Analog Circuit Design Volume Three : Design Note Collection.

By: Dobkin, BobContributor(s): Hamburger, JohnPublisher: Saint Louis : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2014Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (1145 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780128004661Subject(s): Linear integrated circuits -- Design and construction.;Analog integrated circuits -- Design and constructionGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Analog Circuit Design Volume Three : Design Note CollectionDDC classification: 621.3815 LOC classification: TK7874 -- .A53 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Half Title -- Analog Circuit Design Volume 2 -- Copyright -- Dedication 1 -- Dedication 2 -- Contents -- Publisher's Note -- Trademarks -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Foreword -- PART 1 : Power Management -- Section 1 : Power Management Design -- 1 High performance single phase DC/DC controller with power system management -- Introduction -- 1.8V/30A single phase digital power supply with IIN sense -- Input current sensing -- Inductor DCR autocalibration -- LTpowerPlay GUI -- Conclusion -- 2 One device replaces battery charger, pushbutton controller, LED driver and voltage regulator ICs in portable electronics -- Introduction -- Pushbutton control -- Battery, USB, wall and high voltage input sources -- Battery charger -- Three bucks, two LDOs and a boost/LED driver -- Conclusion -- 3 Simple circuit replaces and improves on power modules at less than half the price -- Introduction -- 100W isolated synchronous forward converter in an eighth brick footprint -- This circuit is flexible -- Conclusion -- 4 Wide input range, high efficiency DDR termination power supply achieves fast transient response -- Introduction -- Overview of the LTC3717 -- Design example -- Conclusion -- 5 Minimize input capacitors in multioutput, high current power supplies -- Introduction -- Design details -- Conclusion -- 6 Dual phase high efficiency mobile CPU power supply minimizes size and thermal stress -- Introduction -- Design example -- Conclusion -- 7 SOT-23 SMBus fan speed controller extends battery life and reduces noise -- Introduction -- Boost-start timer, thermal shutdown and overcurrent clamp features -- Conclusion -- 8 Active voltage positioning reduces output capacitors -- Introduction -- Basic principle -- Basic implementation -- Current mode control example-LTC1736 -- 9 5V to 3.3V circuit collection -- High efficiency 3.3V regulator.
3.3V battery-powered supply with shutdown -- 3.3V supply with shutdown -- LT1585 linear regulator optimized for desktop Pentium processor applications -- LTC1148 5V to 3.38V Pentium power solution 3.5A output current -- LTC1266 switching regulator converts 5V to 3.38V at 7A for Pentium and other high speed μPs -- 10 Hex level shift shrinks board space -- Section 2 : Microprocessor Power Design -- 11 Cost-effective, low profile, high efficiency 42A supply powers AMD Hammer processors -- Introduction -- Design example -- Conclusion -- 12 Efficient, compact 2-phase power supply delivers 40A to Intel mobile CPUs -- Introduction -- Smaller inductors, simplified thermal management -- 40A Intel IMVP-III voltage regulator -- Conclusion -- 13 Microprocessor core supply voltage set by I2C bus without VID lines -- Introduction -- How it works -- Why use an SMBus? -- Desktop/portable VID DC/DC converter -- 14 High efficiency I/O power generation for mobile Pentium III microprocessors -- 15 PolyPhase sur face mount power supply meets AMD Athlon processor requirements with no heat sink -- Introduction -- PolyPhase architecture -- 16 2-step voltage regulation improves performance and decreases CPU temperature in portable computers -- 1-step vs 2-step power conversion -- Circuit description -- Regulator efficiency considerations -- 17 Dual regulators power Pentium processor or upgrade CPU -- A simple solution -- Conclusion -- Design equations -- 18 Big power for big processors: a synchronous regulator -- LTC1430 performance features -- A typical 5V to 3.3V application -- 19 High efficiency power sources for Pentium processors -- Selection of input source -- Transient response considerations -- Circuit operation -- 20 Fast regulator paces high performance processors -- 21 Techniques for deriving 3.3V from 5V supplies.
