The Center for Power Electronics
and Mixed-Signal IC

Welcome to the website of the Center for Power Electronics and Mixed-Signal IC. We are an academic research group primarily focusing on issues related to modern power management. The research projects of the Center combines interdisciplinary knowledge of Power and Microelectronics, Control (analog and digital), Signal-processing and software programming – all on the same platform. The center's activity also extends to on-chip implementation of both digital, analog and power electronics.

The Center was formed in 2013 by merging the activity of the Power Electronics Laboratory and the VLSI center of the ECE department in Ben-Gurion University. The main aim of this merger is to enhance the quality of basic and applied research as well as the training of the new generation of Electronics engineers out of BGU that are equipped by a broader set of fundamental skills and are oriented toward real-life challenges and product development.

Our work is supported by industry partners as well as by national research funds.


Our training programs include:

• Senior undergraduate project internships (average of 20 students annually)

• MSc and PhD programs with vast range of topics

Take a look at our current research topics

Current Research:

Digital control of power management systems
Integration of digital signal processing in power applications
Renewable energy systems - (panel and cell level)
Energy harvesting applications – Especially biomech harvesting
Pulsed power
Nonlinear power magnetics applications
Magnetic actuation systems
Lighting - Fluorescent, LED, HID

Dr. Mor Mordechai Peretz

Director

Website: http://www.ee.bgu.ac.il/~morp/morp@ee.bgu.ac.il

Staff

Mr. Azrikam Yehieli

yehielli@bgu.ac.il

Practical Engineer

Dr. Michael Evzelman

evzelman@post.bgu.ac.il

Researcher

Ph.D. Students

Mr. Alon Cervera cervera@post.bgu.ac.il

Received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Ben-Gurion University, Israel in 2011 and 2013, respectively. He is currently a senior Ph.D. student at the Center for Power Electronics and Mixed-Signal IC, expecting to graduate in the end of 2017.

Current research interests:
• Advanced topologies for volume-sensitive applications
• Switched-capacitor and switched-resonator converters
• Hybrid architectures for transient mitigation in voltage regulators.

Mr. Or Kirshenboim orkir@post.bgu.ac.il

Born in Haifa, Israel, in 1987. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel, in 2013 and 2015, respectively, where he is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering.

Current research interests:
• High conversion ratio converter topologies
• Digital, non-linear and smart control methods for SMPS
• Hybrid voltage regulation solutions
• Pulsed power applications and batteries balancing topologies

Mr. Eli Abramov eliab@post.bgu.ac.il

Mr. Eli Abramov received his MSc degree in electrical and computer engineering from Ben-Gurion University, Israel in 2016. He is currently pursuing the PhD degree at the Center for Power Electronics and Mixed-Signal IC, also at BGU.

Current research interests:
• power and analog IC
• Mixed-signal integration for power management systems
• Power system on chip and digital implementation

M.Sc. Students

Mr. Alexander Mindel

mindal@post.bgu.ac.il

Current research interests:
• Capacitive Power Transfer
• Magneto-Mechanical Systems

Alumni

Dr. Michael Evzelman (Ph.D.)

Topologies, Losses, and Applications in Switched-Capacitor Converters

Mr. Timur Vekslender (M.Sc.)

Mr. Nadav Dahan (M.Sc.)

Mr. Eli Abramov (M.Sc.)

Efficient power delivery and volume reduction of switched-mode converters IC    PDF

Mr. Yevgeny Lazarev (M.Sc.)

Mr. Ofer Ezra (M.Sc.)

Mr. Or Kirshenboim (M.Sc.)

Efficient energy processing and volume reduction of switched-mode converters    PDF

Ms. Yara Halihal (M.Sc.)

State-space oriented advanced analysis and control methods of switching converters    PDF

Mr. Alon Blumenfeld (M.Sc.)

Issues in design and control of chain connected DC to DC converters for PV systems    PDF

Mr. Alon Cervera (M.Sc.)

