NOC:Power Management Integrated Circuits


Lecture 1 - Introduction to PMIC - Part 1


Lecture 2 - Introduction to PMIC - Part 2


Lecture 3 - Linear versus Switching Regulators


Lecture 4 - Performance Parameters of Regulators


Lecture 5 - Local vs Remote Feedback, Point of Load Regulators


Lecture 6 - Kelvin Sensing, Droop Compensation


Lecture 7 - Current Regulator Applications, Introduction to Bandgap Voltage References, PTAT and CTAT voltage


Lecture 8 - Adding PTAT and CTAT Voltages


Lecture 9 - Bandgap Voltage Reference Circuit, Brokaw Bandgap Circuit


Lecture 10 - Sub-1-volt Bandgap Circuit


Lecture 11 - Generating Multiple Reference Voltages; Applications of Linear Regulators


Lecture 12 - Designing a Linear Regulator, Negative and Positive Feedback


Lecture 13 - First-Order Systems, Phase Margin


Lecture 14 - Closed-Loop Response of Second-Order Systems


Lecture 15 - Relationship between Damping Factor and Phase Margin, Frequency Compensation, MOS Parasitic Capacitances


Lecture 16 - Finding the Poles of the Error Amplifier - Part 1


Lecture 17 - Finding the Poles of the Error Amplifier - Part 2


Lecture 18 - Dominant Pole Frequency Compensation


Lecture 19 - Dominant Pole Compensation at No-Load


Lecture 20 - Dominant Pole Compensation using Miller Effect, RHP zero due to Miller Capacitor


Lecture 21 - Intuitive Method of Finding the Poles, Pole Splitting after Miller Compensation


Lecture 22 - Effect of RHP zero on Stability, Mitigating the Effect of RHP zero, LDO with NMOS Pass Element


Lecture 23 - Output Impedance of PMOS LDO


Lecture 24 - Line Regulation and PSRR of PMOS LDO


Lecture 25 - PSRR of PMOS versus PSRR of NMOS LDO


Lecture 26 - Sources of Error in Linear and Switching Regulators


Lecture 27 - Offset in Amplifiers; Real Life Analogy; Static Offset Cancellation


Lecture 28 - Dynamic Offset Cancellation Techniques (Chopping, Auto-zeroing)


Lecture 29 - Digital LDO, Technique to Avoid Limit Cycle Oscillations in Digital LDO


Lecture 30 - Hybrid LDO, Short-Circuit Protection


Lecture 31 - Hiccup Mode and Foldback Current Limit


Lecture 32 - Introduction to Switching Regulators


Lecture 33 - volt-second Balance, Non-Idealities in the Power Stage of a Buck Converter


Lecture 34 - Transformer Model of a Buck Converter, Conduction Efficiency, Efficiency of an LDO versus Efficiency of a Switching Regulator


Lecture 35 - Synchronous versus Non-Synchronous Switching Regulators, PWM Control Techniques


Lecture 36 - Losses in Switching Regulators (Conduction Loss, Gate-Driver Switching Loss)


Lecture 37 - Dead-Time Switching Loss in DC-DC Converters


Lecture 38 - Hard Switching Loss in DC DC Converters


Lecture 39 - Magnetic Loss in DC-DC Converters, Relative Significance of Losses as a Function of the Load Current


Lecture 40 - Output Voltage Ripple of a Buck Converter


Lecture 41 - Choosing the Inductor and Capacitor for a Buck Converter


Lecture 42 - CCM Vs DCM Operation in DC DC Converters


Lecture 43 - CCM DCM Boundary Condition, Voltage Conversion Ratio in DCM


Lecture 44 - Concept of Pulse Frequency Modulation PFM


Lecture 45 - Classification of Pulse Width Modulators


Lecture 46 - DC - DC Converter Control Techniques, Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter - Part 1


Lecture 47 - Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter - Part 2


Lecture 48 - Stability Analysis of Voltage Mode Buck Converter - Part 3


Lecture 49 - Dominant Pole Compensation (Type-I with Gm-C Architecture)


Lecture 50 - Dominant Pole Compensation (Type-I with Op Amp-RC Architecture)


