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A transformerless three‐level three‐phase boost PWM inverter for PV applications
IET Power Electronics
Multilevel converters have seen rising demands in the past decades, due to their increased power ratings, enhanced power quality, low switching losses and reduced electromagnetic interference. Prominent among them are the three-level (3L) neutral point clamped and the flying capacitor inverter topologies along with their derivatives. Nevertheless, the main drawback of these topologies is the requirement of a front-end boost DC-DC converter to compensate the high dc-link voltage demand, which isdoi:10.1049/pel2.12142 fatcat:bd4tf6pzh5f7xktjshxn7gzc2a