ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 4 English
- 4 Public
- Electrical engineering
- 1 Adaptive biasing
- 1 Analog Design
- 1 Battery Charger
- 1 Class-D amplifier
- 1 Current-Controlled Oscillator
- 1 Design
- 1 Envelope tracking (ET)
- 1 Fast Transient Response LDO
- 1 Frequency Discriminator
- 1 Frequency-domain Quantization
- 1 Gain enhancement
- 1 High slew rate
- 1 LDO Voltage Regulators
- 1 Long-term evolution (LTE)
- 1 Power Management Integrated Circuits
- 1 Power Supply
- 1 Power amplifier (PA)
- 1 Pulse Density Modulation
- 1 Sigma-Delta Modulation
As wireless communication enters smartphone era, more complicated communication technologies are being used to transmit higher data rate. Power amplifier (PA) has to work in back-off region, while this inevitably reduces battery life for cellphones. Various techniques have been reported to increase PA efficiency, such as envelope elimination and restoration (EER) and envelope tracking (ET). However, state of the art ET supply modulators failed to address high efficiency, high slew rate, and accurate tracking concurrently. In this dissertation, a linear-switch mode hybrid ET supply modulator utilizing adaptive biasing and gain enhanced current mirror operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) with class-AB output …
- Jing, Yue, Bakkaloglu, Bertan, Kiaei, Sayfe, et al.
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The modern era of consumer electronics is dominated by compact, portable, affordable smartphones and wearable computing devices. Power management integrated circuits (PMICs) play a crucial role in on-chip power management, extending battery life and efficiency of integrated analog, radio-frequency (RF), and mixed-signal cores. Low-dropout (LDO) regulators are commonly used to provide clean supply for low voltage integrated circuits, where point-of-load regulation is important. In System-On-Chip (SoC) applications, digital circuits can change their mode of operation regularly at a very high speed, imposing various load transient conditions for the regulator. These quick changes of load create a glitch in LDO output …
- Desai, Chirag, Kiaei, Sayfe, Bakkaloglu, Bertan, et al.
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ABSTRACT To meet stringent market demands, manufacturers must produce Radio Frequency (RF) transceivers that provide wireless communication between electronic components used in consumer products at extremely low cost. Semiconductor manufacturers are in a steady race to increase integration levels through advanced system-on-chip (SoC) technology. The testing costs of these devices tend to increase with higher integration levels. As the integration levels increase and the devices get faster, the need for high-calibre low cost test equipment become highly dominant. However testing the overall system becomes harder and more expensive. Traditionally, the transceiver system is tested in two steps utilizing high-calibre RF …
- Sreenivassan, Aiswariya, Ozev, Sule, Kiaei, Sayfe, et al.
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Pulse Density Modulation- (PDM-) based class-D amplifiers can reduce non-linearity and tonal content due to carrier signal in Pulse Width Modulation - (PWM-) based amplifiers. However, their low-voltage analog implementations also require a linear- loop filter and a quantizer. A PDM-based class-D audio amplifier using a frequency-domain quantization is presented in this paper. The digital-intensive frequency domain approach achieves high linearity under low-supply regimes. An analog comparator and a single-bit quantizer are replaced with a Current-Controlled Oscillator- (ICO-) based frequency discriminator. By using the ICO as a phase integrator, a third-order noise shaping is achieved using only two analog integrators. …
- Lee, Junghan, Bakkaloglu, Bertan, Kiaei, Sayfe, et al.
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