Digitally assisted discontinuous conduction mode 5V/100MHz and 10V/45MHz DC-DC boost converters with integrated Schottky diodes in standard 0.13µm CMOS

@article{Li2010DigitallyAD,
  title={Digitally assisted discontinuous conduction mode 5V/100MHz and 10V/45MHz DC-DC boost converters with integrated Schottky diodes in standard 0.13µm CMOS},
  author={Pengfei Li and Lin Xue and Deepak Bhatia and Rizwan Bashirullah},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference - (ISSCC)},
  year={2010},
  pages={206-207}
}
On-chip or on-package integration of step-up DC-DC converters in a low-voltage process can be attractive for smaller and lighter portable devices powered from single-cell batteries (i.e., NiMH, Fuel cells). To reduce the size of the off-chip components both high frequency (10 to 100s of MHz) [1, 2] and discontinuous-conduction-mode (DCM) switching have been proposed [3]. However, integration of DCM converters is challenging when the required blocking voltages across the switch and rectification… CONTINUE READING
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