## What is/are Multiphase Buck?

Multiphase Buck - xV multiphase buck VRM that drives an array of 7 DDR4 load modules, accommodating 100A load transients with transition rate of 2000A/us, demonstrating minimum-deviation load recovery as well as ace steady-state target tracking.^{[1]}The coupling coefficient of the HMCI was easily adjustable to meet various requirements for high-frequency interleaved multiphase buck converters.

^{[2]}Design equations for interleaved multiphase buck converters based on these models are streamlined and summarized, and a simplified equation showing the relationships between current ripple with and without coupling is presented.

^{[3]}The second-stage multiphase buck converter also exhibits flat high-efficiency characteristics through phase shedding.

^{[4]}This article proposes a dynamic bus voltage transition method in a two-stage multiphase buck converter for 48-V-to-point-of-load (PoL) applications.

^{[5]}A brief analysis of the multiphase buck converter power efficiency in both continuous conduction mode (CCM) and discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) is performed to provide design guidelines for minimizing power losses.

^{[6]}Working of a multiphase buck converter with phase shedding is modelled and verified using Matlab/Simulink software.

^{[7]}By merging a switched-capacitor circuit with a multiphase buck circuit, the 3D LEGO-PoL converter offers reduced device stress and minimized magnetic size, and enables soft switching, soft charging, voltage balancing, and current sharing.

^{[8]}A multiphase buck converter provides point-of-load regulation.

^{[9]}The inductance dual model is particularly suited to the design of high-density, low-loss coupled inductors for multiphase buck converters.

^{[10]}This paper introduces a plug-and-play sensing circuitry and controller to enable optimal transient recovery in high-end single-phase and multiphase buck converter VRMs.

^{[11]}This paper presents a comparative case study of single phase and multiphase buck DC-DC converters for driving Li-Fi systems.

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## Interleaved Multiphase Buck

The coupling coefficient of the HMCI was easily adjustable to meet various requirements for high-frequency interleaved multiphase buck converters.^{[1]}Design equations for interleaved multiphase buck converters based on these models are streamlined and summarized, and a simplified equation showing the relationships between current ripple with and without coupling is presented.

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## Stage Multiphase Buck

The second-stage multiphase buck converter also exhibits flat high-efficiency characteristics through phase shedding.^{[1]}This article proposes a dynamic bus voltage transition method in a two-stage multiphase buck converter for 48-V-to-point-of-load (PoL) applications.

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## multiphase buck converter

The coupling coefficient of the HMCI was easily adjustable to meet various requirements for high-frequency interleaved multiphase buck converters.^{[1]}Design equations for interleaved multiphase buck converters based on these models are streamlined and summarized, and a simplified equation showing the relationships between current ripple with and without coupling is presented.

^{[2]}The second-stage multiphase buck converter also exhibits flat high-efficiency characteristics through phase shedding.

^{[3]}This article proposes a dynamic bus voltage transition method in a two-stage multiphase buck converter for 48-V-to-point-of-load (PoL) applications.

^{[4]}A brief analysis of the multiphase buck converter power efficiency in both continuous conduction mode (CCM) and discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) is performed to provide design guidelines for minimizing power losses.

^{[5]}Working of a multiphase buck converter with phase shedding is modelled and verified using Matlab/Simulink software.

^{[6]}A multiphase buck converter provides point-of-load regulation.

^{[7]}The inductance dual model is particularly suited to the design of high-density, low-loss coupled inductors for multiphase buck converters.

^{[8]}This paper introduces a plug-and-play sensing circuitry and controller to enable optimal transient recovery in high-end single-phase and multiphase buck converter VRMs.

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