Modules / Lectures


Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Lecture 01: Digital Control in Switched Mode Power Converters – Course IntroductionDownload
2Lecture 02: Digital Control of SMPCs – Course Instructions, Guidelines & ResourcesDownload
3Lecture 03: Examples of Some Commercial Digital Control SolutionsDownload
4Lecture 04: Overview of Digital Control Implementation PlatformsDownload
5Lecture 05: Introducing Basic Digitization in Power Electronic ConvertersDownload
6Lecture 06: Recap of Feedback and Feedforward Control Methods in SMPCsDownload
7Lecture 07: Recap of Fixed and Variable Frequency Modulation TechniquesDownload
8Lecture 08: Levels of Digitization in Single-loop Feedback Control in SMPCsDownload
9Lecture 09: Levels of Digitization in Multi-loop Feedback Control in SMPCsDownload
10Lecture 10: SMPC Topologies and Power Stage Design for Hardware DemonstrationsDownload
11Lecture 11: Basics of Sampling under Fixed and Variable Frequency ModulationDownload
12Lecture 12: Voltage Mode Digital Pulse Width Modulators and Sampling MethodsDownload
13Lecture 13: Overview of Digital Pulse Width Modulator ArchitecturesDownload
14Lecture 14: Sampling Methods under Fixed Frequency Current Mode ControlDownload
15Lecture 15: Overview of Fixed Frequency Current Mode Control ArchitecturesDownload
16Lecture 16: Sampling Methods under Constant On/Off- Time Digital ModulationDownload
17Lecture 17: Constant On/Off- Time Mixed-Signal Current Mode Control ArchitecturesDownload
18Lecture 18: Sampling Methods under Digital Hysteresis Control MethodsDownload
19Lecture 19: Overview of Digital Hysteresis Control ArchitecturesDownload
20Lecture 20: Summary of Digital Current Mode Control ArchitecturesDownload
21Lecture 21: Recap of Voltage and Current Mode Control Implementation using MATLABDownload
22Lecture 22: MATLAB Model Development for Basic Digital Control BlocksDownload
23Lecture 23: MATLAB Model Development for Fixed Frequency Digital ControlDownload
24Lecture 24: MATLAB Models for Digital Controllers using Difference EquationsDownload
25Lecture 25: MATLAB Model Development for Digital Voltage Mode ControlDownload
26Lecture 26: MATLAB Model Development for Mixed-Signal Current Mode ControlDownload
27Lecture 27: MATLAB Model Development for Fully Digital Current Mode ControlDownload
28Lecture 28: MATLAB Model Development for Constant-On Time ControlDownload
29Lecture 29: MATLAB Model Development for Constant-Off Time ControlDownload
30Lecture 30: MATLAB Model Development for Digital Current Hysteresis ControlDownload
31Lecture 31: Continuous-Time Small-Signal Modeling under Digital ControlDownload
32Lecture 32: Discrete Time Modeling with Closed Current LoopDownload
33Lecture 33: State-Space Modeling and Steps For Deriving Discrete-Time ModelsDownload
34Lecture 34: Derivation of Discrete-Time Large-Signal ModelsDownload
35Lecture 35: Validation of Discrete-Time Large-Signal Models using MATLAB – Part IDownload
36Lecture 36: Validation of Discrete-Time Large-Signal Models using MATLAB – Part IIDownload
37Lecture 37: Derivation of Discrete-Time Small-Signal Models - IDownload
38Lecture 38: Derivation of Discrete-Time Small-Signal Models - IIDownload
39Lecture 39: Discrete-Time Transfer Functions and Closed Loop Block DiagramsDownload
40Lecture 40: Model Accuracy with MATLAB Case Studies – Comparative StudyDownload
41Lecture 41: Continuous-Time to Discrete-Time Conversion Methods – A SummaryDownload
42Lecture 42: Recap of Frequency Domain Design of Analog VMC and CMCDownload
43Lecture 43: Design under Digital Voltage Mode Control – Frequency Domain ApproachesDownload
44Lecture 44: Design under Digital Current Mode Control – Frequency Domain ApproachesDownload
45Lecture 45: Design Case Study and MATLAB Simulation of Digital Voltage Mode ControlDownload
46Lecture 46: Design Case Study and MATLAB Simulation of Digital Current Mode ControlDownload
47Lecture 47: Time Optimal Control of a Buck Converter and Identifying Performance LimitsDownload
48Lecture 48: Trajectory based CMC Design for Proximate Time Optimal RecoveryDownload
49Lecture 49: Trajectory based Digital CMC Tuning and MATLAB Case StudiesDownload
50Lecture 50: Digital Pulse Skipping Control and MATLAB Simulation Case StudiesDownload
51Lecture 51: Selection of ADC and DAC in Digitally Controlled SMPCsDownload
52Lecture 52: High Frequency Current Sensing Techniques in Digitally Controlled SMPCsDownload
53Lecture 53: Current Sensing Techniques in Digitally Controlled High Power ConvertersDownload
54Lecture 54: Signal Conditioning Circuits and PCB Design for Mixed-Signal ImplementationDownload
55Lecture 55: Reference Power Stage Design and Schematic for Buck and Boost Converters–IDownload
56Lecture 56: Reference Power Stage Design and Schematic for Buck and Boost Converters–IIDownload
57Lecture 57: Step-by-Step Guidelines for Digital Control Implementation using FPGADownload
