Two-Switch Forward Converter: Operation, FOM, and MOSFET Selection Guide
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The two-switch forward converter is a widely used topology and considered to be one of the most reliable converters ever. This application note discusses the benefits and drawbacks of two-switch forward converters, their operation, and how they compare to PFC front-end converters in terms of figure of merit (FORM) and power loss measurement.
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