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標題: 使用快速暫態響應控制之雙模式直流/直流降壓轉換器
A Dual-Mode DC/DC Buck Converter with Fast Transient Response Control
作者: 郭榮凱
Kuo, Rong-Kai
關鍵字: Buck;降壓;PWM;transient response;脈衝寬度調變;暫態響應
出版社: 電機工程學系所
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此穩壓器是使用台灣積體電路製造股份有限公司所提供的0.35μm 2P4M 3.3V/5V Mixed Signal CMOS製程技術來設計與製造,整體晶片面積大約為1.5*1.5mm2。

The design of a DC-DC buck switching regulator for high power conversion efficiency and fast transient response is presented in this thesis. It is suitable for portable electronic applications powered by batteries such as mobile phone, digital camera, PDA, etc.

To make power conversion more efficient, the regulator uses PFM and PWM dual control mode, for light load and heavy load condition, respectively. In addition, a zero current detector is used to reduce the unnecessary power consumption in light load. Furthermore, in order to eliminate the excess large current at the start up of the regulator that may damage the device of the power stage, the soft start circuit is designed. For improving the transient response, a fast transient controller is added to this system to reduce the transient response recovery time. Compared with the original circuit, the recovery time is reduced from 33μs to 12μs when load current suddenly changes from 15mA to 600mA. The dynamic response is effectively improved. Finally, the conversion efficiency could be up to 94%.

The regulator is designed and fabricated with TSMC 0.35μm 2P4M 3.3V/5V Mixed Signal CMOS technology. The chip size is about 1.5*1.5mm2.
其他識別: U0005-2108200716441200
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