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By  applying a positive  output  pulse  of the pulse  width modulator to  the  transistor Q1 it gets turned on.  An input  current  in flows  through Vin  Q1 inductor L and then  divides into two  parts one flows  through  capacitor C and other  through load.

In this  mode  inductance stores  the energy and induced voltage in inductor  bunks the input  voltage.

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