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Power Management Integrated Circuit Analysis And Design

Author : Wing-Hung Ki
ISBN : 0470827777
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A timely one-stop pioneering book presenting all four major power management integrated circuits Existing analog IC books usually focus on amplifier and comparator designs, with some extend to switched capacitor filter designs and analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters design. There is no book yet on power management integrated circuits. Ki’s book fills the void. This self-contained book discusses all fundamental concepts in switching converters, low dropout regulators, charge pumps and voltage references systematically, and in the context of analog integrated circuit design. Furthermore, concepts are discussed in both qualitative and quantitative aspects. Qualitative understanding is important in getting the essential operation of a circuit, but quantitative analysis supplies the solid foundation on which qualitative discussion is based. First book covering all four major power management circuits All concepts discussed in both qualitative and quantitative aspects Written as a self-contained text – well-organized and systematic Authored by a pioneering scientist in the field Supplementary instructional materials available for lecturers MATLAB simulation code for readers to download and practice on their own

Power Management Techniques For Integrated Circuit Design

Author : Ke-Horng Chen
ISBN : 9781118896839
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book begins with the premise that energy demands are directing scientists towards ever-greener methods of power management, so highly integrated power control ICs (integrated chip/circuit) are increasingly in demand for further reducing power consumption. A timely and comprehensive reference guide for IC designers dealing with the increasingly widespread demand for integrated low power management Includes new topics such as LED lighting, fast transient response, DVS-tracking and design with advanced technology nodes Leading author (Chen) is an active and renowned contributor to the power management IC design field, and has extensive industry experience Accompanying website includes presentation files with book illustrations, lecture notes, simulation circuits, solution manuals, instructors’ manuals, and program downloads

Power Management Integrated Circuits

Author : Mona M. Hella
ISBN : 9781482228946
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Power Management Integrated Circuits and Technologies delivers a modern treatise on mixed-signal integrated circuit design for power management. Comprised of chapters authored by leading researchers from industry and academia, this definitive text: Describes circuit- and architectural-level innovations that meet advanced power and speed capabilities Explores hybrid inductive-capacitive converters for wide-range dynamic voltage scaling Presents innovative control techniques for single inductor dual output (SIDO) and single inductor multiple output (SIMO) converters Discusses cutting-edge design techniques including switching converters for analog/RF loads Compares the use of GaAs pHEMTs to CMOS devices for efficient high-frequency switching converters Thus, Power Management Integrated Circuits and Technologies provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage of this exciting and emerging field of engineering.

Three Dimensional Integrated Circuit Design

Author : Vasilis F. Pavlidis
ISBN : 9780124104846
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Three-Dimensional Integrated Circuit Design, Second Eition, expands the original with more than twice as much new content, adding the latest developments in circuit models, temperature considerations, power management, memory issues, and heterogeneous integration. 3-D IC experts Pavlidis, Savidis, and Friedman cover the full product development cycle throughout the book, emphasizing not only physical design, but also algorithms and system-level considerations to increase speed while conserving energy. A handy, comprehensive reference or a practical design guide, this book provides effective solutions to specific challenging problems concerning the design of three-dimensional integrated circuits. Expanded with new chapters and updates throughout based on the latest research in 3-D integration: Manufacturing techniques for 3-D ICs with TSVs Electrical modeling and closed-form expressions of through silicon vias Substrate noise coupling in heterogeneous 3-D ICs Design of 3-D ICs with inductive links Synchronization in 3-D ICs Variation effects on 3-D ICs Correlation of WID variations for intra-tier buffers and wires Offers practical guidance on designing 3-D heterogeneous systems Provides power delivery of 3-D ICs Demonstrates the use of 3-D ICs within heterogeneous systems that include a variety of materials, devices, processors, GPU-CPU integration, and more Provides experimental case studies in power delivery, synchronization, and thermal characterization

Cmos Integrated Circuit Design For Wireless Power Transfer

Author : Yan Lu
ISBN : 9789811026157
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book presents state-of-the-art analog and power management IC design techniques for various wireless power transfer (WPT) systems. To create elaborate power management solutions, circuit designers require an in-depth understanding of the characteristics of each converter and regulator in the power chain. This book addresses WPT design issues at both system- and circuit-level, and serves as a handbook offering design insights for research students and engineers in the integrated power electronics area.

