Factorised Power Architecture — achieving high density and efficiency in board-mounted power

Supplied by Vicor Corporation on Monday, 21 October, 2019


Your trending challenges for power system design today include:

* Very high current delivery capacity, from 500 to 2000A.
* Loads requiring high dynamic performance.
* Large PDN losses and impedances.
* Expanding use of the 48V bus infrastructure, requiring a 48V to sub-1V capability.

Solving this high-current and high-density point-of-load (PoL) problem requires a different approach. Learn why factorized power architecture is your solution.


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