Impact of the Passive Component Structure for High Efficiency and Fast Response POL Using Power Supply on Chip
AbstractPower-SoC, which integrates MCU, power device, control circuits and passive devices on the same chip has been attracted attention. In this paper, we discuss the design consideration of high efficiency and fast response POL using 3D Power-SoC (Supply on Chip). We propose the optimal structure according to the switching frequency based on simulations.
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