Single inductor multiple outputs interleaved converters operating in CCM
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Feasibility of single inductor multiple outputs (SIMO) DC-DC converters, able to operate in continuous-conduction mode (CCM), is shown in this paper. The power stage combines simple structures based on boost for non-inverted outputs and buck-boost for inverted outputs. Individual switches associated to each of the outputs are current mode controlled through respective stages as called channels. The set of dynamical references for every channel is obtained by means of a matrix arrangement whose input is the set of signals provided by proportional-integral (PI) blocks applied to each of the input-output errors. Finally, phase-shifted (interleaved) compensating ramps are added to those references. Analysis of dynamics stability is provided by means of an averaged model and direct simulation.
CitationBenadero, L. [et al.]. Single inductor multiple outputs interleaved converters operating in CCM. A: International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference. "13th International Conference on Power Electronics and Motion Control". Poznan: IEEE, 2008, p. 2115-2119.