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Integrated analogue voltage multiplier combining MOS and bipolar transistors

Electronics Letters, 1991

An analogue voltage multiplier (AVM) using a bipolar transistor core fabricated using a standard CMOS process is reported. A bipolar core is introduced to capitalise on the superior linearity of bipolar transistors in this application. The circuit achieves a typical nonlinearity of 0.1% full- scale at half-scale output voltage and the performance is compared with a CMOS AVM fabricated on ...


Performance Improvement of a 2.4-GHz Multi-stage Rectifier Using Power Optimized Waveforms

2018 25th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS), 2018

This work reports the impact of using power optimized waveforms (POWs) in wireless power transmission (WPT) systems especially on the Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier developed for an electrostatic vibration energy harvester where the bias voltage has an important task to decrease the charging time of the capacitor plates. Several indicators such as peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR), instantaneous power variance (IPV) and ...


EEPROM memory block for use in a micro-power RFID tag

2018 IEEE Conference of Russian Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EIConRus), 2018

At present days semiconductor memory is a basic semiconductor industry component. It is associated with abundant usage of semiconductor memory in the quality of self-sufficient IC chips, used to transfer information between hardware devices, as well as built-in memory of a widespread class of semiconductor devices. Relevance is attributed to the appearance of IC chips, constructed using proprietary production process ...


Design of Rectifier at ISM Band for RF Energy Harvesting of Low Powers

2019 International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing (ICCSP), 2019

This paper presents the analysis of a single band rectifier operating at 2.45 GHz. Harvesting energy in the lower powers is a common challenge. This work is targeted to improve the efficiency in lower powers of -10dBm to 0dBm. A voltage multiplier is considered as a rectifier here. The simulated rectifier gives an output voltage of 0.379 volts with a ...


Design of boost converter with voltage multiplier cell for single phase AC load applications

2019 Fifth International Conference on Electrical Energy Systems (ICEES), 2019

The fast depleting rate of fossil fuels necessitates the need for alternate renewable energy sources to generate electricity. Electricity plays a pivotal role in the country's economic development and has a pre-eminent role to play. One way of converting the incident sunlight into electricity is by using PV cells. This proposed paper focuses on using the power generated from PV ...


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  • Integrated analogue voltage multiplier combining MOS and bipolar transistors

    An analogue voltage multiplier (AVM) using a bipolar transistor core fabricated using a standard CMOS process is reported. A bipolar core is introduced to capitalise on the superior linearity of bipolar transistors in this application. The circuit achieves a typical nonlinearity of 0.1% full- scale at half-scale output voltage and the performance is compared with a CMOS AVM fabricated on the same wafer.<>

  • Performance Improvement of a 2.4-GHz Multi-stage Rectifier Using Power Optimized Waveforms

    This work reports the impact of using power optimized waveforms (POWs) in wireless power transmission (WPT) systems especially on the Cockcroft-Walton voltage multiplier developed for an electrostatic vibration energy harvester where the bias voltage has an important task to decrease the charging time of the capacitor plates. Several indicators such as peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR), instantaneous power variance (IPV) and complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) are calculated and used to predict the voltage gain of different waveforms compared to single tone signal. The simulations and measurements show the improvement of RF-to-dc conversion efficiency with POWs where 8-tone signal's voltage output is 1.6 V (2 dB of voltage gain) higher than 1-tone signal at 0 dBm.

  • EEPROM memory block for use in a micro-power RFID tag

    At present days semiconductor memory is a basic semiconductor industry component. It is associated with abundant usage of semiconductor memory in the quality of self-sufficient IC chips, used to transfer information between hardware devices, as well as built-in memory of a widespread class of semiconductor devices. Relevance is attributed to the appearance of IC chips, constructed using proprietary production process of nanometer memory, on a domestic market. The article is concerned with development of Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM) cell with a control unit for using in micropower computing devices based on 180-nm CMOS technology.

