Technical Articles

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Extended Resistance Range Opens Up New Applications

Susumu has expanded the resistance range of the RG series by using a new high-impedance material, adjusting the pattern and more precise trimming.  

Ryuji Hayashi

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Rectifier Package Development

Smaller and lower profile rectifier packages with more advanced processes achieve zero defects  

Jos van Loo

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High Voltage Family of Controllers Reduces DC-to-DC Converter Cost and Size

LTC3892 is a versatile controller, widely used in automotive and industrial applications.

Victor Khasiev

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Demystifying the Paralleling of IGBT Modules

Paralleling power devices are of general interest, as they help increase the power rating of inverter systems very easily.

Thomas Schütze, Matthias Wissen

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The Intelligent Power Module Concept for Motor Drive Inverters

Designers of inverters for small AC motors in consumer and general-pu

Philipp Jabs, Muzaffer Albayrak

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Model Continuity: From Offline Simulation to Real-Time Testing

The dream of many engineering managers is having a single simulation model or “digital twin” for a newly developed product or application.

Jost Allmeling

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EconoDUAL 3 has Highest Power Density and Performance Using New IGBT7

The development of the new semiconductor generation targets a current density increase with the aim to reduce system costs for inverter manufacturers.

Klaus Vogel, Christoph Urban

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Specializing Performance: Collaboration Gets it Right with Custom Power Magnetics

Off-the-shelf magnetic components are often a compromise solution for any application, both electrically and mechanically.

Peter F Vaughan

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A High Temperature Gate Driver for Half Bridge SiC MOSFET 62mm Power Modules

Today, wide bandgap semiconductors, in particular 

Pierre Delatte

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Digital Power Supply Loop Design Step-by-Step: Part 2

In the previous article, we showed that the output of almost any op-amp compensator can be emulated in the digital domain with a single linear difference equation.

Dr. Ali Shirsavar