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Jakob Døllner Mønster

Civilingeniør i Elektroteknologi

Navn:Mønster, Jakob Døllner
Fødselsdato:10. April 1986
Adresse:Mimersgade 126B, 5. tv., 2200 København N.
Telefon:28741982
E-mail:jakobmoenster@gmail.com
Hjemmeside:jakobmoenster.dk

Ansættelser

2013 - 2015

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Forskningsassistent

Forskningsområde:

  • VHF konvertere
  • Magetiske strukturer til VHF
  • Sikkerhedsstandarder
2012 - 2013

Delta A/S, Hørsholm

Studenter medhjælper
Elektronik design, PCB layout og idéudviklinger
2007 - present

Hi-Fi Klubben, Lyngby

Sælger

Deltid: Salg, teknisk support, foredragsholder og eventsmanager.

Uddannelse

2010 - 2013

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Kandidat i Elektro Teknologi
Kandidatprojekt: Galvanisk isolering i VHF omformere til elnettet
Vejledere:

  • Arnold Knott, Adjunkt ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Elektro.
  • Mickey P. Madsen, Ph.D student ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Elektro.
  • Milovan Kovacevic, Ph.D student ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Elektro.
  • Fredrik Jeppsson, Field Application Engineer ved Fairchild Semiconductor
2007 - 2010

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Bachelor i Elektro teknologi
Bachelorprojekt: Interleaved self-oscillating amplifier.
Vejledere:

  • Michael A. E. Andersen, Professor ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Elektro.
  • Arnold Knott, Adjunkt ved Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Elektro.
2003 - 2006

Køge Gymnasium

Matematisk student

Højniveaufag: Matematik, samfundsfag

Videnskabelige artikler

Development and verification of printed...

Co-lead author

Authors: Pejtersen, Jens ;  Mønster, Jakob Døllner ; Knott, Arnold

Presented at: 28th Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, Long Beach CA

Abstract: An analytical model of an air core printed circuit board embedded toroidal transformer configuration is presented. The transformer has been developed for galvanic isolation of very high frequency switch-mode dc-dc power converter applications. The theoretical model is developed and verified by comparing calculated parameters with 3D finite element simulations and experimental measurement results. The developed transformer model shows good agreement with the simulated and measured results. The model can be used to predict the parameters of printed circuit board toroidal transformer configurations with a maximum deviation of approximately 22%.

Link to paper

Debugging of Class-D Audio Power Amplifiers

Co-lead author

 

Authors: Crone, Lasse ; Pedersen, Jeppe Arnsdorf ; Mønster, Jakob Døllner ; Knott, Arnold

Part of: Proceedings of the 132nd AES Convention, pages: 8-14, 2012, AES

Abstract: Determining and optimizing the performance of a Class-D audio power amplier can be very dicult without knowledge of the use of audio performance measuring equipment and of how the various noise and distortion sources in uence the audio performance. This paper gives an introduction on how to measure the performance of the amplier and how to nd the noise and distortion sources and suggests ways to remove them. Throughout the paper measurements of a test amplier are presented along with the relevant theory.

Link to paper

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Phone28741982
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