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Three different current-mode control schemes, peak current-mode control, charge control, and average current-mode control, are investigated for application to asymmetrically driven bridge-type pulsewidth modulated dc-to-dc converters. The principles, implementation, and performance of the three control schemes are compared in an attempt to identify their respective merits and limitations. Design considerations for feedback compensations are also given for the three control schemes. The theoretical predictions of this paper are supported by both experimental results and computer simulations.