Adaptive techniques for mixed signal system on chip by Taoufik Bourdi, Izzet Kale

By Taoufik Bourdi, Izzet Kale

Analog and combined sign built-in platforms of this present day and the next day may be very advanced, as they meet the problem and elevated call for for larger degrees of integration in a procedure on Chip (SoC). present and destiny traits demand pushing approach integration to the top degrees with a purpose to in attaining cost-effective and occasional energy for giant quantity items within the buyer and telecom markets, similar to feature-rich hand-held battery-operated units. In today’s analog layout atmosphere, a completely built-in CMOS SoC layout may possibly require numerous silicon spins earlier than it meets all product standards and infrequently with really low yields. This ends up in major elevate in improvement fee, specifically that masks set expenditures elevate exponentially as characteristic dimension scales down.

This booklet is dedicated to the topic of adaptive recommendations for clever analog and combined sign layout wherein totally useful first-pass silicon is achieveable. To our wisdom, this is often the 1st publication dedicated to this topic. The options defined should still result in quantum development in layout productiveness of complicated analog and combined sign platforms whereas considerably slicing the spiraling expenses of product improvement in rising nanometer applied sciences. The underlying ideas and layout concepts awarded are customary and would definitely follow to CMOS analog and combined sign structures in excessive quantity , reasonably cheap instant , cord line, and client digital SoC or chip set solutions.

Adaptive strategies for combined sign Sytem on Chip  discusses the idea that of variation within the context of analog and combined sign layout in addition to various adaptive architectures used to manage any method parameter. the 1st a part of the ebook supplies an summary of the various components which are generally utilized in adaptive designs together with tunable parts in addition to voltage, present, and time references with an emphasis at the circuit layout of particular blocks corresponding to voltage-controlled transconductors, offset comparators, and a singular method for actual implementation of on chip resistors. whereas the 1st a part of the e-book addresses adaptive options on the circuit and block degrees, the second one half discusses adaptive equalization architectures hired to lessen the effect of ISI (Intersymbol Interference) at the caliber of got facts in high-speed twine line transceivers. It offers the implementation of a 125Mbps transceiver working over a variable size of classification five (CAT-5) Ethernet cable as an instance of adaptive equalizers.

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However, for simplicity, Figure 4-1 shows the synthesized frequency to be two-thirds of the desired frequency. 11a bands. The CadenceTM model of this synthesizer is shown in Figure 4-2. The PLL model is a phase-domain model; in steady state, the VCO model generates a ramp instead of an oscillatory voltage (voltage-domain model). Figure 4-1. A Conventional ∆−Σ-Based Fractional-N Frequency Synthesizer Tuning Curve PFD/CP LUT Φ 40 MHz = 40V Integrator ∫ CP Divider ∆−Σ MMD Frequency VCO Frequency Figure 4-2.

18, a Mathcad program (see Appendix F) was written to predict the closed-loop phase noise contributions of the individual subblocks and the entire PLL. The same loop parameters used in the case study discussed in this chapter are used in the phase noise calculations. Example phase noise plateaus used in this program are shown in Table 3-4. Phase-Locked Loop Frequency Synthesizers 33 phase noise dBc/Hz VCO phase noise loop bandwidth logic plateau noise Filter roll off VCO Phase noise skirts 20log(fout/fref) 20log(fout/fsamp) logic noise VCXO phase noise 1/f3 LBW 1/f2 frequency offset Figure 3-12.

3 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator The VCO converts a continuous input voltage to a high-frequency signal. Several performance criteria for the VCO design are of interest. Those are: power consumption, phase noise, jitter, linearity, tuning range, supply voltage, and substrate noise rejection. The frequency versus tuning voltage characteristics is usually nonlinear; however, a linear approximation is often used in the analysis of the entire PLL. The linear slope approximation for the VCO gain is called KVCO and its unit is in Hz/V.

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