Publication detail

Practical realizaton of Ideal Diode Full-wave Rectifer

CHYTIL, J.

Original Title

Practical realizaton of Ideal Diode Full-wave Rectifer

English Title

Practical realizaton of Ideal Diode Full-wave Rectifer

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper discusse practical realization of full-wave rectifiers made of electronic diodes for high current bipolar electronic loads. The presented solution minimizes the voltage drop and nonlinearity of loads in the region of low voltages. Compared to standard or Schottky diodes, electronic (also referred to as ideal) diodes exhibit very low voltage drop and power dissipation. In the full-wave rectifier, MOSFETs with very low RDSon (low units of milliohms) are used. Ideal rectifiers have been traditionally used as structural elements in switched power supplies; they are often applied in low dissipation power switches and started to be utilized as full-wave rectifiers.

English abstract

This paper discusse practical realization of full-wave rectifiers made of electronic diodes for high current bipolar electronic loads. The presented solution minimizes the voltage drop and nonlinearity of loads in the region of low voltages. Compared to standard or Schottky diodes, electronic (also referred to as ideal) diodes exhibit very low voltage drop and power dissipation. In the full-wave rectifier, MOSFETs with very low RDSon (low units of milliohms) are used. Ideal rectifiers have been traditionally used as structural elements in switched power supplies; they are often applied in low dissipation power switches and started to be utilized as full-wave rectifiers.

Keywords

Ideal diode, electronic diode, full-wave rectifier, MOSFET

RIV year

2014

Released

01.10.2014

Pages from

81

Pages to

84

Pages count

4

BibTex


@article{BUT109523,
  author="Jiří {Chytil}",
  title="Practical realizaton of Ideal Diode Full-wave Rectifer",
  annote="This paper discusse practical realization of full-wave rectifiers made of electronic diodes for high current bipolar electronic loads. The presented solution minimizes the voltage drop and nonlinearity of loads in the region of low voltages. Compared to standard or Schottky diodes, electronic (also referred to as ideal) diodes exhibit very low voltage drop and power dissipation. In the full-wave rectifier, MOSFETs with very low RDSon (low units of milliohms) are used. Ideal rectifiers have been traditionally used as structural elements in switched power supplies; they are often applied in low dissipation power switches and started to be utilized as full-wave rectifiers.",
  chapter="109523",
  number="4",
  volume="2014",
  year="2014",
  month="october",
  pages="81--84",
  type="journal article - other"
}