58Lecture 58: Test and Measurement of a Buck Converter using Digital Storage OscilloscopeDownload
59Lecture 59: Functionalities in Mixed Signal Oscilloscope for Validating Digital ControlDownload
60Lecture 60: Power Spectrum Analysis of SMPCs using Mixed-Signal OscilloscopeDownload
61Lecture 64: Behavioral Modeling in Verilog HDL for Sequential Digital CircuitsDownload
62Lecture 65: Simulation of Verilog-HDL based Design using Xilinx Webpack – IDownload
63Lecture 66: Simulation of Verilog-HDL based Design using Xilinx Webpack – IIDownload
64Lecture 67: Fixed Point Implementation in Embedded Control SystemDownload
65Lecture 68: Fixed Point Arithmetic and Concept of Q FormatDownload
66Lecture 69: Counter-based DPWM with Deadtime and Verilog HDL ProgrammingDownload
67Lecture 70: Simulating Counter-based DPWM with Deadtime using Xilinx ISE SimulatorDownload
68Lecture 71: Top Down Design Methodology in Digital Voltage Mode Control - IDownload
69Lecture 72: Top Down Design Methodology in Digital Voltage Mode Control - IIDownload
70Lecture 73: Digital PID Control Implementation using Verilog HDL ProgrammingDownload
71Lecture 74: Digital PID Controller – Hardware Implementation and Experimental ResultsDownload
72Lecture 75: Top Down Design Methodology in Mixed-Signal Current Mode ControlDownload
73Lecture 76: Top Down Design Method and Verilog HDL Programming of Mixed-Signal CMCDownload
74Lecture 77: Verilog HDL based Digital PI Control Implementation of Mixed-Signal CMCDownload
75Lecture 78: Hardware Implementation of Mixed-Signal CMC and Experimental ResultsDownload
76Lecture 79: Voltage based Digital Pulse Skip Modulation and Top Down Design MethodDownload
77Lecture 80: Implementing Digital Pulse Skip Modulation and Experimental ResultsDownload

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1Lecture 01: Digital Control in Switched Mode Power Converters – Course IntroductionPDF unavailable
2Lecture 02: Digital Control of SMPCs – Course Instructions, Guidelines & ResourcesPDF unavailable
3Lecture 03: Examples of Some Commercial Digital Control SolutionsPDF unavailable
4Lecture 04: Overview of Digital Control Implementation PlatformsPDF unavailable
5Lecture 05: Introducing Basic Digitization in Power Electronic ConvertersPDF unavailable
6Lecture 06: Recap of Feedback and Feedforward Control Methods in SMPCsPDF unavailable
7Lecture 07: Recap of Fixed and Variable Frequency Modulation TechniquesPDF unavailable
8Lecture 08: Levels of Digitization in Single-loop Feedback Control in SMPCsPDF unavailable
9Lecture 09: Levels of Digitization in Multi-loop Feedback Control in SMPCsPDF unavailable
10Lecture 10: SMPC Topologies and Power Stage Design for Hardware DemonstrationsPDF unavailable
11Lecture 11: Basics of Sampling under Fixed and Variable Frequency ModulationPDF unavailable
12Lecture 12: Voltage Mode Digital Pulse Width Modulators and Sampling MethodsPDF unavailable
13Lecture 13: Overview of Digital Pulse Width Modulator ArchitecturesPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14: Sampling Methods under Fixed Frequency Current Mode ControlPDF unavailable
15Lecture 15: Overview of Fixed Frequency Current Mode Control ArchitecturesPDF unavailable
16Lecture 16: Sampling Methods under Constant On/Off- Time Digital ModulationPDF unavailable
17Lecture 17: Constant On/Off- Time Mixed-Signal Current Mode Control ArchitecturesPDF unavailable
18Lecture 18: Sampling Methods under Digital Hysteresis Control MethodsPDF unavailable
19Lecture 19: Overview of Digital Hysteresis Control ArchitecturesPDF unavailable
20Lecture 20: Summary of Digital Current Mode Control ArchitecturesPDF unavailable
21Lecture 21: Recap of Voltage and Current Mode Control Implementation using MATLABPDF unavailable
22Lecture 22: MATLAB Model Development for Basic Digital Control BlocksPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23: MATLAB Model Development for Fixed Frequency Digital ControlPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: MATLAB Models for Digital Controllers using Difference EquationsPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: MATLAB Model Development for Digital Voltage Mode ControlPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26: MATLAB Model Development for Mixed-Signal Current Mode ControlPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27: MATLAB Model Development for Fully Digital Current Mode ControlPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28: MATLAB Model Development for Constant-On Time ControlPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29: MATLAB Model Development for Constant-Off Time ControlPDF unavailable
30Lecture 30: MATLAB Model Development for Digital Current Hysteresis ControlPDF unavailable
