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Hi everyone, I'm designing a step down switched capacitor (SC) dc-dc converter. I'm using a spice simulation in order to observe the behavior of the circuit. I want to calculate the power efficiency of the SC converter. efficiency=Pout/Pin. pout=Iou*Vout which is constant. The problem here is the Pin since the current is fluctuating bet
Hello everyone !!! I am simulating a switched capacitor based integrator in Cadence. the problem is that the integrator saturates for very low values of input voltages. Also if i give a sinewave input of 100mV amplitude (riding over 0.9V dc; for 180nm technlogy), the output shows a sinewave which never goes below 0.9V. Can somebody expalin the
The only circuit that can be used to get an output beyond VCC-VEE range of the supplied circuit is a circuit called "charge pump" . It is basically a switched capacitor circuit that can be used to generate a voltage greater than the available power supply. It is a quiet complicated circuit and you have to be very careful not to cause any damage to
in general any switcher regulator will work. Since a gate typically draws no dc current, u might use a switched capacitor type regulator (no pesky magnetic field to shield). A simple R-C filter with a whopping big C should filter out the noise enough for most applications. Of course, if you are looking for very low phase noise, linear supplies
can somebody tell me why the stray capacitance at the input and output of the switched capacitor circuit attached can be ignored? I dont understand why it can be ignored if the output impedance is low. It also says in the slide that if a stray capacitance is connected to a voltage source it can again be ignored...Need some help understanding
As mentioned, we need to know your current requirements on the negative 12V. However... switched capacitor convertors are nice and easy: The ICL7660S converts a +1.5 to +12V into an equal magnitude negative output. It only needs two capacitors for a basic circuit - no inductors. The LT1054 is simila
I saw negative value for capacitors in SC filter calculation manuals. What it means? How to perform it in cadence? Thanks.
For small currents and voltage up to 12V (maximum), a switched capacitor converter like ICL7660 can do, otherwise you need a switched mode converter in inverting configuration. Many standard buck converters can be used in inverting mode similar to this application note:
The MC1488 is a quad line driver. The MAX232 has two drivers and two receivers. The MAX232 generates the negative voltage needed, using a switched capacitor circuit. The MC1488 doesnt generate it and must have a negative power supply (Vee). Just take a look at the MC1488s datasheet.
A 7660 switched capacitor voltage converter can do, if the circuit can work with a rail-to-rail OP, it's the easier variant.
1.) AC simulation is a small signal analysis and works only for linear and time-invariant circuits. 2.) Therefore, when s/C circuits are going to be simulated in the frequency domain, it is necessary to replace each switched cap with a time continuous element before. 3.) The most popular way is to use a combination of delay elements (artificial w
The figure below is the differential output of a switched-capacitor integrator. The input is a 1 mV sine wave: 1msinωt. Theoretically the output should be 16m(1 - cosωt) but it is 16m(0.5 - cosωt) i.e. it has a 8 mV negative offset and I don't know why? The sampling frequency is 62.5 KHz and the integrator structure is the (...)
May be you can try with a switched capacitor voltage converter from positive to negative voltage e.g. ICL7660: Bye Powermos Thanks, TekUT. I know this way to generate a negative voltage by switched-cap. voltage inverter. I want to know the other ways to ge
Hello, all I want to design a negative voltage with switched capacitor voltage converter like TL7660. I was wondering how to take some problems like latch up, power loss. Hope someone give me materials on that. Thanks.
I know this is very fundamental but I could not grasp it correctly. The circuit in the left shows a positive resistor while the one at the right shows a negative resistor. Here's my analysis on the positive resistor. Assuming from S1 is on from 0 to T/2 but off from T/2 to T, S2 is off from 0 to T/2 but on from T/2 to T. V1 is the voltage at t
for low power apps you can use MAX1044/ICL7660 (switched-capacitor Voltage Converters) for more power you can use any switchin IC source like MC34063 in voltage inverting configuration (for this you need an inductor). hope this helps, //a
A book about switched Mode Power Supply Can you re-post the book ?