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 Title & Authors
Characteristics of Boost Active Power Factor Correction Converter
Jang, Jun-Young; Lin, Chi-Ho;
 
 Abstract
Switching power supply systems are widely used in many industrial fields. Power factor correction (PFC) circuits have a tendency to be applied in new power supply designs. The PFC circuit with a boost converter using an input power source is studied in this paper. In a boost PFC circuit, there are two feedback control loops: a current feedback loop and a voltage feedback loop. In this paper, the regulation performance gained by using the output voltage and compensator to improve the transient response presented at the continuous conduction mode (CCM) of the boost PFC circuit is analyzed. The validity of the designed boost PFC circuit is confirmed by both MATLAB simulation and experimental results.
 Keywords
CCM;DCM;GM;PFC;PM;voltage control loop gain;
 Language
Korean
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