Gyrator resonant switched capacitor converter    PDF

Mr. Zeev Rubinshtein (M.Sc.)

Power converter and control for a biomechanical energy harvesting system    PDF (Hebrew)

Mr. Eli Hamo (M.Sc.)

Soft switching of switched-capacitor converters    PDF

Course Number Course Name Link
361.2.2020 Digital Control of Switch-Mode Converters Course site
361.1.3671 Analog Electronic Circuits Video Lectures
361.1.3751 VLSI Design Course site
361.1.4561 Switch Mode DC-DC Converters Course site
Useful Links
PEL site
# Papers in journals PDF
1 S. Ben-Yaakov and M. M. Peretz, “Simulation bits: A SPICE behavioral model of non-linear inductors”, IEEE Power Electronics Society Newsletter, Fourth Quarter, 9-10, 2003. (15 citations; IF NA; NA; NA). INVITED PAPER.
2 S. Ben-Yaakov and M. M. Peretz, “Simulation bits: Some Less Familiar Features of PSpice”, IEEE Power Electronics Society Newsletter, Second Quarter, 16-18 2005. (2 citations; IF NA; NA; NA)
3 M. M. PeretzS and S. Ben-Yaakov, “The Self-Adjusting Current-Fed Push-Pull Parallel Resonant Inverter as a High Frequency AC Bus Driver”, Journal of Science and Engineering, B2, 3-4, 352-364, 2005. (1 citations; IF NA; NA; NA)
4 S. Ben-Yaakov and M. M. Peretz, “A Self-Adjusting Sinusoidal Power Source Suitable for Driving Capacitive Loads”, IEEE Trans, on Power Electronics. Vol. 21, No. 4, 890-898, 2006. (15 citations; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
5 S. Ben-Yaakov and M. M. Peretz, “Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps Driven by Piezoelectric Transformers: Stability Conditions and Thermal Effect”, IEEE Trans, on Power Electronics. Vol. 22, No. 3, 761-768, 2007. (9 citations; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
6 A. Abramovitz and M. M. Peretz, “Effect of the Ripple Current on Power Factor of CRM Boost Apfc”, Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers, Vol. 17, No. 2, 389-398, 2008. (3 citations; IF NA; NA; NA)
7 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Digital control of resonant converters: Resolution effect on frequency limit cycles”, IEEE Trans, on Power Electronics. Vol. 25, No. 10, 1652 - 1661, 2010. (11 citations; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
8 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Time-domain design of digital compensators for PWM DC-DC converters”, IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics. Vol. 27, No. 1, 284 - 293, 2012. (3 citations; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
9 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Time domain identification of PWM converters”, IET Power Electronics. Vol. 5, N. 2, 166 - 172, 2012. (2 citations; IF 1.1; 83/450; Q1)
10 M.M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Digital control of resonant converters: enhancing frequency resolution by dithering”, International Journal of Electronics. 2013. (NA; IF 4.85; 237/450; Q3)
11 M.M. Peretz, B. Merhabad, and A. Prodic, “Hardware-efficient programmable-deviation controller for indirect energy transfer dc-dc converter”. IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics. Vol. 30, No. 6, 3376 - 3388, 2015. (NA; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
12 A. Cervera, M. Evzelman, M.M. Peretz, and S. Ben-Yaakov, “A high efficiency resonant switched capacitor converter with continuous conversion ratio”, IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics . Vol. 30, No. 3, 1373 - 1382, 2015 (NA; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
13 E. Hamo, A. Cervera, and M.M. Peretz, “Multiple Conversion Ratio Resonant Switched-Capacitor Converter with Active Zero Current Detection,” IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics . Vol. 30, No. 4, 2073 - 2083, 2015. (NA; IF 4.85; 15/450; Q1)
