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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Introduction to PMIC - Part 1Download
2Introduction to PMIC - Part 2Download
3Linear versus Switching RegulatorsDownload
4Performance Parameters of RegulatorsDownload
5Local vs Remote Feedback, Point of Load RegulatorsDownload
6Kelvin Sensing, Droop CompensationDownload
7Current Regulator Applications, Introduction to Bandgap Voltage References, PTAT and CTAT voltageDownload
8Adding PTAT and CTAT VoltagesDownload
9Bandgap Voltage Reference Circuit, Brokaw Bandgap CircuitDownload
10Sub-1-volt Bandgap Circuit Download
11Generating Multiple Reference Voltages; Applications of Linear RegulatorsDownload
12Designing a Linear Regulator, Negative and Positive Feedback Download
13First-Order Systems, Phase MarginDownload
14Closed-Loop Response of Second-Order Systems Download
15Relationship between Damping Factor and Phase Margin, Frequency Compensation, MOS Parasitic CapacitancesDownload
16Finding the Poles of the Error Amplifier - Part 1Download
17Finding the Poles of the Error Amplifier - Part 2Download
18Dominant Pole Frequency CompensationDownload
19Dominant Pole Compensation at No-LoadDownload
20Dominant Pole Compensation using Miller Effect, RHP zero due to Miller Capacitor Download
21Intuitive Method of Finding the Poles, Pole Splitting after Miller CompensationDownload
22Effect of RHP zero on Stability, Mitigating the Effect of RHP zero, LDO with NMOS Pass ElementDownload
23Output Impedance of PMOS LDO Download
24Line Regulation and PSRR of PMOS LDODownload
25PSRR of PMOS versus PSRR of NMOS LDODownload
26Sources of Error in Linear and Switching RegulatorsDownload
27Offset in Amplifiers; Real Life Analogy; Static Offset CancellationDownload
28Dynamic Offset Cancellation Techniques (Chopping, Auto-zeroing)Download
29Digital LDO, Technique to Avoid Limit Cycle Oscillations in Digital LDODownload
30Hybrid LDO, Short-Circuit ProtectionDownload
31Hiccup Mode and Foldback Current LimitDownload
32Introduction to Switching RegulatorsDownload
33volt-second Balance, Non-Idealities in the Power Stage of a Buck Converter Download
34Transformer Model of a Buck Converter, Conduction Efficiency, Efficiency of an LDO versus Efficiency of a Switching Regulator Download
35Synchronous versus Non-Synchronous Switching Regulators, PWM Control TechniquesDownload
36Losses in Switching Regulators (Conduction Loss, Gate-Driver Switching Loss)Download
37Dead-Time Switching Loss in DC-DC ConvertersDownload
38Hard Switching Loss in DC DC ConvertersDownload
39Magnetic Loss in DC-DC Converters, Relative Significance of Losses as a Function of the Load CurrentDownload
40Output Voltage Ripple of a Buck ConverterDownload
41Choosing the Inductor and Capacitor for a Buck ConverterDownload
42CCM Vs DCM Operation in DC DC ConvertersDownload
43CCM DCM Boundary Condition, Voltage Conversion Ratio in DCMDownload
44Concept of Pulse Frequency Modulation PFMDownload
45Classification of Pulse Width ModulatorsDownload
46DC - DC Converter Control Techniques, Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter Part 1Download
47Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter Part 2Download
48Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter Part 3Download
49Dominant Pole Compensation (Type-I with Gm-C Architecture)Download
50Dominant Pole Compensation (Type-I with Op Amp-RC Architecture)Download
51Introduction to Type-II Compensation Download
52Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 1Download
53Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 2Download
54Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 3Download
55Type-II Compensator using Op Amp-RC ArchitectureDownload
56Introduction to Type-III CompensatorDownload
57Type-III Compensator using Op Amp-RC ArchitectureDownload
58Simulation of DC-DC Converter with Type-III CompensatorDownload
59Type-III Compensator using Gm-C ArchitectureDownload
60Feed-Forward Line Compensation, Loop Gain Compensation by Modulating Gm Download
61Designing a Buck Converter, Power Loss BudgetingDownload
62Sizing Power MOSFETsDownload
63Estimating Switching Losses and Choosing the Switching FrequencyDownload
64Choosing Inductance and Capacitance ValuesDownload
65Choosing 'C' Depending on Factors that Limit the Load Transient ResponseDownload
66Inductor and Capacitor Characteristics, Reducing the Effect of Capacitor ESLDownload
