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|Title:||New generation of switched capacitor converters|
|Authors:||Cheng, K. W. Eric|
Electric network topology
|Source:||PESC98 record : 29th annual IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference : Fukuoka, Japan, May 17-22, 1998, p. 1529-1535.|
|Abstract:||This paper is to present a new generation of the switched capacitor converters. These new circuits have used less number of switches. The new family consists of three topologies of circuit which are double, inverting and half the input voltage. All the switching devices are zero-current switching and hence it can operate at high switching frequency. The high switching current has been reduced too.|
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