Power Integrity Analysis And Management For Integrated Circuits

Author : Raj Nair
ISBN : 9780137048281
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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New Techniques and Tools for Ensuring On-Chip Power Integrity—Down to Nanoscale As chips continue to scale, power integrity issues are introducing unexpected project complexity and cost. In this book, two leading industry innovators thoroughly discuss the power integrity challenges that engineers face in designing at nanoscale levels, introduce new analysis and management techniques for addressing these issues, and provide breakthrough tools for hands-on problem solving. Raj Nair and Dr. Donald Bennett first provide a complete foundational understanding of power integrity, including ULSI issues, practical aspects of power delivery, and the benefits of a total power integrity approach to optimizing chip physical designs. They introduce advanced power distribution network modeling, design, and analysis techniques that highlight abstraction and physics-based analysis, while also incorporating traditional circuit- and field-solver based approaches. They also present advanced techniques for floorplanning and power integrity management, and help designers anticipate emerging challenges associated with increased integration. Anasim RLCSim.exe, a new tool for power integrity aware floorplanning, is downloadable for free at anasim.com/category/software. The authors Systematically explore power integrity implications, analysis, and management for integrated circuits Present practical examples and industry best practices for a broad spectrum of chip design applications Discuss distributed and high-bandwidth voltage regulation, differential power path design, and the significance of on-chip inductance to power integrity Review both traditional and advanced modeling techniques for integrated circuit power integrity analysis, and introduce continuum modeling Explore chip, package, and board interactions for power integrity and EMI, and bring together industry best practices and examples Introduce advanced concepts for power integrity management, including non-linear capacitance devices, impedance modulation, and active noise regulation Power Integrity Analysis and Management for Integrated Circuits’ coverage of both fundamentals and advanced techniques will make this book indispensable to all engineers responsible for signal integrity, power integrity, hardware, or system design—especially those working at the nanoscale level.

Thermal And Power Management Of Integrated Circuits

Author : Arman Vassighi
ISBN : 9780387297491
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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In Thermal and Power Management of Integrated Circuits, power and thermal management issues in integrated circuits during normal operating conditions and stress operating conditions are addressed. Thermal management in VLSI circuits is becoming an integral part of the design, test, and manufacturing. Proper thermal management is the key to achieve high performance, quality and reliability. Performance and reliability of integrated circuits are strong functions of the junction temperature. A small increase in junction temperature may result in significant reduction in the device lifetime. This book reviews the significance of the junction temperature as a reliability measure under nominal and burn-in conditions. The latest research in the area of electro-thermal modeling of integrated circuits will also be presented. Recent models and associated CAD tools are covered and various techniques at the circuit and system levels are reviewed. Subsequently, the authors provide an insight into the concept of thermal runaway and how it may best be avoided. A section on low temperature operation of integrated circuits concludes the book.

High Performance Integrated Circuit Design

Author : Emre Salman
ISBN : 9780071635769
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The latest techniques for designing robust, high performance integrated circuits in nanoscale technologies Focusing on a new technological paradigm, this practical guide describes the interconnect-centric design methodologies that are now the major focus of nanoscale integrated circuits (ICs). High Performance Integrated Circuit Design begins by discussing the dominant role of on-chip interconnects and provides an overview of technology scaling. The book goes on to cover data signaling, power management, synchronization, and substrate-aware design. Specific design constraints and methodologies unique to each type of interconnect are addressed. This comprehensive volume also explains the design of specialized circuits such as tapered buffers and repeaters for data signaling, voltage regulators for power management, and phase-locked loops for synchronization. This is an invaluable resource for students, researchers, and engineers working in the area of high performance ICs. Coverage includes: Technology scaling Interconnect modeling and extraction Signal propagation and delay analysis Interconnect coupling noise Global signaling Power generation Power distribution networks CAD of power networks Techniques to reduce power supply noise Power dissipation Synchronization theory and tradeoffs Synchronous system characteristics On-chip clock generation and distribution Substrate noise in mixed-signal ICs Techniques to reduce substrate noise