67Gate Buffer and Non-Overlap Clock Generator in Gate-Driver CircuitDownload
68Pulse-Width Modulator- Trailing Edge, Leading Edge and Dual Edge; Triangle Wave GeneratorDownload
69Average Ramp Voltage of Single-Edge PW Modulator,Design Considerations of EADownload
70Delays Associated with PW Modulator, PFM and PSM Operation, DCM Operation using NMOSDownload
71Designing a Zero-Cross Comparator, Inverter-Based Auto-Zeroed Comparator, Simulation DemoDownload
72Current Mode Control- Peak, Valley, Emulated; VMC versus CMC; Sub-Harmonic OscillationDownload
73Ramp-Adaptive Slope Compensation to Avoid Current Loop InstabilityDownload
74Non-Linear Control of DC-DC Converters, Phase-Shift between i_L and v_CDownload
75Stabilising a Voltage-Mode Hysteretic Converter using R_esr, Relation between F_sw and the Hysteresis WindowDownload
76Hysteretic Converter - Simulation DemoDownload
77Current-Mode Hysteretic Converter, Using R-C as Ripple GeneratorDownload
78Controlling the Switching Frequency of a Hysteretic Converter, Delay in the Hysteretic Comparator Download
79Frequency and Voltage Regulation Loops in a Fixed-Frequency Hysteretic ConverterDownload
80Resetting the Capacitor Voltage in a Hysteretic Converter, Constant ON-Time Control Download
81Introduction to Boost Converter, RHP Zero in a Boost ConverterDownload
82Introduction to Buck-Boost ConverterDownload
83Tri-Mode Buck-Boost Converter (Buck, Buck-Boost and Boost)Download
84Boundary Conditions for Mode Transition in a Tri-Mode Buck-Boost ConverterDownload
85Generating Buck and Boost Duty Cycles in a Tri-Mode Buck-Boost ConverterDownload
86Introduction to Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converters,Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter with V_o = 2*V_DDDownload
87Applications of Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converters in Open-Loop, Regulating the Output using Feedback ControlDownload
88H-Bridge Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter,SC DC-DC converter with Multiple Gain Settings Download
89Current Sensing Techniques in DC-DC ConvertersDownload
90Analog Layout Techniques - Part 1Download
91Analog Layout Techniques - Part 2Download
92Digital Control of DC-DC Converters, ADC ArchitecturesDownload
93Digital Pulse-Width Modulator Architectures, Adaptive CompensationDownload
94Limitations of Analog and Digital Controllers, Time-Based Controller for Buck ConverterDownload
95Time-Based Controller for Buck Converter and for LDO, Issues with Time-Based ControlDownload
96Multi-Phase DC-DC ConvertersDownload
97Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling, Single Inductor Multiple Output (SIMO) DC-DC ConverterDownload
98LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 1Download
99LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 2Download
100LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 3Download
101LED Drivers for Camera FlashDownload
102Li-Ion Battery and its Charging PhasesDownload
103Battery Charger ICDownload

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1Introduction to PMIC - Part 1Download
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2Introduction to PMIC - Part 2Download
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3Linear versus Switching RegulatorsDownload
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4Performance Parameters of RegulatorsDownload
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5Local vs Remote Feedback, Point of Load RegulatorsDownload
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6Kelvin Sensing, Droop CompensationDownload
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7Current Regulator Applications, Introduction to Bandgap Voltage References, PTAT and CTAT voltageDownload
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8Adding PTAT and CTAT VoltagesDownload
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9Bandgap Voltage Reference Circuit, Brokaw Bandgap CircuitDownload
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10Sub-1-volt Bandgap Circuit Download
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11Generating Multiple Reference Voltages; Applications of Linear RegulatorsDownload
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12Designing a Linear Regulator, Negative and Positive Feedback Download
Verified
13First-Order Systems, Phase MarginDownload
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14Closed-Loop Response of Second-Order Systems Download
