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Hot Swap, Push-Pull, Sync. Buck, Negative Flyback, Dual Syn

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Hot Swap, Push-Pull, Sync. Buck, Negative Flyback,
Dual Sync. Buck Reference Design…[more]

:? Hot Swap,
Push-Pull, Sync. Buck, Negative Flyback, Dual Sync.
Buck with Vin of -36 V to -72V. Vout of 8 V, 5 V,
3.3 V, 2.5 V and -5 V. The output power is 79.5 W.?

LM110 to An Improved IC Voltage Follower :?
National Semiconductor Application Notes,28-Jun-1996

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Low-power CMOS oscillator has push-pull output:?
04/01/04 EDN Design Ideas Digital oscillators often
generate TTL- or CMOS-level outputs, referred to
ground. Generating a symmetric bipolar output with
respect to ground presents a challenge. In this
design, four 1.5V flashlight cells create ?3V
voltage sources, and the midpoint of cells acts as
the ground reference (Figure 1)….

Simple deadband generator targets push-pull drivers:?
07/12/99 Electronic Design – Ideas for Design / In
typical push-pull driver applications, the npn-pnp
transistor pair is alternately turned on and off
using a square-wave signal. A simple driver circuit
uses an inverter betw1een the V1 and V2. . .

Single Resistor Betters inexpensive Buffer:?
07/04/94 EDN-Design Ideas / [file contains multiple
circuits - scroll to find this one]??