AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices MC14050 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MC14050B AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MC14050B AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MC14050BCP AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MC14050CP AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14069 AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices MC1406L AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC14071B AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control MC1408 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies http://onsemi.com 42

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC14081B AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MC14081B AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control MC1408L AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC14093B EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC14194 AN876/D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor Control MC14419 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC14490 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC145028 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC14503 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC14508 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC14508 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC14508 EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC14511 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC14513 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC14516 AN1077/D Adding Digital Volume Control To Speakerphone Circuits MC14516 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC145160 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC145170 AN1207/D The MC145170 In Basic HF and VHF Oscillators MC14518 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC14518 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC14518 EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC145220 AN1277/D Offset Reference PLLs for Fine Resolution or Fast Hopping MC14528 AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14528B AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MC14530 AN738/D NBCD Sign and Magnitude Adder/Subtracter MC14534 EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC145409 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC145412 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC145436A AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MC145480 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MC145484 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MC14555 AN759/D A CMOS Data Entry System for Bus Oriented Memory Systems MC14560 AN738/D NBCD Sign and Magnitude Adder/Subtracter MC14561 AN738/D NBCD Sign and Magnitude Adder/Subtracter MC14573 AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14573 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MC14574 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MC14575 AN1042/D High Fidelity Switching Audio Amplifiers Using TMOS Power MOSFETs MC14583 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC14583B EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC14584B EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC1466 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC1466L AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC1472 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs http://onsemi.com 43

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC1487 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC1488 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC1488 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards MC1489 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC1489 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards MC1539 AN489/D Analysis and Basic Operation of the MC1595 MC1555 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MC1555 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MC1595 AN489/D Analysis and Basic Operation of the MC1595 MC1596 AN829/D Application of the MC1374 TV Modulator MC1648 AN1122/D Running the MC44802A PLL Circuit MC1650 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC1658 AN1207/D The MC145170 In Basic HF and VHF Oscillators MC1690 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC1692 AN720/D Interfacing with MECL 10,000 Integrated Circuits MC1696 EB47/D Event Counter and Storage Latches for High–Frequency, High–Resolution Counters MC1723 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply MC1723 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MC1723 EB27A/D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across 2 To 3 MHz From This Push–Pull Amplifier MC2831A ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC3302 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators MC3302P AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators MC33033 AN1046/D Three Piece Solution For Brushless Motor Controller Design MC33033 AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives MC33033 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MC33033 EB123/D A Simple Brush Type DC Motor Controller MC33034 AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive MC33034 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MC33034 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MC33034 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MC33035 AN1046/D Three Piece Solution For Brushless Motor Controller Design MC33035 AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive MC33035 AN1321/D Brushless DC Motor Drive Incorporates Small Outline Integrated Circuit Package MOSFETs MC33035 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MC33039 AN1046/D Three Piece Solution For Brushless Motor Controller Design MC33039 AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive MC33039 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MC33039D AN1321/D Brushless DC Motor Drive Incorporates Small Outline Integrated Circuit Package MOSFETs MC33072 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MC33077 AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MC33121 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MC33151 AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MC33151D AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MC33151D AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage http://onsemi.com 44

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC33152 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MC33152D AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MC33153 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MC33153 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC33153P AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC33157 AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MC33157DW AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MC33202D AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MC33215 AN1574/D A Group Listening–In Application for the MC33215 MC33215 AN1608/D Guidelines for the Speaker in a Line–Powered Speakerphone MC33260 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 MC33262 AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MC33286DW AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board MC33288DH AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board MC33289DW AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board MC33340 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33341 AN1593/D Low Cost 1.0 A Current Source For Battery Chargers MC33341 AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies MC33341 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33345 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33347 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33348 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33362 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33363 AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters MC33363 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MC33363 AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33363A AR620/D Quest for the Perfect Battery MC33363B AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies MC33364 AN1681/D How to Keep a Flyback Switch Mode Supply Stable with a Critical–Mode Controller MC333641 AN1594/D Critical Conduction Mode, Flyback Switching Power Supply Using the MC33364 MC33364D AN1681/D How to Keep a Flyback Switch Mode Supply Stable with a Critical–Mode Controller MC33364D1 AN1681/D How to Keep a Flyback Switch Mode Supply Stable with a Critical–Mode Controller MC33364D2 AN1681/D How to Keep a Flyback Switch Mode Supply Stable with a Critical–Mode Controller MC33370 AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters MC33370 AN1692/D SPICE Model Eases Feedback Loop Designs MC33370 AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design MC33371 AN1692/D SPICE Model Eases Feedback Loop Designs MC33371 AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design MC33372 AN1692/D SPICE Model Eases Feedback Loop Designs MC33372 AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design MC33373 AN1692/D SPICE Model Eases Feedback Loop Designs http://onsemi.com 45

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC33373 AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design MC33374 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MC33374 AN1692/D SPICE Model Eases Feedback Loop Designs MC33374 AN1695/D Handling EMI in Switch Mode Power Supply Design MC33470 AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MC33502 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC33502D AR619/D Op Amp Supply Squeezed Down to 1 V Rail–To–Rail MC33502P AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC33502P AR619/D Op Amp Supply Squeezed Down to 1 V Rail–To–Rail MC3356 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC33565 AN1686/D Intelligent LDO Regulator with External Bypass MC3357 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC3359 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC3361 ANHK02/D Low Power FM Transmitter System MC2831A MC3362 AN980/D VHF Narrowband FM Receiver Design Using the MC3362 and the MC3363 Dual Conversion Receivers MC3363 AN980/D VHF Narrowband FM Receiver Design Using the MC3362 and the MC3363 Dual Conversion Receivers MC3373 AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MC34010 AN957/D Interfacing The Speakerphone To The MC34010/11/13 Speech Networks MC34011 AN957/D Interfacing The Speakerphone To The MC34010/11/13 Speech Networks MC34013 AN957/D Interfacing The Speakerphone To The MC34010/11/13 Speech Networks MC34014 AN958/D Transmit Gain Adjustments For The MC34014 Speech Network MC34014 AN960/D Equalization of DTMF Signals Using the MC34014 MC34017 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MC34018 AN1077/D Adding Digital Volume Control To Speakerphone Circuits MC34018 AN1608/D Guidelines for the Speaker in a Line–Powered Speakerphone MC34018 AN957/D Interfacing The Speakerphone To The MC34010/11/13 Speech Networks MC34018 AN959/D A Speakerphone With Receive Idle Mode MC3403 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MC34060 AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs MC34060 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MC34060 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MC34060 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MC34060 EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency MC34060 EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller MC34063 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MC34063 AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies MC34063 AN918/D Theory and Applications of the MC34063 and UA78S40 Switching Regulator Control Circuits MC34063 AN954/D A Unique Converter Configuration Providers Step–Up/Step–Down Functions MC34067 EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter MC34072 AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals http://onsemi.com 46

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC34074 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MC34076 EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter MC34082 AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MC34083 AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MC34115 AN1544/D Design of Continuously Variable Slope Delta Modulation Communication Systems MC34118 AN1006/D Linearize the Volume Control of the MC34118 Speakerphone MC34118 AN1077/D Adding Digital Volume Control To Speakerphone Circuits MC34118 AN1510/D A Mode Indicator for the MC34118 Speakerphone Circuit MC34119 AN1608/D Guidelines for the Speaker in a Line–Powered Speakerphone MC34129 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MC34151P AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MC34152D AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MC3418 AN1544/D Design of Continuously Variable Slope Delta Modulation Communication Systems MC34181 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger MC3420 EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency MC3423 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply MC3423 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MC3423 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MC3424 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply MC3425 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply MC3425 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MC34262 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MC34262 AN1601/D Efficient Safety Circuit for Electronic Ballast MC34262DW AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MC34280 AND8013/D Application Hints on ON Semiconductor’s MC34280 MC3438 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MC3469 AN917/D Reading and Writing in Floppy Disk Systems Using ON Semiconductor Integrated Parts MC3470 AN917/D Reading and Writing in Floppy Disk Systems Using ON Semiconductor Integrated Parts MC3471 AN917/D Reading and Writing in Floppy Disk Systems Using ON Semiconductor Integrated Parts MC3486 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC3486 AN781a/D Revised Data Interface Standards MC3487 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC3487 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards MC3488 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC3488 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards MC3523 AN004E/D Semiconductor Consideration For DC Power Supply MC4051 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC44011 AN1548/D Guidelines for Debugging the MC44011 Video Decoder MC44602 AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability MC44602P2 AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors MC44603 AN1669/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Mains Voltages) MC44603 AN4001/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Mains Voltages) MC44802A AN1122/D Running the MC44802A PLL Circuit http://onsemi.com 47

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MC68332 AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MC68HC05JJ6P AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System MC68HC11 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MC68HC11E9 AN1122/D Running the MC44802A PLL Circuit MC68HC16Y1 AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MC68HC705JJ6P AN1662/D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase Angle Drive System MC68HC705MC4 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC68HC705MC4P AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC68HC811E2 AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board MC74107 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC74ACT AN1403/D FACT ™ I/O Model Kit MC74F1803 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC74F803 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC74HC00AN AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MC74HC00D AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MC74HC02D AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MC74HC138 EB415/D Extend SPI Addressing with the MC74HC595 MC74HC4046A AN1410/D Configuring and Applying the MC74HC4046A Phase–Locked Loop MC74HC4538A AN1558/D Characterization of Retrigger Time in the HC4538A Dual Precision Monostable Multivibrator MC74HC595 EB415/D Extend SPI Addressing with the MC74HC595 MC74HCU04 AN1207/D The MC145170 In Basic HF and VHF Oscillators MC75107 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC75107L AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC75108 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC75110 AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC75110L AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC75451 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MC75451L AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC75451P AN708A/D Line Driver and Receiver Considerations MC75491 AN717/D Battery–Powered 5 MHz Frequency Counter MC7805CT AN1678/D Automotive Relay Replacement Evaluation Board MC78L05ACD AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MC78L05ACP AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MC78L05ACP AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC78L08 AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier MC78L12ACP AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MC8601 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MC88913 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC88914 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC88915FN100 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC88915FN55 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC88915FN70 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MC88916 AR519/D Low–skew Clock Drivers: Which Type is Best? MCPC2005 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design http://onsemi.com 48

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MCR1000 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MCR100–8 AND8006/D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent Lamps MCR26 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MCR265–4 EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency MCR5050 EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller MCR67 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MCR68 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MCR69 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MCR70 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MCR71 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MD8001 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MD8002 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MD8003 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MDA206 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MDA2504 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MDC1000 AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives MDC1000A AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive MDC1000A AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MDC1000A AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MGP7N60E AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MGR1018 EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter MGSF1P02 AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies MGSF1P02ELT1 AN1686/D Intelligent LDO Regulator with External Bypass MHPM6B10A60D AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MHPM6B10A60D AN1626/D Noise Management In Motor Drives MHPM7A12A120A AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MHPM7A15A60A AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MHPM7A16A120A AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MHPM7A20A60A AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MHPM7A30A60B AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MHPM7A8A120A AN1524/D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated Power Stage MJ10005 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ10007 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ10007 AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison MJ10016 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing MJ10021 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ10021 AR109/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area–Special Considerations for Motor Drives MJ10022 AR109/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area–Special Considerations for Motor Drives MJ10023 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ10100 AN861/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area – Special Considerations for Motor Drives MJ10100 AN875/D Power Transistor Safe Operating Area – Special Considerations for Switching Power Supplies MJ10200 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MJ11017 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications http://onsemi.com 49

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MJ11018 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ11028 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ11029 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJ11031 AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors MJ11032 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing MJ13081 AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison MJ15003 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing MJ15052 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing MJ16004 AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA MJ16008 AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA MJ16008 AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison MJ16010 AR328/D Application–Specific Transistors MJ16016 AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA MJ16018 AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA MJ16018 AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor MJ16110 AR328/D Application–Specific Transistors MJ423 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MJ4502 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MJ6308 AR328/D Application–Specific Transistors MJ802 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MJ8505 AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison MJ8702 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MJD18002D2 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters MJD305 AR302/D Thermal Management of Surface Mount Power Devices MJE1123 AR514/D Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator MJE12026 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing MJE13007 AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs MJE13008 AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors MJE13009 AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors MJE13009 AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs MJE15030 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing MJE16002A AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MJE16004 AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Transistors MJE16106 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MJE18002 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18002D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18002D2 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters MJE18004 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MJE18004 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18004D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18004D2 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters MJE18006 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18204 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18206 AN1669/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Mains Voltages) http://onsemi.com 50

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MJE18206 AN4001/D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS Application (80–140 Vrms and 180–220 Vrms Mains Voltages) MJE18604D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE18604D2 AN1577/D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series Transistors for Fluorescent Converters MJE18605D2 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MJE200 AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs MJE200 EB79/D Pulsed f–sub–T, a Technique for Accurately Measuring the Gain Bandwidth Product of Power Transistors MJE210 AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs MJE2361 AN703/D Designing Digitally–Controlled Power Supplies MJE270 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJE271 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJE3302 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJE3312 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJE5740 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJE5820 AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs MJE703 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJE803 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MJF15030 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MJF15031 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MJH16006A AN951/D Drive Optimization for 1.0 KV Off–Line Converter Transistors MJH16006A EB124/D MOSFETs Compete With Bipolars In Flyback Power Supplies MJH16105 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MJH16106 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MJH16110 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MJH16206 AN1076/D Speeding Up Horizontal Outputs MJH18010 AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability MJW18010 AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors MK1V115 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MK1V136 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MK1V270 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MKP1V120RL AND8015/D Long Life Incandescent Lamps using SIDACs MKP1V130RL AND8015/D Long Life Incandescent Lamps using SIDACs MKP1V160RL AND8015/D Long Life Incandescent Lamps using SIDACs MKP3V120RL AND8015/D Long Life Incandescent Lamps using SIDACs MKP3V240RL AND8015/D Long Life Incandescent Lamps using SIDACs MKP9V130 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MKP9V240 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MLM301A AN713/D Binary D/A Converters Can Provide BCD–Coded Conversion MM3007 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MM4007 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MMBD6050L AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MMBD7000L AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MMBT2222 AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies http://onsemi.com 51

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MMBTA06LT1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MMBTA56LT1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MMDF2C02E AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MMDF2C05E AN1321/D Brushless DC Motor Drive Incorporates Small Outline Integrated Circuit Package MOSFETs MMDF2P02HD AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MMDF3N03HD AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MMDF3N03HD AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MMG05N60D AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters MMG05N60D AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies MMG05N60E AN1576/D Reduce Compact Fluorescent Cost with ON Semiconductor’s IGBTs for Lighting MMH0026 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MMS3N03HD AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MMS5N03HD AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MMSD1000T1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MMSF3300 AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MMSF3300 AR617/D Next Generation Power MOSFETs Slash On–Resistance, Manufacturing Cost MMSF3300R2 AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MMSF3P02HD AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MMSF3P02HD AN1631/D Using PSPICE to Analyze Performance of Power MOSFETs In Step–Down, Switching Regulators Employing Synchronous Rectification MMSF7N03HD AR617/D Next Generation Power MOSFETs Slash On–Resistance, Manufacturing Cost MMSZ5242BT1 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MMT2857 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MMT3823 AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MMT3960A AN581/D An MSI 500 MHz Frequency Counter Using MECL and MTTL MOC3042 AND8017/D Solid State Control for Bi–Directional Motors MOC3061 AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor MOC3062 AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression MOC3062 AND8008/D Solid State Control Solutions for Three Phase 1 HP Motor MOC8101 AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter MOC8102 AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives MOC8102 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MOC8102 AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive MOC8102 AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter MOC8102 AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply MOC8102 AN1594/D Critical Conduction Mode, Flyback Switching Power Supply Using the MC33364 MOC8102 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MOC8102 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger MOC8103 AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies MOC8106 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface http://onsemi.com 52

