Analog Ic Design With Low Dropout Regulators Ldos

Author: Gabriel Rincon-Mora
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 007160894X
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Master Analog Integrated-Circuit Design Design, analyze, and build linear low-dropout (LDO) regulator ICs in bipolar, CMOS, and biCMOS semiconductor process technologies. This authoritative guide offers a unique emphasis on embedded LDO design. Through intuitive explanations and detailed illustrations, the book shows how you can put these theories to work creating analog ICs for the latest portable, battery-powered devices. Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators details the entire product development cycle-from defining objectives and selecting components to blueprinting, assembling, and fine-tuning performance. Work with semiconductors, employ negative feedback, handle fluctuating loads, and embed regulators in ICs. You will also learn how to build prototypes, perform tests, and integrate system-on-chip (SoC) functionality. Discover how to: Design, test, and assemble BJT-, MOSFET-, and JFET-based linear regulators Use current mirrors, buffers, amplifiers, and differential pairs Integrate feedback loops, negative feedback, and control limits Maintain an independent, stable, noise-free, and predictable output voltage Compensate for low input current and wide voltage swings Optimize accuracy, efficiency, battery life, and integrity Implement overcurrent protection and thermal-shutdown features Establish power and operating limits using characterization techniques

Analog Ic Design With Low Dropout Regulators Second Edition

Author: Gabriel Rincon-Mora
Editor: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780071826631
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THE LATEST ANALOG IC DESIGN TECHNIQUES Fully revised and expanded to meet the emerging demands of mixedsignal systems, Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators, Second Edition, teaches analog IC concepts and explains how to use them to design, analyze, and build linear low-dropout (LDO) regulator ICs with bipolar, CMOS, and biCMOS semiconductor process technologies. The book draws physical insight from topics presented and illustrates how to develop and evaluate analog ICs for today's expanding wireless and mobile markets. Practical examples and end-of-chapter review questions reinforce important concepts and techniques developed in this cutting-edge guide. LEARN HOW TO: Evaluate power-supply systems Predict and specify how linear regulators perform and respond to variations in their supplies, loads, and other working conditions Work with semiconductor devices--resistors, capacitors, diodes, and transistors Combine microelectronic components to design current mirrors, differential pairs, differential amplifiers, linear low-dropout regulators, and their variants Close and stabilize feedback control loops that regulate voltages and currents Design circuits that establish reliable bias currents and reference circuits Determine the small-signal dynamics of analog ICs and analog systems Establish independent, stable, noise-free, and predictable power-supply voltages Implement overcurrent, thermal, reverse-battery, and ESD protection Test, measure, and evaluate linear regulator ICs

Analog Ic Design With Low Dropout Regulators Ldos

Author: Gabriel Rincon-Mora
Editor: McGraw-Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071608930
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Master Analog Integrated-Circuit Design Design, analyze, and build linear low-dropout (LDO) regulator ICs in bipolar, CMOS, and biCMOS semiconductor process technologies. This authoritative guide offers a unique emphasis on embedded LDO design. Through intuitive explanations and detailed illustrations, the book shows how you can put these theories to work creating analog ICs for the latest portable, battery-powered devices. Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators details the entire product development cycle-from defining objectives and selecting components to blueprinting, assembling, and fine-tuning performance. Work with semiconductors, employ negative feedback, handle fluctuating loads, and embed regulators in ICs. You will also learn how to build prototypes, perform tests, and integrate system-on-chip (SoC) functionality. Discover how to: Design, test, and assemble BJT-, MOSFET-, and JFET-based linear regulators Use current mirrors, buffers, amplifiers, and differential pairs Integrate feedback loops, negative feedback, and control limits Maintain an independent, stable, noise-free, and predictable output voltage Compensate for low input current and wide voltage swings Optimize accuracy, efficiency, battery life, and integrity Implement overcurrent protection and thermal-shutdown features Establish power and operating limits using characterization techniques

Analog Ic Design With Low Dropout Regulators Second Edition

Author: Gabriel Rincon-Mora
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071826661
Size: 17,55 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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THE LATEST ANALOG IC DESIGN TECHNIQUES Fully revised and expanded to meet the emerging demands of mixedsignal systems, Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators, Second Edition, teaches analog IC concepts and explains how to use them to design, analyze, and build linear low-dropout (LDO) regulator ICs with bipolar, CMOS, and biCMOS semiconductor process technologies. The book draws physical insight from topics presented and illustrates how to develop and evaluate analog ICs for today's expanding wireless and mobile markets. Practical examples and end-of-chapter review questions reinforce important concepts and techniques developed in this cutting-edge guide. LEARN HOW TO: Evaluate power-supply systems Predict and specify how linear regulators perform and respond to variations in their supplies, loads, and other working conditions Work with semiconductor devices--resistors, capacitors, diodes, and transistors Combine microelectronic components to design current mirrors, differential pairs, differential amplifiers, linear low-dropout regulators, and their variants Close and stabilize feedback control loops that regulate voltages and currents Design circuits that establish reliable bias currents and reference circuits Determine the small-signal dynamics of analog ICs and analog systems Establish independent, stable, noise-free, and predictable power-supply voltages Implement overcurrent, thermal, reverse-battery, and ESD protection Test, measure, and evaluate linear regulator ICs

Power Ic Design From The Ground Up

Author: Gabriel Alfonso Rinc—n-Mora
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1312146176
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This slide book introduces the demands of emerging high-performance power-management ICs and discusses up-to-date circuit-design techniques aimed at addressing them, especially within the context of portable microelectronics. The material starts with a top-down design perspective, much like in an industry setting, and discusses the system "from the ground up" (from basic analog IC concepts and voltage references to low-dropout regulators and switched-inductor supplies) with an educational mindset, rigorously surveying, analyzing, and evaluating basic concepts and the state of the art. The driving objective of the book is to enable the reader to model, analyze, and design power-conditioning ICs using bipolar and CMOS transistors. The material places emphasis on basic understanding and critical thinking, that is, on intuitive grasp of concepts, which is the foundation for innovative IC design.

