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HADOOP TECHNOLOGY

Internet of Things and Data Analytics Handbook, None

This chapter provides some clarity around core Hadoop technologies. Hadoop has become a collection of many things‐an ecosystem of open‐source components. The chapter talks about around the general Hadoop architecture as well as the two primary components of Hadoop: compute and storage. The Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is the storage component and along with resource negotiation via Yet Another ...


Techniques used for isolation amplifiers

1991 IEE Colloquium on Measurement Techniques for Power Electronics, 1991

The increasing use today of switch mode techniques for power control and conversion have increased the requirements such that both voltage and current from DC to high frequency need to be measured. A commonly encountered problem is the direct on line power supply. The incoming mains supply is bridge rectified, smoothed by a large capacitor and the resulting DC used ...


Soft magnetic amorphous alloys for high frequency applications

IEE Colloquium on Magnetic Ribbons and Wires in Power, Electronic and Automotive Applications, 1990

Summary form only given. The author describes some of the commercial applications of ferromagnetic amorphous ribbons, cores and components in electronics industry. Topics discussed are magnetic cores with low losses and particularly designed hysteresis loops for inductive components, for example in switched-mode power supplies, in magnetic switches for pulse compression in power sources or in digital communication systems.<>


Techniques used for isolation amplifiers

1992 IEE Colloquium on Measurement Techniques for Power Electronics, 1992

The increasing use today of switch mode techniques for power control and conversion have increased the requirements such that both voltage and current from DC to high frequency need to be measured. A commonly encountered problem is the direct on line power supply. The incoming mains supply is bridge rectified, smoothed by a large capacitor and the resulting DC used ...


Concurrent programming and simulation of decoupled power electronic circuits

IEE Proceedings - Science, Measurement and Technology, 1996

The authors describe the parallel simulation of a multistage power electronic circuit using the transmission line modelling (TLM) method. In this approach, a large stiff circuit can be decoupled into smaller subcircuits by TLM links. Each subcircuit is then formulated with a small system matrix and simulated in one program module. The overall simulation is done by running all the ...


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IEEE.tv Videos

Why Power Supplies Fail: A Real World Analysis - David Hill at APEC 2016
Envelope Tracking and Energy Recovery Concepts for RF Switch-mode Power Amplifiers
Co-design of Power Amplifier and Dynamic Power Supplies for Radar and Communications Transmitters
Breaking Speed Limits with GaN Power ICs - Dan Kinzer at APEC 2016
APEC 2011-GaN Based Power Devices in Power Electronics
Next Generation Power Supplies - APEC 2016
IMS 2014: Broadband Continuous-mode Power Amplifiers
High Efficiency Supply-Modulated RF Power Amplifier for Handset Applications
Transphorm: GaN Champions
ECCE Plenary: Pedro Ray, part 1
A 32GHz 20dBm-PSAT Transformer-Based Doherty Power Amplifier for MultiGb/s 5G Applications in 28nm Bulk CMOS: RFIC Interactive Forum 2017
ECCE Plenary: Pedro Ray, part 2
What is the PSMA Power Technology Roadmap? APEC 2013 KeyTalk with Eric Persson
1.04 - 4V Digital-Intensive Dual-Mode BLE5.0/IEEE802.15.4 Transceiver SOC - N.S. Kim - RFIC 2019 Showcase
Challenges Associated with VHF Power Conversion - Anthony Sagneri at APEC 2016
Marian P. Kazmierkowski receives the IEEE Medal in Power Engineering - Honors Ceremony 2017
KeyTalk with Vatche Vorperian: A Historical Perspective of the Development of the PWM Switch Model - APEC 2017
A Ka-Band 4-Ch Bi-Directional CMOS T/R Chipset for 5G Beamforming System: RFIC Interactive Forum 2017
An Ultra-Wideband Low-Power ADPLL Chirp Synthesizer with Adaptive Loop Bandwidth in 65nm CMOS: RFIC Interactive Forum
Resonant Power Supply: NXP

IEEE-USA E-Books

  • HADOOP TECHNOLOGY

    This chapter provides some clarity around core Hadoop technologies. Hadoop has become a collection of many things‐an ecosystem of open‐source components. The chapter talks about around the general Hadoop architecture as well as the two primary components of Hadoop: compute and storage. The Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) is the storage component and along with resource negotiation via Yet Another Resource Negotiator (YARN), and administration via Ambari, storage represents a core Hadoop component. Hadoop experts view YARN as the operating system for Hadoop. YARN fences off resources between tasks and allows for multiple data access patterns including batch, interactive, and streaming. Following are YARN's primary components: ResourceManager; NodeManager; ApplicationMaster; and Containers. MapReduce (MR) was key in the development of Hadoop as a data processing platform, but the majority of experts agree that MR as a useful data access method for modern data applications may be reaching the end of its life cycle.

