Multilevel Inverter Topologies With Reduced Device Count: A Review

@article{Gupta2016MultilevelIT,
  title={Multilevel Inverter Topologies With Reduced Device Count: A Review},
  author={Krishna Kumar Gupta and Alekh Ranjan and Pallavee Bhatnagar and Lalit Kumar Sahu and Shailendra Kumar Jain},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={135-151}
}
Multilevel inverters have created a new wave of interest in industry and research. While the classical topologies have proved to be a viable alternative in a wide range of high-power medium-voltage applications, there has been an active interest in the evolution of newer topologies. Reduction in overall part count as compared to the classical topologies has been an important objective in the recently introduced topologies. In this paper, some of the recently proposed multilevel inverter… CONTINUE READING
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