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MOC8204 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPC1000 EB27A/D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across 2 To 3 MHz From This Push–Pull Amplifier MPC973 AN1405/D ECL Clock Distribution Techniques MPF480 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPF481 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPIC2112 EB206/D Solve Noise Problems In High Power, High Frequency Control IC Driven Power Stages MPIC2113 EB206/D Solve Noise Problems In High Power, High Frequency Control IC Driven Power Stages MPIC2113DW EB207/D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s MPIC2151 AN1546/D High Voltage, High Side Driver for Electronic Lamp Ballast Applications MPIC21XX EB208/D Design Check List for MPIC21XX Control IC’s MPM3002 AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives MPM3002 EB123/D A Simple Brush Type DC Motor Controller MPM3002 EB128/D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller MPM3003 AN1046/D Three Piece Solution For Brushless Motor Controller Design MPM3017 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MPR3003CT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MPS2222 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPS2222 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MPS650 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MPS750 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MPS8099 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MPS8099 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MPS8599 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MPSA05 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSA06 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MPSA06 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment MPSA06 AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MPSA06 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSA20 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSA44 AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MPSA44 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MPS–A–44 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPSA56 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive MPSA56 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSA70 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSL01 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSL51 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSU06 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSU55 AN719/D A New Approach to Switching Regulators MPSU56 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPSW01 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPSW01 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MPSW06 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MPSW06 AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive http://onsemi.com 53

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MPSW51 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MPSW51 AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MPSW56 AN1308/D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a Wideband–Low Feedback Design MPU05 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MPU55 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection MR2404 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MR2520L AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MR2525L AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MR2525L AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MR2530L AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors MR758 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MR760 AN1048/D RC Snubber Networks For Thyristor Power Control and Transient Suppression MR814 AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MR818 AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Transistors MR826 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MR856 AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MR871 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MRB826 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MRF136 AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier MRF138 AR314/D A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier MRF422 EB27A/D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across 2 To 3 MHz From This Push–Pull Amplifier MSR860 AN1661/D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper MSR860 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MSRB860–1 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MTB23P06E AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MTB30P06V AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MTB36N06E AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs MTB36N06V AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MTB3N120E AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply MTD10N05E AR338/D Metal–Backed Boards Improve Thermal Performance of Power MTD1N50E AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTD1N60E AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters MTD20N03HDL AN1547/D A DC to DC Converter for Notebook Computers Using HDTMOS and Synchronous Rectification MTD2N60E AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTD3055EL AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MTD3055VL AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MTD3N25E AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTD5N10E EB207/D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s MTD5N25E AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTD6P10E EB207/D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s MTE200N05 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MTE200N06 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MTH13N50 AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs http://onsemi.com 54

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MTH13N50 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTH15N20 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MTH30N20 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MTH35N12 AR177/D Proper Testing Can Maximize Performance in Power MOSFETs MTH40N06 AN1043/D Spice Model for TMOS Power MOSFETs MTH5N100 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MTH5N100 EB124/D MOSFETs Compete With Bipolars In Flyback Power Supplies MTH7N50 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTM01N50 AR196/D Understanding the Power MOSFET’s Input Characteristics MTM15N06 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTM15N06 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MTM15N15 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTM15N15 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MTM15N20 AR133/D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Bipolars at High–current Switching MTM25N06 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTM30N20 AR340/D The Low Forward Voltage Schottky MTM5N20 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTM8N10 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MTM8N15 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTM8N40 AR119/D Dynamic Saturation Voltage–A Designer’s Comparison MTP10N10 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP10N10M AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive MTP10N10M AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MTP10N25 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTP10N25 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MTP10N25M AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MTP12N06 EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller MTP12N10 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP12N10 AN918/D Paralleling Power MOSFETs in Switching Applications MTP12N10 AR120/D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage Transistor MTP12N10 AR300/D The Hidden Dangers of Electrostatic Discharge–ESD MTP12N20 AR321/D Current Sensing Simplifies Motor Control Design MTP12N20 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTP12P06 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MTP15N06 AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors MTP15N20 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTP1N60 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP1N60 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MTP20N08 AR175/D A Power FET Spice Model from Data Sheet Specs MTP25N06 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MTP25N06L AN1043/D Spice Model for TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP2N10 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP2N50 AN1090/D Understanding and Predicting Power MOSFET Switching Behavior MTP2N50E AN1546/D High Voltage, High Side Driver for Electronic Lamp Ballast Applications http://onsemi.com 55

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MTP3055E AN1043/D Spice Model for TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP3055E AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices MTP3055E AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MTP3055E AR196/D Understanding the Power MOSFET’s Input Characteristics MTP3055E AR301/D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of Designing Brushless DC Motors MTP3055E AR319/D DPAK: A Surface Mount Package for Discrete Power Devices MTP3055E EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger MTP3055E EB131/D Curve Tracer Measurement Techniques for Power MOSFETs MTP3055EL AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MTP3055EL AN1076/D Speeding Up Horizontal Outputs MTP3055EL AN1102/D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Logic Devices MTP3055VL AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MTP3N50 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTP40N06M AN1078/D New Components Simplify Brush DC Motor Drives MTP4N06L AN1016/D Infrared Sensing and Data Transmission Fundamentals MTP4N50 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTP4N50 AN929/D Insuring Reliable Performance from Power MOSFETs MTP4N50 AR175/D A Power FET Spice Model from Data Sheet Specs MTP4N50 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTP4N50E AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter MTP4N50E AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 MTP4N50s AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MTP4N90 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MTP50N06E AN1083/D Basic Thermal Management of Power Semiconductors MTP5N06 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP5N06 AN915/D Characterizing Collector–to–Emitter and Drain–to–Source Diodes for Switchmode Applications MTP60N06HD AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MTP6N60E AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTP75N03HDL AN1520/D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel In Synchronous Rectifier Applications MTP7N20 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTP8N10 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP8N15 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTP8N18 AN918/D Paralleling Power MOSFETs in Switching Applications MTP8N50 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MTP8N50 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MTP8N50E AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter MTP8N50E AN1682/D Using the MC33157 Electronic Ballast Controller MTP8N50E AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 MTP8N50E EB205/D ON Semiconductor GaAs Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC Converter MTP8P10 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs MTW14N50E AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 http://onsemi.com 56

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MTW23N25E AN1101/D One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Drive MTW23N25E AR341/D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless DC Motor Drive Withstands Commutation Stresses MTW7N80E AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors MUR10015CT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MUR1001CT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MUR100E AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MUR105 AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Transistors MUR1100 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MUR1100E AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply MUR1100E AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MUR1100E AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters MUR115 AR194/D Drive Techniques for High Side N–channel MOSFETs MUR120 AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MUR130E AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply MUR140 AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors MUR150 AN1049/D The Electronic Control of Fluorescent Lamps MUR150 EB407/D Basic Halogen Converter MUR160 AN1546/D High Voltage, High Side Driver for Electronic Lamp Ballast Applications MUR160 AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers MUR160 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 MUR180E AN1320/D 300 Watt 100 KHz Converter Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar Power Transistors MUR180E AN1543/D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design MUR20010CT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MUR3015PT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MUR3040PT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MUR405 AR131/D Baker Clamps: Traditional Concepts Updated for Third Generation Power Transistors MUR4100E AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability MUR415 AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability MUR420 AN479/D Universal Input Voltage Range Power Supply for High Resolution Monitors with Multi–sync Capability MUR430E AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply MUR460 AND8016/D Design of Power Factor Correction Circuit Using Greenline™ Compact Power Factor Controller MC33260 MUR6040 EB207/D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s MUR804PT EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies MUR8100 AN952/D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers Extend Power Transistor SOA MUR8100E AR335/D Ultra–Fast Rectifiers and Inductive Loads MUR8100E AR335/D Ultra–Fast Rectifiers and Inductive Loads MUR815 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design MV2115 AN1207/D The MC145170 In Basic HF and VHF Oscillators MV57124A AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive http://onsemi.com 57

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title MV57124A AN1606/D ITC132 High Voltage Micro to Motor Interface MZ2361 AN485/D High Power Audio Amplifiers with Short Circuit Protection P6KE10 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors P6KE150A AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers P6KE180A AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers P6KE200A AN1680/D Design Considerations for Clamping Networks for Very High Voltage Monolithic Off–Line PWM Controllers P6KE200CA AND8012/D Solid State Overvoltage Protector for AC Line P6KE30 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors P6SMB15AT3 AN1607/D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor Interface SA170A AND8006/D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent Lamps SA90A AND8006/D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent Lamps SENSEFETs AR175/D A Power FET Spice Model from Data Sheet Specs SG1525A EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency SG1525A EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies SG1526 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies SJ4008 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing SN7407 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs SN74LS05 AN913/D Designing With TMOS Power MOSFETs SN74LS92 AN1603/D Providing a POTS Phone In an ISDN or Similar Environment SN75172 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards SN75173 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards SN75174 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards SN75175 AN781A/D Revised Data Interface Standards TDA3330 AN1019/D NTSC Decoding Using the TDA3330, with Emphasis on Cable In/Cable Out Operation TIP100 EB108/D Relative Efficiencies of ON Semiconductor Power Semiconductors in a PWM DC Motor Controller TIP121 AN930/D High Voltage, High Current, Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing TIP29B AN1319/D Design Considerations for a Low Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge Motor Drive TL431 AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter TL431 AR160/D Lossless Current Sensing with SENSEFETs Enhances Motor Drive TL431 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design TL431 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies TL431ACD AN1317/D High–Current DC Motor Drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface Mount MOSFETs TL431CLP AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply TL494 EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency TL494 EB85A/D Full–Bridge Switching Power Supplies UA78540 EB121/D SCR Improves DC Motor Controller Efficiency UA78S40 AN918/D Theory and Applications of the MC34063 and UA78S40 Switching Regulator Control Circuits UC1842 AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design UC2842A AR326/D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Flyback Design UC3842A AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors UC3843 EB126/D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Battery Charger UC3843A AN1080/D External–Sync Power Supply with Universal Input range for Monitors http://onsemi.com 58

Device Index Document Device Number Number Document Title UC3844 AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter UC3845 AN1689/D ON Semiconductor’s Solutions for Very Low Power in Standby Mode In Switchmode Power Supplies UC3845 AN1108/D Design Considerations for a Two Transistor, Current Mode Forward Converter UC3845B AN1327/D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, Off–Line Flyback Switching Power Supply V33ZA1 AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors V39MA2A AR450/D Characterizing Overvoltage Transient Suppressors XGR2018CT AR564/D Dual 180–V GaAs Schottky Diode Rectifies 10 A/Leg http://onsemi.com 59

SPICE Model Index SPICE Model Index Device Number Document Number Document Title ECLinPS™ AN1503/D ECLinPS™ I/O Spice Modeling Kit ECLinPS Plus™ AND8009/D ECLInPS Plus™ SPICE Modeling Kit ECLinPS Plus™ Translators AND8014/D EPT SPICE Modeling Kit Low Voltage ECLinPS™ AN1560/D Low Voltage ECLinPS™ SPICE Modeling Kit MC100ELT25 AN1596/D ECLInPS Lite™ Translator ELT Family SPICE I/0 Model Kit MC100ELT2xD MC10ELT25 MC10ELT2xD MC100EPT20D AND8014/D g EPT SPICE Modeling Kit MC100EPT22D MC100LVELT22 AND8010/D ECLInPS Lite MC100LVELT22 SPICE Model Kit MC10H101 AN1578/D MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley SPICE (PSPICE) MC10H102 MC10H103 MC10H104 MC10H105 MC10H116 MC10H131 MC10H188 MC10H189 MC10H210 MC10H211 MC10H124 AN1598/D H124, 125, 350–352 translator I/O SPICE Modeling Kit MC10H125 MC10H350 MC10H351 MC10H352 MC100H600 AN1402/D MC10/100H600 Translator Family I/O Spice Modeling Kit MC100H601 MC100H602 MC100H603 MC100H604 MC100H605 MC100H606 MC100H607 MC10H600 MC10H601 MC10H602 MC10H603 MC10H604 MC10H605 MC10H606 MC10H607 http://onsemi.com 60

SPICE Model Index Device Number Document Number Document Title MC10SX1189 AN1537/D MC10SX1189 I/O SPICE Modeling Kit MC33363 AN1679/D How to deal with Leakage Elements in Flyback Converters MMG05N60D MTD1N60E MUR1100E MC33364 AN1681/D How to Keep a Flyback Switch Mode Supply Stable with a Critical–Mode Controller MC33364D MC33364D1 MC33364D2 MTH40N06 AN1043/D Spice Model for TMOS Power MOSFETs™ MTP25N06L MTP3055E MC74ACT AN1403/D FACT™ I/O Model Kit MTP20N08 AR175/D A Power FET SPICE Model from Data Sheet Specs MTP4N50 SENSEFETs http://onsemi.com 61

