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Switching Power Supply Design

by Abraham I. Pressman

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Using this book as a guide, Pressman promises, even a novice can immediately design a complete switching power supply circuit. No other book has such complete instruction in one volume. Using a tutorial, how-to approach, Pressman covers every aspect of this new technology, including circuit and transformer design, using higher switching frequencies, new topologies, and integrated PWM chips. For this latest edition, Pressman has added in-depth discussion of power factor correction, high-frequency ballasts for fluorescent lamps, and low-input voltage power supplies for laptop computers.

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