Lecture 51 - Introduction to Type-II Compensation


Lecture 52 - Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 1


Lecture 53 - Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 2


Lecture 54 - Type-II Compensator using Gm-C Architecture - Part 3


Lecture 55 - Type-II Compensator using Op Amp-RC Architecture


Lecture 56 - Introduction to Type-III Compensator


Lecture 57 - Type-III Compensator using Op Amp-RC Architecture


Lecture 58 - Simulation of DC-DC Converter with Type-III Compensator


Lecture 59 - Type-III Compensator using Gm-C Architecture


Lecture 60 - Feed-Forward Line Compensation, Loop Gain Compensation by Modulating Gm


Lecture 61 - Designing a Buck Converter, Power Loss Budgeting


Lecture 62 - Sizing Power MOSFETs


Lecture 63 - Estimating Switching Losses and Choosing the Switching Frequency


Lecture 64 - Choosing Inductance and Capacitance Values


Lecture 65 - Choosing 'C' Depending on Factors that Limit the Load Transient Response


Lecture 66 - Inductor and Capacitor Characteristics, Reducing the Effect of Capacitor ESL


Lecture 67 - Gate Buffer and Non-Overlap Clock Generator in Gate-Driver Circuit


Lecture 68 - Pulse-Width Modulator- Trailing Edge, Leading Edge and Dual Edge; Triangle Wave Generator


Lecture 69 - Average Ramp Voltage of Single-Edge PW Modulator,Design Considerations of EA


Lecture 70 - Delays Associated with PW Modulator, PFM and PSM Operation, DCM Operation using NMOS


Lecture 71 - Designing a Zero-Cross Comparator, Inverter-Based Auto-Zeroed Comparator, Simulation Demo


Lecture 72 - Current Mode Control- Peak, Valley, Emulated; VMC versus CMC; Sub-Harmonic Oscillation


Lecture 73 - Ramp-Adaptive Slope Compensation to Avoid Current Loop Instability


Lecture 74 - Non-Linear Control of DC-DC Converters, Phase-Shift between i_L and v_C


Lecture 75 - Stabilising a Voltage-Mode Hysteretic Converter using R_esr, Relation between F_sw and the Hysteresis Window


Lecture 76 - Hysteretic Converter - Simulation Demo


Lecture 77 - Current-Mode Hysteretic Converter, Using R-C as Ripple Generator


Lecture 78 - Controlling the Switching Frequency of a Hysteretic Converter, Delay in the Hysteretic Comparator


Lecture 79 - Frequency and Voltage Regulation Loops in a Fixed-Frequency Hysteretic Converter


Lecture 80 - Resetting the Capacitor Voltage in a Hysteretic Converter, Constant ON-Time Control


Lecture 81 - Introduction to Boost Converter, RHP Zero in a Boost Converter


Lecture 82 - Introduction to Buck-Boost Converter


Lecture 83 - Tri-Mode Buck-Boost Converter (Buck, Buck-Boost and Boost)


Lecture 84 - Boundary Conditions for Mode Transition in a Tri-Mode Buck-Boost Converter


Lecture 85 - Generating Buck and Boost Duty Cycles in a Tri-Mode Buck-Boost Converter


Lecture 86 - Introduction to Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converters,Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter with V_o = 2*V_DD


Lecture 87 - Applications of Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converters in Open-Loop, Regulating the Output using Feedback Control


Lecture 88 - H-Bridge Switched-Capacitor DC-DC Converter,SC DC-DC converter with Multiple Gain Settings


Lecture 89 - Current Sensing Techniques in DC-DC Converters


Lecture 90 - Analog Layout Techniques - Part 1


Lecture 91 - Analog Layout Techniques - Part 2


Lecture 92 - Digital Control of DC-DC Converters, ADC Architectures


Lecture 93 - Digital Pulse-Width Modulator Architectures, Adaptive Compensation


Lecture 94 - Limitations of Analog and Digital Controllers, Time-Based Controller for Buck Converter


Lecture 95 - Time-Based Controller for Buck Converter and for LDO, Issues with Time-Based Control


Lecture 96 - Multi-Phase DC-DC Converters


Lecture 97 - Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling, Single Inductor Multiple Output (SIMO) DC-DC Converter


Lecture 98 - LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 1


Lecture 99 - LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 2


Lecture 100 - LCD/AMOLED Display Drivers - Part 3


Lecture 101 - LED Drivers for Camera Flash


Lecture 102 - Li-Ion Battery and its Charging Phases


Lecture 103 - Battery Charger IC