Hirotaka Koizumi

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—This paper presents a new control scheme for a Class DE inverter, that is, frequency modulation/pulsewidth modulation (FM/PWM) control. Further, the FM/PWM controlled Class DE inverter is analyzed and we clarify performance characteristics. Since the FM/PWM controlled inverter has two control parameters , namely, the switching frequency and the switch-on(More)
INTRODUCTION Various agents used in breast cancer chemotherapy provoke DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs). DSB repair competence determines the sensitivity of cells to these agents whereby aberrations in the repair machinery leads to apoptosis. Proteins required for this pathway can be detected as nuclear foci at sites of DNA damage when the pathway is intact.(More)
—A novel switched-capacitor inverter is proposed. The proposed inverter outputs larger voltage than the input voltage by switching the capacitors in series and in parallel. The maximum output voltage is determined by the number of the capacitors. The proposed inverter, which does not need any inductors, can be smaller than a conventional two-stage unit(More)
—The Class DE inverter offers high-efficiency power conversion under high operating frequency (megahertz order) with low switching noises and low switch voltage stress. It has been applied to dc/dc converters as high-density power sources. Conventional converters with the Class DE inverter are controlled by varying the operating frequency, the switch duty(More)
Previous analytical descriptions of the Class D-E resonant dc/dc converter using thinned-out method have been based on the assumptions simplifying the eect of thinned-out control on the equivalent impedance. Therefore the dierence between the calculated values and the measured values is signicant in large thinned-out ratio. This paper presents a new(More)