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Whitepaper: How to Use Circuit Models in Thermal Calculations

November 24, 2016
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Whitepaper: How to Use Circuit Models in Thermal Calculations

Thermal design is one of the most challenging elements of power system development. System requirements demand more power from less space

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White Paper Explains How Power Averaging Cuts Size and Cost for Pulsed Loads

September 21, 2016
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White Paper Explains How Power Averaging Cuts Size and Cost for Pulsed Loads

Many applications, such as pulsed amplifiers and LED lighting, present pulsed loads, where energy is drawn in short bursts.

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White Paper Describes Reverse Mode Operation of SACs

June 27, 2016
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White Paper Describes Reverse Mode Operation of SACs

The Sine Amplitude Converter (SAC) is a resonant topology that can be used to create a near-ideal “DC power transformer”. It uses a fixed transformation ratio, K

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White Paper Describes Practical Techniques to Control EMI when Designing with Power Components

June 22, 2016
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White Paper Describes Practical Techniques to Control EMI when Designing with Power Components

The control of EMI within switched mode power systems is a perennial challenge. This white paper explains how to control conducted emissions in real-world applications.

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How DCMs Keep Tethered Drones Flying

April 21, 2016
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How DCMs Keep Tethered Drones Flying

Download this informative paper by Arthur Russell and Alexander Mezin to find out how the compact size and light weight of our DCMs make them ideal for applications such as tethered drones.

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White Paper Describes New Bidirectional DC-DC Converter

April 15, 2016
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White Paper Describes New Bidirectional DC-DC Converter

Today many power applications need bidirectional conversion to allow energy to be stored and used at a later time. These applications range from battery applications

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White Paper Explains How You Could be Designing More Power Chains

April 5, 2016
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White Paper Explains How You Could be Designing More Power Chains

Although much of the electronics industry sees exponential improvements in performance due to Moore’s Law, design and development, in particular power system design, has remained relatively unchanged

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