Document Abstracts Document Abstracts by Document Number Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN004E/D D Semiconductor Consideration for This paper addresses the requirements for the semiconductor sensing circuitry DC Power Supply Voltage and SCR crowbar devices used in DC power supply over/under voltage protection Protector Circuit Protectors schemes. AN211A/D D Field Effect Transistors in Theory There are two types of field–effect transistor: the Junction Field–Effect Transistor and Practice (JFET) and the Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field–Effect Transistor (MOSFET). The principles on which these devices operate are very similar, the main difference being in the method by which the control element is made. This difference, however, results in a considerable difference in device characteristics and necessitates different approaches in circuit design. This discussion of the basic theory, construction methods, characteristics and figures of merit of the two types is intended as a primer for engineers and technicians. AN220/D D FETs in Chopper and Analog The author’s discussion begins with elementary chopper and analog switch Switching Circuits characteristics, explores fully the considerations required for conventional and FET chopper and analog switch design, and finishes with specific FET circuit examples. AN222A/D D The ABCs of DC to AC Inverters Transistor DC to AC inverters are useful in a wide variety of applications, including satellites, gyros, other airborne instruments, and even an electric shaver in a car. They may become increasingly important and more widely used with the further development of economic low–voltage DC power sources such as solar cells, nuclear cells and fuel cells. This note provides a thorough examination of a broad range of inverter types, and includes selection of the proper inverter for a specific application and device selection for inverter design. AN270/D X Nanosecond Pulse Handling The rapid advancement in the field of high speed digital integrated circuits has Techniques brought into focus many problem areas in the methods of pulse measurement techniques and new concepts dealing with these problems. This paper is intended to discuss the more common, yet perhaps not well known, pitfalls of measurement systems, a method of detecting them and possible solutions. AN294/D D Unijunction Transistor Timers and Twelve different unijunction transistor circuits are examined, loading factors are Oscillators discussed and the effects of compensating techniques are shown. AN462/D D FET Current Regulators – Circuits A brief historical sketch of the development of two–terminal current regulators from and Diodes vacuum tube days to the present. Included are numerous FET current sourcing circuits, along with an extensive treatment of the current regulating diode and its uses as a valuable component in circuit design. AN479/D D Universal Input Voltage Range This note describes an easy–to–build, high performance, low cost 100W flyback Power Supply for High Resolution power supply, able to work on any mains supply from 85Vac to 265Vac, and from Monitors with Multi–Sync 40Hz to 100Hz. It is automatically synchronized to the horizontal scanning Capability frequency for minimum screen interference on a multi–sync color monitor. It uses a low cost MC44602P2 current mode controller – designed specifically for driving high voltage bipolar transistors – with an MJH18010 switchmode power transistor. AN485/D D High–Power Audio Amplifiers with This application note describes a recommended circuit approach for Short–Circuit Protection high–performance audio amplifiers in the 35W to 100W r.m.s. power range. Circuitry is included which enables the amplifier to operate safely continuously under any load condition including a short. AN489/D A Analysis and Basic Operation of The monolithic linear four–quadrant multiplier is discussed. The equations for the the MC1595 analysis are given, along with performance that is characteristic of the device. A few basic applications are given to assist the designer in his system design. AN556/D L Interconnection Techniques for ON The MECL 10,000 Series is designed to be the most usable very high speed logic Semiconductor’s MECL 10,000 available. It satisfies the growing need for high clock rate capability and short Series Emitter Couple Logic propagation delays with minimum layout constraints. This comprehensive note describes some characteristics of high speed digital signal lines and the wiring rules for MECL 10,000. Discussions include PCB interconnects and wirewrapping techniques. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 62

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN559/D A A Single Ramp Analog–To–Digital A simple single ramp A/D converter which incorporates a calibration cycle to insure Converter an accuracy of 12 bits is discussed. The circuit uses standard ICs and requires only one precision part – the reference voltage used in the calibration. This converter is useful in a number of instrumentation and measurement applications. AN569/D D Transient Thermal Resistance – Data illustrating the thermal response of a number of semiconductor die and General Data and its Use package combinations are given. Its use, employing the concepts of transient thermal resistance and superposition, permit the circuit designer to predict semiconductor junction temperature at any point in time during application of a complex power pulse train. AN581/D L An MSI 500MHz Frequency The design of an MSI 8–digit LED readout 500MHz counter using MECL III, MECL Counter Using MECL and MTTL 10,000 and TTL is discussed. Described are two prescalers using MECL, along with the designs for two input amplifiers. A unique time–base controller is also shown for providing a multiphase clock to the counter. AN587/D A Analysis and Design of the Op Voltage–controlled current sources based on operational amplifiers are both Amp Current Source versatile and accurate, yet the quality of op amps required is unimportant. This note develops general expressions for basic transfer function and output impedance, and shows that simplified equations give a very accurate description of actual circuit performance. Includes a section on analysis of the errors that result from changes in circuit parameters and temperature. AN701/D L Understanding MECL 10 000 DC The DC and AC specifications for emitter–coupled logic are somewhat different to and AC Data Sheet Specifications those for saturated logic. This application note describes the specifications found on a MECL 10,000 data sheet and provides information for understanding these specifications for persons unfamiliar with emitter–coupled logic. AN703/D A Designing Digitally–Controlled This application note shows two design approaches; a basic low voltage supply Power Supplies using an inexpensive MC1723 voltage regulator and a high current, high voltage supply using the MC1466 floating regulator with optoelectronic isolation. Various circuit options are shown to allow the designer maximum flexibility in an application. AN708A/D A Line Driver and Receiver This report discusses many line driver and receiver design considerations such as Considerations system description, definition of terms, important parameter measurements, design procedures, and application examples. An extensive line of devices is available from ON Semiconductor to provide the designer with the tools to implement the data transmission requirements necessary for almost every type of transmission system. AN713/D L Binary D/A Converters can Provide This note describes the application and use of integrated circuit D/A converters for BCD–Coded Conversion use in providing a BCD–coded conversion. The technique is illustrated using a 2–1/2 digit digital voltmeter. AN717/D L Battery Powered 5 MHZ This application note describes a battery–powered 5–MHz frequency counter Frequency Counter using the McMOS logic family for low–power operation. The basic counter is optimized at a 12–volt supply for maximum performance with a linear input–signal conditioner. Several options are discussed which optimize the basic counter for minimum power dissipation. These options include a CMOS input signal–conditioner and multiplexed LED displays. AN719/D A A New Approach to Switching This article describes a 24 volt, 3 ampere switching mode supply. It operates at Regulators 20kHz from a 120V AC line with an overall efficiency of 70%. New techniques are used to shape the load line. The control portion uses a quad comparator and an optocoupler and features short circuit protection. AN720/D L Interfacing with MECL 10,000 This article describes some of the MECL circuits used to interface with signals not Integrated Circuits meeting MECL input or output requirements. The characteristics of these circuits, such as input impedance, output drive, gain and bandwidth, allow the designer to use these parts to optimize his system. MECL interface circuits overcome a problem area of many system designs which is the efficient coupling of non–compatible signals. AN726/D L Bussing with MECL 10 000 High speed data bus lines are an important part of modern computer systems. Integrated Circuits Features of the MECL 10,000 family allow construction of data busses in a transmission line environment. This application note describes some of the guidelines to consider when designing high speed bus lines and shows how the MC10123 can be used for maximum bus performance. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 63

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN738/D L NBCD Sign & Magnitude This note describes a parallel sign and magnitude adder/subtracter for natural Adder/Subtractor binary coded decimal (NBCD) numbers. The design is implemented with CMOS MSI functions: the MC14560 NBCD Adder and MC14561 9’s Complementer. Decimal number representations, complement arithmetic, and adder/subtracters for unsigned numbers are also discussed. AN753/D L Scanning Logic for RF This note describes the application of CMOS integrated logic circuits in RF Scanner–Receivers Using CMOS scanner–receiver control functions. Approaches considered include crystal Integrated Circuits switching methods with and without priority channel capability, of both the fixed and selectable priority channel types, along with reference to their applicability in phase–locked loop system designs. AN759/D L CMOS Keyboard Data EN This application note describes a keypad to binary data entry system for use with NMOS or CMOS memories, either in a minicomputer/microprocessor application or as a part of any logic system containing random access memory. Manual data entry using a keypad avoids the use of a binary format, offering increased speed and accuracy of manual direct memory accessing. AN781A/D X Revised Data–Interface Standards The purpose of this application note is to provide a brief overview, and comparison, of the communication interface standards RS232–C, RS422, RS423, RS449 AND RS485 for the hardware designer. A listing of the standards’ specifications, and a listing of appropriate ON Semiconductor devices are included. When more detailed information is required, the appropriate standard should be consulted. AN784/D D Transient Power Capability of Because of the sensitivity of semiconductor components to voltage transients in Zener Diodes excess of their ratings, circuits are often designed to inhibit voltage surges in order to protect equipment from catastrophic failure. External voltage transients are imposed on power lines as a result of lightning strikes, motors, solenoids, relays or SCR switching circuits, which share the same ac source with other equipment. Internal transients can be generated within a piece of equipment by rectifier reverse recovery transients, switching of loads or transformer primaries, fuse blowing, solenoids, etc. The basic relation, v = L di/dt, describes most equipment developed transients. AN829/D L Application of the MC1374 TV The MC1374 was designed for use in applications where separate audio and Modulator composite video signals are available, which need to be converted to a high quality VHF television signal. It is ideally suited as an output device for subscription T.V. decoders, video disk and video tape players. AN843/D D A Review of Transients and Their This note addresses the problem of transient overvoltages which most electronic Means of Suppression equipment designs must deal with. Effective transient suppression requires that the impulse energy is dissipated in the added suppressor at a low enough voltage so the capabilities of the circuit or device will not be exceeded. AN849/D D Guide to Thyristor Applications In this note, significant thyristor characteristics, the basis of their rating, and their relationship to circuit design are discussed. AN860/D D Power MOSFETs Versus Bipolar What is better, if anything, with the power FETs if we can get a bipolar transistor Transistors with an equal power rating for less than half the price? AN861/D D Power Transistor Safe Operating Motor drives present a unique set of safe operating area conditions for power Area: Special Considerations for output transistors. Starting with the basics of forward and reverse safe operating Motor Drives area, considerations unique to motor drives are discussed. The industrial motor drive application is sufficiently different from the electronics uses of power transistors that a new safe operating area specification has been developed. It is called overload safe operating area (OSLOA). The concept and the data sheet curves that go with it are presented. AN873/D D Understanding Power Transistor Power transistor dynamic behavior can be affected to a large extent by dv/dt Dynamic Behavior: dv/dt Effects on limitations. A look at the internal workings of the transistor readily shows how these Switching RBSOA limitations arise. A simple circuit model is developed which reproduces the behavior of power transistors in dv/dt–limited modes of operation. Experience with the model gives some guidelines for minimizing dv/dt limitations in practical circuits. AN875/D D Power Transistor Safe Operating The purpose of this application note is to take a look at some of the more subtle Area: Special Considerations for aspects of how stress imposed by the power supply relates to transistor safe Switching Power Supplies operating area, and to differentiate those stresses that the transistor can handle from those it cannot. In order to provide a proper foundation, special considerations are preceded by a review of forward bias safe operating area. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 64

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN876/D D Using Power MOSFETs in Stepping Motor control techniques and circuits utilizing Power MOSFETs driven Stepping Motor Control from CMOS Integrated Circuits are discussed. The techniques described are shift register phase generation, comparator switched current limiting, utilization of synchronous rectification, transient current suppression by use of the Power FET transfer characteristic, and the transient voltage protection requirements of the Power FET. The techniques are presented as components for an 88% efficient stepping motor drive circuit; however they are also applicable to other power control tasks. AN913/D D Designing with TMOS Power Clearly, the advantages and disadvantages that the power MOSFET gives MOSFETs technology are its specific realm of usefulness. Some designers also favour the power MOSFET because of its extended FBSOA or its other more subtle advantages. The most common considerations that designers should be aware of when designing with TMOS power MOSFETs are outlined and explained here. AN915/D D Characterizing Collector–to–Emit- Most power Darlington transistors and power MOSFETs contain integral ter and Drain–to–Source Diodes Collector–to–Emitter (C–E) and Drain–to–Source (D–S) diodes which for certain for Switchmode Applications inductive load applications can be used as commutating diodes. Whether these diodes are fast enough or have adequate power handling capability is addressed. Also described is a real world test circuit which accurately characterizes the diodes for switching times. The surge current capability and forward characteristics of a number of devices are also listed. AN917/D A Reading and Writing in Floppy Disc This application note will initially discuss recording heads, formats and disk Systems capacities. Subsequently, the discussion will focus on the MC3469, MC3470 and MC3471 Integrated Circuits, which have been developed to facilitate the design of floppy disk systems. AN918/D D Paralleling Power MOSFETs in The present TDT series of application notes are updated in this note with a more Switching Applications detailed analysis and design guide for TMOS power MOSFET parallel applications to account for device–to–device parameter differences and responses. AN920/D A Theory and Applications of the This paper describes in detail the principle of operation of the MC34063 and MC34063 and µA78S40 Switching µA78S40 switching regulator subsystems. Several converter design examples Regulator Circuits and numerous applications circuits with test data are included. AN921/D L Horizontal APC/AFC Loops The most popular method used in modern television receivers to synchronize the line frequency oscillator is the phase locked loop. Although in detail the circuits may vary considerably, the fundamental operation is the same. Any designer with a good understanding of phase locked loops in general and the required operating characteristics of television line frequency oscillators in particular, should be able to handle these circuits successfully. AN924/D D Measurement of Zener Voltage to This paper discusses the Zener voltage correlation problem which sometimes Thermal Equilibrium with Pulsed exists between the manufacturer and the customer’s incoming inspection. A Test Current method is shown to aid in the correlation of Zener voltage between thermal equilibrium and pulse testing. A unique double–pulsed sample and hold test circuit is presented which improves the accuracy of correlation. Several Zener voltages versus Zener pulsed test current curves are shown for ten package styles. An appendix is attached for incoming inspection groups giving detailed information on tolerances involved in correlation. AN929/D D Insuring Reliable Performance from Due to their many unique advantages, power MOSFETs are being used in an Power MOSFETs increasing number of applications. To aid the circuit designer in developing reliable power MOSFET circuits, this application note examines six potential problem areas and offers suggestions for eliminating or minimizing problems in each area. In addition, as an aid to the many designers who are using power MOSFETs in switched–mode power supplies, this note includes a section on improving switching power supply circuits. AN930/D D High Voltage, High Current, This application note provides specifications for a test instrument which can be Non–Destructive FBSOA Testing used to perform non–destructive testing of the Second Breakdown (SB) limits of the Forward Bias Safe Operating Area (FBSOA) curve. In addition this note illustrates typical SB portions of the FBSOA and temperature derating curves for various technologies. AN951/D D Drive Optimization for 1.0kV The purpose of this application note is to take a look at how best to use these parts. Off–Line Converter Transistors Both switching time and reverse safe area are examined in several different circuit configurations. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 65

