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Research conducted at Shandong University has provided new information about electronics
January 5th, 2011
According to recent research published in the journal IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, "Nine-switch converter is a recent reduced semiconductor topology proposed in place of the back-to-back 12-switch converter. Like its precedence, the nine-switch converter can either operate at a single common frequency (CF) or different frequencies (DFs) at its two sets of three-phase terminals, but because of its reduced-switch configuration, some compromises cannot be avoided."
"In particular, the nine-switch converter is more restricted in its total attainable amplitude and phase shift between its two terminal sets, which means that when migrating standard modulating...
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Source: Electronics Newsweekly (2011-01-05)