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Innovative Power Device to Support Intermediate Bus Architecture Designs

November 05, 2012 // Jeffrey A. Ham, Douglas Ping, Vicor // 0 comments

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For a majority of applications implemented today, the Intermediate Bus Architecture (IBA) has become the preferred power architecture. This power architecture has led to the development of the isolated, semi-regulated DC-DC converter known as the Intermediate Bus Converter (IBC). IBCs are an improvement to the standard regulated “Brick” DC-DC module, yet system requirements continue to evolve and are pushing the limits of these power devices. A new generation of IBC products, called Bus Converter Modules (BCMs), has been developed to address these challenges.


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