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``High Frequency Operated Converters Based on Transmission Lines'', IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics. Vol. 11, No. 1, Jan 1996.

A new approach to converter realization is presented. The realization is based on a topology which incorporates transmission lines as its main component. The method may have applications in systems consisting of existing transmission lines, for high frequencies, high energy pulses, spikes and transients. Important advantages of this realization are robust construction and constant conversion ratio, as well as characteristics of resistive load at the input, which enables operation at high frequency. Using this method, pulses of 100V amplitude and 100nsec width were converted, which is similar to operating a converter at 10MHz.


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