A low-power monolithic DC-DC converter for Internet of things (IoT) applications is presented in this paper. The maximum efficiency Î· of the circuit is 79.76%, when the input voltage is 3.6V while output voltage is regulated to be equal to 1.8V. The DC-DC converter is designed with Cadence on CMOS technology. The efficiency Î· of the circuit is investigated as a function of average output current. The reaction of the system is evaluated when the input voltage is changed in the range between 2.5V and 4.2V and the temperature varies from - 50°C to 120°C.
Cadence, CMOS technology, DC-DC converters, Integrated circuits, Internet of things (IoT).
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