Design and Implementation of Fully-Integrated Inductive DC-DC Converters in Standard CMOS Description
Monolithic inductive Direct-Current to Direct-Current (DC-DC) converters are the subject of the extensive dissertation CMOS DC-DC Converters. Seven chapters are specified for this goal, starting at the very beginning, to give the designer a detailed understanding of the design and implementation of monolithic inductive DC-DC converters.
Here’s what you will learn in this book:
- A solid but thorough theoretical foundation on switched-mode DC-DC converters provides the designer with the knowledge they need to comprehend the basic concepts and constraints of several DC-DC converter types, including linear converters, charge-pump converters, and inductive converters.
- A broad knowledge base to match the design restrictions of the converter is provided by an overview and comparison of several inductive DC-DC converter types and their interactions with monolithic integration.
- Fully-integrated inductive DC-DC converters are explored using an accurate and quick model that accounts for all key losses in CMOS technologies. The steady-state characteristics, including efficiency, may be predicted with extreme accuracy using this model. Furthermore, despite the multi-dimensional design-space, it enables a quick convergence towards the best design values.
- And much more