ICD Develops Advanced Power Conversion Methodology

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ICD is bringing to market a new patent-pending power conversion methodology using Extrapolative Conductance Mode Control (ECMC(TM)). ECMC(TM) enables power conversion with high signal-to-noise ratio current sensing, minimal sense-element losses, and operation for duty cycles greater than 50% without the need for slope compensation.

Integrated Circuit Designs, Inc. (ICD) is bringing to market a new patent-pending power conversion methodology using Extrapolative Conductance Mode Control (ECMC(TM)). ICD's Extrapolative Conductance Mode Control has been in development for five years, and enables power conversion with high signal-to-noise ratio current sensing, minimal sense-element losses, and operation for duty cycles greater than 50% without the need for slope compensation. Extrapolative Conductance Mode Control is a cost effective, low noise, efficient and reliable power conversion solution.

"ICD's mission is to develop and bring to market innovative technologies for the national and international electronics community that will positively impact those customers who require cost effective and highly efficient power conversion solutions," said Edward Chalfin, President and founder of ICD.

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ICD is a leading independent provider of high-value analog, RF, mixed signal and power management IC design services and IP. Since its founding in 1995, ICD has taped out over 80 designs to fab for more than 35 fabless, integrated and OEM customers. ICD is located in Ellicott City, Maryland and serves a worldwide customer base.

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