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  1. Half-Bridge Galvanically-Isolated in Low Voltage, Low Power Application?

    Can a half-bridge configuration, such as the following, be an efficient solution for the following requirement?

    - Galvanic isolation between input and output
    - Input: 12-24V DC
  2. Dual Gate Drivers Can Deliver 5V At 2A Continuous

    Which dual gate drivers can deliver 5V at 2A continuous on each output? Any of these?
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    can the half-bridge driver work without a...

    can the half-bridge driver work without a center-tap, by using appropriate rectifier?
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    is there a special importance for Ct = 1 nF and...

    is there a special importance for Ct = 1 nF and Rt = 7.43 kΩ ? Is this a recommended values? Or just arbitrary example?

    i don't see Max Frequency in Infineon Gate Drivers parametric search. Does...
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    Two-Winding Transformer?

    We only need a unipolar positive DC voltage.
    Can the IRA2153SD work with a simple two-winding transformer and a full-bridge rectifier?
    What are the drawbacks?
    Is there a different Infineon device...
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    Transformer or Coupled Inductor?

    For the circuit below, do you recommend a transformer or coupled inductor?

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    Thx for that!

    Thx for that!
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    IR2153D Max Frequency?

    about the IR2153D.

    On the datasheet there's a chart called "IR2153 RT vs Frequency". It shows frequency as high as 1 MHz.

    But the table called "Electrical Characteristics" says "Oscillator...
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