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Power Supply Design Training Series

Power Supply Design Seminar Training

Created by power supply experts. Now available when and where you need it.

Welcome to the industry's most robust, in-depth power supply training course. Based off topics from the Power Supply Design Seminars, or PSDS,  these training courses capture the expertise, technical detail and wide range of subjects presented at the renowned event. The seminars have cultivated a reputation for being an essential training event for power electronic engineers for the past three decades. Each year through technical presentations and demonstrations, our experts explore the new challenges and design trends shaping the power management landscape.

We’re bringing the seminars to you. Watch and learn at your own pace with a series of videos, ranging from intermediate to advance technical training, with new training courses added each year. Whether it’s in person or from your computer, you’ll be receiving an advanced power design education straight from the experts. 

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1. Power Supply Design Training Series

Each training course consists of an in-depth, technical training video, a related whitepaper, and a downloadable PDF of the PowerPoint presentation. 

# Title Duration
1.1 Design of a high-frequency series capacitor buck converter
This covers challenges to high frequency operation, introduce the series capacitor buck converter topology, and design steps for the series cap buck c...
41:15
1.2 Flyback transformer design considerations of efficiency and EMI
Learn about the internal construction and implementation of Flyback transformers.
38:02
1.3 Switch-mode power converter compensation made easy
This will cover switch-mode power converter compensation.
32:51
1.4 Bidirectional DC/DC converter topology comparison and design
Learn about the basic design guidelines for bidirectional DC/DC converters in hard- and soft-switching modes. 
26:54
1.5 SiC and GaN applied to high-frequency power
This covers how SiC and GaN can be applied to high-frequency power.
38:04
1.6 Under the hood of a noninverting buck-boost converter
This covers non-inverting buck-boost converters and possible use cases, design tips, and highest performance solutions.
31:39
1.7 Design review of a 2-kW parallelable power-supply module
Here, we take a quick view into topology selection of main power stages, discuss in detail the single blocks of the module, and provide a built 2kW pr...
39:16
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