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Survey of Control Modes for Step Down Converters and Controllers

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Date: August 27, 2017

TI is active in the development of leading-edge control circuits to help engineers address specific design challenges. And since no control mode is optimal for every application, the TI portfolio contains 12 different types of control architectures for non-isolated DC/DC switching regulators. This training provides an overview along with the advantages and disadvantages of each control mode, including the new internally-compensated advanced current mode (ACM). 

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