22 Regulator circuit generates both 3.3V and 5V outputs from 3.3V or 5V to run computers and RS232 -- Mixed 3.3V and 5V RS232 operation -- Section 3 : Switching Regulator Basics -- 23 Tiny, highly flexible, dual boost/inverter tracks supplies -- Introduction -- LT3471 features -- Easy-to-implement ±15V dual tracking supplies -- Conclusion -- 24 Ultralow noise switching power supplies simplify EMI compliance -- Introduction -- Circuit description -- Conclusion -- 25 Monolithic DC/DC converters break 1MHz to shrink board space -- 26 Capacitor and EMI considerations for new high frequency switching regulators -- Capacitor technology considerations -- Controlling EMI: conducted and radiated -- 27 Switching regulator generates both positive and negative supply with a single inductor -- 28 Floating input extends regulator capabilities -- 29 Programming pulse generators for flash memories -- 30 Achieving microamp quiescent current in switching regulators -- 31 Inductor selection for switching regulators -- References -- Section 4 : Switching Regulator Design: Buck (Step-Down) -- 32 Inverting DC/DC controller converts a positive input to a negative output with a single inductor -- Advanced controller capabilities -- −5.2V, 1.7A converter operates from a 4.5V to 16V source -- High efficiency -- Conclusion -- 33 20V, 2.5A monolithic synchronous buck SWITCHER+ with input current, output current and temperature sensing/limiting capabilities -- Introduction -- Output/input current sensing -- Temperature sensing -- Conclusion -- 34 1.5A rail-to-rail output synchronous step-down regulator adjusts with a single resistor -- Introduction -- Operation -- Applications -- Conclusion -- 35 42V, 2.5A synchronous step-down regulator with 2.5μA quiescent current -- Introduction -- High efficiency synchronous operation -- Short-circuit robustness using small inductors.
Current sense and monitoring with the LT8611 -- Wide input range operation at 2MHz -- Low dropout operation -- Conclusion -- 36 Bootstrap biasing of high input voltage step-down controller increases converter efficiency -- Introduction -- Employing EXTVCC to improve efficiency -- Voltage doubler for output voltages below 4.7V -- Conclusion -- 37 36V, 3.5A dual monolithic buck with integrated die temperature monitor and standalone comparator block -- Introduction -- High input voltage with high transient capability -- On-die temperature monitoring -- Standalone comparator block -- Other features -- Independent adjustable current limit -- Independent synchronization -- Frequency division -- Conclusion -- 38 High efficiency, high density 3-phase supply delivers 60A with power saving Stage Shedding, active voltage positioning and nonlinear control for superior load step response -- Introduction -- 1.5V/60A, 3-phase power supply -- Conclusion -- 39 2-phase synchronous buck controller features light load Stage Shedding mode, active voltage positioning, low RSENSE and remote VOUT sensing -- Introduction -- High efficiency, 2-phase, 4.5V to 14V input, 1.5V/50A output converter -- Stage Shedding mode -- Active voltage positioning -- Inductor DCR sensing temperature compensation -- Output voltage remote sensing -- Conclusion -- 40 Dual output high efficiency converter produces 3.3V and 8.5V outputs from a 9V to 60V rail -- Introduction -- Feature rich -- Dual output application -- Single output application -- Conclusion -- 41 Dual output step-down controller produces 10% accurate, efficient and reliable high current rails -- Introduction -- 1.5V/20A and 1.2V/20A buck converter with remote sensing and NTC compensated DCR sensing -- PolyPhase operation -- Other important features -- Conclusion.
