Power Factor, the ratio between the real or average power and apparentpower forms a very essential parameter in power system. It is indicative of how effectively the real power of the system has been utilized.With rapid development in power semiconductor devices, the usage of powerelectronic systems has expanded to new and wide application range thatinclude residential, commercial, aerospace and many others. Power electronicinterfaces e.g. switch mode power supplies (SMPS) have proved to be superiorover traditional linear power supplies. However, their non-linear behaviourputs a question mark on their high efficiency. The current drawn by the SMPSsfrom the line is distorted resulting in a high Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)and low Power Factor (PF).Hence, there is a continuous need for power factor improvement andreduction of line harmonics. This project aims at studying different possiblepower factor correction circuits and comparing their efficiencies.In the second part of the project a DC television circuit has been designed. Thesimulation part of the circuits is attached.