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Average current mode control in SMPS

Current mode control as usually implemented in switching power supplies actually senses and controls peak inductor current.

This gives rise to many serious problems, including poor noise immunity,a need for slope compensation, and peak-to-average current errors which the

inherently low current loop gain cannot correct. Average current mode control eliminates these problems and may be used effectively to control currents other than inductor current, allowing a much broader range of topological application.

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Average current mode control in SMPS

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