42 15VIN, 4MHz monolithic synchronous buck regulator delivers 5A in 4mm × 4mm QFN -- Introduction -- 1.8VOUT, 2.25MHz buck regulator -- 1.2VOUT, 10A, dual phase supply -- Conclusion -- 43 Dual output buck regulator with current partitioning optimizes efficiency in space-sensitive applications -- Introduction -- Flexible current partitioning -- Operation modes and efficiency -- Application examples -- Conclusion -- 44 Triple buck regulator features 1-wire dynamically programmable output voltages -- Introduction -- Three individually programmable bucks -- Configure parallel power stages for different loads -- Power good indicator -- Power saving operating modes -- Programmable clock frequency -- 2-output, individually programmable 1.2A regulators -- Conclusion -- 45 Buck conver ter eases the task of designing auxiliary low voltage negative rails -- Introduction -- Leave the transformer alone: −3.3VOUT from −12VIN -- Conclusion -- 46 Monolithic synchronous step-down regulator delivers up to 12A from a wide input voltage range -- Introduction -- Typical application example -- Paralleling regulators for >12A -- Conclusion -- 47 Step-down synchronous controller operates from inputs down to 2.2V -- Introduction -- "Dying gasp" applications -- Generate a negative voltage from a low positive VIN -- Wide input voltage range -- Conclusion -- 48 Compact I2C-controllable quad synchronous step-down DC/DC regulator for power-conscious portable processors -- Introduction -- Four I2C-controllable regulators -- Power saving operating modes -- I2C programming of output voltages allows easy sequencing, tracking and margining -- Conclusion -- 49 Compact triple step-down regulator offers LDO driver and output tracking and sequencing -- Introduction -- 6V to 36V input to four outputs-1.8V, 3.3V, 5V and 2.5V-one IC.
Low ripple high frequency operation even at high VIN/VOUT ratios.
Summary: Design Note Collection, the third book in the Analog Circuit Design series, is a comprehensive volume of applied circuit design solutions, providing elegant and practical design techniques. Design Notes in this volume are focused circuit explanations, easily applied in your own designs. This book includes an extensive power management section, covering switching regulator design, linear regulator design, microprocessor power design, battery management, powering LED lighting, automotive and industrial power design. Other sections span a range of analog design topics, including data conversion, data acquisition, communications interface design, operational amplifier design techniques, filter design, and wireless, RF, communications and network design. Whatever your application -industrial, medical, security, embedded systems, instrumentation, automotive, communications infrastructure, satellite and radar, computers or networking; this book will provide practical design techniques, developed by experts for tackling the challenges of power management, data conversion, signal conditioning and wireless/RF analog circuit design. A rich collection of applied analog circuit design solutions for use in your own designs. Each Design Note is presented in a concise, two-page format, making it easy to read and assimilate. Contributions from the leading lights in analog design, including Bob Dobkin, Jim Williams, George Erdi and Carl Nelson, among others. Extensive sections covering power management, data conversion, signal conditioning, and wireless/RF.
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Intro -- Half Title -- Analog Circuit Design Volume 2 -- Copyright -- Dedication 1 -- Dedication 2 -- Contents -- Publisher's Note -- Trademarks -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Foreword -- PART 1 : Power Management -- Section 1 : Power Management Design -- 1 High performance single phase DC/DC controller with power system management -- Introduction -- 1.8V/30A single phase digital power supply with IIN sense -- Input current sensing -- Inductor DCR autocalibration -- LTpowerPlay GUI -- Conclusion -- 2 One device replaces battery charger, pushbutton controller, LED driver and voltage regulator ICs in portable electronics -- Introduction -- Pushbutton control -- Battery, USB, wall and high voltage input sources -- Battery charger -- Three bucks, two LDOs and a boost/LED driver -- Conclusion -- 3 Simple circuit replaces and improves on power modules at less than half the price -- Introduction -- 100W isolated synchronous forward converter in an eighth brick footprint -- This circuit is flexible -- Conclusion -- 4 Wide input range, high efficiency DDR termination power supply achieves fast transient response -- Introduction -- Overview of the LTC3717 -- Design example -- Conclusion -- 5 Minimize input capacitors in multioutput, high current power supplies -- Introduction -- Design details -- Conclusion -- 6 Dual phase high efficiency mobile CPU power supply minimizes size and thermal stress -- Introduction -- Design example -- Conclusion -- 7 SOT-23 SMBus fan speed controller extends battery life and reduces noise -- Introduction -- Boost-start timer, thermal shutdown and overcurrent clamp features -- Conclusion -- 8 Active voltage positioning reduces output capacitors -- Introduction -- Basic principle -- Basic implementation -- Current mode control example-LTC1736 -- 9 5V to 3.3V circuit collection -- High efficiency 3.3V regulator.

