Modular converters speed power designs

Pendergast, Dennis
September 1998
Electronic Design;09/01/98, Vol. 46 Issue 20, p89
Trade Publication
Focuses on the development of modular direct current-direct current (dc-dc) converters. Implications on power-system design; Common reason for opting for a modular solution; Main features of modular converters.


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