Switching Power Supply Design

McGraw-Hill, 1998 - 682 Seiten
Using this book as a guide, Pressman promises, even a novice can immediately design a complete switching power supply circuit. No other book has such complete instruction in one volume. Using a tutorial, how-to approach, Pressman covers every aspect of this new technology, including circuit and transformer design, using higher switching frequencies, new topologies, and integrated PWM chips. For this latest edition, Pressman has added in-depth discussion of power factor correction, high-frequency ballasts for fluorescent lamps, and low-input voltage power supplies for laptop computers.

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Abraham I. Pressman (Waban, Massachusetts) is a nationally known power supply consultant and lecturer. His background ranges from an Army radar officer to over four decades as an analog-digital design engineer in industry. He has had key design roles in a number of significant "firsts" in electronics over the past 50 years. These include the first particle accelerator to achieve an energy over one billion volts, the first high-speed printer in the computer industry, the first spacecraft to take pictures of the surface of the moon, and two of the earliest textbooks on computer logic circuit design using transistors and switching power supply design respectively. For the past 11 years, Mr. Pressman has taught a four-day seminar, "Modern Switching Power Supply Design," nationally and internationally to engineers from most of the major electronics companies and a number of U.S. government laboratories.

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