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Back to Basics: Using Adaptive Loop Feedback to Regulate Your Converter Output

June 3, 2014
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Back to Basics: Using Adaptive Loop Feedback to Regulate Your Converter Output

A conventional power supply or regulated DC-DC converter typically uses Remote Sense to achieve true regulation accuracy. For a system designer using, say, a brick converter the task is relatively simple

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Back to Basics: Using Remote Sensing to Ensure Accurate Point of Load Voltage Control

April 30, 2014
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Back to Basics: Using Remote Sensing to Ensure Accurate Point of Load Voltage Control

Today’s ASICs and processors typically operate on a low voltage and therefore require high current. This means that if they are placed at any distance from the power supply or DC-DC converter that feeds them, transmission losses can become an issue. Because of resistance and therefore voltage drop in the power path between the converter and load, the voltage across the load will be lower than that across the converter’s output terminals. The difference is given by I x R,

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Webinar Rebroadcast: Best Practices Using DC-DC Bricks

May 27, 2012
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Webinar Rebroadcast: Best Practices Using DC-DC Bricks

DC-DC Bricks simplify the design of power supply systems compared to discrete solutions, which require a lot of effort and considerations. Even so, power supply architects still face many challenges that can result in costly mistakes.

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