A power system incorporated on a single chip can significantly improve the efficiency, reduce circuit profile, and reduce the cost. In addition, the power density of the power supply can be increased dramatically, which will further reduce the cost and improve performance.
UCF researchers have developed the world’s first low-power switching devices for DC-DC conversion systems to reduce the power loss and significantly increase the over all system efficiency. Researchers are now working on an integrated power supply chip, which includes control circuits, devices, and components.
Years of Research: 2001 – 2012
Sponsored by: Private Sector and National Science Foundation.
- Improving Output Current Distortion in Hybrid BCM Current Controlled Three-phase Micro-inverter
- Forward-flyback Mixed ZVS DC-DC Converter with Non-dissipative LC Snubber Circuit
- Current Dual-loop Control for RPI with LCL Filter in Micro-inverter
- Analysis and Design of Dynamic Voltage Regulation in Multiphase Buck Converter
- New Architecture Single-phase Micro Inverter with Cascaded Low Voltage DC/DC Cells