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Loop bandwidth considerations for flyback in CCM regarding RHPZ

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Date: November 14, 2016

When a flyback converter works in a continues conduction mode (CCM) in the loop transfer function shows-up Right-Half-Plane Zero (RHPZ), it reduces the loop bandwidth of a converter.

Watch this video and learn why and how to deal with it.

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