3.3V battery-powered supply with shutdown -- 3.3V supply with shutdown -- LT1585 linear regulator optimized for desktop Pentium processor applications -- LTC1148 5V to 3.38V Pentium power solution 3.5A output current -- LTC1266 switching regulator converts 5V to 3.38V at 7A for Pentium and other high speed μPs -- 10 Hex level shift shrinks board space -- Section 2 : Microprocessor Power Design -- 11 Cost-effective, low profile, high efficiency 42A supply powers AMD Hammer processors -- Introduction -- Design example -- Conclusion -- 12 Efficient, compact 2-phase power supply delivers 40A to Intel mobile CPUs -- Introduction -- Smaller inductors, simplified thermal management -- 40A Intel IMVP-III voltage regulator -- Conclusion -- 13 Microprocessor core supply voltage set by I2C bus without VID lines -- Introduction -- How it works -- Why use an SMBus? -- Desktop/portable VID DC/DC converter -- 14 High efficiency I/O power generation for mobile Pentium III microprocessors -- 15 PolyPhase sur face mount power supply meets AMD Athlon processor requirements with no heat sink -- Introduction -- PolyPhase architecture -- 16 2-step voltage regulation improves performance and decreases CPU temperature in portable computers -- 1-step vs 2-step power conversion -- Circuit description -- Regulator efficiency considerations -- 17 Dual regulators power Pentium processor or upgrade CPU -- A simple solution -- Conclusion -- Design equations -- 18 Big power for big processors: a synchronous regulator -- LTC1430 performance features -- A typical 5V to 3.3V application -- 19 High efficiency power sources for Pentium processors -- Selection of input source -- Transient response considerations -- Circuit operation -- 20 Fast regulator paces high performance processors -- 21 Techniques for deriving 3.3V from 5V supplies.

22 Regulator circuit generates both 3.3V and 5V outputs from 3.3V or 5V to run computers and RS232 -- Mixed 3.3V and 5V RS232 operation -- Section 3 : Switching Regulator Basics -- 23 Tiny, highly flexible, dual boost/inverter tracks supplies -- Introduction -- LT3471 features -- Easy-to-implement ±15V dual tracking supplies -- Conclusion -- 24 Ultralow noise switching power supplies simplify EMI compliance -- Introduction -- Circuit description -- Conclusion -- 25 Monolithic DC/DC converters break 1MHz to shrink board space -- 26 Capacitor and EMI considerations for new high frequency switching regulators -- Capacitor technology considerations -- Controlling EMI: conducted and radiated -- 27 Switching regulator generates both positive and negative supply with a single inductor -- 28 Floating input extends regulator capabilities -- 29 Programming pulse generators for flash memories -- 30 Achieving microamp quiescent current in switching regulators -- 31 Inductor selection for switching regulators -- References -- Section 4 : Switching Regulator Design: Buck (Step-Down) -- 32 Inverting DC/DC controller converts a positive input to a negative output with a single inductor -- Advanced controller capabilities -- −5.2V, 1.7A converter operates from a 4.5V to 16V source -- High efficiency -- Conclusion -- 33 20V, 2.5A monolithic synchronous buck SWITCHER+ with input current, output current and temperature sensing/limiting capabilities -- Introduction -- Output/input current sensing -- Temperature sensing -- Conclusion -- 34 1.5A rail-to-rail output synchronous step-down regulator adjusts with a single resistor -- Introduction -- Operation -- Applications -- Conclusion -- 35 42V, 2.5A synchronous step-down regulator with 2.5μA quiescent current -- Introduction -- High efficiency synchronous operation -- Short-circuit robustness using small inductors.

