Design of High Voltage xDSL Line Drivers in Standard CMOS by Bert SerneelsDesign of High Voltage xDSL Line Drivers in Standard CMOS by Bert Serneels

Design of High Voltage xDSL Line Drivers in Standard CMOS

byBert Serneels, Michiel Steyaert

Paperback | November 22, 2010

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This book fits in the quest for highly efficient fully integrated xDSL modems for central office applications. It presents a summary of research at one of Europe's most famous analog design research groups over a five year period. The book focuses on the line driver, the most demanding building block of the xDSL modem for lowering power. The book covers the total design flow of monolithic CMOS high voltage circuits. It is essential reading for analog design engineers.
Michiel Steyaert is well established in the international Circuits & Systems community, his expertise lies in Analog Circuits and RF Design
Title:Design of High Voltage xDSL Line Drivers in Standard CMOSFormat:PaperbackDimensions:200 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:November 22, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048177286

ISBN - 13:9789048177288

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Table of Contents

Preface. List of Abbreviations and Symbols.1. Introduction. 1.1 Motivation of the Work. 1.2 Organisation of the Book.2. Digital Subscriber Line. 2.1 DSL in a Nutshell. 2.2 The Channel. 2.3 Modulation Techniques. 2.4 Solutions for xDSL Line Drivers. 2.5 Conclusions.3. The SOPA xDSL Line Driver. 3.1 The Describing Function Analysis Method. 3.2 Behavior Model of the SOPA. 3.3 High Voltage SOPA Amplifiers. 3.4 Conclusions.4. High Voltage Design Considerations. 4.1 CMOS Scaling. 4.2 Stacking Devices. 4.3 Conclusions. 5. High Voltage Implementations in Standard CMOS. 5.1 A 7.5 V Output Driver in a 2.5 V 0.25 µm CMOS Technology. 5.2 A 5.5 V Output Driver in a 1.2 V 130 nm CMOS Technology. 5.3 Conclustions.6. High Voltage Line Driver Realisations. 6.1 A zeroth Order SOPA in 130 nm CMOS. 6.2 A First Order SOPA in 130 nm CMOS. 6.3 Conclusions.7. Conclusions. 7.1 Main Contributions and Achievements.References. Index.