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New Converter Circuitry for High Voltage Applications Using Switched Inductor Multilevel Converter Mostafa Mousa, IEEE Student Member, Mahrous E. Ahmed, IEEE Member, and Mohamed Orabi, IEEE Senior Member, APEARC, Aswan Faculty of Engineering, South Valley University, Egypt [email protected]

Abstract- This paper presents an analysis and design of a high voltage gain DC-DC converter. This converter is a single stage DC-DC multilevel boost converter

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voltage gain conversion ratio. It is called a Switched Inductor Multilevel Boost Converter (SIMLBC). It converts a low voltage

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TABLE 2: COMPARISON BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL BOOST

TABLE 3: COMPARISON BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL BOOST

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