EMC of Analog Integrated Circuits by Jean-michel RedoutEMC of Analog Integrated Circuits by Jean-michel Redout

EMC of Analog Integrated Circuits

byJean-michel Redout

Paperback | March 14, 2012

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Environmental electromagnetic pollution has drastically increased over the last decades. The omnipresence of communication systems, various electronic appliances and the use of ever increasing frequencies, all contribute to a noisy electromagnetic environment which acts detrimentally on sensitive electronic equipment. Integrated circuits must be able to operate satisfactorily while cohabiting harmoniously in the same appliance, and not generate intolerable levels of electromagnetic emission, while maintaining a sound immunity to potential electromagnetic disturbances: analog integrated circuits are in particular more easily disturbed than their digital counterparts, since they don't have the benefit of dealing with predefined levels ensuring an innate immunity to disturbances. The objective of the research domain presented inEMC of Analog Integrated Circuitsis to improve the electromagnetic immunity of considered analog integrated circuits, so that they start to fail at relevantly higher conduction levels than before.

Title:EMC of Analog Integrated CircuitsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:243 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:March 14, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9400730888

ISBN - 13:9789400730885

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Table of Contents

Preface. 1. INTRODUCTION. 1 The pioneers of wireless communication. 2 Evolution of awareness of electromagnetic compatibility. 3 Electromagnetic compatibility of integrated circuits. 4 Scope of this book. 2. BASIC EMC CONCEPTS AT IC LEVEL. 1 Introduction. 2 Definition of EMC, EMI, EMS and EME. 3 Sources of electromagnetic interference. 4 Electromagnetism versus integrated circuit design. 5 Intra-chip versus externally-coupled EMC. 6 Analog versus digital integrated circuits. 7 EMC in automotive applications. 8 Immunity measurement methods for IC's: IEC 62132. 3. EMC OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS VERSUS DISTORTION. 1 Introduction. 2 Relationship between EMI resisting design and distortion. 3 Case study 1: diode connected NMOS transistor. 4 Case study 2: NMOS source follower. 5 Case study 3: NMOS current mirror. 6 Case study 4: EMI susceptibility in ESD protections. 7 EMI induced DC shift. 4. EMI RESISTING ANALOG OUTPUT CIRCUITS. 1 Introduction. 2 Categorization of analog output structures. 3 Case study 1: EMI resisting DC current regulator. 4 Case study 2: EMI resisting LIN driver. 5. EMI RESISTING ANALOG INPUT CIRCUITS. 1 Introduction. 2 Case study 1: electromagnetic immunity of CMOS operational amplifiers. 3 Case study 2: EMI resisting instrumentation amplifier input circuit. 6. EMI RESISTING BANDGAP REFERENCES AND LOW DROPOUT VOLTAGE REGULATORS. 1 Introduction. 2 Case study 1: CMOS bandgap voltage references with a high immunity to EMI. 3 Case study 2: EMI resisting low dropout voltage regulators. 7. EPILOGUE. References. Index.