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Selecting Your Boost Converter Inductance
1/3/2014

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Figure 2. Example LED boost converter design always operates in CCM and with a constant load.
Figure 2. Example LED boost converter design always operates in CCM and with a constant load.

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William K.
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Interesting post indeed.
William K.   1/6/2014 1:04:26 PM
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This is an interesting post and it conveys a useful insight about an area that I had not considered. So I learned something worthwhile today. THANKS.

Rob Spiegel
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Good technical informatioin
Rob Spiegel   1/3/2014 2:48:11 PM
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Nice technical post, John. It's always good to see some hard technical info in the Design News coverage.

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