Digital intensive DC-DC converter
Date of Issue2016
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
With the development and optimization of switching power supply for the past few decades, analog control technology has become fairly mature. However, analog control method has its own inherent weaknesses, such as fixed compensation design, which limits the application in multiple occasions. Digital control technology has many unique advantages; such as reprogram ability, reprogram ability, unique noise immunity and so on. Due to these advantages, digital-dominated power management IC becomes the current developing trend. In this dissertation, research and design of digitally controlled DC-DC buck converter are conducted. Firstly, power stage design methodology has been reviewed in detail. Then, parameters of the power stage are calculated based on the specification. For the digital controller design, emulation digital design method has been used; proportional–integral–derivative (PID) control methodology is presented. After the analysis of the system closed loop model in Simulink, PID controller in s-domain is conducted. The controller can be transformed to z-domain directly and digital controller design is completed. Finally, digital intensive buck converter is modeled in Simulink.
DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering