Rapid Implementation of Digital Buck Converter with Matlab/Simulink Model-Based Design

  • 趙 文彥

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis


In this thesis Adopt model based design to implement a digitally controlled buck converter In the system verification the current mainstream FPGAs are used for system verification and using TSMC 0 18-μm 1P6M CMOS process to integrate it and makes it into a chip In addition to the external inductance and capacitance the rest of the circuits are integrated in the chip Under the premise of not writing any HDL code use the hardware model and tools (Fixed Point Designer、HDL Coder) provided by Matlab/Simulink to design the digital controller and automatically generate HDL code (Verilog) In the system modeling stage in order to find the most suitable hardware model for rapid implementation a variety of methods will be proposed for the encoder and PID compensator Finally according to the implementation method and the FPGA resource usage Decide which modeling method is most suitable for rapid implementation In the system simulation stage HDL Co-Simulation and FPGA-in-the-Loop are used for simulation verification After confirming that the system simulation is correct and meets the specifications system measurement and chip synthesis will be implemented through FPGA rapid prototyping and Synopsys-Design Compiler Model based design can effectively avoid coding errors caused by manual coding Moreover according to TeraSoft survey results after using this design method not only find more bugs from model simulation but also enable the team to implement rapid prototyping of FPGAs is faster than the traditional manual workflow
Date of Award2020
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorChien-Hung Tsai (Supervisor)

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