Designing Single-Switch, Resonant-Reset, Forward Converters
Among power-converter topologies, the single-transistor, forward converter is one of the most common for power levels below 100 watts. This article, however, describes an improvement to that circuit called the “single-transistor, resonant-reset, forward converter,” which eliminates the reset winding and a diode. The several other advantages of this design will be discussed.
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