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I am not sure how to create a phase shift in a square wave for this converter. Can someone help me pls.
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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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Which converter?
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the phase shift for dc-dc converter. I have attached the converter circuit and the expected input. v2 is phase shifted by 35 degrees.
Im n0t sure how to write the coding to phase shift the V2


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Interesting forum choice for the question like this... Your teacher don't read this?
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Kari
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