level shifting

level shifting

[′lev·əl ‚shif·tiŋ]
(electronics)
Changing the logic level at the interface between two different semiconductor logic systems.
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The TSX393 and TSX339 integrate two and four comparators respectively, and feature open-drain outputs that can help simplify circuit design where ORing or level shifting are required.
The DA8801 integrates building blocks, such as gate drives and level shifting circuits, with 650V power switches to deliver an optimized solution that reduces power losses by up to 50 percent, with up to 94 percent power efficiency.
Cascaded seven level inverter with reduced number of switches using level shifting PWM technique".
3, while occupying up to 70 percent less board space than an equivalent network of discrete components for ESD protection, boosting, and level shifting of HDMI control signals.
It defines logic connections between power domains and whether they can be isolated and whether they need level shifting or logic level retention if the driver power supply is removed.
3V DDC and HPD level shifter, HDMI level shifting operation up to 2.
The use of a diode connected transistor for the level shifting component rather than an emitter follower stage results in greater stability at high frequencies at the cost of greater noise and lower transimpedance relative to a design that uses an emitter follower circuit instead.
The MAX44267EVKIT board comes pre-installed with a MAX44267 op-amp, a 12V DC power supply, two precision voltage sources, and two digital multimeters to get engineers started in testing low-power applications, including analog level shifting and conditioning, sensor interfaces, and programmable logic controller (PLC) analog input/output (I/O) modules.
The devices provide seven channels of electrostatic discharge protection, level shifting and back drive protection for the DDC signals, as well as buffers and impedance matching for the SYNC signals.
Also its audio/received signal strength indicator outputs incorporate amplifiers with access to the feedback path to allow for level shifting and filtering.