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CMOS Integrated Circuit Design for Wireless Power Transfer

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CMOS Integrated Circuit Design for Wireless Power Transfer
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CMOS Integrated Circuit Design for Wireless Power Transfer
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CMOS Integrated Circuit Design for Wireless Power Transfer
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CMOS Integrated Circuit Design for Wireless Power Transfer
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction of Wireless Power Transfer -- 1.1 Motivations -- 1.2 Operation Principles, Regulations, and Standards -- 1.2.1 Near-Field and Far-Field Operation -- 1.2.2 Ultrasound Wireless Power Transfer -- 1.2.3 Inductive and Resonant WPT -- 1.2.4 Wireless Charging Standards -- 1.3 Design Perspectives -- 1.3.1 Comparison of Wired and Wireless Power -- 1.3.2 System Overview -- 1.4 Organization of the Book -- References -- Chapter 2: Wireless Power Transfer Systems -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Output Voltage Regulation Schemes -- 2.2.1 Primary Side Non-linear Power Control -- 2.2.2 Reconfigurable Rectifier for Adaptive Output -- 2.2.3 Resonant Regulating Rectifier -- 2.2.4 Reconfigurable Resonant Regulating Rectifiers -- 2.2.5 Pre-rectifier Regulation -- 2.2.6 Multi-Level Single-Inductor Multiple Output Operation -- 2.3 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Chapter 3: Analysis of Coupled-Coils -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Coupled-Coils and Modeling -- 3.2.1 Ideal Transformer -- 3.2.2 Ideal Coupled-Coils -- 3.2.3 T-Model of Coupled-Coils -- 3.2.4 Transformer Model of Coupled-Coils -- 3.2.5 Reflected Impedance Model of Coupled-Coils -- 3.2.6 Link Voltage Gain and Link Efficiency -- 3.2.7 Computing A and eta of the Ideal Coupled-Coils -- 3.2.8 Design-Oriented Analysis of Coupled-Coils with Parasitics -- 3.3 Resonant Coupled-Coils -- 3.3.1 Series-Series Resonant Coupled-Coils -- 3.3.2 Series-Parallel Resonant Coupled-Coils -- 3.4 Summary -- References -- Chapter 4: Circuit Design of CMOS Rectifiers -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Diodes and Diode-Connected Transistors -- 4.3 Comparator-Based Active Rectifiers -- 4.3.1 Delay Compensation Schemes -- 4.3.2 Delay Time Analysis of Active Diodes -- 4.3.3 Biasing Circuits of Active Rectifiers -- 4.3.4 Full-Wave Rectifier Design Examples -- 4.3.4.1 Power Transistor Sizing
  • 4.3.4.2 Start-Up Process -- 4.3.4.3 Measurement Results -- 4.3.5 Reconfigurable Rectifier Design Example -- 4.4 DLL-Based Rectifiers -- 4.5 Rectifiers for RF Energy Harvesting -- 4.6 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Chapter 5: Linear Regulators for WPT -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 PMOS and NMOS LDO Regulators -- 5.3 Control Loop Design -- 5.3.1 Dominant Pole Considerations -- 5.3.2 Replica Regulator -- 5.3.3 Flipped Voltage Follower -- 5.3.4 Impedance Attenuation Buffer -- 5.3.5 Digitally Controlled LDO Regulator -- 5.4 Design Case Study -- 5.4.1 Design of Tri-Loop LDO Regulator -- 5.4.1.1 Tri-Loop Design -- 5.4.1.2 Buffer Design -- 5.4.1.3 Stability Design -- 5.4.1.4 Load Regulation -- 5.4.1.5 Power Supply Ripple Rejection -- 5.4.1.6 Measurement Results -- 5.4.1.7 Conclusions for the Tri-Loop Design -- 5.4.2 LDO Regulator with Enhanced Super Source Follower -- 5.5 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Chapter 6: DC-DC Converters for WPT -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 DC-DC Converter Comparisons -- 6.3 Control Loop Design -- 6.3.1 Loop Design for Inductor-Based Converters -- 6.3.2 Loop Design for SC DC-DC Converters -- 6.4 Architectures of DC-DC Conversion -- 6.4.1 Multiple-Output Converters -- 6.4.2 Layout Strategy for Efficient Power Delivery -- 6.4.3 Cascade Voltage Regulators -- 6.5 Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Power Amplifiers for WPT -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.1.1 Integration Processes -- 7.1.2 Losses in Switching PAs -- 7.1.2.1 Conduction Loss -- 7.1.2.2 Turn-On Switching Loss -- 7.1.2.3 Turn-Off Switching Loss -- 7.1.2.4 Gate-Drive Loss -- 7.1.3 Zero Voltage (Current) Switching -- 7.2 Class-D PA -- 7.2.1 Operation Conditions -- 7.2.2 ZVS Class-D PA -- 7.3 Class-E PA -- 7.4 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Chapter 8: Conclusions and Future Works -- 8.1 Concluding Remarks of the Book -- 8.2 Suggested Future Works -- References
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