Cmos Analog Integrated Circuits

Author : Tertulien Ndjountche
ISBN : 9781351833189
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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High-speed, power-efficient analog integrated circuits can be used as standalone devices or to interface modern digital signal processors and micro-controllers in various applications, including multimedia, communication, instrumentation, and control systems. New architectures and low device geometry of complementary metaloxidesemiconductor (CMOS) technologies have accelerated the movement toward system on a chip design, which merges analog circuits with digital, and radio-frequency components. CMOS: Analog Integrated Circuits: High-Speed and Power-Efficient Design describes the important trends in designing these analog circuits and provides a complete, in-depth examination of design techniques and circuit architectures, emphasizing practical aspects of integrated circuit implementation. Focusing on designing and verifying analog integrated circuits, the author reviews design techniques for more complex components such as amplifiers, comparators, and multipliers. The book details all aspects, from specification to the final chip, of the development and implementation process of filters, analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), phase-locked loops (PLLs), and delay-locked loops (DLLs). It also describes different equivalent transistor models, design and fabrication considerations for high-density integrated circuits in deep-submicrometer process, circuit structures for the design of current mirrors and voltage references, topologies of suitable amplifiers, continuous-time and switched-capacitor circuits, modulator architectures, and approaches to improve linearity of Nyquist converters. The text addresses the architectures and performance limitation issues affecting circuit operation and provides conceptual and practical solutions to problems that can arise in the design process. This reference provides balanced?coverage of theoretical and practical issues that will allow the reader to design CMOS analog integrated circuits with improved electrical performance. The chapters contain easy-to-follow mathematical derivations of all equations and formulas, graphical plots, and open-ended design problems to help determine most suitable architecture for a given set of performance specifications. This comprehensive and illustrative text for the design and analysis of CMOS analog integrated circuits serves as a valuable resource for analog circuit designers and graduate students in electrical engineering.

Power Management Integrated Circuits Design Functionality Analysis And Applications

Author : Zheng Li
ISBN : 0542483106
Genre : Electrical engineering
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Power management is playing a significant role in modern electronics. Good power management is especially important for portable devices that rely on batteries. By smartly managing how the power is directed to different components of a system, e.g., reducing power to components that are not being used, the efficiency as well as the battery lifetime can be doubled or tripled. There exists a large family of integrated circuits (IC) that are used for power management, e.g., linear regulators, switching regulators, power controllers, hot swap controllers, etc. The voltage reference is one of the key components in this family. For high precision, the drift of a reference voltage needs to be minimized. This is especially true for the drift caused by temperature variation. This drift can be reduced by means of compensation. High performance of compensation is achieved through curvature correction. A novel approach for curvature compensation is proposed in this work. It is suitable for extra-low-voltage operation with micro power dissipation. The overall performance of reference circuits are characterized by current efficiency, line regulation, load regulation, power supply rejection ratio, and noise in addition to temperature drift. To take into consideration all of these in a functionality analysis, a strategy is developed based on the General Systems Performance Theory. In this strategy, each aspect of performance is evaluated based on the fact how well this aspect of performance satisfies the predetermined task demands. Then all these individual evaluation results are combined to represent the overall performance. The line regulations performance in the designed reference circuits are improved by introducing a linear voltage regulator. The error amplifier is one of the critical elements in the linear regulator. It needs to have high current driving capability as well as high efficiency. Thus error amplifiers are designed with class AB output stages. Finally the noisy raw supply voltages go through the designed linear regulator before being fed to the reference circuits, and the line regulation performance is enhanced dramatically. Also the linear regulator is applied to a variable gain amplifier to reduce the dependence of gain on power supply voltage.

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