12.1 A rational-conversion-ratio switched-capacitor DC-DC converter using negative-output feedback

@article{Jung2016121AR,
  title={12.1 A rational-conversion-ratio switched-capacitor DC-DC converter using negative-output feedback},
  author={Wanyeong Jung and Dennis Sylvester and David Blaauw},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={218-219}
}
Switched-capacitor (SC) DC-DC converters have several advantages over inductive DC-DC converters in that they are easily integrated on-chip and can scale to desired power levels, rendering themselves promising for integrated voltage regulators, especially for small, low-power systems. However, many SC DC-DC converters offer only a few conversion ratios, limiting their use for systems in which either the input or output voltages vary. This is particularly important in wireless systems where… CONTINUE READING

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