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Kobayashi; Marc J.
Oro Valley, AZ
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7612544 Linearized controller for switching power converter November 3, 2009
A linearized controller to operate a switching power converter which includes an inductor having its first terminal coupled to a first voltage (V1) and its second terminal switched so that it alternately connects to a second, higher voltage (V2) or to a common terminal. A sawtooth voltag
7098633 Boost converter with series switch August 29, 2006
A switching voltage converter, suitably a boost converter, employs an n-type transistor, preferably an NMOS FET, as a series switch, with its drain coupled to the cathode of the converter's diode and its source coupled to the converter's output node. A charge pump driven by the conve
6617832 Low ripple scalable DC-to-DC converter circuit September 9, 2003
A circuit for boosting an input voltage (V.sub.IN) to provide a low ripple output voltage (V.sub.OUT) regulates flow of current between a source of the input voltage (V.sub.IN) and a circuit node (17) in response to a feedback signal (16) representative of the output voltage (V.sub.OUT).

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