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  • Effler, Simon; Kelly, Anthony; Halton, Mark; Rinne, Karl (IEEE Computer Society, 2008)
    Generalized Predictive Control (GPC) offers a method of designing digital compensators directly in the discrete time domain. In this paper, an automatic design process based on the optimization of a few GPC parameters ...
  • Effler, Simon; Halton, Mark; Rinne, Karl (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    Current demands on switched-mode power supplies to deliver higher output power with improved efficiency are leading to an increased use of multi-phase power converters. With an increasing number of phases, special multi-phase ...
  • Effler, Simon; Halton, Mark; Rinne, Karl (PCIM Europe, 2009)
    The trend in next-generation switched-mode power supplies will lead to modular, scalable solutions which can deliver power efficiently over a wide range of operation. Multiple parallel power stages, often called phases ...
  • Effler, Simon; Kelly, Anthony; Halton, Mark; Kruger, Tilmann; Rinne, Karl (IEEE Computer Society, 2008)
    A method for the early detection of load transients using a current estimator for VR applications is presented. This technique combined with a new charge-balanced digital control law can improve the dynamic response to ...
  • Effler, Simon; Halton, Mark; Rinne, Karl (IEEE Computer Society, 2011)
    The trend in next-generation switched-mode power supplies will lead to modular, scalable solutions, which deliver power efficiently over a wide range of operation. This paper details a new approach to introduce more advanced ...
  • Effler, Simon (University of Limerick, 2010)
    The continuing trend in switched-mode power supplies clearly leads to the delivery of more output power with an ever increasing number of voltages more efficiently at less cost. Increasing power management requirements, ...
  • Effler, Simon; Halton, Mark; Kelly, Anthony; Rinne, Karl (PCIM Europe, 2008)
    This paper focuses on the application of a generalized predictive control (GPC) law design technique for digitally controlled DC-DC converters. The unconstrained GPC control law presented is based on a minimization of ...
  • Mooney, James; Effler, Simon; Halton, Mark; Mahdi, Abdulhussain E. (IEEE Computer Society, 2010)
    This paper proposes a hardware modification to a standard Digital Signal Processor (DSP) that enables it to digitally control multiple DC-DC converters with non-integer switching frequency ratios. The modified DSP overcomes ...
  • Effler, Simon; Halton, Mark; Mooney, James; Rinne, Karl (IEEE Computer Society, 2014)
    The trend in next-generation switched-mode power supplies will lead to modular, scalable solutions which deliver power efficiently over a wide range of operation. This paper details a new approach to introduce more advanced ...

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