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John C Gord, Lyle Dean Canfield: Low power rectifier circuit for implantable medical device. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Abraham N Seidman, Bryant R Gold, December 7, 1999: US05999849 (353 worldwide citation)

A low power switched rectifier circuit is realized using P-MOS and N-MOS FET switches that are turned ON/OFF at just the right time by a detector and inverter circuit (which form an integral part of the rectifier circuit) to rectify an incoming ac signal in a highly efficient manner. Parasitic diode ...

Timm A Vanderelli, John G Shearer, John R Shearer: Method and apparatus for a wireless power supply. FireFly Power Technologies, Ansel M Schwartz, April 11, 2006: US07027311 (349 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for a wireless power supply including a mechanism for receiving a range of RF radiation across a collection of frequencies. The apparatus includes a mechanism for converting the RF radiation across the collection of frequencies, preferably at a same time into DC. A method for a wireless ...

Okamura Masaki, Sato Eiji: Voltage converter control apparatus, voltage conversion method, storage medium, program, drive system, and vehicle having the drive system. Toyota Motor, November 3, 2004: EP1473819-A1 (345 worldwide citation)

By using a target voltage Vc* of a capacitor connected to the output side of a DC/DC converter and a voltage Vb of a battery connected to the input side of the DC/DC converter, a duty ratio D (Vb/Vc*) as a drive instruction of the DC/DC converter is calculated (S100, S102). By using the voltage Vb, ...

Peter A Hochstein: Power supply for light emitting diode array. Howard & Howard, August 26, 1997: US05661645 (341 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) for supplying regulated voltage d.c. electrical power to an LED array (12) includes a rectifier (32) responsive to a.c. power for generating rectified d.c. power and a power factor correcting and voltage regulating buck/boost switchmode converter (38) responsive to the rectified d. ...

Fuminori Suzuki, Singo Ichikawa: DC-to-DC Voltage converter. Citizen Watch Company, Jordan and Hamburg, May 29, 1984: US04451743 (289 worldwide citation)

A DC-to-DC voltage converter is disclosed for converting the voltage from a battery to provide a power supply voltage whose value can be equal to the battery voltage multiplied by or divided by a non-integral factor, e.g. 2/3. The converter operates on the principle of capacitor charge switching, an ...

Takao Myono: Multi-stage switched capacitor DC-DC converter. Sanyo Electric, Fish & Richardson P C, December 21, 2004: US06834001 (272 worldwide citation)

A three-stage switched capacitor DC-DC converter capable of generating an output boosted voltage in increments of less than power supply voltage. A first stage of the DC-DC converter comprises two capacitors and three switches, which alternate a connection of the two capacitors. The two capacitors a ...

Aaron M Schultz, Charles R Sullivan: Voltage converter with coupled inductive windings, and associated methods. Volterra, Curtis A Vock Esq, Lathrop & Gage L C, March 26, 2002: US06362986 (254 worldwide citation)

A DC-to-DC converter generates an output voltage from an input voltage. The converter includes first and second inductive windings and a magnetic core. One end of the first winding is switched at about 180 degrees out of phase with one end of the second winding, between ground and the input voltage. ...

David W Baarman: Adaptive inductive power supply. Access Business Group International, Warner Norcross & Judd, May 1, 2007: US07212414 (252 worldwide citation)

A contactless power supply has a dynamically configurable tank circuit powered by an inverter. The contactless power supply is inductively coupled to one or more loads. The inverter is connected to a DC power source. When loads are added or removed from the system, the contactless power supply is ca ...

Robert J Huljak, Stephen F Newton, Kenneth A Wallace: FET power converter with reduced switching loss. International Business Machines Corporation, John J McArdle Jr, February 23, 1988: US04727308 (246 worldwide citation)

A DC to DC power converter having reduced switching loss for operation at high frequencies. As disclosed, a buck, or forward, converter includes a first FET as the switching device in series with an inductor and a second FET as the flywheel device. At the common node to which the two FET's and the i ...