I read this previous question:
It says burst mode happens when the resistance of the load is light and the system stops switching the MOSFETs. However, I just cannot understand how the light load decreases the load current and therefore the inductor current, as mentioned in the link.
As I know \$Vload=Rload*Iload\$ and \$Vload=D*Vin\$. So if we have a low load and highest input voltage, this implies that the duty cycle is small and the current is going high - which means the inductor current must be high as well and never go to DCM!
What I am missing?