Current-mode converters are super popular these days.

They have numerous benefits:

- Easy compensation- they are effectively a single pole system (the pole associated with inductor current is pushed out beyond Nyquist) 510 more words

Current-mode converters are super popular these days.

They have numerous benefits:

- Easy compensation- they are effectively a single pole system (the pole associated with inductor current is pushed out beyond Nyquist) 510 more words

Hoi Nguyen, Van Vu, and myself have just uploaded to the arXiv our paper “Random matrices: tail bounds for gaps between eigenvalues… 489 more words

A huge problem in graph theory is to find out if it’s possible to cover or span a given graph with copies of other given graphs. 635 more words

Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors is an important and wide concept of Matrices. They are mostly used in the calculations of linear transformations.

** By definition**:-

An… 295 more words

It’s been a couple of weeks since I have posted about what I’m learning. I’ve been slow on finishing this chapter because life has made me minimally busy with interviews and shadowing for jobs. 507 more words

Controller design for a power conversion system is mostly a straightforward matter (see my previous post on **Controller Design**). Unless there are some interesting circumstances, such as dominant parasitics, very low carrier ratio (which is the ratio of the switching frequency to the closed-loop bandwidth), or highly non-linear operating point, then the design procedure is very simple and could be easily automated, for example, with a MatLab or Python script. 846 more words