13.56 MHz High Density DC–DC Converter With PCB Inductors


This paper presents the look and implementation of a high density a hundred and fifty–two hundred V to 28 V, 200–400 W resonant dc–dc converter with embedded inductors. The converter includes a switching frequency of 13.fifty six MHz and uses air-core toroidal inductors fabricated with printed circuit board (PCB) technology. Implementing toroidal inductors with the PCB reduces inductance variation. Hence, the tuning and implementation of the converter are simplified while achieving high levels of performance and power density. By not using magnetic cores, the inductors also maintain stable values over a good temperature vary. Moreover, the paper discusses the tradeoffs between simplicity and performance of implementing a arduous-switched gate drive at megahertz switching frequencies. We have a tendency to describe the advantages of resonant power converter topologies in applications requiring high density and high performance in demanding environmental conditions.

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