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  • Application
    US 10/279521 2002-10-24
  • Publication
    US 20040080965 2004-04-29
  • Granted
    US 6815937 2004-11-09

granted patent: Stepping Inductor For Fast Transient Response Of Switching Converter

TitleStepping Inductor For Fast Transient Response Of Switching Converter
Granted PatentUS 6815937
Granted Date2004-11-09
Priority Date2002-10-24 US 10/279521
Inventors
Issue Date2004
Citation
US Patent 6815937. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2004 How to Cite?
AbstractA Fast Transient Response Converter Is Disclosed Which Makes Use Of Stepping Inductor In A Switching Converter To Speed Up Output Voltage Response Under Fast Transient Condition. The Inductive Element In A Switching Converter Is Replaced By Two Series Or Parallel Inductive Elements, One Of Which Has A Smaller Value Of Inductance Than The Other. During The Fast Transient Period, The Inductor With Larger Inductance Value Will Be Shorted To A Voltage Source. The Total Inductance Will Be Greatly Reduced And Thus Allows Rapid Current Change During The Transient Change.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/46520
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dc.description.abstractA Fast Transient Response Converter Is Disclosed Which Makes Use Of Stepping Inductor In A Switching Converter To Speed Up Output Voltage Response Under Fast Transient Condition. The Inductive Element In A Switching Converter Is Replaced By Two Series Or Parallel Inductive Elements, One Of Which Has A Smaller Value Of Inductance Than The Other. During The Fast Transient Period, The Inductor With Larger Inductance Value Will Be Shorted To A Voltage Source. The Total Inductance Will Be Greatly Reduced And Thus Allows Rapid Current Change During The Transient Change.en_HK
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