Hein (fub) wrote,

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Maxim's Analog design guide

Ever since I sampled two voltage boosters from Maxim, they occasionally send me their 'Analog Design Guide'. The odd thing is that most chips showcased in these guides are actually digital, but I guess no-one cares overly much about that.
The guides are a weird mix of datasheet, sample diagrams and marketing blurbs, all on one page. They don't look very professional -- when a list of sample applications is given, I don't need clip-art of a cellphone to remind me what they might mean with 'cellular handsets'.

Still, it's pretty cool to come home and find a product folder on your doormat that starts of with "Add USB to Any System with a Single IC".

I'm such a dork.
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