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Proceedings of 1994 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition - ASPEC'94
A new ac/ac power converter topology, in which all the switches operate in a resonant fashion to reduce switching losses, is proposed. The topology enables conduction-period control of individual current pulses, whereby pulse-width modulation (PWM) could be achieved to a fair degree of accuracy with the associated controller. The scheme implements current peak (resonant) limiting by a simple diode clamp. Improved switch utilization (voltage 2 current) and reduced part-count could be cited asdoi:10.1109/apec.1994.316389 fatcat:glga3tmr2feipgzrvrlxv5rvie