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN952/D D Ultrafast Recovery Rectifiers The purpose of this application note is to examine the improvement in turn–on safe Extend Power Transistor SOA operating area that can be realized with ULTRAFAST clamp diodes. In order to provide a complete analysis, the ULTRAFAST results are preceded with a review of conventional design rules. AN954/D A A Unique Converter Configuration The use of switching regulators in new portable equipment designs is becoming Provides Step–Up/Step–Down more pronounced over that of linear regulators. Functions AN957/D A Interfacing Speakerphone to Interfacing the MC34018 speakerphone circuit to the MC34010 series of telephone MC34010/11/13 circuits is described in this application note. The series includes the MC34010, MC34011, MC34013, and the newer “A” version of each of those. The interface is applicable to existing designs, as well as to new designs. AN958/D A Transmit Gain Adjustments for The MC34014 telephone speech network provides for direct connection to an MC34014 Speech electret microphone and to Tip and Ring. In between, the circuit provides gain, drive capability, and determination of the ac impedance for compatibility with the telephone lines. Since different microphones have different sensitivity levels, different gain levels are required from the microphone to the Tip and Ring lines. This application note will discuss how to change the gain level to suit a particular microphone while not affecting the other circuit parameters. AN959/D A A Speakerphone with Receive Idle The MC34018 speakerphone system operates on the principle of comparing the Mode transmit and receive signals to determine which is stronger, and then switching the circuit into that mode. Under conditions where noise from the telephone line (in the receive path) exceeds the background noise in the transmit path, the speakerphone will switch easily, or even lock, into the receive mode. Under these conditions the conversation will sound “dead” to the party at the far–end. It will also be more difficult for the near–end party to activate the transmit channel since the transmit detection is at the output of the transmit attenuator, which will be at maximum attenuation during this time. The addition of a receive idle mode can alleviate this problem by ensuring that the transmit and receive gains will be approximately equal when no voice signals are present. This allows the far–end party to hear ambient noises, and also increases the sensitivity to transmit signals. AN960/D A Equalization of DTMF Signal This application note will describe how to obtain equalization (line length MC64014 compensation) of the DTMF dialing tones using the MC34014 speech network. While the MC34014 does not have an internal dialer, it has the interface for a dialer so as to provide the means for putting the DTMF tones onto the Tip & Ring lines. The equalization amplifier, whose gain varies with loop current, was meant primarily to equalize the speech signals. However, by adding one resistor, it can be used to equalize the DTMF signals as well. AN964/D D Trigger Design Ideas for DIAC With the reduced availability of DIACs it is necessary to find alternative triac trigger Replacements options. This note examines eight other discrete devices or combinations where the parts cost is generally the same or less than the DIAC they replace, but performance is improved. AN976/D A A New High Performance Current The second–generation architecture of the MC34129 power supply control IC is Mode Controller Teams Up with shown to provide a number of advantages for current–mode supplies, notably Current Sensing Power MOSFETs ‘lossless’ sensing when used with current sensing power MOSFETs. The discussion includes subtle factors to watch out for in practical designs, and an applications example. AN980/D A VHF Narrowband FM receiver ON Semiconductor has developed a series of low power narrow–band FM dual Design Using MC3362 and the conversion receivers in monolithic silicon integrated circuits. THe MC3362 and MC3363 Dual Conversion MC3363 are manufactured in the MOSAIC process technology. This process Receivers develops NPN transistors with fT = 4+ GHz, which allows the MC3362 and MC3363 to have excellent very high frequency (VHF) operation with low power drain. AN1006/D A Linearize the Volume Control The volume control level of the MC34118 speaker–phone IC has a nonlinear MC34118 relationship with respect to the position of the volume control potentiometer, evident in Figure 14 of the data sheet. Since the input impedance at VLC (Pin 13) is very high, the horizontal axis in the graph of Figure 14 can be said to represent the potentiometer’s mechanical position (using a linear taper potentiometer), with the two extreme ends of the potentiometer’s position at 0.3 and 1.0. As can be seen, the gain changes at a slow rate when near maximum volume, but changes rapidly when near the minimum volume setting. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 66

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1016/D A Infrared Sensing and Data Many applications today benefit greatly from electrical isolation of assemblies, Transmission Fundamentals require remote control, or need to sense a position or presence. Infrared light is an excellent solution for these situations due to low cost, ease of use, ready availability of components, and freedom from licensing requirements or interference concerns that may be required by RF techniques. Construction of these systems is not difficult, but many designers are not familiar with the principles involved. The purpose of this application note is to present a “primer” on those techniques and thus speed their implementation. AN1019/D A Decoding Using TDA3330 with The TDA3330 is a composite video to TGB Color Decoder originally intended for Emphasis on Video Cable Drive PAL and NTSC color TV receivers and monitors. The data sheet is oriented toward picture tube drive, rather than cable level outputs. This application note is intended to supplement the data sheet by providing circuits for video cable drive, such as used in video processing circuits, frame store, and other specialized applications, and to expand upon the functional details of the TDA3330. AN1020/D D A High–Performance Video This note describes a state–of–the–art video amplifier making use of the superior Amplifier for High Resolution CRT performance characteristics of ON Semiconductor CRT driver transistors. In Applications particular, it shows the high speed obtainable with low DC power consumption. The circuit is insensitive to load variations and interconnect methods. AN1040/D D Mounting Considerations for Power The operating environment is a vital factor in setting current and power ratings of Semiconductors a semiconductor device. Reliability is increased considerably for relatively small reductions in junction temperature. Faulty mounting not only increases the thermal gradient between the device and its heat sink, but can also cause mechanical damage. This comprehensive note shows correct and incorrect methods of mounting all types of discrete packages, and discusses methods of thermal system evaluation. AN1042/D D High Fidelity Switching Audio Switching audio amplifiers were impractical before the availability of Amplifiers Using TMOS Power complementary Power MOSFETs. Now, gate drive circuitry is simpler than for MOSFETs bipolar transistors, and the MOS devices operate more efficiently at higher frequencies. This detailed discussion of switching amplifier design is supported by a 72W Class D circuit. AN1043/D D Spice Model for TMOS Power SPICE is a user–friendly, general–purpose circuit simulation program for MOSFETs non–linear DC, non–linear transient and linear AC analysis. It is now available in various commercial versions for use on personal computers. ON Semiconductor and the LAAS–CNRS Research Laboratory have built a TMOS Power MOSFET library to simplify power dissipation simulation using SPICE. This note describes how to use the library; the physics of the Power MOSFET; the implementation of the model within SPICE; the method of extracting the parameters for the library; and a comparison of practical and simulated characteristics. The library is printed here and is also available on disk. AN1045/D D Series Triacs in AC High Voltage An analysis of the circuit design of series connected triacs used to create high Switching Circuits voltage switches operating up to 2000 volts. Triacs offer many advantages over electromechanical switches, but blocking voltage and dV/dt capability must often be far higher than the line voltage would suggest. Properly designed series circuits can solve many of the problems. AN1046/D X Three Piece Solution for Brushless Until recently, the design of compact but comprehensive circuits taking full Motor Controller Design advantage of the unique attributes of brushless DC motors has been difficult, while available power transistors have not always performed as well as is necessary for the application. This high–performance three–chip solution couples the rugged MPM3003 three phase MOSFET bridge (in a 12–pin power package) with the MC33035 Brushless DC Motor Controller and the MC33039 Closed–Loop Brushless Motor Adapter. Design is simplified, board area reduced. Full circuit, parts list, and discussion of practical considerations. AN1048/D D RC Snubber Networks for Thyristor RC Snubbers are used to control transients that could falsely turn on a thyristor or Power Control and Transient triac. But if not used properly they can cause unreliable operation and even Suppression damage to the device. This detailed analysis of the problem examines the physics, and provides design examples for many practical applications. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 67

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1049/D D The Electronic Control of A circuit is described including PCB artwork and component layout that Fluorescent Lamps demonstrates the use of the BUL45 bipolar power transistor for fluorescent lamp control. Electronic control can improve efficiency, extend lamp life and eliminate low frequency flicker. This note discusses the limitations of different types of ‘electronic ballast’, and shows how the specially designed BUL45 can provide excellent performance without special screening or matching. AN1076/D D Speeding up Horizontal Outputs ON Semiconductor’s SCANSWITCH transistors are designed specifically as fast drivers for horizontal outputs. Optimum performance is achieved when 5 base drive conditions are met. This successful base drive circuit starts with the output transistor’s physics and works back to the horizontal oscillator. AN1077/D A Adding Digital Volume Control The volume control provided on many speakerphones in a potentiometer, some Speakerphone rotary and some linear, wired so the wiper provides a varying DC voltage to a variable gain stage. This application note will describe how to replace the potentiometer with a digital circuit which allows control of the speaker volume from a set of “UP” and “DOWN” pushbutton switches. The circuit uses only 3 standard CMOS ICs. AN1078/D X New Components Simplify Brush A variety of new components simplify the design of brush motor drives. One is a DC Motor Drives brushless motor control IC which is easily adapted to brush motors. Others include multiple Power MOSFETs in H–Bridge configuration, a new MOS turn–off device, and gain–stable opto level shifters. Several circuits illustrate how the new devices can be used in practical motor drives, in particular to control speed in both directions and operate from a single power supply. AN1080/D X External–Sync Power Supply with A variety of new components simplify the design of brush motor drives. One is a Universal Input Voltage Range for brushless motor control IC which is easily adapted to brush motors. Others include Monitors multiple Power MOSFETs in H–Bridge configuration, a new MOS turn–off device, and gain–stable opto level shifters. Several circuits illustrate how the new devices can be used in practical motor drives, in particular to control speed in both directions and operate from a single power supply. AN1083/D D Basic Thermal Management of As a rule of thumb, for every 10° C rise in junction temperature above 100° C, the Power Semiconductors operating life of the device is halved. But for various reasons, thermal management of power semiconductors is often overlooked ‹ when the system is ready for packaging, it may be too late. A discussion of Bipolar and Power MOSFET thermal characteristics and how to measure them under various conditions. AN1090/D D Understanding and Predicting RC time constants and Miller capacitance have their uses, but they are not the best Power MOSFET Switching way to predict MOSFET switching speed or select a power MOSFETs gate drive Behavior resistor. An alternative approach that capitalizes on the nature of the load makes selection of the resistor quite simple. AN1091/D L Low Skew Clock Drivers and their With microprocessor–based systems now running at 33MHz and beyond, System Design Considerations low–skew clock drivers have become essential ‹ ON Semiconductor produces several devices with less than 1ns skew between outputs. Unfortunately, simply plugging one of these high performance clock drivers into a board does not guarantee trouble–free operation. Careful board layout and system noise considerations must also be taken into account. AN1092/D L Driving High Capacitance DRAMs In systems where speed and efficiency are of utmost importance, designers often in an ECL System mix technologies to achieve the right combination of speed, power, cost and processing capability. ON Semiconductor’s Emitter Coupled Logic (ECL) makes it possible to operate up to 1GHz clock rates. However, ECL speeds are not necessary in memory that is not accessed every clock cycle ‹ a large CMOS DRAM is cheaper and uses less power and board space than ECL memory. The MC10H/100H660 4–bit ECL–TTL Load Reducing DRAM Driver was designed as a translator for such applications. AN1101/D X One–Horsepower Off–Line Brushless Permanent Magnet (BPM) motors (brushless DC motors) using Brushless Permanent Magnet MOSFET inverters are common in low voltage, variable speed applications such Motor Drive as disk drives. Higher voltage off–line applications can also use the same technology, but there have been problems in designing a reliable, low–cost high side driver and understanding the more subtle effects of diode snap and PCB layout. This one–horsepower off–line BPM motor drive board uses opto–isolators and a special MOSFET turn–off IC for level translation. Includes PCB artwork and parts list, and a discussion of the theory. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 68

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1102/D D Interfacing Power MOSFETs to Most popular power MOSFETs need 10 volts of gate drive to support their Logic Devices maximum drain current. This creates problems when attempting to drive from 5V logic. The new Logic Level power MOSFETs solve some but not all of the problems. This note discusses easy methods of directly interfacing both types of MOSFET to TTL and CMOS logic, and to microprocessors such as the M68HC11. Discusses a method of calculating switching times, to minimize switching losses, and stresses the significance of logic power supply variations. AN1108/D D Design Considerations for a Two This design for a 150W, 150KHz, two transistor, current mode forward converter Transistor, Current Mode Forward illustrates solutions for noise control, feedback circuit analysis and magnetic Converter component design ‹ topics that often create the most problems for designers. Improved Schottky rectifiers, power MOSFETs and optocouplers ‹ and their effects on switched mode power supply design ‹ are also considered. Includes circuit, analysis, parts list and theoretical discussion. AN1122/D A Running the MC44802A PLL The MC44802A is the PLL portion of a tuning circuit intended for applications Circuit involving television, FM radio, and Set–Top converters up to 1.3 GHz. Coupled with a VCO and mixer, a complete tuning circuit can be formed. The tuning frequency is controlled through an MCU serial interface (I2C). As noted in the MC44802A data sheet, an MCU is recommended for sending the serial control bytes. This application note describes combing an MC68HC11E9 with an MC44802A in a tuner design. The information is sufficiently general however, that most any MCU could be used for this function. Those with a limited background in the use and programming of MCUs will find the information adequately detailed to permit a thorough understanding. AN1207/D A The MC145170 in Basic HF and Phase–locked loop (PLL) frequency synthesizers are commonly found in VHF Oscillators communication gear today. The carrier oscillator in a transmitter and local oscillator (LO) in a receiver are where PLL frequency synthesizers are utilized. In some cellular phones, a synthesizer can also be used to generate 90 MHz for an offset loop. In addition, synthesizers can be used in computers and other digital systems to create different clocks which are synchronized to a master clock. AN1253/D L Improved PLL Design Method This is a design guide for PLL synthesizers used in wireless products. It focuses Without on compact, low current and low cost synthesizers. Natural frequency and damping are not used in the calculations. The topics covered are: a) PLL–related limitations of receiver and transmitter performance. b) A simple measurement of charge pump spurious current at the reference frequency has been developed. It will be included on future datasheets. Formulas have been developed relating the spurious current at one reference frequency to other frequencies. c) Optimal loop filter component values and PLL performance where design criteria include reference modulation bandwidth, VCO modulation bandwidth, switching time, overshoot after switching time period, reference sideband level, and noise within loop bandwidth. d) Circuit and charge pump design compromises. Also design tolerance to changes in loop gain can be determined. AN1277/D A Offset Reference PLLs for Fine Frequency synthesis by use of two loops, with reference frequencies offset from Resolution each other, can provide much finer resolution or faster hopping than a single loop. Dual PLL ICs are available to make compact low–current synthesizers using the technique. Alternative techniques will be discussed, the design method described, and examples provided. This technique has been used successfully with the ON Semiconductor MC145220 dual PLL, providing 10 Hz step size, 30 MHz frequency range, and switching time of 30 ms. AN1308/D D 100 and 200 Watt High Fidelity A new pair of complementary bipolar power transistors – the 2SC3281 and Audio Amplifiers Utilizing a 2SA1302 – have better linearity than earlier devices used in high power audio Wideband Low Feedback Design amplifiers. The amplifier circuits presented here use a topology that is fully complementary in design with a dual differential input. Other goals are a wide open–loop bandwidth (greater than the audio band) and minimal negative feedback (less than 25dB). The purpose is to show that a low feedback design can yield low distortion without any special distortion cancelling circuitry for localized feedback loops. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 69

