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Dennis Feucht

Seemingly Simple Circuits, Part 2: Linearizing the PWM-Switch

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DaeJ
DaeJ
1/9/2015 12:53:59 PM
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Re: Really Simple Circuits
Does it mean that model should be a nonlinear time variant in terms of function of load? Duty cycle might include the rising and falling time which are "trise" and "tfall" as symbolic expression.

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uchiha
uchiha
12/22/2014 10:07:16 AM
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PWM power amplifier architecture
For a PWM power amplifier architecture, it is already known that limitations in the slew rate will strongly effact the dynamic range.when the pulses get small enough that they no longer reach the supply voltage the area of the pulse will become hard to control.

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samicksha
samicksha
12/19/2014 12:38:18 AM
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Re: Really Simple Circuits
Blog made me think of PWM can be used to control the amount of  power, but power drawn by the load may not be constant , and energy delivered to the load is not continuous either.

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sathwik chinnu
sathwik chinnu
12/17/2014 1:52:03 PM
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Really Simple Circuits
You made this topic simple thanx for brief Informaion.. 

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