  • Techniques used for isolation amplifiers

    The increasing use today of switch mode techniques for power control and conversion have increased the requirements such that both voltage and current from DC to high frequency need to be measured. A commonly encountered problem is the direct on line power supply. The incoming mains supply is bridge rectified, smoothed by a large capacitor and the resulting DC used to power the switching circuitry. This is all elegantly simple except that the negative rail is superimposed on a 350 v half sine wave and all the control signals which are only a few volts in amplitude are swamped. Enter the isolation amplifier. Modern isolation amplifiers have become quite sophisticated devices mainly because of the difficulties of transferring the DC component of the signal across the isolation barrier. Several methods in use to overcome this problem are discussed.<>

  • Soft magnetic amorphous alloys for high frequency applications

    Summary form only given. The author describes some of the commercial applications of ferromagnetic amorphous ribbons, cores and components in electronics industry. Topics discussed are magnetic cores with low losses and particularly designed hysteresis loops for inductive components, for example in switched-mode power supplies, in magnetic switches for pulse compression in power sources or in digital communication systems.<>

  • Techniques used for isolation amplifiers

    The increasing use today of switch mode techniques for power control and conversion have increased the requirements such that both voltage and current from DC to high frequency need to be measured. A commonly encountered problem is the direct on line power supply. The incoming mains supply is bridge rectified, smoothed by a large capacitor and the resulting DC used to power the switching circuitry. This is all elegantly simple except that the negative rail is superimposed on a 350 V half sine wave and all the control signals which are only a few volts in amplitude are swamped. Enter the isolation amplifier. Modern isolation amplifiers have become quite sophisticated devices mainly because of the difficulties of transferring the DC component of the signal across the isolation barrier. Several methods to overcome this problem are in use, the most common of which is described.<>

  • Concurrent programming and simulation of decoupled power electronic circuits

    The authors describe the parallel simulation of a multistage power electronic circuit using the transmission line modelling (TLM) method. In this approach, a large stiff circuit can be decoupled into smaller subcircuits by TLM links. Each subcircuit is then formulated with a small system matrix and simulated in one program module. The overall simulation is done by running all the program modules in parallel. This parallel simulation allows significant speed improvements over normal sequential simulation, as shown by the results of numerical experimentation.

  • Single ended resonant power supply for induction heating

    Details are given of a zero current switched Class E prototype power supply suitable for small scale induction heating applications. The unit operates with a maximum frequency of 40 kHz providing a peak output power of 3 kW using a single GTO device.<>

  • Three-phase four wire voltage controlled AC line conditioner with unity input power factor and minimised output voltage harmonics

    The paper presents a new high performance AC line conditioner isolating any configuration of nonlinear loads for three-phase four wire applications. The proposed conditioner is composed of a switch mode rectifier (SMR) and a ROM based sinusoidal pulse width modulation (SPWM) inverter. The three-phase half bridge type SMR operates under voltage mode control. No current sensing is required. The inverter is also a half bridge type controlled by a ROM based SPWM modulator. Preoptimised SPWM control patterns rejecting the effects of DC link voltage ripples and dead times are programmed. Owing to the nature of the three-phase scheme, the voltage imbalance problem between the DC link capacitors can be lessened. High quality three-phase AC outputs can be obtained while nearly sinusoidal input currents are drawn.<>

  • High-voltage power ICs for motor drives and power supplies

    Using new high-voltage integrated circuit (HVIC) technology, a number of integrated circuits have been developed for use in switched-mode power conversion and motor control. These devices have a voltage rating adequate for operation from rectified mains supply. The HVIC technology allows the monolithic integration of power devices, logic circuits and small-signal analog circuits. The analog and digital signal processing is achieved with accuracy and reliability despite the high values of dv/dt and di/dt associated with power switching. Another important feature of these devices is level shifting, whereby signals are conveyed reliably to and from sections of the circuit which are at a high voltage with respect to ground, and which may experience very high values of dv/dt. Furthermore, since the device is required to block high voltage, the field termination and package isolation must meet the necessary standards of integrity and reliability.<>

  • Improvement of Active Power Factor Correction Circuit for Switch Mode Power Supply Using Fly Back and Boost Topology

    At present there is expanding requests of high power component and low total harmonic distortion (THD) in the current drawn from the source. Additionally there is a necessity of good power quality. Striking endeavors have been made for the improvement of the PFC converters. This paper aims to improve the power factor near to unity by using Fly Back Topology and Boost topology. Fly Back topology is called an isolated topology due to the use of transformer. It begins with simple circuits with a gradual increase in complexity by inclusion of new components and their subsequent effects on the current and voltage waveforms. The advantages of this method are fast response time, absence of switching problem and correction of power factor efficiently.

  • Three phase high frequency DC-DC convertor

    A three phase system in a high frequency DC-DC convertor is proposed. Potential advantages of such an implementation include smaller magnetic parts, much lower output and input ripple, higher transformer utilisation factor and efficiency, and lower AC voltages for the same DC output voltage. There are also some disadvantages. More switchers and rectifying diodes are required. A three phase transformer and master oscillator at high frequencies are also necessary.<>



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