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15Relationship between Damping Factor and Phase Margin, Frequency Compensation, MOS Parasitic CapacitancesDownload
Verified
16Finding the Poles of the Error Amplifier - Part 1Download
Verified
17Finding the Poles of the Error Amplifier - Part 2Download
Verified
18Dominant Pole Frequency CompensationDownload
Verified
19Dominant Pole Compensation at No-LoadDownload
Verified
20Dominant Pole Compensation using Miller Effect, RHP zero due to Miller Capacitor Download
Verified
21Intuitive Method of Finding the Poles, Pole Splitting after Miller CompensationDownload
Verified
22Effect of RHP zero on Stability, Mitigating the Effect of RHP zero, LDO with NMOS Pass ElementDownload
Verified
23Output Impedance of PMOS LDO Download
Verified
24Line Regulation and PSRR of PMOS LDODownload
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25PSRR of PMOS versus PSRR of NMOS LDODownload
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26Sources of Error in Linear and Switching RegulatorsDownload
Verified
27Offset in Amplifiers; Real Life Analogy; Static Offset CancellationDownload
Verified
28Dynamic Offset Cancellation Techniques (Chopping, Auto-zeroing)Download
Verified
29Digital LDO, Technique to Avoid Limit Cycle Oscillations in Digital LDODownload
Verified
30Hybrid LDO, Short-Circuit ProtectionDownload
Verified
31Hiccup Mode and Foldback Current LimitDownload
Verified
32Introduction to Switching RegulatorsDownload
Verified
33volt-second Balance, Non-Idealities in the Power Stage of a Buck Converter Download
Verified
34Transformer Model of a Buck Converter, Conduction Efficiency, Efficiency of an LDO versus Efficiency of a Switching Regulator Download
Verified
35Synchronous versus Non-Synchronous Switching Regulators, PWM Control TechniquesDownload
Verified
36Losses in Switching Regulators (Conduction Loss, Gate-Driver Switching Loss)Download
Verified
37Dead-Time Switching Loss in DC-DC ConvertersDownload
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38Hard Switching Loss in DC DC ConvertersPDF unavailable
39Magnetic Loss in DC-DC Converters, Relative Significance of Losses as a Function of the Load CurrentDownload
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40Output Voltage Ripple of a Buck ConverterPDF unavailable
41Choosing the Inductor and Capacitor for a Buck ConverterDownload
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42CCM Vs DCM Operation in DC DC ConvertersPDF unavailable
43CCM DCM Boundary Condition, Voltage Conversion Ratio in DCMPDF unavailable
44Concept of Pulse Frequency Modulation PFMDownload
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45Classification of Pulse Width ModulatorsDownload
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46DC - DC Converter Control Techniques, Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter Part 1Download
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47Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter Part 2Download
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48Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter Part 3Download
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49Dominant Pole Compensation (Type-I with Gm-C Architecture)Download
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50Dominant Pole Compensation (Type-I with Op Amp-RC Architecture)Download
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51Introduction to Type-II Compensation Download
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52Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 1PDF unavailable
53Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 2PDF unavailable
54Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 3PDF unavailable
55Type-II Compensator using Op Amp-RC ArchitecturePDF unavailable
56Introduction to Type-III CompensatorPDF unavailable
57Type-III Compensator using Op Amp-RC ArchitecturePDF unavailable
58Simulation of DC-DC Converter with Type-III CompensatorPDF unavailable
59Type-III Compensator using Gm-C ArchitectureDownload
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60Feed-Forward Line Compensation, Loop Gain Compensation by Modulating Gm Download
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61Designing a Buck Converter, Power Loss BudgetingDownload
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62Sizing Power MOSFETsDownload
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63Estimating Switching Losses and Choosing the Switching FrequencyDownload