Designing Analog Chips

Author: Hans Camenzind
Editor: Virtualbookworm Publishing
ISBN: 1589397185
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A comprehensive introduction to CMOS and bipolar analog IC design. The book presumes no prior knowledge of linear design, making it comprehensible to engineers with a non-analog back-ground. The emphasis is on practical design, covering the entire field with hundreds of examples to explain the choices. Concepts are presented following the history of their discovery. Content: 1. Devices Semiconductors, The Bipolar Transistor, The Integrated Circuit, Integrated NPN Transistors, The Case of the Lateral PNP Transistor, CMOS Transistors, The Substrate PNP Transistor, Diodes, Zener Diodes, Resistors, Capacitors, CMOS vs. Bipolar; 2. Simulation, DC Analysis, AC Analysis, Transient Analysis, Variations, Models, Diode Model, Bipolar Transis-tor Model, Model for the Lateral PNP Transistor, MOS Transistor Models, Resistor Models, Models for Capacitors; 3. Current Mirrors; 4. Differential Pairs; 5. Current Sources; 6. Time Out: Analog Measures, dB, RMS, Noise, Fourier Analysis, Distortion, Frequency Compensation; 7. Bandgap References; 8. Op Amps; 9. Comparators; 10. Transimpedance Amplifiers; 11. Timers and Oscillators; 12. Phase-Locked Loops; 13. Filters; 14. Power, Linear Regulators, Low Drop-Out Regulators, Switching Regulators, Linear Power Amplifiers, Switching Power Am-plifiers; 15. A to D and D to A, The Delta-Sigma Converter; 16. Odds and Ends, Gilbert Cell, Multipliers, Peak Detectors, Rectifiers and Averaging Circuits, Thermometers, Zero-Crossing Detectors; 17. Layout.

Voltage References

Author: Gabriel Alfonso Rincon-Mora
Editor: Wiley-IEEE Press
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The foremost tutorial resource on the design of integrated voltage references, from theory to real-life practice. Voltage References covers the conceptual history and scope of practical design issues behind marketable and precision integrated voltage references. Effectual for professionals and understandable to novice designers, this book provides a familiarity with simple rudimentary design as well as precision state-of-the-art ones. Also covered are the design implications on SOC solutions, and low-voltage, low-power, and noisy mixed-signal environments. Enhanced with design examples, this volume will increase the reader's understanding of analog integrated circuits and the issues involved in producing commercially marketable and reliable devices. Primary topics include: The complete design of integrated voltage references Basics of voltage references, from diodes and current mirrors to temperature-dependent current references Design of zero-order, first-order, second-order, and higher-order reference circuits State-of-the-art curvature-correction techniques Practical design issues of integrated references, from error sources and circuit topologies to trimming circuits, package-shift effects, and characterization Voltage References is an essential book for IC designers, product engineers, test engineers, researchers, and professors, as well as undergraduate and graduate students.

Analog Circuit Design

Author: Bob Dobkin
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0123851858
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"A textbook for 4th year undergraduate/first year graduate electrical engineering students"--

Cmos Nanoelectronics Analog And Rf Vlsi Circuits

Author: Krzysztof Iniewski
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071755667
Size: 17,66 MB
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In-depth coverage of integrated circuit design on the nanoscale level Written by international experts in industry and academia, CMOS Nanoelectronics addresses the state of the art in integrated circuit design in the context of emerging systems. New, exciting opportunities in body area networks, wireless communications, data networking, and optical imaging are discussed. This cutting-edge guide explores emerging design concepts for very low power and describes design approaches for RF transceivers, high-speed serial links, PLL/DLL, and ADC/DAC converters. CMOS Nanoelectronics covers: Portable high-efficiency polar transmitters All-digital RF signal generation Frequency multiplier design Tunable CMOS RF filters GaAs HBT linear power amplifier design High-speed serial I/O design CDMA-based crosstalk cancellation Delta-sigma fractional-N PLL Delay locked loops Digital clock generators Analog design in deep submicron CMOS technologies 1/f noise reduction for linear analog CMOS ICs Broadband high-resolution bandpass sigma-delta modulators Analog/digital conversion specifications for power line communication systems Digital-to-analog converters for LCDs Sub-1-V CMOS bandgap reference design And much more

Vlsi Test Principles And Architectures

Author: Laung-Terng Wang
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080474793
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This book is a comprehensive guide to new DFT methods that will show the readers how to design a testable and quality product, drive down test cost, improve product quality and yield, and speed up time-to-market and time-to-volume. Most up-to-date coverage of design for testability. Coverage of industry practices commonly found in commercial DFT tools but not discussed in other books. Numerous, practical examples in each chapter illustrating basic VLSI test principles and DFT architectures.