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Managing Power Electronics: VLSI and DSP-Driven Computer Systems by Nazzareno Rossetti

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Contents

Foreword

Preface

1 Introduction

1.1 Technology Landscape

1.2 A Young Industry after All

2 Power Management Technologies

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Integrated Circuits Power Technology: Processing and Packaging

Diodes and Bipolar Transistors

Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Transistors

DMOS Transistors

CMOS Transistors

Passive Components

A Monolithic Process Example

Packaging

2.3 Discrete Power Technology: Processing and Packaging

From Wall to Board

Power MOSFET Technology Basics

Package Technologies

2.4 Ongoing Trends

3 Circuits

Part I Analog Circuits

3.1 Transistors

NPN

PNP

Trans-Conductance

Transistor as Transfer-Resistor

Transistor Equations

MOS versus Bipolar Transistors

3.2 Elementary Circuits

Current Mirror

Current Source

Differential Input Stage

Differential to Single Input Stage

Buffer

3.3 Operational Amplifier (Opamp)

Inverting and Non-Inverting Inputs

Rail to Rail Output Operation

CMOS Opamp

Opamp Symbol and Configurations

DC Open Loop Gain

AC Open Loop Gain

3.4 Voltage Reference

Positive TC of ΔVBE

Negative TC of VBE

Build a ΔVBE

Building a Voltage Reference

Fractional Band-Gap Voltage Reference

3.5 Voltage Regulator

3.6 Linear versus Switching

3.7 Switching Regulators

3.8 Buck Converters

Switching Regulator Power Train

Output Capacitor

Electrolytic Capacitors and Transient Response

Ceramic Capacitors

Losses in the Power Train

The Analog Modulator

Driver

Switching Regulator Block Diagram

Switching Regulator Control Loop

Input Filter

Input Inductor LIN

Input Capacitor ...

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