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Linear regulators often have only a PMOS transistor at the output to drive the load. Care must taken to limit overshoot when a large load current turns off. It takes time to turn off the large PMOS transistor, which dumps current into the load capacitor after the load current turns off. Without a load current to remove the charge, the voltage can remain high for very long periods of time.
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