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A guide to the theory behind, and design of, PWM and resonant switching supplies. It provides information on switching supply operation and selecting an appropriate topology for your application. It covers buck, boost, flyback, push-pull, half bridge, and full bridge regulator circuits.Why Use Switching Power Supplies? How a Switching Power Supply Works. A Walk Through a Representative Switching Power Supply. Switching Power Supply Topologies. Semiconductors Used in a Switching Power Supply.The Magnetic Components within a Switching Power Supply. Cross-Regulation of the Outputs. Protection. Miscellaneous Topics. Closing the Loop--Feedback and Stability. Resonant Converters. An Introduction. Switching Power Design Examples. Bibliography. IndexAuthor Biography 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 hes not on the job as an IT manager, he is enthusiastically involved in the Be development effort.
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Martin James Browning (born 1946) is Professor of Economics at the University of Oxford, Oxford, England, a Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, and a Fellow of the European Economic Association.
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