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This is a great course to get a basic foundation of bode plot techniques and fundamental control theory in relation to power converter design.
I spent enormous amount of time figuring out some assignment questions. Hope the idea of these practices makes sense in the industry.
Along with the asymptotic bode plot it could have been nice if bode plot thru simulation could have been introduced with the help of Matlab/python (preferably python, as its open source tool)
This is the important part of converters to learn.It shows how much complex the systems will be and shows how can we minimize complexity by taking approximations.