A voltage-mode resonant push-pull converter with magnetic power controllers is investigated for the continuous-conduction-mode concerning the output-inductor current. The output voltage is regulated by the PWM process using magnetic amplifiers with the constant switching frequency. This resonant converter has the prominent features of low noise and high efficiency at high-frequency switching. The static characteristics of this converter are analyzed and experimentally confirmed. The stability and the power efficiency are also examined.
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