Simulation of Push Pull Converter
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It is kind of Buck Converter which is used for high power Application.
Updated 17 Jun 2021
Push-pull Converters distinguishing feature pairs of transistors in a symmetrical push-pull circuit, transistors periodically reverse the current in the transformers by switching on and off units. Therefore, current is drawn from the line during both halves of the switching time. With a single transistor working in the same way, but current is drawn half the time, that is difference between buck-boost converters and push-pull converter. So with this push-pull circuit, push–pull converters have steady input current, create less noise on the input line, and are more efficient in higher power applications.
RAHUL MAURYA (2023). Simulation of Push Pull Converter (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/94220-simulation-of-push-pull-converter), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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