PDM flyback PV microinverter with HFAC-link and active decoupling circuit


A pulse-density-modulated (PDM) flyback-based microinverter with a high-frequency AC (HFAC) link and a vigorous decoupling circuit is proposed. The converter's structure and basic operating principle are analysed. The benefits of utilising an active decoupling circuit and the demand for using pulse-density modulation are explained. The operation of the proposed microinverter has been verified by experiment.

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