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Guys, I am design a NMOS ldo. Now I have finished the charge pump (switched cap) and working on the err amp. The questions I have for you guys are: 1. Do I need a buffer stage for the err amp? 2. How can I simulate the whole loop stability? Not sure how to model the charge pump, any idea? Thanks.
Hi All, I have been working on the following architecture for a three stage ldo. 85731 This is a Three stage ldo with a single miller capacitance compensation using inverted current buffers. The first stage is a basic pmos input differential error amplifier. The second stage is like a unity gain (...)
Use a buffer to divide 1.28 to lower voltage reference. 0.5V is an example.
HI cant say if this is gonna help you ... but the buffer architecture you are using is called Super Source follower. You can read aboout it in Gray&Meyer's book. There they have also discussed about its instability.(You can see that it is using shunt feedback to reduce the output impedence) I have used this circuit.. and needs to be desi
The buffer could increase the phase noise. You can try a low frequency feedback for phase noise reduction.
Hi, I am working on design of LC VCO for 2.4 GHz. it is integrated with on-chip ldo and buffer. 1. I would use 8 Pin Leadlless package. I need package parasitic model may be with approximate Values. if you have any paper then please give me. I will be thankfull to you. 2. also I am seeking help on design of (...)
I doubt, if it will work with discrete parts, may be on-chip. Fast GHz OP, e.g. THS3201 have a closed-loop output impedance that's mostly inductive (about 10 nH) up to near 1 GHz. The resonant structure can't achieve the requested settling time. Furthermore, these amplifiers have about 0.1% settling errors in the ?s timescale due to bad thermal chi
To catch up your requirements: You need a bandgap, a buffer which multiplies the bandgap to the the ldo input and the ldo. To minimize the area for resistors you can use PMOS with Well connected to source to divide voltage. But it works only for integer division ratios. To reduce the power at all you (...)
The term active biasing means that you are using transistors that are operates in active region to bias you?re LNA, i.e. ldo or op Amp buffer? I hope that this helps. Bouchy
it is not effective if use 12V LDMOS tfor input 5V. Beside the area get big you will have more parasitic capacitance but it is not big deal. You can good buffer for EAMP.
The noise components in ldo are basically the 1. Amp Noise 2. Resistor Noise 3. buffer Noise 4. Pass transistor noise Now if you see it is a negative feedback system and hence, the noise added in feed forward path doesn't change and it adds with the reference. Noise in feedback path is multiplied with the feedback factor. (...)
Hi , everyone : I draw a circuit of buffer for ldo. It is insert between the pass device and the err amplifier to increase the pole to high frequency .The buffer is coposed of T1 to T4 and Is1 Is2 . T5 is used to increase the speed of increaseing the gate voltage of the pass device . It is like class-AB output stage (...)
for a buffer without negative feedback, the minimum output resistance is about the reciprocal of the transcondance, so if you need to get a smaller output resistance, all you need to do is to increase the transcondance(Eg:increase the current and the width-length ratio,sometimes using nmos rather pmos due to mobility). it's theoretically that yo
how to simulation phase margin about ldo ? someone tell me , OPA only act as "DC" buffer don't care Phase margin , In gerneral , I sim phase margin is refere to cmos circuit design layout & sim /baker use large R + C in feedback . and calculate phase margin .
That is the right approach. The high frequency PSRR is limted of the ratio of CGD of the ldo output stage PMOS and the buffer cap. Provide enough bias current for the ldo output PMOS driver stage. That set the crossover frequency of passive PSRR of the above cap ratio and the active regulation. An issue is the accuracy of (...)
Try to use source follow for buffer design.
Hello I am working on low power ldo. First i did simulation with simple one stage OTA (nmos input) plus power PMOS and feedback. The lowest Vdd is 1.3 so PMOS has to be quite big to drive 100mA. OTA has big output resistance, when working with low bias current and it causes, the parasitic pole of output resistance and pmos input
Hello You will not find any ! All you have to do is to use a REF IC like the REF02 + a buffer with a digital POT on the feedback line : The REF02 deliver low noise 5V use the digital pot to trim the voltage and the budder to buffer it {in order to deliver some current ) All the best Bobi