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Part Number: TPS23751
We've designed a new product that utilizes the TPS23751PWP. Schematic and layout are very similar to PMP11254 reference design. Test results we've obtained are consistent with the ones included in the reference design. Now, in order to meet the specifications of a device connected to this power supply, we need to minimize the output noise. Less than 10mV should be enough. A simple and effective solution for this can be achieved by using second stage LC output filter. What stability issues we have to take into consideration with this type of controller?
If you add another LC filter to the output, the step response is going to change. The feedback network is optimized for the current output capacitance / inductance.
Therefore, you will also need to redesign the feedback network, at least the poles and zeros.
The following application note has a section on how to design the feedback network for a flyback, which can help you calculate the values needed:
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