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Title: Experimental confirmation of frequency correlation for bifurcation in current-mode controlled buck-boost converters
Authors: Cheng, KWE 
Liu, M
Ho, YL
Issue Date: Dec-2003
Source: IEEE power electronics letters, Dec. 2003, v. 1, no. 4, p. 101-103
Abstract: Frequency scaling in pulse-width modulated buck-boost power converters can be used to predict the first bifurcation point at various frequency operations. This letter first derives novel frequency correlation for the power converter. This is then examined by experimental results at high-frequency operation.
Keywords: Chaos bifurcation
Current control
DC-DC power conversion
Publisher: IEEE
Journal: IEEE power electronics letters 
ISSN: 1540-7985
DOI: 10.1109/LPEL.2004.825548
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