Posts Tagged ‘ Zero Current Switching (ZCS) ’

Reducing the Complexity of Meeting EMI Standards

Reducing the Complexity of Meeting EMI Standards

Most electronic systems, especially those powered from the AC line, are required to meet stringent standards with regards levels of EMI conducted on input power cables or radiated by the system itself.

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Article: “New Thermal-design Options Drive Power Density”

July 31, 2013
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Article: “New Thermal-design Options Drive Power Density”

The market is demanding ever increasing functional densities, which needs to be supported by significantly increased power densities.  The trade-off is the challenging thermal-design task to minimize heat generation throughout the power subsystem design.  In a recent article in PowerElectronics, Gary Gill discusses what approaches are available to system designers to address these issues and looks at how power conversion topologies such as ZVS (zero-voltage switching) and ZCS (zero-current switching) will help improve thermal efficiency and power density.

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