The Switched-Mode Power Supply's task is to convert electrical power efficiently. The engineer's task is to handle this system efficiently.
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Friday, April 11, 2014:
The Switched-Mode Power Supply (SMPS) is not something that only electronic engineers need to know about. While it is not essential, but programmers and even basic computer users should know a little bit about how this system works. It is an essential part of your PC and knowing about it can give you an edge in getting jobs and also in understanding your system.
Description: A semi detailed explanation of how switch mode power supplies operate. The supplies are found in just about everything and the way they work is quite fascinating and relatively advanced compared to a linear power supply.
Description: A discussion of the advantages of using MOSFETs with Schottky performance in switched mode power supply (SMPS) applications focusing on soft recovery. An explanation of how the very high Idss leakage current of some MOSFETs with integrated Schottky diodes can affect quality and defect detection in power applications.