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I was planning on using the TI TPS62237 regulator to supply 3.3V from a LiPo battery, but I just noticed on the data sheet on page 3 "Recommended Operating Conditions" that minimum supply voltage should be Vout + 1V which would mean my battery should be 4.3V which is higher than a fully charged LiPo battery.  Am I reading that correctly?  I linked to the datasheet below.

http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/405/slvs941e-197967.pdf
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Boo!  Oh well.  What about something like this:

http://www.mouser.com/ds/2/405/slvs520b-128772.pdf
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Yes, one is a buck, the other is a boost, regulator.
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Thanks!  I will use that one instead.  Probably easier to solder as well.
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