Methods And Apparatuses For Stable Control In Power Converters

Apparatus and associated methods relate to modulating the frequency of a switch signal to achieve a fast transient response while holding the average frequency constant over a predetermined number of N cycles. In an illustrative example, a quantum charge modulator may include a compensation processor configured to compensate an error signal and generate a compensation signal by performing operations to maintain an average switching frequency over the N cycles in response to the transient. The compensation signal may be a function of a real phase deviation ΔTSW between a stable pulse modulated signal having a cycle period TSW before the transient and a measured pulse modulated signal having a cycle period TSW_M after the transient. A forgetting factor may be used to calculate the phase deviations. The quantum charge modulator may provide a compensation free, stable, and high performance response over power stage component changes.

Apparatus and associated methods relate to modulating polarity on sample outputs from a time-interleaved analog-to-digital converter (TIADC) as an input to a time skew extractor in a clock skew calibration control loop. In an illustrative

Apparatus and associated methods relate to a wearable compression therapy system for ambulatory therapy, the system including a wearable garment having one or more inflatable chambers, and a pneumatic engine locally coupled to the garment

Apparatus and associated methods relate to configuring a network remote from a user’s personal network, with parameters governing the user’s personal network, in response to user activity, and at a location and time based on

An integrated circuit (IC) includes an encoder circuit. The encoder circuit includes an encoding input configured to receive an input message including one or more data symbols. Each data symbol has N bits and N