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Wave variable analysis of passive switched-capacitor circuits

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Conventional methods of analysis of switched-capacitor (SC) circuits treat switches as time varying topological constraints. This paper proposes a wave characterization of SC elements which permits treatment of switches as circuit elements, rather than as constraints. A vector formulation then allows an analytical treatment of passive SC circuits as time-invariant linear networks. The motivation for the work is primarily theoretical: it is of interest to see that switches can be treated as circuit elements in their own right.

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IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 9 )