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How Isolated DC-DC Converters work
posted June 19 2015 6:27.57 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If you are not familiar with DC-DC converters, here is a brilliant article from the EDN explaining the very basics of isolated SMPS circuits. This article does not provide the necessary tools to start designing your own converter, but it will definitely help you understand the basic topologies and the theory of operation, which is absolutely necessary to know before jumping into design...

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    • very useful informations


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