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Using the boost circuit in consumer electronics applications

In the past, due to technical constraints, the only way to change the voltage level was by using multiple resistors to divide it. However, this method is inefficient for two main reasons: one, it only reduces the voltage but does not increase it; and two, much of the energy dissipates in resistance during the change.

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