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Design of a step-up dc-dc converter with on-chip coupled inductors
By: Gregori, S.; Hasan, A.;
2010 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-5308-5
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Design of a step-up dc-dc converter with on-chip coupled inductors ' A monolithic step-up dc-dc converter with on-chip spiral inductors is designed and simulated to determine its feasibility for low-power portable applications. The converter is operated at a relatively high frequency of 600 MHz to reduce passive component sizes. Quality factor limitations of on-chip inductors are mitigated without increasing the area by implementing multiple spirals on different layers and exploiting their mutual inductance. The simulations for a 0.18 nm CMOS process demonstrate the viability of the proposed circuit with a peak efficiency of 74.4% at a load current of 15 mA.
Dc-dc Power Convertors
On-chip Coupled Inductors
Monolithic Step-up Dc-dc Converter
On-chip Spiral Inductors
Passive Component Sizes
Dc-dc Power Converters
Power System Management
Cmos Integrated Circuits
Low-power Portable Applications