14 A. Blumenfeld, A. Cervera, and M.M. Peretz, “Enhanced Differential Power Processor for PV Systems: Resonant Switched-Capacitor Gyrator Converter with Local MPPT”, IEEE Jour. on Emerging Tech in Power Electronics. Vol. 2, No. 4, 883 - 892, 2014. (NA; NA; NA; Q1)
15 E. Hamo, M. Evzelman, and M.M. Peretz, “Modeling and Analysis of Resonant Switched Capacitor Converters with Free-Wheeling ZCS" IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics. Vol. 30, No. 9, 4952 - 4959, 2015. (NA; IF 5.5 ; 6/450; Q1)
16 M. Evzelman and M. M. Peretz, “Optimal Design of a Class-E Resonant Driver”, IET Power Electronics. Vol. 8, No. 8, 1552 - 1557, 2015. (NA; IF 1.1; 83/450; Q1)
17 A. Cervera, M.M. Peretz, “Resonant Switched-Capacitor Voltage Regulator with Ideal Transient Response,” IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics. Vol. 30, No. 9, 4943 - 4951, 2015. (NA; IF 5.5 ; 6/450; Q1).
18 N. Reichbach, M. Mellincovsky, M. M. Peretz and A. Kuperman, “Long-Term Wide-Temperature Supercapacitor Ragone Plot Based on Manufacturer Datasheet,” IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 404-406, March 2016.
19 O. Kirshenboim, M. M. Peretz, “Stability Analysis of Boundary and Hybrid Controllers for Indirect Energy Transfer Converters”, IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics. Vol. 31, No. 4, 3360 - 3371, 2016. (NA; IF 6 ; 3/450; Q1).
20 A. Cervera, Z. Rubinshtein, M. Gad, R. Riemer, M. M. Peretz, “Biomechanical Energy Harvesting System With Optimal Cost-of-Harvesting Tracking Algorithm”, IEEE Jour. on Emerging Tech in Power Electronics. Vol. 4, No. 1, 293 - 302, 2016. (NA; NA; NA; Q1).
21 G. Roizin, O Beeri, M. M. Peretz, and Y. Gelbstein, “Vertical power MOS transistor as a thermoelectric quasi-nanowire device,” Journal of Applied Physics vol. 120, no. 24, pp. 244903, Dec. 2016.
22 O. Kirshenboim, A. Cervera and M. M. Peretz, “Improving loading and unloading transient response of a voltage regulator module using a load-side auxiliary gyrator circuit,” IEEE Transactionsctions on Power Electronicscs, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 1996-2007, Mar. 2017.
23 M. Mellincovsky, V. Yuhimenko, M. M. Peretz and A. Kuperman, “Low-Frequency DC-Link Ripple Elimination in Power Converters With Reduced Capacitance by Multiresonant Direct Voltage Regulation,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, vol. 64, no. 3, pp. 2015-2023, March 2017.
24 O. Kirshenboim and M. M. Peretz, “High efficiency non-isolated converter with very-high step-down conversion ratio,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 32, no. 5, pp. 3683-3690, May. 2017.
25 O. Kirshenboim and M. M. Peretz, “Fast response of deviation-constrained hybrid controllers for indirect energy transfer converters,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (Early Access), Accepted Apr. 2017.
26 A. Cervera; M. Mordechai Peretz; S. Ben-Yaakov, “A Generic and Unified Global-Gyrator Model of Switched-Resonator Converters,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, (Early Access), Accepted Apr. 2017.
# Papers in refereed conference proceedings PDF
1 S. Ben-Yaakov and M. M. Peretz, “A Self-Adjusting Sinusoidal Power Source Suitable for Driving Capacitive Loads”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-04, 1832-1837, Anaheim, 2004. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
2 S. Ben-Yaakov and M. M. Peretz, “Modeling and Behavioral SPICE Simulation of a Self Adjusting Push-Pull Resonant Inverter (SA-CFPPRI)”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, PESC-04, 61-67, Aachen, 2004. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
3 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “The Self-Adjusting Current-Fed Push-PULL Parallel Resonant Inverter as a High Frequency AC Bus Driver” 23rd IEEE Israel Conference IEEEI-04, 52-55, Tel-Aviv, 2004.
