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Conference Record of the 2004 IEEE Industry Applications Conference, 2004. 39th IAS Annual Meeting.
Recent research in flying capacitor multilevel inverters (FCMIs) has shown that the number of voltage levels can be extended by changing the ratio of the capacitor voltages. For the three-cell FCMI, four levels of operation are expected if the traditional ratio of the capacitor voltages is 1:2:3. However, by altering the ratio, the inverter can operate as a five-, six-, seven-, or eight-level inverter. According to previous research, the eight-level case is referred to as maximally distendeddoi:10.1109/ias.2004.1348507 fatcat:pbdwg4grxzflndysamuaqkd5xy