  • Design of Rectifier at ISM Band for RF Energy Harvesting of Low Powers

    This paper presents the analysis of a single band rectifier operating at 2.45 GHz. Harvesting energy in the lower powers is a common challenge. This work is targeted to improve the efficiency in lower powers of -10dBm to 0dBm. A voltage multiplier is considered as a rectifier here. The simulated rectifier gives an output voltage of 0.379 volts with a power conversion efficiency of 28%. For 0 dBm input power, the output voltage is 1.45 volts and efficiency is 42%. L-matching circuit using single stub matching technique is used as matching network.

  • Design of boost converter with voltage multiplier cell for single phase AC load applications

    The fast depleting rate of fossil fuels necessitates the need for alternate renewable energy sources to generate electricity. Electricity plays a pivotal role in the country's economic development and has a pre-eminent role to play. One way of converting the incident sunlight into electricity is by using PV cells. This proposed paper focuses on using the power generated from PV cells for supplying single phase AC loads. A boost converter with 0.5 duty cycle was fabricated and tested. The results obtained from hardware and software simulation is shown to have better efficiency. This concept is simulated using PLECS software. The boost converter fabricated has specifications of 24-48V conversion and power rating of 96W. The efficiency was found to be 93%.

  • Design of an Efficient RF Energy Harvesting System at 900 MHz

    In this paper a more efficient Radio Frequency(RF) energy harvesting system is designed at 900 MHz of ISM band. A schottky diode based Dickson voltage multiplier is used for enhancing the output DC voltage. The output efficiency is tested at the input power range from -10dBm to 40dBm using 1st, 2nd and 3rd stages of the multiplier. The maximum efficiency of the system is achieved at 10dBm which is 84.18%.

  • Wireless DC power Generator for Passive RFID by using Cockcroft-Walton Voltage Multiplier in CMOS 0.18um Technology

    This paper presents a DC generator for passive RFID tag based on Cockcroft- Walton voltage multiplier topology. Generator has number of voltage multipliers in parallel. It includes bandgap-reference and regulator to create stably DC voltage to operate the tag's internal circuitry. And it has limiter circuit to prevent damage to the internal circuit when a strong signal is received. This DC generator designed to operate at UHF 900MHz and produces an output of about 1.8V for 30k-ohm when 0dBm intensity signal is received.

  • Analogue voltage multiplier/divider with stabilised scale factor

    Trimming of the scale-factor for an analogue voltage multiplier (AVM) is usually achieved by a post-fabrication calibration. In the Letter a method is reported whereby two nonstabilised AVM cores have been used to produce one AVM with a scale factor stabilised to 1% with no calibration necessary.<>

  • Integrated Cold Start of a Boost Converter at 57 mV Using Cross-Coupled Complementary Charge Pumps and Ultra-Low-Voltage Ring Oscillator

    This paper demonstrates an on-chip electrical cold-start technique to achieve low-voltage and fast start-up of a boost converter for autonomous thermal energy harvesting from human body heat. An improved charge transfer through high gate-boosted switches by means of cross-coupled complementary charge pumps enables voltage multiplication of the low input voltage during cold start. The start-up voltage multiplier operates with an on-chip clock generated by an ultra-low-voltage ring oscillator. The proposed cold-start scheme implemented in a general-purpose 0.18-μm CMOS process assists an inductive boost converter to start operation with a minimum input voltage of 57 mV in 135 ms while consuming only 90 nJ of energy from the harvesting source, without using additional sources of energy or additional off-chip components.

  • High Gain Ultra Boost Converter With Voltage Regulation

    Nowadays high gain boost converters are efficient for many applications. This work introduces a high gain ultra boost converter with voltage regulation by increasing voltage gain and reducing voltage stress across the switch. This converter uses an autotransformer with coupled inductor integrating on the same core to achieve high output voltage about ten times of input voltage without using endmost duty cycle. And also a Switched/Diode voltage multiplier cell is using in coupled magnetic circuit to recycle the leakage energy. Methods used here for voltage regulations are Line regulation and Reference regulation. The simulation of proposed converter is verified using MATLAB/SIMULINK software. Modes of operation and analysis of the converter are also discussed.



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