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1314/D A Automatic Line Voltage Selector Line voltage selection for international equipment has traditionally been achieved by a manual switch, a solution that invites malfunction, damage or safety hazard due to human error. This note describes an automatic line voltage selector circuit for use in switching power supplies. It makes use of the MC34161 Voltage Monitor IC, and keeps its output voltage in an acceptable range for the remainder of the supply by sensing the amplitude of the line voltage at its input. The circuit is easy to incorporate into existing AC switchmode designs with little extra cost or space requirement. AN1317/D D High–Current DC Motor Drive Surface mount technology has hitherto been used in controllers for small disk drive Uses Low On–Resistance Surface motors with peak currents of 1 or 2 amps. Now the availability of low Mount MOSFETs ON–resistance, surface mount power MOSFETs has increased the current handling capability of surface mount technology. This application note presents a 5 amp DC motor drive board (DEVB148) using all surface mount components apart from the filter capacitor. It features a cycle–by–cycle current limit and is intended for direct control from a microcontroller. AN1319/D D Design Considerations for a Low Complementary MOSFET half–bridges are commonly used in low voltage motor Voltage N–Channel H–Bridge drives to simplify gate drive design. However the P–channel FET in the half–bridge Motor Drive usually has higher ON–resistance or is larger and more expensive than the N–channel device. The alternative is to use an N–channel half–bridge, which uses silicon more efficiently and minimizes cost and conduction losses. The trade–off is usually a more complex gate drive; this note looks at ways of minimizing gate drive complexity, and also discusses diode snap, shoot–through current and general design considerations. A design is implemented in the DEVB151 development board. AN1320/D D 300 Watt, 100kHz Converter Although MOSFETs are often preferred for new switchmode power supply Utilizes Economical Bipolar Planar designs, ON Semiconductor has now extended the capabilities of bipolar Power Transistors transistors using a new planar process. This 300W forward converter operates at 100kHz, and demonstrates the performance that may be achieved with the MJW18010 planar bipolar power transistor. Discusses the merits of planar devices in this application, and provides circuit analysis for all major sections including the output transformer. The design is 84% efficient with 1% voltage regulation, at a lower cost than the MOSFET alternative. AN1321/D D Brushless DC Motor Drive Product miniaturization demands smaller components, including semiconductors. Incorporates Small Outline Surface mount components now include power MOSFETs in SOIC (Small Outline Integrated Circuit Packaged Integrated Circuit) surface mount packages. In particular the MMDF2C05E, an MOSFETs S0–16 packaged complementary half–bridge, is relatively easy to implement into a motor drive system. This application note describes a brushless DC motor drive design similar in size to those found in hard disk drives. The evaluation board DEVB156 resulted from the design; it is partitioned into control, power, feedback and motor sections. AN1327/D D Very Wide Input Voltage Range, One of the problems for power supply designers is coping with the very wide input Off–line Flyback Switching Power voltage range presented by the international marketplace. Forward mode Supply switching power supplies operate typically over a single system’s range, such as 90–130V AC or 200–270V AC. Creating products for specific markets or using jumpers can be costly or at least inconvenient. This design for a discontinuous mode flyback converter can operate over a 6.6:1 input voltage range without affecting its reliability. This is done by changing its mode of operation and by using new power MOSFETs with breakdown voltage ratings of 1200V. AN1400/D L MC10/100H640 Clock Driver The difficulties of designing high–speed, controlled–impedance PC boards ‹ and Family I/O SPICE Modelling Kit the expense of reworking them ‹ makes it essential for designers to model circuit performance prior to committing to a layout. This note provides sufficient information for basic SPICE analysis on the interconnect traces driving or being driven by the ‘H640, ‘H641, ‘H642, ‘H643, ‘H644 and ‘H645 clock distribution chips. It includes schematics of the input, output and ESD protection structures, and package models which may affect the waveforms. A SPICE parameter set for the referenced devices is provided. AN1401/D L Using SPICE to Analyze the Illustrates the complex influences of board layout on the total skew of a system Effects of Board Layout on System when designing with the MC10H/100H64x family of clock drivers. Discusses Skew designing with the transmission line theory and the various termination techniques, and presents MC10/100H640 Family of Clock guidelines to assist designers in analyzing board layouts and loading schemes Drivers using SPICE simulations to predict and minimize the total skew of a system. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 70

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1402/D L MC10/100H00 Translator Family The difficulties of designing high–speed, controlled–impedance PC boards ‹ and I/O SPICE Modelling Kit the expense of reworking them – makes it essential for designers to model circuit performance prior to committing to a layout. This note provides sufficient information for basic SPICE analysis on the interconnect traces driving or being driven by the ‘H600, ‘H601, ‘H602, ‘H603, ‘H604, ‘H605, ‘H606 and ‘H607 translator chips. It includes schematics of the input, output and ESD structures, and package models which may affect the waveforms. A SPICE parameter set for the referenced devices is provided. AN1403/D L FACT I/O Model Kit This note provides SPICE information to allow users to perform system level interconnect modelling for the ON Semiconductor FACTt logic family. It contains representative circuit schematics of the different I/O structures and a worst case package model schematic used in the FACT family. A list of SPICE parameters for the referenced transistors is included. (The information is not intended for the purpose of extensive device modelling). AN1404/D L ECLinPS Circuit Performance at When ECLinPS devices are interfaced to other technologies there may be times Non–Standard VIH Levels when the input voltages do not meet the specification detailed in the ECLinPS data book. This application note discusses the consequences of driving ECLinPS devices with an Input Voltage HIGH level which is outside the specification. AN1405/D L ECL Clock Distribution Techniques Clock skew – the time difference between supposedly simultaneous clock transitions within a system – is one of the main factors limiting system performance at high frequencies. If clock skew can be reduced, designers can increase performance without using faster logic or more complex and more expensive architectures. Emitter Coupled Logic (ECL) technologies offer a number of advantages over the CMOS and TTL alternatives; this note describes the advantages, the three skew problem areas, and methods of clock distribution to minimize skew. AN1406/D L Designing with PECL (ECL at Positive Emitter Coupled Logic (PECL) provides a high speed solution for the +5.0V) CMOS/TTL designer. The technique involves standard ECL devices running of a positive power supply. ECL, and so PECL, has long been the ‘black magic’ of the logic world; by breaking down the misconceptions concerning its use, CMOS and TTL designers can gain a powerful solution to the most difficult of high speed problems. This note has the details. AN1410/D L Configuring and Applying the Note describes a versatile device for 0.1 to 16MHz frequency synchronization. MC74HC4046A Phase–Locked Loop AN1503/D L ECLinPS™ I/O SPICE Modelling A series of representative schematics for the different I/O circuits used in the Kit ECLinPS and ECLinPS Lite families to allow users to perform system interconnect modelling. SPICE parameters for the transistors referenced in the schematics are also provided. AN1504/D L Metastability and the ECLinPSt Examines the concept of metastability – an anomalous state caused typically by Family violation of set–up and hold times – with a theoretical discussion of the reasons for it. Presents an equation characterizing metastability and derives a test circuit. Metastability results are then applied to the ECLinPS family. AN1510/D A Mode Indicator for the MC34118 In most applications involving a normal conversation, the operation mode (receive, Speakerphone transmit, idle) of the MC34118 speakerphone IC is obvious to the users of the speakerphone. There are some applications, however where it is beneficial to have an indication of the operation mode. This indication may have to be visual, or logic levels to a microprocessor or other circuitry. This application note describes how to create a mode indicator for use with the MC34118 speakerphone circuit. AN1520/D D HDTMOS Power MOSFETs Excel The new HDTMOS technology combines VLSI techniques with the ruggedness of in Synchronous Rectifier vertical power structures to obtain increased cell density and to provide devices Applications with lower overall on–resistance. The reverse recovery characteristic of the parasitic body diode is also faster than in MOSFETs that use conventional technologies. This note examines the advantages of using HDTMOS transistors as synchronous rectifiers in a high power buck converter, and in a 5V DC to 3.3V DC buck converter, in order to increase circuit performance and efficiency while minimizing parts count. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 71

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1524/D D AC Motor Drive Using Integrated The AC induction motor is the workhorse of modern industry. Worldwide about 50 Power Stage million motors are installed every year that have greater than 1/2 hp. Today only a small percentage of these motors utilize variable speed drives. Almost half of the variable speed AC drives sold today are in the 1 to 5 hp range. Companies producing this range of drives are under a great deal of pressure to reduce costs. Lower system cost will result in higher volumes as more applications use variable speed. The power semiconductors are a significant portion of the cost of these drives. A new module called an Integrated Power Stage may be used to reduce the cost and complexity of the power semiconductors. A functional demo board has been developed using this module for a 1 to 2 hp AC motor drive. AN1537/D L MC10SX1189 I/O SPICE Modeling This application note provides the SPICE information necessary to accurately Kit model system interconnect situations for designs which utilize the MC10SX1189 Fibre Channel Coaxial Cable Driver and Loop Resiliency Circuit. AN1540/D D Application Consideration Using Many of the problems associated with paralleling of power devices can be greatly Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors reduced by using IGBTs. It has been shown that the device characteristics of the IGBTs IGBT device favors parallel operation as opposed to BJTs. Its dual device characteristics can be utilized to give design engineers very satisfactory performance under static and dynamic current sharing of the devices. AN1541/D D Introduction to Insulated Gate The ideal switch for use in power conversion applications would have zero voltage Bipolar Transistors drop in the ON state, infinite resistance in the OFF state, would switch with infinite speed and not need any power to make it operate. In practice, the designer must make a compromise and choose a device that suits the application with minimal loss of efficiency. Combining the low conduction losses of a BJT with the switching speed of a power MOSFET would create an optimal solid state switch. The Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT) offers a combination of these attributes. This note explains how it is made, how it works, and how it compares with BJTs and power MOSFETs. AN1542/D D Active Inrush Current Limiting The input filter of a power supply is an integral part of the design. Typically it Using MOSFETs incorporates an inductor and capacitors ‹ these need to be able to provide EMI reduction and to hold up the supply in the case of a short duration line dropout, requirements which can lead to large capacitors being used, coupled with a large and heavy inductor to limit the inrush current. This note presents an innovative method of inrush current limiting which is based on a single MOSFET and a small number of other components. Design methods and simple equations are described, plus proposals for applications of the same circuit in other areas. AN1543/D D Electronic Lamp Ballast Design Although the light output of a fluorescent tube has a discontinuous spectrum, the higher efficiency brought about by electronic control makes it the best choice for energy–saving lighting systems. Until recently the lack of reliable and efficient power transistors made the design of electronic ballasts difficult – now there are transistors designed specifically for lighting applications. This comprehensive application note discusses the design criteria for electronic ballast design, including safety circuits and power factor correction, and presents demonstration circuits for a full featured electronic ballast and for a dimmable version. AN1544/D A Design of Continuously Variable This paper is intended to give practical guidance in designing an optimum deltamod Slope Delta configuration for the most common voice applications using a Continuously Variable Slope Delta Modulator/Demodulator, MC34115 or MC3418, and provide some useful SNR performance information. Delta modulation theory is briefly reviewed, and a MathCAD Version 3.1 model (see Appendix A) is presented that provides the designer with suggested parameter values and simulates the deltamod signal, given the clock frequency, input voltage function (including amplitude and frequency), and supply voltage. It is possible to methodically design a system with limited knowledge of communications theory using simple guidelines presented in this model, which is presented as a supplement to the design guidance provided by the Continuously Variable Slope Delta Modulator/Demodulator(CVSD) data sheet. AN1546/D D High Voltage High Side Driver As electronic ballasts continue to displace their old core and coil predecessors, we Electronic Lamp see increased emphasis being placed upon cost reduction, reduced part count, and overall simplification of designs. ON Semiconductor’s new MPIC2151 Self Oscillating Half–Bridge Driver was developed to simplify electronic ballast designs, using Mos gated output switches in a half–bridge configuration. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 72

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1547/D D A DC to DC Converter for A prime issue for low output voltage power supplies is power loss in the power Notebook Computers Using semiconductors. This is especially true for notebook computers which need High HDTMOS and Synchronous Cell Density TMOS (HDTMOS) – the latest technology – to meet their high Rectification efficiency PSU requirements. Logic supplies are currently standardizing on 3.3V, forcing power supply designers to look at devices other than junction diodes for rectification. Low on–resistance power MOSFETs using HDTMOS technology can overcome the problems of poor performance, low PIV and slow reverse recovery times. This note discusses the theory and practice of a 5V to 3.3V, 4A DC to DC converter with up to 92% efficiency. AN1548/D A Guidelines for Debugging Normally, the implementation of the MC44011 Multistandard video decoder is fairly MC44011 Video Decoder simple in that there are no external adjustments, or critical components to deal with. However, since this IC contains several interrelated functions and a substantial amount of programmability, debugging an improperly working circuit can sometimes be daunting. The purpose of this document is to provide a procedure for debugging and checking the operation of this IC, and an indication of what to expect at some of the various pins. AN1558/D L Retrigger Time in HC4538A Dual This application note characterizes the retrigger time in the MC54/74HC4538A Precision Monostable Multivibrator dual precision monostable multivibrator. AN1560/D L Low Voltage ECLinPS SPICE This document extends to the low voltage family of ECLinPS and ECLinPS Lite Modeling Kit devices the information given in AN1503: ECLinPS I/O SPICE Modelling Kit. The Low Voltage ECLinPS and ECLinPS Lite devices are the newest additions to ON Semiconductor’s highest performance ECL/PECL family, offering similar performance to the standard ECLinPS and ECLinPS Lite products, but at 3.3V. The kit contains all the input and output schematics for the Low Voltage devices that are available at the time of writing, and allows a system level interconnect simulation to be performed. AN1568/D L Interfacing Between LVDS and LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signaling) signals are used to interface between ECL today’s CMOS or BiCMOS ASICs supplied with 3.3V. LVDS signals are differential signals with a swing of 250 to 400 mV and a DC offset of 1.2V. External components are required for board to board data transfer or clock distribution. AN1570/D D Basic Semiconductor Thermal This application note provides basic information about power semiconductor Measurement thermal parameters, how they are measured, and how they are used. The intention is to enable the reader to better describe power semiconductors and to answer many common questions relating to their power handling capability. Four key topics are covered: Understanding basic semiconductor thermal parameters; Semiconductor thermal test equipment; Thermal parameter test procedures; Using thermal parameters to solve frequently asked thermal questions. AN1574/D A A Group Listening–In Application The MC33215 is developed and optimized for use in fully electronic telephone sets for MC33215 with both handset and handsfree operation. A mode for group listening–in operation is not incorporated, but can easily be built, and is described in this application note. AN1575/D D Worldwide Cordless Telephone The following tables contain CT–1 USA and Asia Pacific (CT–0 EUROPE) Frequencies frequencies for cordless telephone. These tables reference application information provided in MC13109, MC13110, AND MC13111 Universal Cordless Telephone Subsystem Integrated Circuit technical data sheets. Channel number, Tx channel frequency, 1st LO frequency, and Tx and Rx divider values, for both handset and baseset, are listed in this addendum. The device data sheets can be found in Chapter 8 of the data book (DL128). AN1576/D D Reduce Compact Fluorescent Cost Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) are becoming more popular in the consumer with ON Semiconductor’s IGBTs market because of their energy savings compared to incandescent lamps. Today’s for Lighting focus for manufacturers is to reduce the costs and miniaturize the circuits associated with these low pressure lamps in order to make them more attractive to the consumer. Although there are many solutions for CFL drive circuits, virtually all the electronic ballasts use the half bridge topology described here. The IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) is designed specifically for CFL applications. AN1577/D D ON Semiconductor’s D2 Series The aim of the D2 series is to drastically simplify the design of electronic ballasts Transistors for Fluorescent for fluorescent tubes. This is possible due to the integration of two extra devices Converters (D2); a freewheeling diode and an anti–saturation network. This application note presents the interest of the D2 structure and how to utilize this new series to solve the critical issues than the designer must deal with. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 73