4 S. Ben-Yaakov, M. M. Peretz and B. Hesterman “A SPICE Compatible Behavioral Model of a Heated Tungsten Filament” IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference APEC’05, 1079-1084, Austin, Texas, 2005. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
5 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Analysis of the Current-Fed Push-Pull Parallel Resonant Inverter Implemented with Unidirectional Switch”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, PESC-05.
6 S. Ben-Yaakov, M.M. Peretz, and S. Lineykin, “Stability of cold cathode fluorescent lamps driven by piezoelectric transformers”. IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-2006, 1517-1522, Dallas, Texas, 2006. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
7 M.M. Peretz, S. Ben-Yaakov, “Thermal effects on the stability of piezoelectric transformers based ballasts for cold cathode fluorescent lamps”. IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, PESC-2006, 2328-2334, Jeju, Korea, 2006.
8 M.M. Peretz, S. Ben-Yaakov, “Investigation of Time Domain Design of Digital Controllers for PWM Converters”, 24th IEEE Israel Conference IEEEI-06, 300 – 304, Eilat, 2006.
9 S. Ben-Yaakov, M.M. Peretz, J. M. Parra Sr. , J. M. Parra Jr. , “Self-Oscillating Constant-Current Fluorescent Lamp Driver”, 24th IEEE Israel Conference IEEEI-06, 32-36, Eilat, 2006.
10 M.M. Peretz, S. Ben-Yaakov, “Time Domain Design of Digital Controllers for PWM Converters”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-2007, 887 – 893, Anaheim, 2007. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
11 M.M. Peretz, S. Ben-Yaakov, “Time domain identification of PWM converters for digital controllers design”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, PESC-2007, 809-813, Orlando, 2007.
12 S. Ben-Yaakov, M.M. Peretz, J. M. Parra Sr. , J. M. Parra Jr. , “self-oscillating constant-current fluorescent lamp driver: Theory and Application”, IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, PESC-2007, 3093-3099, Orlando, 2007.
13 M.M. Peretz, S. Ben-Yaakov, Revisiting the Closed Loop Response of PWM Converter Controlled by Voltage Feedback, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-2008, Austin, 2008. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
14 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “A Novel time-domain based design of PWM controllers for switch-mode converters and its implementation by the C2000 DSP family”, European DSP Education & Research Symposium, EDERS-2008, 89-96, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2008.
15 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Time-domain identification of PWM converters aided by the C2000 DSP family”. European DSP Education & Research Symposium, EDERS-2008, 185-192, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2008
16 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Digital control of resonant converters: enhancing frequency resolution by dithering”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-2009, Washington, DC, 2009. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
17 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Digital control of resonant converters: frequency limit cycles conditions”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-2009, Washington, DC, 2009. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
18 M. M. Peretz and S. Ben-Yaakov, “A Heuristic Digital Control Method for Optimal Capacitor Charging”, IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Expo, ECCE-2009, 1118-1125, San-Jose, Ca, 2009.
19 S.M. Ahsanuzzaman, T. McRae, M.M. Peretz, and A. Prodic, “Low volume dc-dc converter with adaptive inductor core biasing”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference, APEC-2012,335 – 339, Orlando, FL, 2012. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
