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Application Notes

Dialog provides a complete library of application notes featuring design examples as well as explanations of features and blocks within the Dialog IC. Each design example comes with a GreenPAK software file (.gp) that allows the user to easily view, modify, and prototype the proposed IC.

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Title Design file Description Products Keywords
This application note illustrates the concept of propagation delay and how to estimate the propagation delay of different circuit blocks. It includes techniques that foster a more robust design implementation. SLG46826 Propagation delay, Propagation, Race condition, Race, Condition, Signal Race, SLG46826, GreenPAK, Estimated Delay
This application note describes how to control four 7-Segment LED displays using a GreenPAK IC. SLG46537, SLG46517, SLG46538, SLG46880, SLG46881 7-segment LED displays, 7 segment display, 7-Segment, LED, Arduino, GreenPAK, ASM, ASM RAM, I2C, 16-segment LED displays, 16-segment
This application note implements a max (or min) voltage finder among several analog inputs. It describes the functional logic, GreenPAK implementation and the obtained results. SLG46620, SLG46620-A SLG46620, Voltage, Min, Max, GreenPAK, Multiplex, Analog, ADC, SPI, Binary Counter, Binary, Counter
This application note describes how to create a model servo motor signal demultiplexer using a Dialog GreenPAK IC. This application note comes complete with design files which can be found in the References section. SLG46537 SLG46537, Servo Motor, Servo, Motor, Multiplexer, Multiplex, Pulse, ASM, Pulse Width Modulation, PWM, Demultiplexer, GreenPAK
This application note covers the creation of a low voltage low power overdrive pedal using a Dialog GreenPAK SLG88104V. SLG88104 Guitar pedal, Guitar, Pedal, Guitar amplifier, Amplifier, Guitar amp, Amp, Audio effects, SLG88104V, AA Battery, AA, Battery, Overdrive, Wave clipping, Wave, Clipping, Op-amp, Operation Amplifier, Operation
This application note illustrates the behavior of all operation modes of the 555 timer IC and shows the implementation details of the 555 timer internals, with all its operation modes, using the SLG46110V. SLG46110 GreenPAK, SLG46110V, 555 Timer, Timing, Bistable, Monostable, Astable, Multivibrator, One-Shot
This application note describes an SLG46140V design that implements a 16-bit up/down counter with quadrature encoder inputs. SLG46140 GreenPAK, SLG46140, Encoder, Quadrature Encoder, Rotary Encoder, Serial Peripheral Interface, SPI, Up/Down Counter, FSM, Daisy Chain, Daisy, Chain, Counter
This application note describes a simple hardware implementation of a 4-Mux LCD driver using time division multiplexing techniques along with system monitoring SLG46537 GreenPAK, LCD, Time Division Multiplexing, Multiplexing, I2C, System Monitoring Features-Hardware Reset, System, Monitoring, WatchDog, Timer, Watchdog Timer, RAM Storage, RAM, Storage
Many automotive manufacturers provide animated front and rear LED patterns in the indicator lights for aesthetics and as their trademark. SLG46620, SLG46620-A, Automotive GreenPAKs Configurable Mixed-signal ICs GreenPAK, SLG46620 LED Driver, Automotive, Indicator, Indicator Light, Light, LED, LED patterns, Turn Signal, Single Channel Driver, Multiple Channel Driver, Channel, FSM, Finite State Machine, Finite, ASM
This application note describes a simplified technique for directly converting a temperature sensor analog signal to digital frequency using GreenPAK. This application note comes complete with design files which can be found in the References section. SLG46108, SLG46620, SLG46620-A, Automotive GreenPAKs Configurable Mixed-signal ICs GreenPAK, SLG46108V, SLG46620V, Temperature sense, Temperature, Thermistor, Frequency modulation, NTC, Temperature to Frequency, Frequency
This application note describes how to control a RGB LED using an Android application via Bluetooth; this project demonstrates how to build an Android application and design the GreenPAK controller to make an integrated project. SLG46620, SLG46620-A GreenPAK, SLG46620, RGB, RGB LED, LED, Bluetooth, BLE, UART, Universal Asynchronous Receiver, Universal Asynchronous Transmitter, Universal, Asynchronous, Receiver, Transmitter, PWM, Pulse Width Modulation, Pulse, Width, Modulation, SPI, Serial Parallel Interface, Serial, Parallel, Interface, FSM, Finite, State, Machine, Finite State Machine
This application note describes how to shift the frequency of a PWM signal without changing the duty cycle SLG46140, SLG46620, SLG46620-A GreenPAK, SLG46140, PWM, Pulse Width Modulation, Pulse, Width, Modulation, Frequency, Frequency Converter, SPI, Serial, Parallel, Interface, Serial Parallel Interface, DCMP, Digital Comparator, Digital, Comparator, FSM, Finite State Machine, Finite, State, Machine
This application note demonstrates the implementation of a single-phase inverter using different control methodologies SLG46621 Single-phase Inverter, Power Electronic Applications, Square Techniques, Quasi Square Techniques
This application note focuses on using a GreenPAK SLG46531V CMIC device to regulate an active Solar Tracker SLG46531, SLG59H1005V GreenPAK, SLG46531, HFET, Solar Tracker, Solar, Tracker, Sun, Photoresistor, ASM, Buck, Buck Regulator, Regulator, Battery, Battery Charging, charging, charge, Charge Controller, Controller
This application note presents several examples on how to use the GPIOs in SLG51000 for various applications SLG51000
This application note presents how to design a circuit for converting PWM signals to Pulse Position Modulation (PPM) signals using only a single GreenPAK CMIC SLG46120 PWM, Pulse Width Modulation, PPM, Pulse Position Modulation, RC Models
This application note describes how to design PWM with programmable limits using Dialog's GreenPAK IC SLG46533 PWM, Pulse Width Modulation, Programmable Limits PWM, Triangle Modulation
This application note details using the Dialog SLG46537 CMIC for several line code conversion examples SLG46537 Line Coding Converter, Serial Communication, Serial Data Communication, NRZ, Non Return to Zero, Manchester Encoding, AMI, Alternate Mark Inversion, Bipolar Return to Zero
This application note presents how to make a capacitive charge pump with a programmable, regulated output voltage using GreenPAK CMIC and a couple of low-cost external components SLG46533 Capacitive Charge Pump, Voltage Booster, Voltage Inverter, Voltage Doubler, Regulated Charge Pumps
This application note explains how to build a smart trash can that opens automatically when someone approaches and closes automatically when he/she moves away based on a GreenPAK CMIC SLG46140 Automatic Trash Can, Smart Trash Can, Garbage Can


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