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EE 356: Resonant Power Converters and Magnetic Design

In this course, we will study the design of Resonant power converters which are capable of operating at higher frequencies than their hard-switch counterparts. Resonant converters are found in high performance applications where high control bandwidth and high power density are required. We will also explore practical design issues and trade off in selecting converter topologies in high performance application. We will discuss the design and modeling of high frequency magnetic elements, gate drives and resonant snubbers.
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