Current sense and monitoring with the LT8611 -- Wide input range operation at 2MHz -- Low dropout operation -- Conclusion -- 36 Bootstrap biasing of high input voltage step-down controller increases converter efficiency -- Introduction -- Employing EXTVCC to improve efficiency -- Voltage doubler for output voltages below 4.7V -- Conclusion -- 37 36V, 3.5A dual monolithic buck with integrated die temperature monitor and standalone comparator block -- Introduction -- High input voltage with high transient capability -- On-die temperature monitoring -- Standalone comparator block -- Other features -- Independent adjustable current limit -- Independent synchronization -- Frequency division -- Conclusion -- 38 High efficiency, high density 3-phase supply delivers 60A with power saving Stage Shedding, active voltage positioning and nonlinear control for superior load step response -- Introduction -- 1.5V/60A, 3-phase power supply -- Conclusion -- 39 2-phase synchronous buck controller features light load Stage Shedding mode, active voltage positioning, low RSENSE and remote VOUT sensing -- Introduction -- High efficiency, 2-phase, 4.5V to 14V input, 1.5V/50A output converter -- Stage Shedding mode -- Active voltage positioning -- Inductor DCR sensing temperature compensation -- Output voltage remote sensing -- Conclusion -- 40 Dual output high efficiency converter produces 3.3V and 8.5V outputs from a 9V to 60V rail -- Introduction -- Feature rich -- Dual output application -- Single output application -- Conclusion -- 41 Dual output step-down controller produces 10% accurate, efficient and reliable high current rails -- Introduction -- 1.5V/20A and 1.2V/20A buck converter with remote sensing and NTC compensated DCR sensing -- PolyPhase operation -- Other important features -- Conclusion.

42 15VIN, 4MHz monolithic synchronous buck regulator delivers 5A in 4mm × 4mm QFN -- Introduction -- 1.8VOUT, 2.25MHz buck regulator -- 1.2VOUT, 10A, dual phase supply -- Conclusion -- 43 Dual output buck regulator with current partitioning optimizes efficiency in space-sensitive applications -- Introduction -- Flexible current partitioning -- Operation modes and efficiency -- Application examples -- Conclusion -- 44 Triple buck regulator features 1-wire dynamically programmable output voltages -- Introduction -- Three individually programmable bucks -- Configure parallel power stages for different loads -- Power good indicator -- Power saving operating modes -- Programmable clock frequency -- 2-output, individually programmable 1.2A regulators -- Conclusion -- 45 Buck conver ter eases the task of designing auxiliary low voltage negative rails -- Introduction -- Leave the transformer alone: −3.3VOUT from −12VIN -- Conclusion -- 46 Monolithic synchronous step-down regulator delivers up to 12A from a wide input voltage range -- Introduction -- Typical application example -- Paralleling regulators for >12A -- Conclusion -- 47 Step-down synchronous controller operates from inputs down to 2.2V -- Introduction -- "Dying gasp" applications -- Generate a negative voltage from a low positive VIN -- Wide input voltage range -- Conclusion -- 48 Compact I2C-controllable quad synchronous step-down DC/DC regulator for power-conscious portable processors -- Introduction -- Four I2C-controllable regulators -- Power saving operating modes -- I2C programming of output voltages allows easy sequencing, tracking and margining -- Conclusion -- 49 Compact triple step-down regulator offers LDO driver and output tracking and sequencing -- Introduction -- 6V to 36V input to four outputs-1.8V, 3.3V, 5V and 2.5V-one IC.

Low ripple high frequency operation even at high VIN/VOUT ratios.

Design Note Collection, the third book in the Analog Circuit Design series, is a comprehensive volume of applied circuit design solutions, providing elegant and practical design techniques. Design Notes in this volume are focused circuit explanations, easily applied in your own designs. This book includes an extensive power management section, covering switching regulator design, linear regulator design, microprocessor power design, battery management, powering LED lighting, automotive and industrial power design. Other sections span a range of analog design topics, including data conversion, data acquisition, communications interface design, operational amplifier design techniques, filter design, and wireless, RF, communications and network design. Whatever your application -industrial, medical, security, embedded systems, instrumentation, automotive, communications infrastructure, satellite and radar, computers or networking; this book will provide practical design techniques, developed by experts for tackling the challenges of power management, data conversion, signal conditioning and wireless/RF analog circuit design. A rich collection of applied analog circuit design solutions for use in your own designs. Each Design Note is presented in a concise, two-page format, making it easy to read and assimilate. Contributions from the leading lights in analog design, including Bob Dobkin, Jim Williams, George Erdi and Carl Nelson, among others. Extensive sections covering power management, data conversion, signal conditioning, and wireless/RF.

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