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Performance Evaluation of Bridgeless PFC Boost Rectifiers
In this paper, a systematic review of bridgeless power factor correction (PFC) boost rectifiers, also called dual boost PFC rectifiers, is presented. Performance comparison between the conventionalExpand
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Single-phase three-level boost power factor correction converter
In many single-phase power factor correction (PFC) applications, the power level can reach several kilowatts; and in some situations, the input voltage can be quite high too. For high power and/orExpand
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State-of-the-art, single-phase, active power-factor-correction techniques for high-power applications - an overview
  • M. Jovanovic, Y. Jang
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics
  • 31 May 2005
A review of high-performance, state-of-the-art, active power-factor-correction (PFC) techniques for high-power, single-phase applications is presented. The merits and limitations of several PFCExpand
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Bridgeless High-Power-Factor Buck Converter
A bridgeless buck power factor correction rectifier that substantially improves efficiency at low line of the universal-line range is introduced. By eliminating input bridge diodes, the proposedExpand
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Design-Oriented Analysis and Performance Evaluation of Buck PFC Front-End
In universal-line ac/dc converters that require PFC, maintaining a high efficiency across the entire load range poses a major challenge. Typically, a boost PFC front-end exhibits 1-3% lowerExpand
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Design considerations for 12-V/1.5-V, 50-A voltage regulator modules
The paper presents design considerations for a 12 V/1.5 V, 50 A voltage regulator module (VRM) for the next generation of microprocessors. The module has stringent power-density andExpand
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Design considerations for low-voltage on-board DC/DC modules for next generations of data processing circuits
By reducing the power supply voltage, a higher speed, lower power consumption, and higher integration density of data processing ICs can be achieved. Presently, a variety of ICs operating from 3.3 VExpand
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Small-signal modeling of series and parallel resonant converters
A small-signal modeling technique based on the extended describing function concept is applied to series-resonant converters (SRCs) and parallel-resonant converters (PRCs). The models developedExpand
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Adaptive off-time control for variable-frequency, soft-switched flyback converter at light loads
The soft switching of a flyback converter can be achieved by operating the circuit in the critical conduction mode. However, the critical-mode operation at light loads cannot be maintained due to aExpand
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Comparison between CCM single-stage and two-stage boost PFC converters
In this paper, the analysis of the major-component ratings of the continuous current mode (CCM) single-stage power-factor-correction (PFC) and the CCM boost two-stage PFC converters is given. TheExpand
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