FSC stands for Fibonnacci switched-capacitor converter. FSC converters are capable of step-up (boost), step-down (buck) and invert the input voltage. First FSC was proposed in 1991 by F. Ueno et al. , and followed by a groundbreaking proof done by M. S. Makowski et al. in . After almost 22 years, a generilized equation was proposed by Y. Mahnashi et al. , which establishes the foundation to perform FSC synthesis.
FSC Synthesizer© is an open-source that helps the user to synthesize FSC to perform any voltage-conversion.
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 F. Ueno, T. Inoue, I. Oota and I. Harada, "Emergency power supply for small computer systems," ISCAS 1991
 M. S. Makowski and D. Maksimovic, "Performance limits of switched-capacitor DC-DC converters," PESC 1995
 Y. Mahnashi and F. Z. Peng, "Generalization of the Fundamental Limit Theory in a Switched-Capacitor Converter," TPEL 2017