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64Choosing Inductance and Capacitance ValuesDownload
Verified
65Choosing 'C' Depending on Factors that Limit the Load Transient ResponseDownload
Verified
66Inductor and Capacitor Characteristics, Reducing the Effect of Capacitor ESLDownload
Verified
67Gate Buffer and Non-Overlap Clock Generator in Gate-Driver CircuitDownload
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68Pulse-Width Modulator- Trailing Edge, Leading Edge and Dual Edge; Triangle Wave GeneratorDownload
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69Average Ramp Voltage of Single-Edge PW Modulator,Design Considerations of EADownload
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70Delays Associated with PW Modulator, PFM and PSM Operation, DCM Operation using NMOSDownload
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71Designing a Zero-Cross Comparator, Inverter-Based Auto-Zeroed Comparator, Simulation DemoDownload
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72Current Mode Control- Peak, Valley, Emulated; VMC versus CMC; Sub-Harmonic OscillationDownload
Verified
73Ramp-Adaptive Slope Compensation to Avoid Current Loop InstabilityDownload
Verified
74Non-Linear Control of DC-DC Converters, Phase-Shift between i_L and v_CDownload
Verified
75Stabilising a Voltage-Mode Hysteretic Converter using R_esr, Relation between F_sw and the Hysteresis WindowDownload
Verified
76Hysteretic Converter - Simulation DemoDownload
Verified
77Current-Mode Hysteretic Converter, Using R-C as Ripple GeneratorDownload
Verified
78Controlling the Switching Frequency of a Hysteretic Converter, Delay in the Hysteretic Comparator Download
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79Frequency and Voltage Regulation Loops in a Fixed-Frequency Hysteretic ConverterDownload
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80Resetting the Capacitor Voltage in a Hysteretic Converter, Constant ON-Time Control Download
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81Introduction to Boost Converter, RHP Zero in a Boost ConverterDownload
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82Introduction to Buck-Boost ConverterDownload
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83Tri-Mode Buck-Boost Converter (Buck, Buck-Boost and Boost)Download
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84Boundary Conditions for Mode Transition in a Tri-Mode Buck-Boost ConverterDownload
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85Generating Buck and Boost Duty Cycles in a Tri-Mode Buck-Boost ConverterDownload
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86Introduction to Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converters,Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter with V_o = 2*V_DDDownload
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87Applications of Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converters in Open-Loop, Regulating the Output using Feedback ControlDownload
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88H-Bridge Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter,SC DC-DC converter with Multiple Gain Settings Download
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89Current Sensing Techniques in DC-DC ConvertersDownload
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90Analog Layout Techniques - Part 1PDF unavailable
91Analog Layout Techniques - Part 2PDF unavailable
92Digital Control of DC-DC Converters, ADC ArchitecturesPDF unavailable
93Digital Pulse-Width Modulator Architectures, Adaptive CompensationPDF unavailable
94Limitations of Analog and Digital Controllers, Time-Based Controller for Buck ConverterPDF unavailable
95Time-Based Controller for Buck Converter and for LDO, Issues with Time-Based ControlPDF unavailable
96Multi-Phase DC-DC ConvertersPDF unavailable
97Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling, Single Inductor Multiple Output (SIMO) DC-DC ConverterPDF unavailable
98LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 1PDF unavailable
99LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 2PDF unavailable
100LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 3PDF unavailable
101LED Drivers for Camera FlashPDF unavailable
102Li-Ion Battery and its Charging PhasesPDF unavailable
103Battery Charger ICPDF unavailable


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