Designing and developing a power delivery system for a robot, both static or mobile, is challenging as there are several factors that must be taken into consideration. Besides powering a broad variety of loads that could be part of a typical robot, such as high-power artificial intelligence (AI) computing systems, motor drives, sensors, RF communication systems, logic boards, and microprocessors/microcontrollers to name a few, there is also the electro-magnetic interference (EMI) to suppress. EMI problem is natural in such designs because the system is closely-packed and dense and uses high-power switching regulators. As a result, robotics power systems confront many challenges that are unique to these products. Consequently, new approaches are needed to address them.
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