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A circuit that converts a signal from one form to another. Analog to digital, Digital to analog, Voltage to current, Current to voltage etc. The key to understanding is the transformational properties of the circuit as opposed to just amplification or buffering.

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I'm trying to build a boost converter with current mode PWM control, but I'm stuck at selecting capacitor and resistor values for compensation. I'm using a LT1619 as the controller IC … : simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab Datasheet: LT1619 Boost converter parameters: \$V_{in(min)}=2.7 V\$ \$V_{in(max)}=3.6 V\$ \$V_{out}=5 V\$ \$I_{out(min)}=0.5A\$ \$I_{out(max)}=1 A …
asked Apr 28 '17 by Daniel Tork
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My question's subject is the SMPS(PWM) AC/DC converter design used for chargers. There may be more ways to make what I'm speaking about, so I'll try to narrow the list down. The circuit works using … rectifier with the output connected to a buck converter. The typical application of the IC shows connections to a transformer winding and to an optcoupler. After measuring the output DC voltage of the …
asked Jan 6 '17 by Daniel Tork