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1578/D L MECL 10H SPICE Kit for Berkeley Presents SPICE parameters and schematics for a particular set of MC10H MECL SPICE (PSPICE) devices for use with Berkeley SPICE Type simulators (PSPICE). The devices are MC10H101, MC10H102, MC10H103, MC10H104, MC10H105, MC10H116, MC10H131, MC10H188, MC10H189, MC10H210 and MC10H211. AN1582/D L AutoBahnt FRD/INFC Design This application note provides detailed information about board design and interface circuits for the AutoBahn Spanceiver. AN1593/D A Low Cost 1.0 A Current Source for This paper describes two designs of low cost current sources for battery charger Battery Chargers applications based on the LM2575–ADJ switching step–down converter and the MC33341 regulator control circuit. AN1594/D A Critical Conduction Mode, Flyback This application note presents a way of designing an AC–DC flyback converter that Switching Power Supply Using the is operating in the critical conduction current mode, using the MC33364. The first MC33364 section describes the main differences of operation between fixed frequency and critical conduction current mode flyback converters. The second section describes the design of a typical converter, including the design of the transformer. AN1596/D L ECLinPS Lite Translator ELT The objective of this kit is to provide customers with enough schematic and SPICE Family SPICE I/O Model Kit parameter information to perform system level interconnect modeling with the ON Semiconductor ECLinPS Lite Translator ELT family. The ELT devices MC10ELT2xD and MC100ELT2xD are single or dual supply 1 or 2 Bit translators between the TTL and ECL world. Single supply devices translate between TTL and PECL, dual supply devices translate to or from negative supplied ECL. All devices are designed as 100K compatible 100ELT2x or as 10H compatible 10ELT2x. AN1598/D L H124, 125, 350–352 Translator I/O This application note provides the SPICE information necessary to accurately SPICE Modelling Kit model system interconnect situations for designs which utilize the translator circuits of the MECL10KH family. The note includes information on the H124, H125, H350, H351, and H352 translators. AN1601/D D Efficient Safety Circuit for The self oscillate circuit, commonly used in the low cost half bridge converter, is Electronic Ballast prone to thermal runaway when the fluorescent lamp does not strike. As a consequence, either the switches are over sized to sustain such a fault condition, or the circuit includes a safety network to avoid this risk. Although several schematics are usable to perform such a function, the one described in this paper is easy to implement and does not influence the normal operation of the converter. AN1603/D D Providing A Pots Phone in an ISDN This circuit is intended to provide an auxiliary circuit for the connection of a POTS Environment phone (or answering machine, fax, etc.) to a digital communication line (ISDN, e.g.). The first two circuits assume there is a 5.0 V supply, a 12 V supply, and a microprocessor of other controlling circuit, although the circuits can also work from 5.0 V only. A single line, and a dual line system are discussed. AN1606/D D 1TC132 High Voltage Micro to An IGBT power stage that is designed to run 3 phase AC Induction motors with Motor Interface input signals from an ASB124 Motion Control Development Board is presented here. It is intended to facilitate code development for the 68HC908MR24. Power ratings include motors up to 1 Horsepower and DC bus voltages up to 380 volts. AN1607/D D ITC122 Low Voltage Micro to Motor A MOSFET power stage that is designed to run Brush or Brushless DC motors with Interface input signals from an ASB124 Motion Control Development Board is presented here. It will supply up to 4 amps continuous current from DC bus voltages up to 48 volts. AN1608/D X Guidelines for the Speaker in a In the design of a speakerphone, the selection, and mounting, of a speaker plays Line–Powered SP a major role in the resulting quality of sound which the user hears in using the end product. The purpose of this application note is to provide some guidelines in selecting the optimum speaker impedance, drive configuration, and the mounting within the speakerphone enclosure. Among the key items to be discussed here are the choice of speaker impedance, and the drive configuration to the speaker. AN1626/D D Noise Management in Motor Drives During motor drive design and development, a lot of time is normally spent dealing with high noise levels that are present in these systems. A number of techniques are presented here that make the nuts and bolts of noise management easier, and therefore take a lot of redesign and debugging out of motor drive design. Many of these techniques trade some component cost for noise robustness. The benefits are reduced development cost, faster time to market, and a higher likelihood of trouble free operation in the field. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 74

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1628/D D Understanding Power Transistors Contains: Breakdown Parameters 1 Breakdown Mechanisms 2 Basic Power Transistor Geometry 3 Dynamic Breakdown Characteristics 4 Power Device Behavior 5 Parameters Definitions 6 Annexes AN1631/D D Using PSPICE to Analyze This paper will describe an easy method to analyze performance of various power Performance of Power MOSFETs MOSFETs in step down switching regulators using the PSPICE circuit analysis In Step–Down, Switching tool. A comparison will be made between circuit simulation results and the Regulators Employing measured performance described in ON Semiconductor Application Note Synchronous Rectification AN1520/D. The utility of having a model which closely simulates switching performance is that different MOSFETs and diodes can be used in the model and comparisons can be made for proper performance vs. price, size, etc. prior to building breadboards. Actual hardware should always be used to verify performance, but a good simulation model gives the designer a means of trying various combinations of parts quickly to see how well they work in a particular circuit. AN1644/D L ON Semiconductor’s LCX SPICE This application note provides SPICE Modeling information for ON Modeling Kit Semiconductor’s MC74LCX245 and MC74LCX16244 devices. AN1650/D L Using Wire–OR Ties in ECLinPS This application note discusses the use of wire–OR ties in ECLinPS designs. Designs Theoretical descriptions of the problems associated with wire–OR ties are included as well as an evaluation and SPICE simulation results. In addition, general guidelines and recommendations are provided to assist the system designer in successfully using wire–OR ties in ECLinPS designs. AN1661/D D Low Cost Universal Motor Chopper This application note describes the design of low cost chopper motor control drive Drive System system based on the MC68HC705MC4 microcontroller, MGP7N60E IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) and the MSR860 Ultra Fast Soft Diode. AN1662/D D Low Cost Universal Motor Phase This application note describes the design of a low cost phase angle motor control Angle Drive System drive system based on the MC68HC05JJ6/ MC68HC705JJ7 microcontroller and the MAC4DC snubberless triac. The low cost single–phase power board is dedicated for universal brushed motors operating from1000 rpm to 15,000 rpm. The operational mode, which is used in this application, is closed loop and regulated speed. This mode requires a speed sensor on the motor shaft. Such a sensor is usually a tachometer generator. The kind of motor and its drive have a high impact on many home appliance features: like cost, size, noise and efficiency. Electronic control is usually necessary when variable speed or energy savings are required. AN1663/D D Low Cost Universal Motor This application note describes the design of a low cost phase angle motor control Sensorless Phase Angle Drive drive system based on the MC68HC05JJ6/ MC68HC705JJ7 microcontroller and System the MAC4DC snubberless triac. AN1669/D A,D MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS The purpose of this application note is to present a way of designing the MC44603 Application in a fly–back dedicated to a 110 W output power supply in two distinct cases: 110 Vrms mains and 220 Vrms mains. For this range of power, the discontinuous mode must be chosen as it limits the stress on the power switch and the out–put diodes. This kind of working can be guaranteed, thanks to the demagnetization arrangement of the MC44603. This application note considers both high and low mains voltages. In the high voltage a.c. line case, it deals with both MOSFET and BIPOLAR transistor use. In the low mains voltage case, only the MOSFET solution is considered as the inductor peak current is high. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 75

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1672/D L The ECL Translator Guide ECL – TTL – PECL – LVECL – LVPECL – CMOS – LVTTL How To Make Them Talk To Each Other – Are You Designing with Different I/O Levels? This document guides you to the appropriate interface. For interfacing between ECL devices and the TTL / CMOS world discrete interfaces could be used. But the switching points are usually not controlled and may vary with temperature, device variation, or supply voltage. This results in duty cycle variation. To avoid this signal quality uncertainty translating devices with controlled switching levels and specified propagation delays and skews are available. AN1677/D A Get Your Best From Your LDO This article contains details new high performance regulators thus giving you the Designs ability to predict behaviors when dropped into the final circuit. This learning stage is essential when design cycles could be as low as 6 months. AN1678/D A Automotive Relay Replacement The evaluation board is designed to drive automotive bulbs and solenoids. It is Evaluation Board controlled by an HC11 microprocessor that can be programmed via an on board serial interface. The microcontroller delivered with the board is pre–programmed but can be re–programmed from PC with the help of software. The user can select the different loads with the buttons at the bottom of the board AN1679/D A Leakage Elements / Flyback To evaluate the effect of the leakage inductances on the circuit performance in the Converters design phase is a challenging task. Here a simulation program can be quite helpful. This paper reviews the magnetic and electric models of the two–winding and three–winding transformers, discusses how to extract the inductance values of the models by measurements and calculations, and how to feed a SPICE model with. Furthermore, the paper analyses the influence of the primary leakage inductance on the switch voltage waveform, provides guidelines on how to protect the switch from the voltage overshoot, and considers the effect of the secondary leakage inductances on the cross regulation of multiple–output flyback power supplies. AN1680/D A Design Considerations for PWM In the large family of Switch–Mode Power Supply (SMPS) components, the Controllers recently introduced high–voltage monolithic switchers start to play an important role. First of all because they provide an easy mean to instantaneously build an efficient off–line supply but also because their internal structure offers everything a designer needs: internal clock, pulse–by–pulse limitation, Leading Edge Blanking (LEB) etc. However, the internal MOSFET exhibits a low–energy capability body–diode which no longer protects the device against accidental avalanche. This element thus needs an adequate protection network against the electromagnetic leakage energy. This paper details what network is best adapted to the protection of these devices and how to predict its efficiency in the application. AN1681/D A Flyback Switch Mode Supply Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS) can operate in two different conduction modes, each one depicting the level of the current circulating in the power choke when the power switch is turned on. As will be shown, the properties of two black boxes delivering the same power levels but working in different conduction modes, will change dramatically in DC and AC conditions. The stress upon the power elements they are made of will also be affected. This article explains why the vast majority of low–power FLYBACK SMPS (off–line cellular battery chargers, VCR’s etc.) operate in the discontinuous area and present a new integrated solution especially dedicated to these particular converters. AN1682/D A MC33157 Controller The purpose of the MC33157 is to implement all the basic functions needed to operate an electronic ballast. This integrated circuit comes in a 16 pin SOIC package and can run 10A/500 V power MOSFET operated up to 250 kHz. A simplified internal circuit, depicted in Figure 2.1, together with the data sheet, are useful to understand the MC33157. Since this Application Note is focused on the electronic ballast controller, the reader will get the technical information related to the Power Factor circuit in the ON Semiconductor Analog Data Book, DL128/D (see MC33262 data sheet). * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 76

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AN1683/D A SPICE Model for Hi–Volt Switchers The recent introduction of high–voltage integrated circuits (HVICs) has drastically simplified the implementation of rugged and reliable Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS). However, behind the apparent simplicity of the final design, SMPS complexity is still there: a) the feedback information circulates as a current flow and no longer as a voltage level b) the feedback chains usually combines numerous feedback paths, sometimes up to three. To help the designer quickly assess the choices he made and, above all secure them, a SPLICE simulator is an invaluable tool. This paper describes the development of an AC and transient model for the new ON Semiconductor MC33370 offline switchers series. The tricks given along the article will facilitate the model handling and let you immediately put it to work. AN1686/D A Intelligent LDO Regulator Glitch–Free Supply Transition from the 5V primary supply to the auxiliary 3.3V supply can be easily implemented for PCI/NIC and other motherboard slot cards via the MC33565 Intelligent LDO regulator. This linear regulator contains detection and logic circuitry to determine which supply is active and take appropriate action to maintain a steady 3.3V output, even as the supply planes change from “working” state to “system sleep” state. AN1689/D A Solutions for Low Power in SMPS The quest for low standby power represents one of the most challenging task for Switch–Mode Power Supply (SMPS) designers. This sentence becomes pregnant when you tackle very low output loads: the efficiency degrades to poor values and you barely reach 45% for outputs as low as 300 mW. Thanks to the appropriate technology, the below circuit helps you easily reach 34.8 mW when the load is disconnected (Vin=85 VAC). The consumption increases up to 44mW at high line (260 VAC). The efficiency also exhibits a good value at low loads: 67.45% @ Pout=88 mW and Vin=120 VAC. AN1692/D A SPICE Model Eases Feedback Within the wide family of Switch Mode Power Supplies (SMPS), the Flyback Loop Designs converters represent the preferred structure for use in small and medium power application (50–100 W) such as wall adapters, off–line battery chargers, fax machines etc. Thanks to the recent introduction of ON Semiconductor Very High Voltage Integrated Circuits (VHVICs), the design phase of a Flyback converter has almost turned into child’s play: a bunch of passive components around the MC33370 and you are all set! However, the impact of the environment upon the system can be much longer to iterate in order to cover the numerous situations the converter will encounter in its future life: ESRs variations due to temperature cycles, aging of the capacitors, various types of load, load and line transients, effect of the filter stage etc. AN1695/D A Handling EMI in Switch Mode PWR When designing switch mode power supplies (SMPS), undesirable noise and Supply Design Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) are always present. Their effects are even more severe as the switching frequency increases, especially in applications requiring the use of small size transformer and capacitors. This application note describes the nature and sources of EMI noise, and the design techniques used to reduce their shortcomings. All the examples of the circuitry used are referred to flyback topology however, they are also applicable to any other common SMPS topology. AN4001/D A MC44603 in a 110W Output SMPS The purpose of this application note is to present a way of designing the MC44603 Application in a fly–back dedicated to a 110W output power supply in two distinct cases: 110Vrms mains and 220Vrms mains. AND8001/D L Odd Number Divide By Counters This application inquiries handled by the Product Applications gives opportunities With 50% Outputs and to solve customer needs with new ideas and learn of ways the customer has used Synchronous Clocks our devices in new applications. A couple of these calls lead to techniques of designing odd number counters with synchronous clocks and 50% outputs. AND8002/D L ECLinPS Lite™ and ECLinPS Summary of ECLinPS Lite and ECLinPS Plus device labeling guidelines. Plus™ Device Type and Date Code Guide AND8003/D X Storage and Handling of Provides customers with the necessary storage and handling guidelines to Drypacked Surface Mounted preclude component package cracking during solder reflow procedures. Devices (SMD) * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 77

