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Design and modeling of a successive approximation ADC for the electrostatic harvester of vibration energy

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5 Author(s)
Khalil, R. ; LIP6 Lab., Paris-VI Univ., Paris, France ; Dudka, A. ; Galayko, D. ; Iskander, R.
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This paper presents a functional design and modeling of a successive approximation analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and its application in the conditioning circuit of the vibration energy harvester. The paper published on BMAS'09 highlighted the necessity of a smart digital control to calibrate the system, which requires in turn an ultra low power supplied ADC. The harvester and the ADC are designed using a CMOS 0.35μm High Voltage technology and modeled in a mixed VHDL-AMS/ELDO environment. The supply voltage of the ADC is 2.5V. The whole system was simulated using a mixed signal AdvanceMS simulator.

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Behavioral Modeling and Simulation Conference (BMAS), 2010 IEEE International

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23-24 Sept. 2010