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There are lot of material available over internet on this topic. I am suggesting you the books which I found useful (1 to 3 below). Also there are lot of application notes - 4 to 6 are something which are very basic. Hopefully they will be helpful to you. 1. power supply cookbook ,2nd edn, Marty Brown, EDN Series 2. Switching (...)
I'm doing a little research on power supply design books... I'm trying to build an old school analog synthesizer and all I'm used to seeing are the big transformers, the diode bridge, supply and filtering caps and lastly a voltage regulator... but then in others I see sense lines, zener diodes... all sorts of other stuff I (...)
Hi, At present, I am learning about Switched-mode power supply and Low drop out regulator using CMOS. Could anyone suggest some good books about this? The main problem here is "using CMOS". Thanks.
Hi guys, I am delving into the design of switch mode power supplies and I desperately need some decent reading material regarding the design of them. In particular, I'm interested in creating a cascaded buck/push-pull supply, very much like the system depicted on page 21 of the following link:
What you may like to do is calculate the impedance using a spread sheet and see if it matches the impedance given by the Cadence. Use the following as a guide.
Hello everyone, I have to design a full bridge converter and simulate it in matlab. The problem is i am referring 2 books 1) pulse width modulated dc-dc converter by marian k. kazimierczuk 2) switching power supply design by abraham i. pressman, keith billings and taylor morey. and in both the books the full bridge (...)
Sense amplifier is a broad term. Can you be more specific ? It can be part of the internal circuit of a memory. A power supply remote voltage sensing. Current sensing. May be you want to amplify a signal coming from a sensor ?
I didn't find any thread for Ebooks, So I decided to place it here. Moderator, pls move to appropriate thread if I am wrong. These are the ATX power supply books. The language is unknown to me (may be Russian)... May be helpful to others, not to me ! Sad If anybody have English vsn of these books, (...)
Hi, following is a link that i found. I simulated it using multisim, and the 555 part is giving proper output. but 741 just give
Dear TuAtAu Hi For power supply design , i can introduce some books to you but you should try to find some things on google too . Switching power supply design , by abraham i pressman , 2nd edition and 3rd edition . ( at 2nd edition you'll find more things about linear supplies . and marty brown's , e.g (...)
hi, reduce the rms current in the bulk capacitors the ripple voltage amplitude must be reduced using ceramic capacitors....." I can understand the purpose of ceramic capacitors and Bulk capacitors. But I could not understand How Ceramic reduces the input ripple voltage when bulk does not? it looks like....ceramic act
This is a useful guide for loop design of standard type switching power supplies. For other types of switching regulators, the amount of type of compensation depends upon the design of the device. The iW3620 is a current controller and does not have an induct
Hi everybody I want to design a high voltage power supply ( around 50KV DC or more :P ). would you please give me an information about that ( any books or links that are useful )? thanks in advance
Hi people, I can't find any article regarding the N+1 redundant power supply implementation. Could anyone teach me how does it work? Or could anyone recommend books about this? Thanks in advance.
I don't know of any books but having R-R I/O can be helpful for single supply operation. One example is for current measurement or control where one end of the sense resistor is tied to either ground or power. Having a R-R input stage makes the design a breeze. In contrast to R-R inputs which are specified to work at the rail which is a (...)
1st start with transistors: Microelectronics Sedra/Smith McGrawHill 2nd Op-amps: Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Circuits, Sergio Franco 3rd For power supply wich one: linear or switching. Because for eficiency Switching. But you first must know about control system, Magnetic theory, and passive and active devices. On
CHECK THIS LINK SMPS (Switching power supply)- Design Tutorials, Circuit Diagrams SHARATH
Such courses will not enable you to design a switching power supply professionally ( it will give you a solid knowledge about it); but the following 2 books will: Practical Switching power supply Design by Marty brown Switchmode power supply Handbook by Keith Billings
Hi, You should go through a few books like "power supply cookbook" by Marty Brown and you will be cleared about feedback loop compensation. Hope this helps. Tahmid.
Hi, You should go through "power supply Cookbook" by Marty Brown, and other books written by Raymon Mack Jnr, Ron Lenk, Abraham Pressman and Keith Billings. You should start with a useful book from Kolkatta - "power Electronics Demystified" by Chandra Shekhar Roy. This is very useful book for SMPS starters. Be careful, (...)


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