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AND8004/D L ON Semiconductor Logic Date This is a summary of ON Semiconductor Logic Device, Date Code, and Code and Traceability Marking Traceability Marking. We want to provide our customers with easy access to this information on the web. This applications note summarizes and explains the Date Code and Traceability Marking for Logic packages. This is not intended to replace the proper documentation. To properly decode the Logic marking you need 12MRH00191A ON Semiconductor marking spec, and S.O.P. 7–19 ID of Products to Location of Test/Assy/Wafer Fab. Also, you need to know the abbreviations used for Logic products (see the appropriate Logic data sheet for the specific device naming/ordering information). AND8005/D D Automatic AC Line Voltage In some cases, appliances and equipment are able to operate when supplied by Selector two different levels of AC line voltage to their main terminals (120V or 240V). This is why, it is very common that appliances and equipment have mechanical selectors or switches as an option for selecting the level of voltage needed. Nevertheless, it is also very common that these types of equipment can suffer extensive damage caused for not putting the selector in the right position. To prevent these kinds of problems, thyristors can be used as a solution for making automatic voltage selectors in order to avoid possibilities of equipment damage due to over or low voltages AC line supplied to them. AND8006/D D Electronic Starter for Fluorescent In the large family of electronic switches, the thyristor must be considered as a low Lamps cost and powerful device for lighting applications. Thyristors can take many forms, but they have certain features in common. All of them are solid state switches that act as open circuits capable of withstanding the rated voltage until triggered. When they are triggered, thyristors become low impedance current paths and remain in that condition (i.e. conduction) until the current either stops or drops below a minimum value called the holding level. Once a thyristor has been triggered, the trigger current can be removed without turning off the device. AND8007/D D Momentary Solid State Switch for In the large family of electronic switches, the thyristor must be considered as a low Split Phase Motors cost and powerful device for motor applications. Thyristors can take many forms, but they have certain features in common. All of them are solid state switches that act as open circuits capable of withstanding the rated voltage until triggered. When they are triggered, thyristors become low impedance current paths and remain in that condition (i.e. conduction) until the current either stops or drops below a minimum value called the holding level. Once a thyristor has been triggered, the trigger current can be removed without turning off the device. AND8008/D D Solid State Control Solutions for In all kinds of manufacturing, it is very common to have equipment that has three Three Phase 1 HP Motor phase motors for doing different work functions on the production lines. Therefore, it is necessary to have the equipment for controlling the start and stop of the motors and in some cases for reversing them. One of the most common solutions for performing this control function is by using three phase magnetic starters. Thyristor must be considered as a low cost and powerful device for motor control applications. Thyristors can take many forms, but they have certain features in common. All of them are solid state switches that act as open circuits capable of withstanding the rated voltage until triggered. When they are triggered, thyristors become low impedance current paths and remain in that condition (i.e. conduction) until the current either stops or drops below a minimum value called the holding level. Once a thyristor has been triggered, the trigger current can be removed without turning off the device. AND8009/D L ECLinPS Plust SPICE Modeling The objective of this kit is to provide customers with enough circuit schematic and Kit SPICE parameter information to allow them to perform system level interconnect modeling for the current devices of the ECLinPS Plus logic line, ON Semiconductor’s highest performance ECL family. With packaged gate delays of 160ps and output edge rates as low as 130ps this family defines the state–of–the–art in ECL logic. The ECLinPS Plus line is the newest addition to ON Semiconductor’s highest performance ECL/PECL family of products. The kit is not intended to provide information necessary to perform circuit level modeling on ECLinPS Plus devices. AND8010/D L ECLinPS Litet MC100LVELT22 The objective of this kit is to provide schematic and SPICE parameter information SPICE Model Kit for performing system level interconnect modeling with the Low Voltage ECLinPS Lite Translator TTL to PECL “LVELT22” device. The LVELT22 device is a dual 1 Bit translator from LVTTL/LVCMOS levels to PECL levels. This kit contains model netlists and transistor parameter descriptions for the Input and Output buffers, package models, and ESD protection networks for Input and Output circuits used by the LVELT22 device. These may be interconnected as subcircuits to simulate buffer signals. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 78

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AND8011/D D High Resolution Digital Dimmer Phase Control with Thyristors – An effective and widely used method of controlling the average power to a load through a triac is by phase control. Phase control is a method of utilizing the triac to apply the ac supply to the load for a controlled fraction of each cycle. In this mode of operation, the triac is held in an off or open condition at a time in the half cycle determined by the control circuitry. In the on condition, the circuit current is limited only by the load i.e., the entire line voltage (less the forward drop of the triac) is applied to the load. AND8012/D D Solid State Overvoltage Protector It is very necessary and important that appliances and similar kinds of equipment for AC Line have reliable protection against transient voltage conditions because it is very common that these types of equipment can suffer significant damage caused when a transient voltage appears in the ac voltage line. Transients arise internally from normal circuit operation or externally from the environment. The latter is particularly frustrating because the transient characteristics are undefined. A statistical description can apply though. Greater or smaller stresses are possible. Long duration high voltage transients are much less probable than those of lower amplitude and higher frequency. AND8013/D A Application Hints on ON This paper explains the operation of PFM boost regulator inside MC34280 by Semiconductor’s MC34280 mathematical derivation. Equations derived will be helpful for user to select circuit components and predict the performance of MC34280. Additionally, collection of application hints were included, potential problems when using the device can be remedied easily with the recommended methods. AND8014/D L EPT SPICE Modeling Kit The objective of this kit is to provide customers with enough schematic and SPICE parameter information to perform system level interconnect modeling with the ON Semiconductor ECLinPS Plust Translator EPT family. The EPT devices MC100EPT2xD are single or dual supply 1 or 2 Bit translators between the TTL and ECL/PECL worlds. Single supply devices translate between TTL and PECL, dual supply devices translate to or from negative supplied ECL. All devices are designed as 100K compatible 100EPT2x. The kit contains representative schematics and model files for the I/O circuits used by the EPT20 and EPT22 devices. The package model should be placed on all external inputs, outputs and supply pins. AND8015/D D Long Life Incandescent Lamps Nowadays we are more environmentally conscious and more demanding on Using SIDACs energy cost saving products, along with their durability. We present here an application concept which involves this simple incandescent lamp bulb in conjunction with the Bilateral Trigger semiconductor device called SIDAC, offering an alternative way to save money in energy consumption and also giving a longer life time to the lamp bulbs. The SIDAC is a high voltage bilateral trigger device that extends the trigger capabilities to significantly higher voltages and currents than have been previously obtainable, thus permitting new, cost effective applications. AND8016/D A Design of Power Factor Correction The MC33260 is an active power factor controller that functions as a boost Circuit Using Greenlinet Compact pre–converter which, meeting international standard requirement in electronic Power Factor Controller MC33260 ballast and off–line power supply application. MC33260 is designed to drive a free running frequency discontinuous mode, it can also be synchronized and in any case, it features very effective protections that ensure a safe and reliable operation. AND8017/D D Solid State Control for Some split phase motors are able to operate in forward and reverse directions Bi–Directional Motors since they have two windings for these purposes. Depending on which winding is energized, the motor operates in that direction. These motors are especially used in applications for washing machines, transport belts, and all kinds of equipment in which the operation in both directions is needed. One of the most traditional ways to control these kinds of motors is through mechanical relays. Nevertheless, they have a lot of disadvantages which make them ineffective. This paper is going to show how triacs can substitute the function of the mechanical relays for controlling bi–directional motors offering a higher level of quality and reliability for control purposes. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 79

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AND8018/D L Unique and Novel Uses for ON One–Gate logic devices have been in use for several years, and are nothing more Semiconductor’s New One–Gate than single–gate derivatives of their multi–gate cousins. Initial offerings were Family pioneered in Japan, to help solve particular problems the design community had encountered. Earlier, traditional ICs were packaged in 14 and 16 pin Dual–in–line Packages (DIPs), and the goal of the IC manufacturer was to get as much functionality as possible into a single–package device. Double, triple, quadruple, and quintuple versions of simple logic functions became the norm. The enormously successful 7400–TTL/LS logic family of standard bipolar logic IC’s became the industry standard for nearly 20 years. Ceramic, and later plastic, dip packages became a staple item for logic designers. New, Small–Outline–Integrated–Circuit (SOIC) packages began to replace DIPs as packaging technologies evolved. AND8020/D L An Introduction to VCX Logic ON Semiconductor is introducing a .35 micron family of logic, called VCX. This family achieves a maximum propagation delay of < 3ns and can operate between 3.3 and 1.8 Volts. The family is compatible with mixed voltages, since the I/Os are tolerant to any voltage within its specification, regardless of operating voltage. Not only does VCX offer high speed, it also offers balanced drive, and is able to source or sink 24 mA. AND8022/D D TSPD (Thyristor Surge Protective The current Telecom infrastructure in special the two wire systems are exposed Devices) to the outside environment and are susceptible to any electromagnetic disturbance caused by lightning strikes during a thunderstorm or by Power Induced due to High Voltage power lines. These situation generates in the Telecom wire system very fast Transients of Voltage of Several hundreds or Volts that can harm people if they are using an unprotected telephone handset during these situations, and destroying the telecom equipment connected to the telephone line. ANE402/D A 130W Ringing Choke Power This application note describes the multiple output SWITCHMODE power supply Supply Using TDA4601 delivering a total output power of 130 Watts. ANE424/D A 50W Current Mode Controlled The design of a medium power Offline Switch Mode Power Supply based on the Offline Switch Mode Fly–back architecture has been widely developed for the voltage controlled PWM technique. This application note describes a way to improve the dynamic characteristics of this power supply using a technique called “Current Controlled PWM”. A dedicated bipolar integrated circuit, UC 3842A, has been used to achieve the current control, regulation and safety features. AR109/D D Power Transistor Safe Operating Motor drives present a unique set of safe operating area conditions to power output Area – Special Considerations for transistors. Starting with the basics of forward and reverse safe operating area, Motor Drives considerations unique to motor drives are discussed. AR119/D D Dynamic Saturation Voltage – A Dynamic saturation voltage is an often overlooked power transistor parameter. Designer’s Comparison Despite first order effect on switching efficiency, it is seldom discussed. Both semiconductor manufacturers and equipment designers generally avoid specifying saturation because it is relatively difficult to measure. AR120/D D Speeding Up the Very High Voltage For an increasing number of power conversion systems, it is either necessary or Transistor desirable to select output transistors with collector–base breakdown voltages above 1,000 volts. Popular off–line power supply topologies, for example, benefit considerably from voltage ratings higher than the 650–850 volt industry standards. AR131/D D Baker Clamps – Traditional Baker clamps are a well known technique for improving the dynamic performance Concepts Updated for Third of bipolar power transistors. They are also relatively popular. Yet, there are many Generation Power Transistors subtle factors affecting performance that are not widely appreciated. As components improve, these subtle factor become more of an issue. AR133/D D Multichip Power MOSFETs Beat Two devices bring the advantages of MOSFETs – higher speed and lower losses Bipolars at High–Current Switching – to applications that call for handling currents of up to 200 A. AR145/D D DPAK: The Power Package for Devices with ratings up to 500 volts or 14 amps can be efficiently integrated into Surface Mount Applications surface–mount assemblies using this new discrete power semiconductor package. AR160/D D Lossless Current Sensing with New power MOSFETs allow “lossless” current sensing in fractional horsepower SENSEFETs Enhances Motor motor drives. Once available only to IC designers, this technique brings significant Drive benefits to servo system designs. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 80

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AR175/D D A Power FET SPICE Model From Improved CAE models can be used as an initial analysis that will give circuit Data Sheet Specs designers an idea of circuit performance and enhance breadboard evaluations. AR177/D D Proper Testing Can Maximize MOSFETs are a viable option when it comes to satisfying the needs of today’s Performance in Power MOSFETs power electronics systems. Some problems do occur in certain applications, however, and you must address these problems by realistically testing the transistor to ensure successful system performance. AR180/D D Electronic Ballasts Voltage fed and current fed resonant inverter circuits for fluorescent lamp ballasts are discussed and a design example is presented. AR181/D D Bipolar Transistors Excel in Resonant converters place high voltage stresses on the switching devices and are Off–Line Resonant Converters a natural application for the new generation of high–speed bipolar power transistors. AR183/D L Motorola* Grabs Lead in ECL Chip density keeps steadily moving higher in most product families, and nowhere Density Using MOSAIC III has the job been more difficult than in bipolar emitter–coupled logic. *Now ON Semiconductor AR194/D D Drive Techniques for High Side Although upper half–bridge N–channels are inevitably more difficult to drive than N–Channel MOSFETs their P–channel complements, a variety of relatively simple straightforward circuits are described that can do the job. AR195/D L Advanced ECL Family Boosts With the arrival of the next generation of standard ECL circuits, propagation delays Performance Threefold fall to 350 ps, and system speeds rise to 800 MHz. AR196/D D Understanding the Power The traditional method of specifying input impedance of the power MOSFET is not MOSFETs Input Characteristics incorrect, but it is incomplete and often leads to confusion when it is used as a design tool. An alternate method of specifying capacitance is presented. AR197/D D Packaging Trends in Discrete As the 1990’s approach, miniaturization in electronics is the name of the game. Surface Mount Components Several years ago, electronics manufacturers began mounting miniaturized components directly on the surface of printed circuit boards – and automated technique that evolved from thick film hybrids. AR300/D D The Hidden Dangers of You could be zapping your CMOS ICs without knowing it. With a bit of insight, and Electrostatic Discharge – ESD a lot of care, you can break the habit. AR301/D D Solid–State Devices Ease Task of The solid–state devices available today – linear driver ICs, sense–cell MOSFETs, Designing Brushless DC Motors and fourth–generation power MOSFETs – make motor–drive control circuitry less complex, more efficient, and more compact. With such devices, brushless dc motor drives appear more attractive as a systems solution. AR302/D D Thermal Management of Surface A metal–clad printed wiring board material is described that offers efficient thermal Mount Power Devices management of surface mount devices. AR305/D D Building Push–Pull Multioctave, Twin FET packages are the heart of a unique, push–pull 300 W power amplifier. VHF Power Amplifiers With a 50 V power supply, this broadband amplifier is easy to implement, and has excellent impedance–matching characteristics and low DC current levels. AR314/D A A 60–Watt PEP Linear Amplifier A 60 W P.E.P. linear amplifier with a gain of 40 dB and frequency range of 2–30 MHz employing RF Power FETs is described. AR319/D D DPAK: A Surface Mount Package The revolution in packaging electronic devices is continuing to grow. Hybrid circuit for Discrete Power Devices board real estate is being reduced as everything continues to shrink. Several years ago, electronic manufacturers began to mount miniature components directly to the surface of hybrid circuits. These surface mounted components are helping to meet the industries’ insatiable demand for smaller, more reliable, and less expensive hybrids. AR321/D A Current Sensing Simplifies Motor PWM ICs and current–sensing MOSFETs combine for more efficient, lower–cost Control Design designs. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 81

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AR326/D D High–Voltage MOSFETs Simplify Using 1000–volt MOSFETs increases conduction losses and silicon costs, but Flyback Design simplifies the design and reduces component counts to the point where MOSFETs are a cost–effective alternative to bipolar–based and multi–transistor bridge designs. AR328/D D Application–Specific Transistors Bipolar power transistors are traditionally developed as general–purpose devices, and, as a result, provide less than optimum performance in any given application. But, their design can be tailored to optimize performance in a specific application. AR335/D D Ultra–Fast Rectifiers and Inductive Quite a bit has been written about the effects of avalanche current power on power Loads MOSFETs, but very little attention has been paid to output rectifiers. They get hit by the same reverse voltage spikes and if they’re not rugged enough, they won’t survive. AR338/D X Metal–Backed Boards Improve Metal–backed boards produce cooler operating temperatures for power Thermal Performance of Power semiconductors than conventional epoxy–glass boards. Their thermal properties Semis are particularly useful for surface mount components that require small board real estate. AR340/D D The Low Forward Voltage Schottky The major portion of power losses in switching power supplies is in the output rectification circuits. Schottky rectifier technology appears to hold the most potential in efforts to develop more efficient rectifiers. AR341/D D Power MOSFET, 1HP Brushless Design of a 1HP off–line brushless DC motor drive accounts for switching time, DC Motor Drive Withstands PWM loss, effects of diode reverse recovery and MOSFET parasitics, and board Commutation Stresses layout. AR345/D D Switched for High–Definition High–definition television (HDTV) will provide viewers with an “enhanced viewing Displays experience.” All proposed systems would deliver this experience through greater resolution and a wider aspect ratio, which can be achieved on CRT systems only by increasing the scan frequency. Doing this will require semiconductors for horizontal deflection circuits that offer greater performance than those now available. AR348/D X Higher Power Levels in Surface Surface mount technology (SMT) has come a long way since its beginnings in Mount Designs more than 20 years ago. Surface mount designs originally started out as low power applications using small signal semiconductors such as the SOT–23 transistors and leadless MELF diodes. When the DPAK package was introduced in 1985, changes began to occur in the surface mount arena. AR450/D D Characterizing Overvoltage The use of overvoltage transient suppressors for protecting electronic equipment Transient Suppressors is prudent and economically justified. For relatively low cost, expensive circuits can be safely protected by one or even several of the transient suppressors on the market today. Dictated by the type and energy of the transient, these suppressors can take on several forms. AR514/D A Build Ultra–Low Dropout Regulator Switching–regulator post regulators, battery powered apparatuses, and other applications require low–dropout linear regulators. Frequently, battery life is significantly affected by the regulator’s dropout performance. This simple circuit offers a lower dropout voltage than any available monolithic regulator. AR519/D L Low–Skew Clock Drivers: Which Gate, divider, phase–lock loop, and programmable delay types are available. Each Type Is Best? must be evaluated against the specific design requirements to determine which is most suitable. AR523/D D An Overview of Surface Mount Compared with conventional through–hole packaging, surface mount technology Technology (SMT) for Power (SMT) offers the ability to reduce size and cost of electronic systems. Originally Supply Applications lagging behind in the use of SMT, power–oriented devices are now beginning to emerge that allow the production of power supplies that employ SMT. This paper looks at the present state–of–the–art in both active and passive devices that are compatible with SMT packaging. AR563/D L Active SCSI Terminators Confront Active SCSI terminators have a reputation for not being able to handle heat Critics and Gain Acceptance dissipation adequately. However, waveform measurements and calculations are proving otherwise. AR607/D Modular DC–DC Converter Sends It’s been a while since the last generation of so–called “brick” dc–dc converters Power Density Soaring came onto the scene. At that time, the supplies’ 200 W of output power in the 4.6–by–2.4–by–0.5–in. package that has since become the industry standard seemed to be plenty. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 82

