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Buck Converter

In buck  converters the output  voltage is  always  less than the  input  voltage. The basic  circuit  of buck converter is shown  in figure. The operation of this  circuit can be divided into two modes. In mode  transistor Q is turned on at t=0 to t=t this time interval from 0 to t1 is ton. In mode 2  transistor is  turned off at t=t to ti=t2 and this time  interval t2- t1is Toff.

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