Learners will design a DC-DC converter that powers USB-C devices (20 V at 3 A) from a dc input voltage source such as a lithium-ion battery pack or a desktop computer power bus. Aspects of the project will include:
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Great course. Thanks to prof Erickson, prof. Maksimovic and prof. Afridi and all the volunteers involved for their effort in making such a wonderful course for the power electronics community.
I will always go back to the lectures of this course and use these principles in my work. Thank you University of Boulder Colorado and Coursera.
I cannot recommend this course as well as the whole specialization enough. Absolute value for the money spent.
Good design projects, but very difficult at some times
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