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Back to Basics: Powering Dynamic Loads

August 21, 2014
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Back to Basics: Powering Dynamic Loads

Modern electronic loads can demand rapid changes in the supply current. An RF power amplifier, for example, may present a steady-state load of 10% of the rated input power, but this can increase to nearly 100% almost instantly during a transient. Other loads capable of imposing similarly large transients include RF transmitters, test systems, displays, designs with low voltage ASICs and laser diode transmitters. A DC-DC converter can take a few hundred microseconds to respond to a large load step, while a power amplifier may require a recovery time below 100 microseconds to avoid...

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Video: Cool-Power ZVS DC-DC High Density Converter Modules

June 17, 2013
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Vicor’s new Cool-Power DC-DC converters utilize an advanced Zero-Voltage Switching (ZVS) architecture and high-performance planar magnetics to enable IC-like density and greater PCB layout flexibility in space-constrained environments. The high-switching frequency (900 kHz) of series converters reduces input filter and output capacitance requirements, drastically reducing space requirements.

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New EMI Filter for DC-DC Converters:
Picor QuietPower® QPI-21

February 6, 2012
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New EMI Filter for DC-DC Converters: Picor QuietPower® QPI-21

Just launched, the Picor QuietPower® QPI-21 high density active EMI filter supports 48V DC-DC converter designs up to 14A for data communications and telecommunication applications. 

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