High-Voltage Analog and Digital Output Interfaces
The second part of this book describes the design of high-voltage integrated circuits. One of the most common solutions for high-voltage applications using the SVX devices, involves complex low-voltage signal processing communicating with an external high-voltage environment. This communication is usually performed by high-voltage digital or analog output interfaces. These are discussed in this chapter, where circuit design techniques overcoming the voltage limitations of the devices are presented as well.
KeywordsParasitic Capacitance Level Shifter Output Stage pMOS Transistor Voltage Swing
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