TransSiP’s JC-PFM™ DC-DC Conversion Solution and Harmony™ SNJ Conditioner named 2016 ECN IMPACT Award Finalist

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Irvine, California, August 29, 2016-    ECN/Electronic Component News announced today that TransSiP’s submission to the 2016 ECN IMPACT Awards has been named a 2016 ECN IMPACT Awards Finalist.

    The ECN IMPACT Awards recognize the top products and services in 17 categories across the design engineering landscape. The competition seeks to honor ingenuity and creativity among companies who are making a difference in the industry and in the lives of engineers around the globe.

    TransSiP’s IMPACT Awards Finalist is a synchronous step-down micro DC-DC converter chipset integrating switching controller, inductor, and TransSiP’s patent-pending JC™ switching noise jitter (“SNJ”) conditioning technology. JC™ SNJ conditioning addresses the critical problem of chaotic noise present on the regulated output voltage of pulse-frequency modulation (PFM) type switching DC-DC converters. Up to now this problem has excluded PFM DC-DC converters from use with applications sensitive to supply bias noise, particularly in portable/wearable, remote and IoT devices incorporating spread-spectrum wireless communications and navigation/positioning. TransSiP’s JC™ technology conditions SNJ on the output of the JC-PFM™ DC-DC converter chipset providing a noise-optimized supply bias to wireless SoCs, RF components, high precision TCXOs, ADCs and other noise sensitive RF and analog circuit elements.

William Burr