Power Electronics

October 2000

ANALOG FEEDBACK: COMPUTER POWERING REQUIREMENTS ARE PUSHING THE NEED FOR POWER MANAGEMENT ICS
SAM DAVIS

FIXED VS VARIABLE FREQUENCY DC-DC CONVERTERS: WHICH IS BETTER
JEFF HAM

LAMINATED BUS BAR ASSEMBLIES IMPROVE POWER DISTRIBUTION IN HIGH POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
MICHAEL STIBGEN

PROPER THERMAL CONSIDERATIONS ENSURE RELIABLE DC-DC CONVERTER OPERATION
RON REICHICK

PROS AND CONS OF ISOLATED AND NON-ISOLATED DC-DC CONVERTERS
PETER BORN

STEALTH DIODE CUTS SMPS IGBT SWITCHING LOSS - QUIETLY
BARRY WOOD
JON GLADISH
MARK RINEHIMER
PRAVEEN SHENOY
SAMPAT SHEKHAWAT

SYSTEM INTEGRATION OF A DC-DC CONVERTER REQUIRES A LOOK AT ALL ANGLES
SAM DAVIS

SYSTEM POWERING ARCHITECTURES - PART II: ANALYTICAL APPROACHES FOR ARCHITECTURE TRADEOFFS
GABRIEL G SURANYI
GREG FASULLO

TRANSFORMER BOBBIN AND CORE SELECTION INVOLVES INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGNAND COST ISSUES
JOE CASMERO
RICH BARDEN

UNDERSTAND DATA BOOK PARAMETERS WHEN SELECTING DC-DC CONVERTER INDUCTORS
LEONARD CRANE

You'll find PDFs for these articles on the 30 Years of Power Electronics Technology DVD.

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