Feedback loop conception methodology for step-down continuous switching DC/DC converter
The stability and the dimensioning of a step-down switching voltage regulator feedback loop remain a complex task. An analytical approach allows dimensioning of all the components, strongly facilitating this task. In this article, a mathematical analysis is developed in order to determine the values of the passive component of the feedback loop, taking into account the tolerances of the various components. © 2008 IEEE.
CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), Geneva, Switzerland Electrical Engineering Institute, EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne), Switzerland, Export Date: 19 January 2010, Source: Scopus, Art. No.: 4606331, References: Rogers, E., Understanding buck power stages in switch mode power supplies (1999) Mixed Signal Products, , Texas Instruments; Billings, K.H., (1999) Switchmode Power Supply Handbook, , 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; Kislovski, A.S., Redl, R., Sokal, N.O., (1997) Dynamic Analysis of switching-mode DC/DC converters, , Design Automation,Inc, Lexington, MA,USA; Venable, H.D., The K Factor: A New Mathematical Tool for Stability Analysis and Synthesis (1983) Proc. Powercon 10, pp. H1-H1,H1-12. , San Diego, CA. pp, to; Lee, Y.-S., Computer-Aided Analysis and Design of Switch-Mode Power Supplies (1993) Marcel Dekker, , Inc. Hong Kong; Maniktala, S., (2006) Switching power supplies A to Z, , ed. Newnes, Burlington, USA; Redi, R., DC-DC converters, topologies and control techniques. Converter modeling and feedback loop design (2007) EPFL-MEAD power management course, , 3-7 September, Lausanne, Switzerland; Femia, N., Control switching techniques for switching power supply, (2007) power design technical course 2007, , National semiconductor, Zurich, Switzerland; Lei, W.H., Man, T.K., A general approach for optimizing dynamic response for buck converter (2004) On semiconductor, application, p. 0. , note, AND8143/D, April -Rev
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