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Dual-Stage Feedback Techniques for Single-Pole Feedback Compensation

May 24, 2012 // Vicor // 0 comments

Dual-Stage Feedback Techniques for Single-Pole Feedback Compensation Download White Paper 297Ko

This technical paper proposes and studies the effects of a dual-stage compensation technique for achieving greater than 100kHz crossover frequency of a single pole system converting from 48 V to 1.2V.  By placing a separate non-inverting gain stage after the error amplifier, the necessary gain-bandwidth of the op amp can be significantly reduced allowing for high crossover frequency and good transient response.

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