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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Myauk, Oct 19, 2006.

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  1. Myauk

    Myauk Guest

    Well, I would like to do some research with the switching topologies,
    while learning the Switching Mode Power Supply Knowledge and Design
    But the scope of applications and conceptions is so wide that I do not
    know where to put my emphasis for my research. ( I am going to take
    further studies:- M.Sc, or M.Eng, and I would like to do research on
    Power Electronics, especially Pulse Width Modulation and Switching
    Topologies. It would include low frequency applications such as
    Inverters and Motor Controllers as well as SMPS and new class of signal
    amplifiers, I think)

    Correct me if I am wrong, show me the way!!

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  3. Myauk

    Myauk Guest

    I think I am a dump person with internet.
    I do not know how to reach there;
  4. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    I started by getting my head around the simply flyback converter.

    Plenty of info available from the manufacturers and some great application
    notes at

    I advise using SI units btw but there's a lot of old stuff out there too
    especially from the USA with their funny inches and stuff..

  5. Myauk

    Myauk Guest

    Thanks Graham,

    I have been that website before.

    I found the resources and I am working on it!

  6. JeffM

    JeffM Guest

    Myauk TOP-POSTED:
    That certainly applies to the way you use Usenet.'re.following.up+BOTTOM+qq+Usenet
    Observe how the majority of others post here and EMULATE that .
    Also note: This is NOT Google Groups.
  7. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You can't get there from google. You need to contact your ISP, and find
    out if they have a real news server, and log in and use a real news reader.

    Meanwhile, start with the basics.

    How much do you know now? Ohm's law? Reactance? Phasors? Z-plane
    transforms? (I don't even know what that last one means, but it sounds

    You could poke around with some transistors and inductors and capacitors
    and stuff and actually see what happens; but to design something, there is
    a whole lot of math involved.

    BTW, the convention on s.e.d is to trim and bottom-post.

    Good Luck!
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