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Performance comparison of Continuous conduction mode (CCM) and DisContinuous conduction mode (DCM) Flyback converters

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Abstract

This paper presents Performance comparison of Continuous conduction mode (CCM) and DisContinuous conduction mode (DCM) Flyback converters. The comparison is conducted through experiment on the 5V/25W, 50kHz prototype CCM and DCM Flyback converters, which have been designed and built with similar circuit layouts, components, and Power ratings. Aspects to be compared are component stress, Output voltage regulation and transient response due to a step-load, and efficiency. The pros and cons for each mode of operation are discussed based on the experimental results. © 2003 IEEE.

Discontinuous conduction mode (10 items found) | Continuous conduction mode (21 items found) | Output voltage regulation (11 items found) | Performance comparison (65 items found) | Flyback converters (9 items found) | Power ratings (6 items found) | Flyback convertersPower electronics | Mode of operations | Voltage regulators | Power converters | Step load |

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