31Lecture 31: Continuous-Time Small-Signal Modeling under Digital ControlPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32: Discrete Time Modeling with Closed Current LoopPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: State-Space Modeling and Steps For Deriving Discrete-Time ModelsPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: Derivation of Discrete-Time Large-Signal ModelsPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Validation of Discrete-Time Large-Signal Models using MATLAB – Part IPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: Validation of Discrete-Time Large-Signal Models using MATLAB – Part IIPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: Derivation of Discrete-Time Small-Signal Models - IPDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: Derivation of Discrete-Time Small-Signal Models - IIPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Discrete-Time Transfer Functions and Closed Loop Block DiagramsPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Model Accuracy with MATLAB Case Studies – Comparative StudyPDF unavailable
41Lecture 41: Continuous-Time to Discrete-Time Conversion Methods – A SummaryPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42: Recap of Frequency Domain Design of Analog VMC and CMCPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43: Design under Digital Voltage Mode Control – Frequency Domain ApproachesPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44: Design under Digital Current Mode Control – Frequency Domain ApproachesPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45: Design Case Study and MATLAB Simulation of Digital Voltage Mode ControlPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Design Case Study and MATLAB Simulation of Digital Current Mode ControlPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Time Optimal Control of a Buck Converter and Identifying Performance LimitsPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Trajectory based CMC Design for Proximate Time Optimal RecoveryPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: Trajectory based Digital CMC Tuning and MATLAB Case StudiesPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50: Digital Pulse Skipping Control and MATLAB Simulation Case StudiesPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51: Selection of ADC and DAC in Digitally Controlled SMPCsPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52: High Frequency Current Sensing Techniques in Digitally Controlled SMPCsPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53: Current Sensing Techniques in Digitally Controlled High Power ConvertersPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54: Signal Conditioning Circuits and PCB Design for Mixed-Signal ImplementationPDF unavailable
55Lecture 55: Reference Power Stage Design and Schematic for Buck and Boost Converters–IPDF unavailable
56Lecture 56: Reference Power Stage Design and Schematic for Buck and Boost Converters–IIPDF unavailable
57Lecture 57: Step-by-Step Guidelines for Digital Control Implementation using FPGAPDF unavailable
58Lecture 58: Test and Measurement of a Buck Converter using Digital Storage OscilloscopePDF unavailable
59Lecture 59: Functionalities in Mixed Signal Oscilloscope for Validating Digital ControlPDF unavailable
60Lecture 60: Power Spectrum Analysis of SMPCs using Mixed-Signal OscilloscopePDF unavailable
61Lecture 64: Behavioral Modeling in Verilog HDL for Sequential Digital CircuitsPDF unavailable
62Lecture 65: Simulation of Verilog-HDL based Design using Xilinx Webpack – IPDF unavailable
63Lecture 66: Simulation of Verilog-HDL based Design using Xilinx Webpack – IIPDF unavailable
64Lecture 67: Fixed Point Implementation in Embedded Control SystemPDF unavailable
65Lecture 68: Fixed Point Arithmetic and Concept of Q FormatPDF unavailable
66Lecture 69: Counter-based DPWM with Deadtime and Verilog HDL ProgrammingPDF unavailable
67Lecture 70: Simulating Counter-based DPWM with Deadtime using Xilinx ISE SimulatorPDF unavailable
68Lecture 71: Top Down Design Methodology in Digital Voltage Mode Control - IPDF unavailable
69Lecture 72: Top Down Design Methodology in Digital Voltage Mode Control - IIPDF unavailable
70Lecture 73: Digital PID Control Implementation using Verilog HDL ProgrammingPDF unavailable
71Lecture 74: Digital PID Controller – Hardware Implementation and Experimental ResultsPDF unavailable
72Lecture 75: Top Down Design Methodology in Mixed-Signal Current Mode ControlPDF unavailable
73Lecture 76: Top Down Design Method and Verilog HDL Programming of Mixed-Signal CMCPDF unavailable
74Lecture 77: Verilog HDL based Digital PI Control Implementation of Mixed-Signal CMCPDF unavailable
75Lecture 78: Hardware Implementation of Mixed-Signal CMC and Experimental ResultsPDF unavailable
76Lecture 79: Voltage based Digital Pulse Skip Modulation and Top Down Design MethodPDF unavailable
77Lecture 80: Implementing Digital Pulse Skip Modulation and Experimental ResultsPDF unavailable


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