Two-switch topology benefits forward and flyback power converters

Bell, Bob
September 2000
EDN;09/01/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 18, p107
Trade Publication
Discusses the various aspects of electronic converters. Designers' preference for forward- and fly-back converter topologies for loads less than 200 watts; Description of the two-switch forward converter; Features of the two-switch flyback operation.


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