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Building a dsPIC® SMPS system


Recording Date: 09/01/2006
Duration: 10 min

Abstract

This course covers a wide variety of issues that arise during the design of a digital switch mode power supply. They include: Methods for sensing current, bias supplies, gate drive issues, transient response, and how topology choices affect system design.

PresenterBill Hutchings, Product Marketing Manager, Digital Signal Controller Division

Bill Hutchings is a Product Marketing Manager with Microchip Technology's Digital Signal Controller Division (DSCD). He has over nineteen years of experience in the embedded systems and semiconductor industries, and has previously worked with Freescale Semiconductor as a Systems and Applications Engineer responsible for new product development and marketing. Bill also worked at Motorola in design and systems engineering, as well as project leadership. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from San Diego State University, and a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University. Bill is a patent holder and is based in Microchip's Chandler, Arizona offices.

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