This is actually pretty good advice, particularly if you use the manufacturer's reference design(s) and component choices. At least you will be able to say that your design will not be your first and you will gain valuable experience by doing the layout, and troubleshooting the first dozen prototypes.Are you a beginner? if so, start with something really simple, like simple switcher which is easy to set up. Look for internal "mosfet" section from TI, Maxim, Analog etc.
Is that a generic expression?Are you a beginner? if so, start with something really simple, like simple switcher which is easy to set up. Look for internal "mosfet" section from TI, Maxim, Analog etc.
Excellent question. It is a sort of a "trade name" for a line of parts that are particularly easy to apply to get specific results. For example there may be a part with a "cookie-cutter" design to give 3.3V @ 200 mA from 7V-12V input. The datasheet will even give part numbers and supplier information for the complete bill of materials. They may even have a board layout that you can copy.Is that a generic expression?
How is defined a simple switcher? Sorry but I know basically nothing of all this.
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