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Effects of powering low-voltage, high-current load on components from power design perspective

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1 Author(s)
Dai, N. ; Celestica Power Syst., Fort Collins, CO, USA

Increasing demands on computing power and information access have pushed microprocessors to operate at a higher current, higher clock speeds and provide a higher MIPS count. Power supply designers are facing the following challenges as a result of the above trends: (1) higher load currents; (2) lower operating voltages; (3) higher slew rates; (4) higher power densities; and (5) higher efficiencies. These factors have a significant effect on the power supply's components and their applications. This paper presents an overview on components from the power design perspective for low-voltage, high-current applications

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Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 2000. APEC 2000. Fifteenth Annual IEEE  (Volume:2 )

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