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EE467-567'10_lect10-Fnl - EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER...

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EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] EE 467/567 -- INTEGRATED POWER EE 467/567 -- INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICS ELECTRONICS Dr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo [email protected] EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] Inductive Switching 101 Inductive Switching 101 or Understanding the Waveforms
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EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] Buck Load Buck-Boost Load Disaster is Only Nanoseconds Away Disaster is Only Nanoseconds Away You can be a rich designer too! It is all in battling Mother Nature. She likes continuity and easy flow, e.g. Sine waves, exponentials and Gaussians. But, we give her V(t) = L*di/dt and I (t) = C*dv/dt Every wire represents an inductance, and every junction a capacitance. For high voltage, we should be concerned about the trace-to-baseplate capacitance. EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] Disaster is Only Nanoseconds Away Disaster is Only Nanoseconds Away Buck Load Buck-Boost Load You can be a rich designer too! It is all in battling Mother Nature. She likes continuity and easy flow, e.g. Sine waves, exponentials and Gaussians. We give her V(t) = L*di/dt and I (t) = C*dv/dt
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EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] Special Discussion on Special Discussion on GATE DRIVE GATE DRIVE design design EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] Charge Pumps Charge Pumps Chapter 5.6 p178
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EE467/567 Integrated Power © 2010, D. C. Hopkins [email protected] Charge Pumps Charge Pumps A charge pump is a circuit that rearranges a set of capacitors. For step-up (the most common application), capacitors are charged in parallel and discharged in series. Often the source is added to the series configuration to increase the
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course EE 587 taught by Professor Dr.mohammedsafiuddin during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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EE467-567'10_lect10-Fnl - EE 467/567 - INTEGRATED POWER...

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