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Design and Application of Power Optimized High-Speed CMOS Frequency Dividers. 3. 3. Outline. Background. 1. Approach. 2. Application. 3. Conclusion. 4. A Application. C Solution. PLL DDS RF circuit …. Circuit Partition Architecture Select FF.

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Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Design and Application of

Power Optimized High-Speed CMOS Frequency Dividers


Outline

3

3

Outline

Background

1

Approach

2

Application

3

Conclusion

4


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

A

Application

C

Solution

PLL

DDS

RF circuit

Circuit Partition

Architecture

Select FF

Background-high speed frequency divider

B

Challenge

High Frequency

P = CVdd2fα


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-register based frequency dividers

Divide by two

Counter-based approach

require a lot of registers

First stage

1.Sense Amplifer have small Tdq delay

2.Only two FF

3.Only one differential logic control state


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-register based frequency dividers

Divide by 5

Second Stage

1.MSFF have small power dissipation

2.Only three MSFF

3.Only one logic eliminate forbidden state


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-register based frequency dividers


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-register based frequency dividers

90-nm technology

Result

190 uW/GHZ

Reduce 3/4

1.1V Power Supply

5.5GHz


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-high speed IQ divider architecture

Conventional IQ divider with 90 degree phase skew

  • Edge triggered FF Data to Q delay is to long Conventional MS latchBe at risk of race condition Single ended structure Cannot produce precise phase skew signal

  • Fully Differential high speed low power divider based on CMOS logic


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-high speed IQ divider architecture

First Part: Pulse Generator

  • High frequency input signal Interconnection is simpleDifferential feedback structureLow error rate

  • Low power dissipation

  • No static current source

  • Disadvantage


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-high speed IQ divider architecture

Second Part: Post processing stage

Signal diagram


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-high speed IQ divider architecture

PSPICE simulation

Conditions: 1 Voltage 7GHz input signal

The worst process corner


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-high speed IQ divider architecture

Advantages

The complete circuit does not contain any current sources

The circuit does not require full swing signals at the internal nodes.

The circuit is absolutely symmetric.


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-performance evaluation

Implementation of divider in 90 nm CMOS technology

Structure : Two sense-amplifiers

One shifter core

Two SR latches

The high accuracy of the phase skew can be achieved only if the symmetry of the circuit is maintained in the layout of the divider block(wiring and layout).


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Approach-performance evaluation

The divider consumes 0.36 mW/GHz at 1.0 V and

1.02 mW/GHz at 1.6 V at a maximum operation

frequency of 12.4 GHz.

Sensitive curves


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Application-phase rotator and application in dual modulus pre scaler

Conventional approach

Additional phase synthesizer

Asymmetric layout


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Application-phase rotator and application in dual modulus pre scaler

Proposed divider

Dynamic coupling stage

phase generator and selector in one circuit block

Symmetric architecture


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Application-phase rotator and application in dual modulus pre scaler

Pre scaler using proposed IQ divider

master-slave toggle flip-flops


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Application-phase rotator and application in dual modulus pre scaler

Performance


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Application-signal generation for IQ signal mixer

Process variations and supply noise do not degrade the signal quality excessively

Performance


Design and application of power optimized high speed cmos frequency dividers

Conclusion

A high-speed low-power divider topology without static current sources has been proposed for a 90-nm low-power CMOS technology. A maximum input frequency of 12.4 GHz is achieved with a maximum power consumption of 1.02 uW/GHz. The fully symmetric circuit allows for the generation of output signals with a highly precise phase skew of 90 deg.


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