Practical Switching Power Supply Design

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Academic Press, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 240 pages
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Take the "black magic" out of switching power supplies with Practical Switching Power Supply Design! This is a comprehensive "hands-on" guide to the theory behind, and design of, PWM and resonant switching supplies. You'll find information on switching supply operation and selecting an appropriate topology for your application. There's extensive coverage of buck, boost, flyback, push-pull, half bridge, and full bridge regulator circuits. Special attention is given to semiconductors used in switching supplies. RFI/EMI reduction, grounding, testing, and safety standards are also detailed. Numerous design examples and equations are given and discussed. Even if your primary expertise is in logic or microprocessor engineering, you'll be able to design a power supply that's right for your application with this essential guide and reference!

Key Features
* Gives special attention to resonant switching power supplies, a state-of-the-art trend in switching power supply design
* Approaches switching power supplies in an organized way beginning with the advantages of switching supplies and thier basic operating principles
* Explores various configurations of pulse width modulated (PWM) switching supplies and gives readers ideas for the direction of their designs
* Especially useful for practicing design engineers whose primary specialty is not in analog or power engineering fields
  

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Contents

How a Switching Power Supply Works
5
CHAPTER
17
CHAPTER 5
43
CHAPTER 6
65
CrossRegulation of the Outputs
97
CHAPTER 8
103
CHAPTER 9
115
CHAPTER 10
141
CHAPTER 11
169
CHAPTER 12
199
Bibliography
235
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Power Supply Cookbook
Marty Brown
Limited preview - 2001
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About the author (1990)

Martin C. Brown is one of the most active programmers outside of Be porting UNIX applications to the BeOS. He has worked with most varieties of UNIX, Mac, and Windows systems, doing everything from software development to system administration. When he's not on the job as an IT manager, he is enthusiastically involved in the Be development effort.

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