What are the failure mode of Diode ?
What are the failure mode of Diode ?
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Why NMOS is widely used compare to PMOS?
Why NMOS is widely used compare to PMOS?
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4/25/2023
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Can we use a CT (current transformer) in series to the inductor which is operating in CCM?
Can we use a CT (current transformer) in series to the inductor which is operating in CCM?
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Let's consider a transformer with ferrite core and with some leakage inductance. Now if we introduce air gap in the ferrite, what will happen to the leakage inductance. please explain your answer.
Let's consider a transformer with ferrite core and with some leakage inductance. Now if we introduce air gap in the ferrite, what will happen to the leakage inductance. please explain your answer.
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4/25/2023
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what is the advantage of paralleling MOSFETs over single MOSFET dissipating same power as in the total parallel combination?
what is the advantage of paralleling MOSFETs over single MOSFET dissipating same power as in the total parallel combination?
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In a synchronous buck converter operating in CCM with 50% duty cycle, why the upper MOSFET dissipates more power than lower MOSFET. consider same MOSFET, gate voltages and gate resistors at both places.
In a synchronous buck converter operating in CCM with 50% duty cycle, why the upper MOSFET dissipates more power than lower MOSFET. consider same MOSFET, gate voltages and gate resistors at both places.
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During the MOSFET switching, the gate to source voltage becomes flat during the Vds transition, why is it so? what makes it stay constant?
During the MOSFET switching, the gate to source voltage becomes flat during the Vds transition, why is it so? what makes it stay constant?
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If we turn ON a MOSFET with Resistive load, current and voltage transition will start simultaneously. But if the load is inductive, say Relay or any DC DC converter, current rises first to max load current and then only voltage starts to fall. Why?
If we turn ON a MOSFET with Resistive load, current and voltage transition will start simultaneously. But if the load is inductive, say Relay or any DC DC converter, current rises first to max load current and then only voltage starts to fall. Why?
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Consider a capacitor of 20 uF charged to 30V. so it has energy of 9mJ. now a 10 uF uncharged capacitor is connected parallel to it. what will be the final total energy left in capacitors? assuming no self leakage.
Consider a capacitor of 20 uF charged to 30V. so it has energy of 9mJ. now a 10 uF uncharged capacitor is connected parallel to it. what will be the final total energy left in capacitors? assuming no self leakage.
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4/24/2023
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Difference between LDO and linear regulator
Difference between LDO and linear regulator
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4/24/2023
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How to select switching frequency of buck converter ?
How to select switching frequency of buck converter ?
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4/23/2023
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FR4 or IMS PCB which one is good for motor inverter applications
FR4 or IMS PCB which one is good for motor inverter applications
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4/23/2023
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How to select power Inductor ?
How to select power Inductor ?
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4/23/2023
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How to select dc link capacitors ?
How to select dc link capacitors ?
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4/23/2023
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How to select a MOSFET for power stage ?
How to select a MOSFET for power stage ?
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4/23/2023
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Key differences between ASIC and SOC:
Key differences between ASIC and SOC:
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4/05/2023
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