Charge Pump IC Design by Feng PanCharge Pump IC Design by Feng Pan

Charge Pump IC Design

byFeng Pan

Hardcover | February 19, 2015

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Charge Pump IC Design delivers an advanced systematic approach to charge pump circuit design—from building blocks to final pump. The book describes how to achieve high power efficiency and low supply noise. Negative feedback control, compensation, and stability are discussed and real-world design examples with schematics are included. The proven techniques presented in this practical, cutting-edge guide will help you to provide the efficient power conversion needed for today’s portable electronic devices.

Comprehensive coverage includes:

  • Regulators and power converters
  • Charge pump design specifications and design metrics
  • Single stage charge pump
  • Multi-stage charge pump
  • Charge pump clock driver
  • Charge pump stability analysis
  • Charge pump design, regulation, and control by examples
  • Charge pump applications
Feng Pan received his BS degree in EECS from The University of California, Berkeley, and MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He is a Stanford Certified Program Manager (SCPM), and is currently working as a director of NSG at Micron Technology, Inc., on 3D VNAND technology. Mr. Pan previously held various senior manag...
Title:Charge Pump IC DesignFormat:HardcoverDimensions:9 × 6.2 × 0.7 inPublished:February 19, 2015Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071836772

ISBN - 13:9780071836777


Table of Contents

1. Charge pump overview
2. Metrics of charge pump design
3. DC-DC converter for LDO replacement
4. Single stage charge pump
5. Multi-stage charge pump
6. Charge pump clock driver and stage design
7. Charge pump stability analysis
8. Charge pump design, regulation and control by examples
9. Charge pump applications