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System-on-a-Chip Design and Verification Today it is probably only 3 to 4 years. With portability and miniaturization becoming buzzwords in electronics, design engineers have to concentrate on many additional aspects in the core of a design. Some of these are power supply design, packaging, thermal design, and reliability. In the new millennium, with very large-scale integrated VLSI circuits and system-on-a-chip SOC technologies maturing, designers have many options when designing electronic systems. A budding electronics engineer with a degree-level qualification takes a few years to appreciate the breadth of the subject while learning the depth in limited specialized areas. The breadth and depth of the subject together are necessary to produce a commercially viable product or system, giving consideration to time to market TTM.
Linear and switch-mode power supplies. Chapter 7, Power Supplies, includes linear and switch-mode types, as shown in Fig. The transformer in a switch-mode supply performs the same function as in a linear supply but now operates with a high-frequency square wave instead of a low-frequency sine wave. The smaller transformer allows a physically smaller power supply. The author advocates that you should not design a power supply yourself if you can download it off-the-shelf.
However, there are times when there is not enough space or you need special design requirements. Advantages of using a standard off-the-shelf unit are that it saves a considerable amount of design and testing time, the resources for which may not be available in a small company with short timescales.
A major consideration is efficiency due to power loss sources: Transformer: core losses, determined by the operating level and core material, and copper losses, determined by I2R, where R is the winding resistance.
Rectifiers: diode forward voltage drop, VF, multiplied by operating current. Linear regulator: the voltage dropped across the series-pass element multiplied by the operating current; greatest at high input voltages.
Switch-mode regulator: power dissipated in the switching element due to saturation voltage, plus switching losses in this and in snubber and suppressor components, proportional to switching frequency. With the increasing availability of very compact microprocessors and high-quality power devices, there has been the development of solid-state protection circuits ranging from simple fuses to advanced configurable protection devices.
These solid-state devices can be considered under the generic term SSPC solid-state protection circuit. Chapter 8, Electromagnetic Compatibility, is a design consideration because all electrical and electronic devices generate electromagnetic interference EMI and are also susceptible to it. The designer must reduce this generation and susceptibility to acceptable levels. With the increasing penetration of solid-state electronics into all areas of activity, acceptable levels of interference have become progressively tighter as physical separation between devices has reduced and reliance on their operation has increased.
I suggest that readers refer to the cited references for more details. I would also appreciate your assistance in notifying me of any errors found in the book.
From to he worked as an electronics engineer responsible for navigational aids and communications projects in civil aviation and digital telephone exchange systems. He has participated in many specialized training programs with equipment manufacturers, universities, and other organizations in the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Italy. He was an active consultant for two U. He is currently a member of the expert reviewer panel of the Foundation for Research, Science and Technology, New Zealand.
He is currently active in research in transient propagation and power conditioning in power electronics, embedded processing applications for power electronics, and smart sensor systems. He has contributed more than 60 papers to academic and industry journals and international conference proceedings.
He is a fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka. His hobby is gardening cacti and succulents.
Acknowledgments Since my graduation in from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, I have spent more than 30 years in electronics and associated fields. My year career — at the Arthur C.
Colleagues, project partners, students, friends and family always encouraged me to be closely involved with the world of electronics and enjoy the opportunities. There are too many people to mention by name, but I thankfully acknowledge them all with a very grateful heart. This book attempts to provide a reasonable link between the theoretical knowledge domain and the valuable practical information domain from the technology developers. The broad approach in this work is to understand the complete systems and appreciate their interfacing aspects, embracing many digital circuit blocks coupled with the mixed signal circuitry in complete systems.
A large amount of published material from industry and academia has been used in this book.
The work and organisations that deserve strong acknowledgments are: 1. Many published text books for the material in Chapter 1. Analog Devices, Inc. I am very thankful to the tireless attempts by the following for creating figures, word processing, etc.
Pawan Shestra and David Nicholls, from our own technical staff at the University of Waikato, and Heidi Eschmann from the department administration. Postgraduate student Zhou Weiqian and undergraduate student Ben Haughey.
Dulsha, Malsha, and Rajith, from the family. My special gratitude is extended to my chapter authors Shantha Fernando Shantha, after many years since our ACCMT days you made me feel part of a good team work again across the Tasman sea! I am also very indebted to our postgraduate student Chandani Jinadasa for her assistance in checking my proof reading comments.
For the copyright permission for certain contents in the book I am very thankful to the following: 1. Rich Fassler of Power Integrations Inc. John Hamburger of Linear Technology Inc.
Mike Phipps and Hamish Rawnsley of Altera 9. Yvette Huygen of Synopsys Inc. Joseph P. I am particularly thankful to publisher Nora Konopka for her understanding and the support to get the project Acknowledgments xv moving smoothly. I am very grateful to Robert Sims and the Production staff for their assistance in solving difficult problems during the production of the work. I am very glad to mention that the Editorial and Production group of the CRC Press is a very understanding team, and it was a great pleasure to work with them.
Since moving to Hamilton, New Zealand, to work at the University of Waikato, I am privileged to work with a very friendly team of colleagues who give me lots of encouragement for my work. Thank you so much for your encouragement in my work.