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Author Lu, Yan.

Title Selected Topics in Power, RF, and Mixed-Signal ICs.

Imprint Bloomfield : River Publishers, 2017.

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Description 1 online resource (356 pages)
Series Tutorials in Circuits and Systems Ser.
Tutorials in Circuits and Systems Ser.
Contents Front Cover; Half Title Page -- Selected Topicsin Power, RF, and Mixed-Signal ICs; Full Title Page -- Tutorials in Circuits and Systems; Copyright Page; Table of contents; Introduction; Chapter 1 -- Very-High-Frequency and Fast-Transient DC-DC Switching Converters, by Wing-Hung Ki and Lin Cheng; 1. Outline; 2. Why VHF Switching Converters; 3. Voltage-Mode Buck Converter; 4. Conduction Loss of Buck Converter; 5. Switching Loss and Efficiency; 6. Switching Converter Efficiency: Example; 7. Switching Converter Speed; 8. Frequency Domain: Loop-Gain Functions.
9. T(s) of Voltage-Mode CCM Converters10. Voltage-Mode Converter: Loop Gain Function; 11. Voltage-Mode Converter: Bandwidth Limitation; 12. Voltage-Mode Buck: T(s) with RÎ;́ 13. Voltage-Mode Buck: Dominant-Pole Compensation; 14. Current-Mode Buck with Compensation Ramp; 15. Current-Mode Buck: T(s) (1); 16. Current-Mode Buck: T(s) (2); 17. Current-Mode Buck: Bandwidth Limitation; 18. Current-Mode Buck: Dominate-Pole Compensation (1); 19. Current-Mode Buck: Dominate-Pole Compensation (2); 20. Current-Mode Buck: Pole-Zero Cancellation (1).
21. Current-Mode Buck: Pole-Zero Cancellation (2)22. VM Buck UGF Extension: Highpass Notch (1); 23. VM Buck UGF Extension: Highpass Notch (2); 24. VM Buck UGF Extension: Variable Ramp (1); 25. VM Buck UGF Extension: Variable Ramp (2); 26. VM Buck UGF Extension: Variable Ramp (3); 27. Speed Considerations in Time Domain; 28. Load Change Under Hysteretic Control; 29. Slew Rate of Inductor Current; 30. Fast Line Transient: One-Cycle Control; 31. Integrated Buck Converter with One-Cycle Control; 32. Reference Tracking: End Point Prediction (1).
33. Reference Tracking: End Point Prediction (2)34. Reference Tracking: Max Charging Current Control (1); 35. Reference Tracking: Max Charging Current Control (2); 36. Fast Load Transient: V2 Control; 37. Basic Principle of V2 Control; 38. Implementation of V2 Control; 39. V2 Control with Derivative of Output Voltage; 40. V2 Control using dVo/dt: Control Scheme; 41. V2 Control with RC Filter (1); 42. V2 Control with RC Filter (2); 43. V2 Control with RC Filter (3); 44. Quasi-V2 Control; 45. Hysteretic Quasi-V2 Control; 46. Hysteretic Control does not need Compensation Ramp.
47. Adaptive Delay Control48. Hysteretic Quasi-V2 Converter with Digital Adaptive Delay; 49. Digital Adaptive Delay Control; 50. Load Transient Response (D=0.3); 51. Load Transient Response (D=0.7); 52. Switching Frequency Stability; 53. Example 1: iLightâ#x80;#x99;s LEDoS; 54. Conceptual On-Chip LED Module; 55. L â#x80;#x93;fs Consideration; 56. L â#x80;#x93;fs Consideration: Example; 57. On-Chip Passive Components; 58. Interim Implementation; 59. PMU Layout; 60. LEDoS PMU; 61. Example 2: 30MHz Type III Buck Converter; 62. Controller Considerations; 63. RTCT Oscillator.
Note 64. RTCT Oscillator Operation Principle.
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Subject Electronic circuit design-Software.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Lam, Chi-Seng.
Other Form: Print version: Lu, Yan. Selected Topics in Power, RF, and Mixed-Signal ICs. Bloomfield : River Publishers, ©2017
ISBN 9788793609396
8793609396