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Current sharing controller/functionality is commonly utilized for multiphase converters to achieve current balancing between converter phases. Conventional current sharing control schemes generally require sensing the current of each phase, leading to increased size and cost in addition to issues associated with current sensing inaccuracies. A sensorless(More)
Single-inductor multiple-output (SIMO) switching dc–dc power converter architecture is a cost-effective alternative to multiple individual switching power converters solution in many power distribution system applications where multiple voltage rails are required at reduced cost. However, with multiple output voltage rails coupled to the same(More)
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