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A voltage regulator is an analog circuit that produces a stable output voltage that doesn't vary with input voltage or load changes. Switching regulators are much more efficient than linear ones.

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I'll try to go in order of your questions: 1) Not really. For DC voltage regulation, you're sort of limited to linear regulators for low-power applications, and switching regulators for high-power ap …
answered Dec 7 '15 by Hari Ganti