20 M.M. Peretz, N. Goyal, M. Chen, and A. Prodic, “A merged-stage high efficiency high power factor HB-LED driver without electrolytic capacitor”. International Exhibition and Conference for Power Electronics, PCIM-2012, 357-364. Nuremberg, Germany, 2012.
21 B. Merhabad, M.M. Peretz, and A. Prodic, “Low volume power supply for vehicular fuel injection systems”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Conference, IECON-2012. Montreal, QC, 2012. (IF 0.28; 248/450; Q2)
22 M. M. Peretz, “Hybrid Control Method for Optimal Transient Response and Output Filter Minimization for Buck-Boost type Converters”, International Exhibition and Conference for Power Electronics, PCIM-2012, Nuremberg, Germany, 2013.
23 E. Hamo, M. M. Peretz, and S. Ben-Yaakov, “Resonant Binary and Fibonacci Switched-Capacitor Bidirectional DC-DC Converter”, IEEE 27th Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel, IEEEI-2012, 1-5, Eilat, Israel, 2012.
24 S.M. Ahsanuzzaman, M.M. Peretz, and A. Prodic, “A novel power management architecture with universal ac-dc adapter support for battery powered applications”. EPE-ECCE 2013.
25 A. Cervera, M. Evzelman, M.M. Peretz, and S. Ben-Yaakov, "A high efficiency resonant switched capacitor converter with continuous conversion ratio, "IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2013.
26 E. Hamo, A. Cervera, and M.M. Peretz, " Multiple Conversion Ratio Resonant Switched-Capacitor Converter with Active Zero Current Detection," IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2013.
27 M. Evzelman and M. M. Peretz, “Optimal Design of a Class-E Resonant Driver”, IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2013.
28 A. Cervera, M.M. Peretz, " Resonant Switched-Capacitor Voltage Regulator with Ideal Transient Response", IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2014. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
29 E. Hamo, M. Evzelman, and M.M. Peretz, "Modeling and Analysis of Resonant Switched Capacitor Converters with Free-Wheeling ZCS" IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2014. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
30 Z. Rubinshtein, M. M. Peretz, and R. Riemer, “Biomechanical energy harvesting”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2014(IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
31 A. Blumenfeld, A. Cervera, and M.M. Peretz, "Enhanced differential power processor for PV systems: Resonant switched-capacitor gyrator converter with local MPPT", IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2014. (IF 0.74; 125/450; Q2)
32 Y. Halihal, Y. Bezdenezhnykh, I. Ozana, and M. M. Peretz, “Full FPGA-Based Design of a PWM/CPM Controller with Integrated High-Resolution Fast ADC and DPWM Peripherals”, IEEE workshop on Control and Modeling in Power Electronics, COMPEL-2014.
33 A. Blumenfeld and M. M. Peretz, “Digital Control of PV Systems: Dynamic-Gain MPPT Algorithm and Effects of Resolution”, IEEE workshop on Control and Modeling in Power Electronics, COMPEL-2014.
34 T. Ben Moha, S. Basovich, M. M. Peretz, S. Arogeti, and Z. Brand, “Digitally Controlled Switch-Mode Power Driver for Active Magnetic Bearings”, IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2014.
35 O. Ezra and M. M. Peretz, “Study of magnetic actuation systems,” Electrical & Electronicscs Engineers in Israel (IEEEI) , pp. 1-5, Dec. 2014.
36 Y. Bezdenezhnykh, T. Vekslender, E. Abramov, Alon Cervera, and M. M. Peretz “Design and IC implementation of a fully digital power management delay-line ADC,” Electrical & Electronicscs Engineers in Israel (IEEEI) , pp. 1-5, Dec. 2014.
37 T. Vekslender, E. Abramov, Y. Bezdenezhnykh, and M. M. Peretz “Full IC design of a PWM controller with integrated high-resolution ADC and DPWM peripherals using digital backend tools,” Electrical & Electronicscs Engineers in Israel (IEEEI) , pp. 1-5, Dec. 2014.
38 O. Ezra and M. M. Peretz, “Combined current sensor and non-invasive displacement measurement for magnetic actuators,” Electrical & Electronicscs Engineers in Israel (IEEEI) , pp. 1-5, Dec. 2014.
