Solid State Drive (SSD)

Worst case power dissipation in the form of heat determines if the system space and cooling methods or the end products are adequate to keep all the components cool enough for reliable operation. Whether it is a mechanical hard-disk drive or solid state drive, the memory devices generate their own heat dissipation plus the heat from the power supplies for the HDD and SSD. Aside from the power supply being cool enough, reliable power supplies for storage means maintaining output regulation during dynamic load transients of the memory and providing high level of signal-to-noise to decrease read-write errors for the memory device.

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Application NoteDescription
AN-5054Low Noise Leadless Packages Advance Portable Designs
AN-7008FPF200X Evaluation Module
AN-7012FPF2100/7 Evaluation Board Users Guide
AN-600Understanding Latch-up in Advanced CMOS Logic
AN-5059LVDS Technology Solves Typical EMI Problems Associated with Cell Phone Cameras and Displays
AN-7007Simplifying Portable Power Management and Protection Circuit Design Using the FPF200X Integrated Switch Product Family
AN-5064Low-ICCT Analog Switches for Ultra-Portable Designs
AN-5064TCLow Icct Analog Switches for Ultra-Portable Designs (Traditional Chinese)
AN-6044Pop Suppression Techniques Using Analog Switches
AN-9073High-Speed USB Switch Layout Considerations
AN-5065Wide-bandwidth Video Switches Solve High Resolution Video Design Challenges
AN-5007An Introduction to Fairchild Switch Products
AN-996Using the Fairchild Switch as a 5V to 3V Translator
AN-6022TCUsing the FSUSB30/31 to Comply with USB 2.0 Fault Condition Requirements Traditional Chinese
AN-6022Using the FSUSB30 to Comply with USB 2.0 Fault Condition Requirements
AN-6019Fairchild Analog Switch Products ESD Test Methodology Overview
AN-6018Fairchild USB Switch Advantage
AN-9716Reset Timers
AN-9740Bi-Directional Translator Architectures
AN-376Logic-System Design Techniques Reduce Switching-CMOS Power
AN-310High Speed CMOS (MM74HC) Processing
AN-313DC Electrical Characteristics of MM74HC High Speed CMOS Logic
AN-314Interfacing to MM74HC High-Speed CMOS Logic
AN-319Comparison of MM74HC to 74LS, 74S and 74ALS Logic
AN-317AC Characteristics of MM74HC High Speed CMOS
AN-368An Introduction to and Comparison of 74HCT TTL Compatible CMOS Logic
AN-5055Portability and Ultra Low Power TinyLogic®
AN-5044Analog Switches with -2V Undershoot Protection
AN-5015USB1T11A Transceiver and Specification Compliance
AN-680Dynamic Threshold for Advanced CMOS Logic
AN-9074C Family Characteristics
AN-375High-Speed-CMOS Designs Address Noise and I/O Levels
AN-5066Improve Your Design with the Adoption of High-Speed USB Switches
AN-77CMOS, The Ideal Logic Family
AN-377DC Noise Immunity of CMOS Logic Gates
AN-5016Double Data Rate Support ICs
AN-737Device Generated Noise Measurement Techniques
AN-389Follow PC-Board Design Guidelines For Lowest CMOS EMI Radiation
AN-817Taking Advantage of ECL Minimum-Skew Clock Drivers
AN-768ECL Backplane Design
AN-393Transmission-Line Effects Influence High-Speed CMOS
AN-5013GTLP in BTL Applications
AN-690Design Innovations Address Advanced CMOS Logic Noise Considerations