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Handbook of Power Management Circuits edited Download PDF

Handbook of Power Management Circuits edited by Haruo Kobayashi and Takashi Nabeshima
Handbook of Power Management Circuits edited Download PDF
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Handbook of Power Management Circuits edited PDF

Handbook of Power Management Circuits edited by Haruo Kobayashi and Takashi Nabeshima

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The book is intended for tutorials on power supply circuits for engineers and graduate students in circuit design fields as well as power electronics, and it covers a wide range of power supply circuits. The authors of all chapters have been engaged in research and development of their contents, and hence each chapter has its own originality, reflecting the authors’ experiences.
 It is noteworthy that the power supply circuits as well as power amplifier circuits are different from analog, mixed-signal, and RF-integrated circuit design, and even circuit designers who have good background of analog, mixed-signal, and RF circuit design often get puzzled when they start to get involved in power supply circuits. In the 1997 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference, there was a panel discussion session entitled “RF Designers are from Mars, Analog Designers are from Venus.” Here I would like to add the following statement “Power Supply Designers are from Mercury and Power Amplifier Designers are from Jupiter.
Electronics and electrical engineering may be only one part of physics. However, during the last 100 years, they have advanced rapidly and changed our lives drastically. Their roles can be classified into the following categories: (i) information and signal processing, (ii) information storage, (iii) communication, and (iv) energy and power. In this book, we focus on the fourth category—energy and power, or power electronics—which is becoming more and more important to make the earth green.
This handbook is organized in two parts. In Part I, basics of
power supply circuit have been reviewed systematically. In Chapter
1, basics of power supply circuit are introduced. The first hurdle
to understand the DC–DC converter is the circuit behavior of an
inductor. For example, current can be made to flow from lower-
to higher-voltage nodes through the inductor, and thanks to the
inductor, the DC–DC converter efficiency can theoretically be 100%
in ideal conditions.
In Chapter 2, a buck converter—the most important DC–DC
converter—for low-voltage applications is described elaborately.
First, buck, boost, and buck–boost DC–DC converters are introduced.
Then two operation modes, that are, continuous current mode (CCM)
and discontinuous current mode (DCM) are explained. Then their
operating principle, circuit analysis with transfer function, closed-
loop operation, design consideration such as error amplifier design,
are discussed. An example of power supplies in a computer system
is also discussed.

Content Of The Book :

1- Power Supply Circuit Fundamentals
2- Buck Converter for Low-Voltage Application
3- Isolated DC–DC Converters
4- Modeling and Analysis of Switching Converters
5- Control Schemes of Switching Converters
6- Passive Components
7- On-Chip Voltage Converters
8- Applications of DC–DC/AC–DC Switching Converters
9- Single-Inductor Multi-Output DC–DC Converter
10- A Small, Low-Power Boost Regulator Optimized for Energy-Harvesting Applications
11- Wireless Power Delivery
12- High-Power GaN HEMT for Cellular Base Stations
13- Understanding the Efficiency of Switched-Capacitor Power Supply Circuits

Information Of The Book:

Book Format : PDF
Language : English
Page :389
Size : 16 MB
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