Zero voltage switching multi resonant converter using 0.6μm technology

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Abstract

Technology used for high performance DC-DC voltage regulator based Integrated Circuits is evolving. Zero voltage switching buck converter is one such DC-DC regulation schemes integrated in the power conversion circuitry and is designed such that power density is maximized and the switching losses are reduced. This paper discusses the design of AMI06 technology based zero voltage switching buck converter operating at 1 MHz switching frequency. A design example accommodating input voltage range from 5V-8V DC at a constant DC output voltage of 3V was considered. The simulations were performed on Cadence tool to verify the feasibility of the proposed converter. Finally this zero voltage switching buck converter is compared to the conventional buck converter in terms of switching losses and efficiency.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication12th IEEE International Conference Electronics, Energy, Environment, Communication, Computer, Control
Subtitle of host publication(E3-C3), INDICON 2015
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
ISBN (Electronic)9781467373999
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 29 2016
Event12th IEEE International Conference Electronics, Energy, Environment, Communication, Computer, Control, INDICON 2015 - New Delhi, India
Duration: Dec 17 2015Dec 20 2015

Publication series

Name12th IEEE International Conference Electronics, Energy, Environment, Communication, Computer, Control: (E3-C3), INDICON 2015

Conference

Conference12th IEEE International Conference Electronics, Energy, Environment, Communication, Computer, Control, INDICON 2015
CountryIndia
CityNew Delhi
Period12/17/1512/20/15

Keywords

  • DC/DC Converters
  • Half Wave
  • Multi resonant
  • Resonant Switching
  • Zero Voltage Switching

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