The Characteristics of Conventional and Switching Power Supplies in Analog Signal Processing
The role of the power supply as the interface between the ac line and a dc-powered electronic device is examined. The characteristics of conventional and switching power supplies are analyzed, and measurements are taken on a typical example. The effect of these characteristics on an audio installation are discussed. It is concluded that switching supplies have significant advantages for some applications.
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