A Hybrid Equivalent Model of High Frequency Planar Transformer
Herein, a hybrid modeling approach (partly electrical, partly magnetic) for the high frequency planar transformer is proposed. The analytical model is derived directly from the layout, the dimensions and magnetic materials properties. Firstly, each winding layer section is represented by a three-port circuit which can form the links between the electrical part and magnetic part. Then the complete model of the planar transformer is obtained by stacking all the equivalent circuits of the winding layer sections, magnetic components and external connections together. An eight-layer planar transformer prototype has been built and tested to verify the model. The experimental results show good agreement with theoretical predictions of the model.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2017
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