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract AR609/D D Trouble Shooting Halogen Halogen Electronic Transformers are basic electronic step–down converters used Electronic Transformers to supply 12 V to low voltage halogen lamps. Based on a high frequency conversion they are less bulky than 50/60Hz transformers. In order to achieve a low cost, electronic transformers are designed using bipolar transistors instead of MOSFETs. AR617/D D Next Generation Power MOSFETs Extremely low on–resistance, Rds(on), high density discrete power MOSFETs rely Slash On–Resistance, Mfg Cost on use of conventional CMOS processes to improve performance and simplify manufacturing. A new generation of discrete power MOSFETs is based on the low cost and easily manufacturable planar Vertical DMOS technology. AR618/D D Three Large Markets Drive for Low To serve automotive, mobile–computing and disk–drive markets, Motorola (now Power ON Semiconductor) as well as many other MOSFET manufacturers have spent significant resources driving design and cost efficiencies of low–voltage power MOSFETs below 100 V drain–source breakdown voltage. ARE402/D D The Electronic Control of The use of fluorescent tubes, improperly named “neon tubes”, is wide–spread in Fluorescent Tubes the consumer and industrial market. The main interest in this kind of lighting is its higher output compared with a standard incandescent bulb. The following technical paper is dedicated to the analysis of the standard ballast, the electronic approach, their constraints and solutions, carried out by ON Semiconductor form a semiconductor point of view. EB20/D A Multiplier/OP Amp Circuit Detects , Mathematically the RMS value of a function is obtained by squaring the function, True RMS averaging it over a time period and then taking the square root. In a practical sense the same technique can also be used to find the RMS value of a waveform, eliminating the thermal–response time that is prevalent in most RMS measuring circuits. EB27A/D D Get 300 Watts PEP Linear Across This bulletin supplies sufficient information to build a push–pull linear amplifier for 2 To 30 MHz From This Push–Pull 300 watts of PEP or CW output power across the 2– to 30–MHz band. One of ON Amplifier Semiconductor’s new high–power transistors developed for single–sideband, MRF422, is used in this application. EB30/D D Sensitive Gate SCRs – Don’t In applications of sensitive gate SCRs, the gate–cathode resistor is an important Forget the Gate–Cathode Resistor factor. Its value affects, to varying degrees, parameters such as IGT, VDRM, dV/dt, IH, leakage current and noise immunity. This bulletin discusses these relationships and gives typical data on the performance of devices in the 2N6236 (4A) family; similar relationships can be expected for the 2N5060 (800mA) family. EB47/D L Event Counter and Storage The introduction of the MECL III state–of–the–art decade Latches for High–Frequency, counter–MC1696–makes it possible to achieve direct counting at 1.2 GHz. This High–Resolution Counters engineering bulletin describes an event counter/storage latch circuit design for use in counters of high frequency and resolution, which is based on the MC1696, 1.2–GHz, BCD output counter. The design, in combination with the time base and control block described in reference 1, and 9–1/2–digit display block described in reference 2 and a suitable front end, make it possible to implement a frequency counter that counts directly at 1.2 GHz. EB79/D D Pulsed fT, A Technique for Standard DC biasing techniques used in measuring fT for small–signal transistors Accurately Measuring the Gain have been used for many years with a good degree of accuracy, repeatability and Bandwidth Product of Power correlation. However, when trying to use the relatively high DC power sometimes Transistors required for power transistor rT measurements, errors often can result. These errors are due to the change in fT with the increased transistor junction temperature, TJ, that results from the higher input bias power. The change in carrier mobility and recombination that occur at higher temperature effectively reduces hfr (the common–emitter small–signal short circuit current transfer ratio) and thus rT is accordingly reduced. To minimize this heating effect requires that the device under test (DUT) be either mounted on an efficient heat sink (ideally, an infinite sink–a situation difficult to obtain), or tested using pulse techniques. EB85A/D D Full–Bridge Switching Power A useful selection chart presenting preferred Bipolar, Power MOSFET, Rectifier Supplies and Control devices for various areas of typical 500–1000W full–bridge witching power supplies. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 83

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract EB108/D A Relative efficiencies of ON The prime requisite of a power switch, semiconductor or otherwise, is to transfer Semiconductor Power the maximum power to the load and therefore contribute little system loss of Semiconductors in a PWM Motor dissipation. Additionally, the total system loss from an efficiency point of view Controller should also include the input drive power, both forward for turning the device on and reverse for turning it off. How the relative efficiencies of the various power semiconductor switches compare will be demonstrated in a Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) application. EB121/D D SCR Improves DC Motor SCRs are commonly associated with ac applications because of their drive Controller Efficiency simplicity and inherent self turnoff when the anode current drops below the holding current. However, with proper commutating techniques, they can be as readily used in dc applications. There are several ways of commutating the SCRs off in these circuits: a) Using a series switch to open the anode circuit; b) Using a switchable commutating capacitor which reverse biases the SCR anode–cathode, or; c) Using a clamp or shunt switch across the anode–cathode, thus diverting the anode (load) current. EB123/D A A Simple Brush Type DC Motor A simple and cost–effective way to drive brush type DC motors is to use power Controller MOSFETs with a Brushless DC Motor Control IC. The low–cost MC33033 controller and integrated 8A/100V MPM3002 H–bridge combine to give a minimum parts count brush motor drive. EB124/D D MOSFETs Compete with Bipolars Power MOSFETs with 400V to 500V breakdown ratings are widely used in in Flyback Power Supplies multiple–transistor off–line power supplies. Now they can be used in flyback supplies as well, as breakdown voltages are extended to 1000V. A discussion of the advantages and disadvantages, illustrated with typical 100W MOSFET and Bipolar designs. EB125/D D Testing Power MOSFET Gate Most power MOSFET manufacturers now specify Gate Charge, as well as Input Charge Capacitance, as an indication of the drive current required to turn on the device Ü the data can be useful in predicting switching speeds and drive losses. Commercially available gate charge test equipment is not yet widely used, and this simple tester for both N and P–channel devices is a practical alternative for smaller users. EB126/D D Ultra–Rapid Nickel–Cadmium Charging NiCad batteries is a particular problem when their voltage exceeds the Battery Charger voltage of the available charging source. The ultra–fast charger presented here is capable of charging 8 to 12 1.5 volt batteries at 1.2 to 1.8Ah in 30 to 45 minutes from a 10 to 14 volt source – a feat made possible by the use of new sintered electrode technology by battery manufacturers. Includes PC artwork and layout. EB128/D D Simple, Low–Cost Motor Controller This low–cost DC motor controller uses the cost–effective MPM3002 SENSEFET–based H–Bridge, plus the MC34060 PWM IC. It is capable of driving a 1/3 HP, permanent magnet 90V DC motor, and includes dynamic braking and soft–start. EB131/D D Curve Tracer Measurement Most curve tracers are designed to measure the parameters of bipolar transistors, Techniques for Power MOSFETs but because of similarities in their characteristics, the same techniques can also be used to measure the parameters of power MOSFETs. This bulletin explains how, with particular reference to the Tektronix 370A Curve Tracer. EB141/D D Boost MOSFETs Drive Current in MOSFETs are usually easy to drive because they are voltage controlled, but a Solid State AC Relay problem arises when a power MOSFET is used as a high–side switch ‹ in applications such as AC or DC relays or H–bridge motor control circuits – because it is difficult to reference the gate drive circuit and supply to the MOSFET’s Source. A clean and inexpensive solution is to use the voltage available at the Drain to drive the Gate. EB201/D D High Cell Density MOSFETs A few years ago an affordable 60V, 10m power transistor was only a dream (10m is the resistance of about 20cm of #22 gauge wire). Today a sub–10m power MOSFET is available housed in a standard TO–220 package. In addition, ON Semiconductor’s high cell density technology, HDTMOSt, brings other advantages such as greatly improved body diode performance. The technological advances are sufficiently great that they are fundamentally changing low voltage power transistor technology. This bulletin discusses high cell density technology and its benefits for the end user. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 84

Document Abstracts Doc Number T* Title Abstract EB205/D D ON Semiconductor GaAs Efficient power conversion circuitry requires rectifies that exhibit low forward Rectifiers Offer High Efficiency in a voltage drop, low reverse recovery current, and fast recovery time. Silicon has 1 MHz, 400 to 48 Volt DC–DC been the material of choice for fast, efficient rectification in switched power Converter applications. However, technology is nearing the theoretical limit for optimizing reverse recovery in silicon devices. A new material is required to increase switching speed. EB206/D A Solving Noise Problems in High The MPIC2113 (high & low side driver) Control IC is one of a family of ON Power, High Frequency Control IC Semiconductor devices which provides a convenient and cost effective gate drive Driven Power Stages solution. The electrical design using the MPIC2113 is simple as it accepts ground–referenced logic level input signals and drives high & low side MOSFET or IGBT power transistors with an offset voltage of up to 500 V. All that is required is one MPIC2113 and a few external components. EB207/D D High Current Buffer for Control IC’s Modules and other paralleled MOS–gated power transistors can present difficulties to gate drive circuits. ON Semiconductor’s family on Control IC drivers can provide large peak output currents acceptable for most applications. However, when driving the extremely large loads of many paralleled devices, excess power dissipation in the MOS–gate drive section of the Control IC may become an issue when switching above the few tens of kilohertz range. The subject of this Engineering Bulletin is a current–buffer to alleviate this problem. EB208/D A Design Check List for MPIC21XX Specific design checklist to be used when designing with ON Semiconductor’s Control IC’s MPIC21xx Control Integrated Circuits. EB407/D D Basic Halogen Converter Low voltage halogen lamps are becoming increasingly popular due to their higher quality light and increased efficiency compared to incandescent lamps. Since all modern 220/12V transformers are based on an electronic step–down converter, ON Semiconductor has developed a new series of bipolar power devices that can handle the full range of power values requested for these applications. This bulletin discusses the basic converter circuit and the most common design trade–offs. Includes a short–circuit detection network. EB415/D L Extend SPI Addressing with the This logic reduces the number of parallel port lines required for generating SPI chip MC74HC595 selects by putting them on the slave end of the SPI bus. In this way, chip select signals can be generated remotely from the SPI master. The main advantage of this technique is that we now have a true 5–wire bus, capable of supporting an almost unlimited number of remote slave devices. * Technology A = Analog D = Discrete L = Logic X = Mixed http://onsemi.com 85

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INDEX Document Number Page Document Number Page Document Number Page AN004E/D 61 AN1537/D 71 AN1692/D 76 AN1006/D 65 AN1540/D 71 AN1695/D 76 AN1016/D 66 AN1541/D 71 AN211A/D 61 AN1019/D 66 AN1542/D 71 AN220/D 61 AN1020/D 66 AN1543/D 71 AN222A/D 61 AN1040/D 66 AN1544/D 71 AN270/D 61 AN1042/D 66 AN1546/D 71 AN294/D 61 AN1043/D 66 AN1547/D 72 AN4001/D 76 AN1045/D 66 AN1548/D 72 AN462/D 61 AN1046/D 66 AN1558/D 72 AN479/D 61 AN1048/D 66 AN1560/D 72 AN485/D 61 AN1049/D 67 AN1568/D 72 AN489/D 61 AN1076/D 67 AN1570/D 72 AN556/D 61 AN1077/D 67 AN1574/D 72 AN559/D 62 AN1078/D 67 AN1575/D 72 AN569/D 62 AN1080/D 67 AN1576/D 72 AN581/D 62 AN1083/D 67 AN1577/D 72 AN587/D 62 AN1090/D 67 AN1578/D 73 AN701/D 62 AN1091/D 67 AN1582/D 73 AN703/D 62 AN1092/D 67 AN1593/D 73 AN708A/D 62 AN1101/D 67 AN1594/D 73 AN713/D 62 AN1102/D 68 AN1596/D 73 AN717/D 62 AN1108/D 68 AN1598/D 73 AN719/D 62 AN1122/D 68 AN1601/D 73 AN720/D 62 AN1207/D 68 AN1603/D 73 AN726/D 62 .AN1253/D 68 AN1606/D 73 AN738/D 63 AN1277/D 68 AN1607/D 73 AN753/D 63 AN1308/D 68 AN1608/D 73 AN759/D 63 AN1314/D 69 AN1626/D 73 AN781A/D 63 AN1317/D 69 AN1628/D 74 AN784/D 63 AN1319/D 69 AN1631/D 74 AN829/D 63 AN1320/D 69 AN1644/D 74 AN843/D 63 AN1321/D 69 AN1650/D 74 AN849/D 63 AN1327/D 69 AN1661/D 74 AN860/D 63 AN1400/D 69 AN1662/D 74 AN861/D 63 AN1401/D 69 AN1663/D 74 AN873/D 63 AN1402/D 70 AN1669/D 74 AN875/D 63 AN1403/D 70 AN1672/D 75 AN876/D 64 AN1404/D 70 AN1677/D 75 AN913/D 64 AN1405/D 70 AN1678/D 75 AN915/D 64 AN1406/D 70 AN1679/D 75 AN917/D 64 AN1410/D 70 AN1680/D 75 AN918/D 64 AN1503/D 70 AN1681/D 75 AN920/D 64 AN1504/D 70 AN1682/D 75 AN921/D 64 AN1510/D 70 AN1683/D 76 AN924/D 64 AN1520/D 70 AN1686/D 76 AN929/D 64 AN1524/D 71 AN1689/D 76 AN930/D 64 http://onsemi.com 88

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