39 N. Telzhensky, I. Zeltser, and M. M. Peretz “Simple Method of PV Cells Balancing for Maximum Power Harvesting in Partially Shaded Environment,” Electrical & Electronicscs Engineers in Israel (IEEEI) , pp. 1-5, Dec. 2014.
40 O. Ezra, M. M. Peretz, “Magneto-Electro-Mechanical modeling of magnetic actuation systems”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2015. (IF 1.2; 125/450; Q2).
41 O. Kirshenboim, A. Cervera, M. M. Peretz, “Improving Loading and Unloading Transient Response of a Voltage Regulator Module Using a Load-Side Auxiliary Gyrator Circuit”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2015. (IF 1.2; 125/450; Q2).
42 O. Kirshenboim, M. M. Peretz, “Minimum-Time within a Deviation-Constrained Hybrid Controller for Boost Converters”, IEEE Workshop on Control and Modeling for Power Electronics (COMPEL), Vancouver, Canada, July 2015.
43 E. Abramov, A. Cervera, and M. M. Peretz, “Optimal Design of a Voltage Regulator Based Resonant Switched-Capacitor Converter IC”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2016.
44 I. Zeltser, O. Kirshenboim, N. Dahan, and M. M. Peretz, “ZCS Resonant Converter Based Parallel Balancing of Serially Connected Batteries String”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2016.
45 A. Cervera and M. M. Peretz, “Envelope Tracking Power Supply for Volume-Sensitive Low-Power Applications Based on a Resonant Switched-Capacitor Converter”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2016.
46 O. Kirshenboim, A. Cervera, B. Halivni, E. Abramov, and M. M. Peretz, “Plug-and-Play Electronic Capacitor for VRM Applications”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2016.
47 T. Vekslender, O. Ezra, Y. Bezdenezhnykh, and M. M. Peretz, “Closed-Loop Design and Time-Optimal Control for a Series-Capacitor Buck Converter”, IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conf., APEC-2016.
48 N. Dahan, I. Zeltser, and M. M. Peretz, “Cell-level hybrid architectures for active balancing of serially-connected batteries,” Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronicscs Conf. (APEC) 2017, pp. 2382-2389, Mar. 2017.
49 T. Vekslender, E. Abramov, Y. Lazarev, and M. M. Peretz, “Fully digital controlled average current-mode buck converter IC,” Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronicscs Conf. (APEC) 2017, pp. 2043-2050, Mar. 2017.
50 A. Cervera, S. Ben-Yaakov, and M. M. Peretz “Single-stage switched-resonator converter topology with wide conversion ratio for volume-sensitive applications,” Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronicscs Conf. (APEC) 2017, pp. 1706-1712, Mar. 2017.
51 O. Kirshenboim, Y. Dickstein, A. Shvarchov, I. Zeltser, and M. M. Peretz, “Parallel balancing converter for serially connected batteries string,” Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronicscs Conf. (APEC) 2017, pp. 2091-2096, Mar. 2017.
52 O. Kirshenboim, I. Zeltser, and M. M. Peretz “Non-Isolated parallel balancing converter for serially connected batteries string,” Proc. IEEE Applied Power Electronicscs Conf. (APEC) 2017, pp. 1236-1241, Mar. 2017.
Patents
2013 A. Cervera, A, Blumenfeld, S. Ben-Yaakov, M.M. Peretz, A Peristaltic Power Equalizer, application No. is 61/6fac79,738, USA.
2013 A. Cervera, A, Blumenfeld, S. Ben-Yaakov, M.M. Peretz, Gyrator current source covverter, USA.
2014 M. M. Peretz, A. Prodic, Single-stage high-efficiency high power factor HBLED driver without electrolytic capacitor (Prov.)
2014 M. M. Peretz, Full FPGA-Based Design of a PWM/CPM Controller with Integrated High-Resolution Fast ADC and DPWM Peripherals, 61/994.898, (Prov.)
2014 M. M. Peretz, Improving Loading and Unloading Transient Response of a Voltage Regulator Module Using a Load-Side Auxiliary Gyrator Circuit, 62/048,287, (Prov.)