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In this paper, the problem of paralleling DC-DC switching converters is solved by means of power gyrators. The key element of the parallel connection is a buck converter with input filter acting as a power gyrator of type G with controlled output current, i.e., with its DC output current being proportional to its DC input voltage. electromagnetic interference minimization, current distribution among converters, stability, and voltage regulation are ensured by this approach. It is shown that a voltage regulator based on the parallel operation of power gyrators with democratic current sharing is always stable regardless of the number of connected modules. Experimental results of a DC-DC voltage regulator based on the parallel connection of three power gyrators with democratic current sharing are in perfect agreement with the theoretical predictions.