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Digital pulse width modulator architectures

Syed A, Ahmed E, Maksimović D, Alarcón E ...see all

PESC Record - IEEE Annual Power Electronics Specialists Conference, vol. 6 (2004) pp. 4689-4695

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Abstract

This paper presents a survey and classification of architectures for integrated circuit implementation of digital pulse-width modulators (DPWM) targeting digital control of high-frequency switching DC-DC power converters. Previously presented designs are identified as particular cases of the proposed classification. In order to optimize circuit resources in terms of occupied area and power consumption, a general architecture based on tapped delay lines is proposed, which includes segmentation of the input digital code to drive binary weighted delay cells and thermometer-decoded unary delay cells. Integrated circuit design of a particular example of the segmented DPWM is described. The segmented DPWM prototype chip operates at 1 MHz switching frequency and has low power consumption and very small silicon area (0.07 mm2 in a standard 0.5 micron CMOS process). Experimental results validate the functionality of the proposed segmented DPWM.

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Authors

  • Asif Syed

  • Ershad Ahmed

  • Dragan Maksimović

  • Eduard Alarcón

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