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In this paper, an interleaved AC-DC converter based on current tracking without any current sharing required is presented and applied to a two-phase flyback converter. This is realized using two critical-conduction-mode (CRM) pulsewidth-modulated chips, together with a field-programmable gate array technique. By doing so, not only are the total harmonic distortion and the power factor improved but the output power is also upgraded. In this paper, the circuit operation is described in detail, with some experimental results given to verify the proposed control scheme.