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Power Tip 34: Design a simple, isolated bias supply

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rohitj1991
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rohitj1991   7/5/2012 6:41:41 AM
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Yes, C6 is C10 in the picture attached.

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IgorVAbramov   4/15/2011 3:25:40 AM
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Lovely article, we need more of this kind, only small question - does C6 became C10 on the picture attached?

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apummer945   4/7/2011 4:11:59 PM
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"In the past, I have seen some self oscillating dc/dc converters. Will they be simpler as compare to this?" yes hm, just look Bob Boschert's first switching mode power-supply some thirty years ego, that was the basis of his company "Boschert Computer products, he used 2 [two] transistors for a 25W off line power-supply....

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_hm   4/4/2011 4:15:19 PM
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In the past, I have seen some self oscillating dc/dc converters. Will they be simpler as compare to this?

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GREATTerry   4/4/2011 7:24:24 AM
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What is the advantage of using a synchronous buck chip to build such a half-bridge flyback circuit? I think there are also some simple single switch flyback circuit that can also do the job well.

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Sanjib.A   4/4/2011 7:08:48 AM
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I could not find the details about the controller TPS55010 indicated in the picture. Is it a new device, not launched yet? Also I would be interested to learn about asymmetrical half-bridge flyback (I know flyback, synchronous buck but not "flybuck"). Unfortunately, I don't have access to IEEE and can't refer the paper mentioned in the "Reference".

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